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Underground Democrat wrote:Hey,if there might be hacking in the presidential race, who's to say there can't be hacking in the HoF public vote?
At least the voting committee votes are on paper ballots.
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TrekkiELO wrote:Charles Crossley Jr wrote:Maybe I should lump ELO into the "groups with the grumpies" thread?Maybe you should, after my recent Chris Groucutt Facebook chats have clued me into specifics about former Electric Light Orchestra member's very real band contributions to the Jeff Lynne songwriting/recording process from Kelly Groucutt, Mik Kaminski, Hugh McDowell, Melvyn Gale and Louis Clark that Jeff along with Sandy still denies them since he got money out of Don Arden, but never shared it like Don, known as "the meal", so there was justification for an ELO Part II, that's all I'll elaborate on right now!
Charles Crossley Jr wrote:Maybe I should lump ELO into the "groups with the grumpies" thread?
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11. Electric Light Orchestra - "Out of the Blue"
"Out of the Blue" is Jeff Lynne's definitive statement and the double-album he was born to make. Anchored by "Mr. Blue Sky," the album brilliantly merges his classical and rock styles to create what feels like endless bliss.
16. Electric Light Orchestra - "A New World Record"
ELO had released some excellent work before "A New World Record," but the album proved to be the band's breakthrough, earning ELO its first platinum album in the U.S.
20. Electric Light Orchestra - "Eldorado"
"Eldorado" is essentially Jeff Lynne's prog-rock record. And, in that sense, its one of the best progressive rock records of all time. It was also the most ambitious thing Lynne had done up until that point, which is saying something.
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TaupinCetera wrote:Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) has changed to ELO on the Rock Hall websitehttps://www.rockhall.com/inductees/elo
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The plot of ELO‘s 1974 full-length follows a Walter Mitty-like character who journeys into fantasy worlds via dreams, to escape the disillusionment of his mundane reality. Jeff Lynne began to write the album in response to criticisms from his father, a classical music lover, who said that Electric Light Orchestra‘s repertoire “had no tune”.
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