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|Posted: Thu Oct 11th, 2018 08:16 pm||
WongLee wrote:srossi wrote:My God, Wong is ready to put 98 Degrees into the HOF, and maybe Nick Lachey as a solo act too.Ok I'll play. Which parts of my post did you not agree with?
I just think you're putting in almost everyone. Just because someone was good or popular for a period of time doesn't mean they are HOF worthy. Chaka Khan shouldn't sniff the HOF IMO. Janet Jackson was never in the same stratosphere as Michael Jackson and is best remember for a nip slip. I remember LL Cool J being somewhat popular in some circles, but "massive star"? And again, I love Stevie Nicks and her solo stuff is good, but does that constitute her going into the HOF twice? Is it a massive injustice if Stevie Nicks is simply a HOFer once with the band she's most famous for being in and does not suddenly become the equivalent of John Lennon?Rufus should definitely get real consideration. Four #1 albums in a row, Five #1 singles. Sold out tours. They co-headlined Shea Stadium as I mentioned with K.C. and the Sunshine Band in 1975. They had a nationwide broadcast on ABC Network of a massive Central Park concert they did the same year. These guys were the real deal.
Janet Jackson had one of the biggest selling albums of all time with Rhythm Nation 1814. She had #1 hit after #1 hit year after year. She was a total road dog and took out some huge tours that did sellout business here and abroad.
LL Cool J was at the forefront of raps golden age. The guy sold boatloads of records. He had a huge tour and probably the biggest rap tour of all time when he opened for Run DMC and the Beastie Boys.
Stevie Nicks is a better person than John Lennon because she never beat her wife or ignored her children, if she had any, which she didn't, but if she did she wouldn't have ignored them.
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