2025 Rock Eligibles https://www.notinhalloffame.com Sun, 08 Dec 2019 19:32:05 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb 3 Doors Down https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2236-3-doors-down https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2236-3-doors-down 3 Doors Down
The first ten years of this millennium has been kind to 3 Doors Down in many ways.   They have been a constant on the Billboard charts and have been one of the few Post Grunge bands who haven’t sounded watered down. At their core, they are decent Rock band who appealed to Pop, Alternative and Metal and did so without a perceived sell out factor.   They are very much on the outside looking in at this point, but there is still time for that to change. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Escatawpa, Mississippi) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: The Better Life (2000) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: It’s Not My Time (From 3 Doors Down, 2008){acepolls 2236}
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A Perfect Circle https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2237-a-perfect-circle https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2237-a-perfect-circle A Perfect Circle
In all reality, unless Tool gets in, there should be little reason to think that what is essentially a side project of the band (A Perfect Circle) has any discernable Hall of Fame chance. Alternative metal in some form should get into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but the current plight of regular Metal acts makes it seem so much more difficult. Now, how do we direct this back to Tool?
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Andrew W.K. https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2238-andrew-wk https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2238-andrew-wk Andrew W.K.
His biggest hit was called “Party Hard” and damned if that wasn’t he was all about. Andrew W.K. was a throwback to the partying Metal of the 80’s with a touch of Jackass representing the new millennium. He isn’t exactly known for much else, and unless that changes, he won’t be known as a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer either.
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Antony and the Johnsons https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2239-antony-and-the-johnsons https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2239-antony-and-the-johnsons Antony and the Johnsons
Antony and the Johnsons are well acclaimed band that is really Antony Hegarty (and whomever he may be collaborating with at the time). Part Baroque, part Chamber and very much drag influenced, they certainly have a uniqueness factor and have actually done well in the United Kingdom (where Hegarty was born). However, you know the deal….unless you conquer the States, the Hall won’t look for you, and the odds are not strong that they can do that anytime soon.
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Biffy Clyro https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2240-biffy-clyro https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2240-biffy-clyro Biffy Clyro
For a band that seemed to draw so much of their sound from elements of American Rock and Roll, it is curious how the Scottish band, Biffy Clyro failed to make even a tiny dent in the United States. Regardless, they did make it in the U.K., and should have a solid future in their homeland. Of course, we know what that means for a shot in Cleveland. 
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Dashboard Confessional https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2241-dashboard-confessional https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2241-dashboard-confessional One of the better Emo bands, the introspective Dashboard Confessional is led by Christopher Carrabba, who is able to use his angst to connect with his audience significantly better than most of his peers. We are not sure if any band who has been tagged with that Emo label will get into the Hall of Fame, but if one does, they could do worse than Dashboard Confessional.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Boca Raton, Florida) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar (2003) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Don’t Wait (From Dusk and Summer, 2006){acepolls 2241}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:03:11 +0000 Disturbed https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2242-disturbed https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2242-disturbed A very popular band as evidenced by the fact that four of their albums debuted at number one, Disturbed became one of the most popular Hard Rock/Heavy Metal bands in their time. Ironically many Metal fans have dismissed the band as not “hard” enough, but as they found a very large amount of fans, clearly they have a formula that works for them.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Chicago, Illinois) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Believe (2002) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Another Way to Die (From Asylum, 2010){acepolls 2242}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:04:31 +0000 Goldfrapp https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2243-goldfrapp https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2243-goldfrapp Almost a study in Electronic progression, Goldfrapp has created some of the most beautiful and sensual Electronica of the young millennium. However, what does this really mean for the Hall of Fame as Electronica has been largely ignored by Cleveland and is there any real reason to think that will change in the next decade?   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: United Kingdom (Middlesex, England) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Black Cherry (2003)       NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Strict Machine (From Black Cherry, 2003){acepolls 2243}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:05:22 +0000 Good Charlotte https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2244-good-charlotte https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2244-good-charlotte Led by the Madden Brothers, Good Charlotte emerged as a Pop/Punk band capable of mass appeal in the 00’s. Their popularity is waning as of this writing but their limited chances for the Hall of Fame likely lie on whether they are perceived more as Punk than Pop, as the former is certainly the more respected genre in regards to the Rock and Roll critics.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Waldorf, Maryland) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: The Chronicles of Life and Death (2005)     NIHOF’s Favorite Song: I Just Wanna Live (From The Chronicles of Life and Death, 2005){acpeolls 2244}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:06:30 +0000 Gossip https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2245-gossip https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2245-gossip A band championed by Perez Hilton, the Gossip is a lot more than a band designed to appeal to the LGBT demographic.  