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Sunday, October 01, 2006

Future Rock and Roll Hall of Famers? 

Shoeless Joe Jackson and Pete Rose are probably scratching their heads at the hippie crowd - the ones that got together several years ago and, between tokes, muttered things like "The STONES!" and "The DEAD!" as they decided who to honor.

Several years later, when the Sex Pistols played their act one more time, the original hippies lost their interest.

So we got this Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on autopilot, with new bands becoming eligible as each year goes by. Here are a few:

Beastie Boys

Depeche Mode

Billy Idol

New Order

Violent Femmes

From the Ontario Empoblog (Latest OVVA news here)

None of the musicians on that list come anywhere close to being in the same league with the Stones or the Dead. How disappointing!
Ok well that is kinda scary and it just makes me feel a bit old! :)
Someday Five for Fighting or whatever they're called (or is that the one man band?) will be in the Hall of Fame.

Seriously, I've been involved in several presentations at a business function this week, and one of them refers to certain industry practices in the twentieth century.
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