Was nas and amy winehouse dating
Posted by The_Claw on Thursday, @ pm "Also Killing Joke's bassist Martin "Youth" Glover deserves some recognition for his production work with a Non-Performer Award." -Nicky Joe Most definitely.
Posted by Darin RG on Thursday, @ pm I've been a little cautious on Brian Eno for the same reason that Steve Z expressed, but ultimately I think that relegating him to NP was the most boneheaded decision ever made in this project.
The voting rules will continue from Rock Hall Revisited. For next year I'll go with for my Performers 1 - Jeff Buckley 2 - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts 3 - Tori Amos 4 - The Small Faces 5 - Gorillaz 6 - The Strokes 7 - Gang of Four Non-Performers 1 - Bob Ezrin 2 - Roy Thomas Baker Influences 1 - Buddy Rich 2 - Gene Krupa Sidemen 1 - Steve Morse 2 - The Del-Tones Posted by Nicky Joe on Thursday, @ am Interesting! I can be swayed on an act that isn't listed here, and in fact I hope I am.
A spin-off project is ranking all of the performer inductees of both the Revisited and Projected classes. A lot can happen between now and October, but if the vote were happening today, I'd probably go with: 1. I love coming across an act on here that I'm unfamiliar with and learning more of their work, and I'm always open to discussion. Punk - The Damned, Minor Threat, the Misfits, Billy Idol, Discharge, Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney, Blink-182 (Potentially) - Richard Hell & the Voidoids, Fear, the Dead Boys Alternative/Post-Punk - Wire, the Fall, Gang of Four, Dinosaur Jr., Tears for Fears, the Go-Go's, Echo & the Bunnymen (Potentially) - Cabaret Voltaire, Throbbing Gristle Classic Rock - The Sonics, Mott the Hoople, Slade, Blue Oyster Cult, Foreigner, Boston, Styx, Joe Cocker, Sweet, the Association, Grand Funk Railroad, Huey Lewis & the News, the J.
This is a continuation of the Rock Hall Revisited project, which looked back at the past 25 Rock Hall inductions. I'd probably go with Foreigner over Boston if we really need another Classic Rock pick (I'm not entirely sure we do). Too many amazing albums to not join the Neil Young Club (3 inductions - NP, Roxy Music, Solo).
Rock Hall Projected picks up with the 2019 induction class and will vote on at least 15 future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction classes. Boston to me is too much of a one album wonder, even if there was many studio innovations on that album. It's time we induct Queens of the Stone Age, I imagine it will be easier if there new album that should come out this year is as good as ... We are still pretty behind on Hip-Hop and I'm between Snoop Dogg and Nas for my vote this year. Posted by Gassman on Thursday, @ am I don't know how my ballot will look come September, but I can list all of the acts that I think are worthy of being inducted into our project.
In the end, Eno has had a longer and more broadly influential career AS A PERFORMER than most of the acts he was brushed aside for. I'll have no problem voting for Brian Eno, Tangerine Dream and Aphex Twin next year (hell, maybe even Throbbing Gristle, too).
Alex Voltaire: My ballot will probably be very close to yours.
Queens of the Stone Age (for Darren, if nothing else) Posted by Alex Voltaire on Thursday, @ am Hopefully we don't forget about George Michael's unfortunate early passing by the time September/October rolls around.
King, the Dells, Kool & the Gang, the Commodores, the 5th Dimension, Chubby Checker, KC & the Sunshine Band, Lionel Richie (only after Commodores get in) (Potentially) - Jerry Butler, Dionne Warwick, Brook Benton, the Shangri-Las, the Chiffons, the Chantals, the Crystals Electronic/Krautrock - Aphex Twin, Moby, Fatboy Slim, the Orb, Underworld, 808 State, Orbital, the Prodigy, Popol Vuh, Pet Shop Boys, Crystal Method, Basement Jaxx, Animal Collective (Potentially) - I was a HUGE pusher for Brian Eno as a performer during the Revisited project, but when he got in as NP instead, I let it fall by the wayside.
I'm worried that since he, as an individual, is already in, he won't garner enough support and we'll miss an opportunity getting an electronic act in that cycle.) Early Rock/Rockabilly - Neil Sedaka, Sonny & Cher, Lesley Gore, the Del-Vikings, Bobby Rydell, Petula Clark, Paul Anka, Jack Scott, Bobby Vee, Jay & the Americans, Tom Jones, Bobby Vinton, the Big Bopper, Johnny Rivers Soft Rock/Singer-Songwriter - Bread, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Dan Fogelberg, Elliott Smith, Ray Stevens, Don Mc Lean, Carly Simon, Phil Collins, Cyndi Lauper, Regina Spektor, Sufjan Stevens Modern Rock - Uncle Tupelo, Bush, No Doubt, Neutral Milk Hotel, Suede, Pulp, Goo Goo Dolls, the Cranberries, Alanis Morissette, the Killers, Lenny Kravitz, Gorillaz, the Black Keys (Potentially) - Modest Mouse, the Strokes, Franz Ferdinand, Phish This is the trickiest genre for me, since there are a LOT of modern rock bands that I'm open to, but I think they need to have more of a legacy, such as Mumford and Sons, among others.