Led by the charismatic Beth Ditto, the Gossip was part Riot Girl, part Punk, and completely Indie Rock. Does this equal a Hall of Fame induction? Probably not, but we doubt that this fiery band could care less.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Searcy, Arkansas) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Standing in the Way of Control (2006)       NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Standing in the Way of Control (From Standing in the Way of Control, 2006){acepolls 2245}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:08:10 +0000 Interpol https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2246-interpol https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2246-interpol Does being a superstar on the Indie Rock circuit for a few years make a Hall of Fame band? Probably not, but for Interpol, they were very successful in their niche which realistically speaking is something that most bands can never claim. Still, if a Post Punk Revival band ever enters the Hall, they could do far worse than Interpol.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (New York City, New York) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Turn on the Bright Lights (2002) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Obstacle 1 (From Turn on the Bright Lights, 2002){acepolls 2246}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:08:43 +0000 Keane https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2247-keane https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2247-keane Keane has been called that Alternative Rock band with “no guitars”, and they are also known as a very competent outfit that has been very successful without selling out. Although their sound is piano driven, they have a diverse sound and are equally capable of “rocking out” as well as dancing on the mellow side of the Rock rainbow. As they have had albums that have sold in the States (though far from the level of success they had in England) they may be an outside shot for a glance from the Hall. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: United Kingdom (East Battle, England) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Hopes and Fears (2004) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Bend and Break (From Hopes and Fears, 2004){acepolls 2247}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Mon, 17 Sep 2012 01:09:42 +0000 Lamb of God https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2248-lamb-of-god https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2248-lamb-of-god You would think with a name “Lamb of God” that it would be a Christian outfit you were thinking of, but this Metal group was very much against that possibility. Lamb of God may have been the very antithesis of their name, and though the irony was quite obvious, does it equate to a Hall of Fame induction? Probably not. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Richmond, Virginia) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Ashes of the Wake (2004) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Now You’ve Got Something to Die For (From Ashes of the Wake, 2004){acepolls 2248}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:12:06 +0000 Linkin Park https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2249-linkin-park https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2249-linkin-park They may have merged Rap and Alternative Rock, yet Linkin Park may have had a lot more Pop sensibilities that even they themselves were aware of. They struck gold in 2000 and though they have yet to repeat the success of their debut, they are a better band overall than they get credit for. This may not make them HOF worthy, but overall a band worthy of a look.]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 19:13:18 +0000 Ludacris https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2250-ludacris https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2250-ludacris Although born in Illinois, Ludacris became a superstar in the Dirty South Rap Movement. With a plethora of hits and a sleazy (though playful) sound, Ludacris crossed over to the Pop world and the planet took notice. Depending on how the man born as Chris Bridges fairs into the 10’s, his Hall of Fame chances will either move on to the right side of the bubble or disappear completely. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Champaign, Illinois) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Chicken-n-Beer (2003) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Move Bitch (From Word of Mouf, 2001){acepolls 2250}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:14:51 +0000 Mudvayne https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2251-mudvayne https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2251-mudvayne Although Mudvayne has dispensed with the makeup and gimmickry that first brought them attention, the band has a lot working against them for Hall of Fame contention. First off, Metal bands struggle to make the Hall, and second, Mudvayne has been in the shadow of other Metal bands. Throw in the fact that this band is far from the most respected band amongst the critics shows that Mudvayne as a long road ahead of them if they wish for immortality in Cleveland.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Peoria, Illinois) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: The New Game (2008)    NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Not Falling (From The End of All Things to Come, 2002){acepolls 2251}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:15:29 +0000 Nelly https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2252-nelly https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2252-nelly Although his career seems to have subsided in recent years, Nelly has the perfect mixture of Pop and Rap in the first half of the 00’s and was a major star. With a slew of hits and a high profile, he did not exactly keep it up, but there is still time for the young Rapper to re-emerge with International success again. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Austin, Texas) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Country Grammar (2000) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Hot in Herre (From Nellyville, 2002){acepolls 2252}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:16:58 +0000 Pink https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2253-pink https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2253-pink With a huge body of work of Pop songs that scream of female empowerment, Pink may have actually been at her best when she was not as manufactured and embraced her R&B beginnings or forayed into Rock styles. With a lot more work left in her, she is on the outside track for a Hall slot but a lot will depend on what directions her progression takes her too. