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By Kenneth Bachor
December 17, 2015

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its inductees Thursday, adding Steve Miller, Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple, and N.W.A. But it has been accused of snubbing some artists for years, which is often the subject of heated debate and controversy. Check out some of most notable Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snubs.


Devo

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Number of Years Eligible: 12


Bon Jovi

Paul Natkin—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 6


The Monkees

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 24


Kate Bush

Angelo Deligio—Mondadori Portfolio/Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 12


Kraftwerk

Koh Hasebe—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 20

 


The Cars

Chris Walter—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 12


Motörhead

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Number of Years Eligible: 13


Willie Nelson

CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 28


Yes

Michael Putland—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 21


The Doobie Brothers

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 19


Whitney Houston

20th Century Fox/Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 5

 

 


Judas Priest

Paul Natkin—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 16


Slayer

Slayer
Chris Walter—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 7


The Smiths

Brian Rasic—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 6


Dick Dale

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 28


Journey

Journey
Chris Walter—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 15


Pixies

Clayton Call—Getty Images

Number of Years Eligible: 2

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