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Blue October

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Seemingly hitting their stride lately, Blue October has delivered on a formula of angst, Alt Rock and Experimentation. As part of an underappreciated Texas Rock scene, Blue October has reached a certain level of mainstream success without really having to shed what made them special to begin with. Their Hall of Fame chances seem slim at this point but they appear to have a lot more steam left in them to alter that perception.

 

The Bullet Points:
Eligible Since:
2023

Country of Origin:
U.S.A. (Houston, Texas)

NIHOF’s Favorite Album:
Consent to Treatment (2000)

NIHOF’s Favorite Song:
She’s My Ride Home (From Foiled, 2006)

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0 #1 Keiv 2012-08-30 12:04
They definitely have the talent, and are a standout of their generation.
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