Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame; Follow-Up

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Submitted: August 07, 2018

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Submitted: August 07, 2018



This will be a follow-up to my first article about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In my first article, I covered several topics, and will cover several others I was unable to get to in the first article. The first topic will be some more bands and musicians who I believe belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. First, however I must state that in general, I strongly believe most halls of fame, whether for music or any sport, are flawed. Their induction processes are often flawed. In the case ofthe Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the process is extremely flawed when musicians like Tupac, while talented in their own right, take spots in the hall away from other legendary and very well deserving bands and musicians. 

Godsmack: An iconic rock band with a strong background and music lineup, who continue their career with fresh new music, including greats such as "Bulletproof" and "When Legends Rise." Godsmack's strong rock career warrants them a spot in the hall. 

Weezer: A fantastic alternative rock band with a long list of hits, including "Buddy Holly", "Hash Pipe", "Beverly Hills" and "Island in the Sun." Weezer continues today bringing out fantastic music such as their cover of Toto's "Africa." Weezer also remains active, helping bring to life music festivals such as Kerfuffle. 

Bush: An interesting and truly great alternative rock band who are extremely underrated. Gavin Rossdale's music career is highly underrated, and overshadowed by his marriage to former No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani. Bush's fantastic style of industrialized rock and hits such as "Machinehead" and "The Chemicals Between Us" have earned Bush a spot in the hall. 

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