Mega-Tallica;4942807 said:Cool, now y'all that whined about Rush getting snubbed from the HoF can shut up now.
Witticus;4942728 said:Randy Newman... He does not have a friend in me.
darkwinterbeast8;4943033 said:He doesn't have may friends since all he does is sing about what he sees.
horsepastriesa;4943344 said:Guys, Randy Newman isn't all that bad (though how he ended up getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame baffles me). The theme song for Monk is pretty good.
CanuckGamer;4942848 said:Yes, we'll shut up. But now we have to answer to the KISS Army.
Logan812;4943456 said:Funny thing about "You've Got A Friend In Me" to me is that it's so cheery, yet his albums are depressing.
seriousbusson;4943575 said:KISS, Purple or Maiden may very well make it in next.
darkwinterbeast8;4943662 said:No Judas Priest, Scorpions, or Rainbow in that prediction?
seriousbusson;4943874 said:Bigger names in present day, but yeah, Priest and Scorps are likely to make it in at some point themselves. I highly doubt Rainbow will before Purple though. In a perfect world, both acts would have been in by now.
Backbeat60-62;4947177 said:Public Enemy gets in before all these bands mentioned. Public Enemy did more for rock and roll than all these other bands that have been mentioned? Is there a logical explanation for it?
HMXLachesis;4946382 said:I confess... while I'm glad Rush is in the Hall of Fame, I'm not overly excited. It's just really hard for me to take the "Rock and Roll" Hall of Fame seriously when so many inducted artists aren't rock.
Gowienczyk;4947431 said:Not to defend the trite HOF, but to say the soul or pop musicians on it didn't contribute to rock music in one way or the other is absurd. The hip-hop inductees are far and few between and I'd say the few that are in there have earned it. Other genres have effected rock music as has rock to other genres.