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Old 09-14-2015, 11:12 PM   #16
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What exactly do you mean by a "legacy," exactly? You wish they were still popular, still making music, still considered good, still influential? Need more info before I can answer this.
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Old 09-14-2015, 11:26 PM   #18
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1- Live
2- Oasis
3- Queensryche
4- Hagar-era Van Halen
5- Stone Temple Pilots
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How about five best acts not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

1. Kraftwerk

2. Brian Eno (as performer and/or producer (Non-Performer) and/or collaborator (Musical Excellence)

3/4. Joy Division/New Order

5. The Cure

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That's a decent list, but Joy Division and New Order should be separated. A lot of the squabbling and infighting and terrible music since "Regret" has ruined New Order.
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How about five best acts not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

1. Kraftwerk

2. Brian Eno (as performer and/or producer (Non-Performer) and/or collaborator (Musical Excellence)

3/4. Joy Division/New Order

5. The Cure

HM - Roxy Music
Maybe you should start a new thread about this.


-I know about Kraftwerk, but I'm not too familiar with their work. All of the artists you mentioned should be in the HOF, though. Way back when, I was a big Cure fan.
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The Cure not being in is absolutely absurd.


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That IS absurd. The Smiths aren't either...
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