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: I’m Not Dead (2006) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: There You Go (From Can’t Take Me Home, 2000){acepolls 2253}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:17:43 +0000 Plain White T's https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2254-plain-white-ts https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2254-plain-white-ts Although they are a Pop/Punk band, it was an acoustic song that placed them on the top of the world with their smash hit, “Hey There Delilah”. The band did have other minor hits, but for the most part, they are known for that one single. It is hard to imagine a band known primarily for only one song; especially one that isn’t exactly indicative of their overall body of work. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Chicago, Illinois) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Every Second Counts (2006) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Hey There Delilah (From Every Second Counts, 2006){acepolls 2254}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:18:38 +0000 Rascal Flatts https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2255-rascal-flatts https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2255-rascal-flatts Rascal Flatts is another act that should be well on the way to the Country Music Hall of Fame, but will struggle completely to even sniff a shred of support for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Even if a pure Country act gets in from the last twenty years, Rascal Flatts likely won’t be it as they aren’t the deepest of the New Country genre.]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 19:19:44 +0000 Relient K https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2256-relient-k https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2256-relient-k Not exactly beloved by the critics (though what Christian Rock band is?), Relient K was able to secure a large fan base in the Christian demographic. What does this mean for a Hall of Fame birth? Our guess is virtually nothing, as there is no evidence that this is the type of band that can get enshrined, and if it is to be proven wrong, this is not likely the group to do it.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Canton, Ohio) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Mmhmm (2005)    NIHOF’s Favorite Song: High of ‘75 (From Mmhmm, 2005){acepolls 2256}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:23:26 +0000 Ryan Adams https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2257-ryan-adams https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2257-ryan-adams Calling Ryan Adams just a Singer/Songwriter is such a misnomer. He has the look and attitude of a Rock Star yet is a major force in Alternative Country. Regardless of what style you want to place Ryan Adams, he is a musical genius regardless. Of course, there are many talented acts who have yet to get into the Hall, but Adams has an intangible that can’t be ignored and if his second decade is half as good as his first, he could get in.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Jacksonville, North Carolina) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Love is Hell (2004) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Bartering Lines (From Heartbreaker, 2000){acepolls 2257}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:24:37 +0000 Sean Paul https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2258-sean-paul https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2258-sean-paul A major star from the Jamaican Dancehalls, Sean Paul became an International superstar with fun and accessible music. With a series of top ten hits in the 00’s, Paul definitely made a mark on the musical map, but as much as we love the music of Jamaica, the Dancehall style is not likely to gather an inductee to the Hall.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: Kingston, Jamaica NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Dutty Rock (2003)          NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Deport Them (From Stage One, 2000){acepolls 2258}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:25:37 +0000 Seether https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2259-seether https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2259-seether In our first write up on a band from South Africa, Seether has been successful in penetrating the U.S. market with a relatively safe blend of Rock and Metal. This is not meant to be an insulting comment, as many American bands have done the same thing, but as much as we would like to see a band from the emerging continent of Africa enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame one day, this isn’t likely to be it.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: Pretoria, South Africa NIHOF’s Favorite Album: One Cold Night (2006)   NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Remedy (From Karma and Effect, 2005){acepolls 2259}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:26:39 +0000 Sufjan Stevens https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2260-sufjan-stevens https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2260-sufjan-stevens Another of the incredible Singer/Songwriters of the last twenty years, Sufjan Stevens is an unquestionable talent who may very well be on a Hall of Fame path. Critics love him, fans love him, and already he is considered an inspiration to younger songwriters. A multi-talented star, Stevens is not just lyrically ambitious as his ability to play various instruments takes him to experimental places most of his peers never think of. You may not know his name, but believe us the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is likely keeping an eye on his progress.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: U.S.A. (Detroit, Michigan) NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Illinois (2005)       NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Chicago (From Illinois, 2005){acepolls 2260}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:27:37 +0000 Sum 41 https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2261-sum-41 https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2261-sum-41 Beloved or despised, Canada’s Sum 41 began the millennium on top with a Pop/Punk hybrid which delighted in their immaturity. This is not a shot at them, as the band was not trying to be anything they weren’t, and had a real feel in a musical world that is so manufactured. Still, they seem to be at the right place in the right time, and calling them a groundbreaking act is difficult at best.   The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: Ajax, Canada NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Does This Look Infected? (2002)        NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Fat Lip (From All Killer No Filter, 2001){acepolls 2261}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:29:25 +0000 The New Pornographers https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2262-the-new-pornographers https://www.notinhalloffame.com/rock-and-roll/the-rock-and-roll-futures/2025-rock-eligibles/2262-the-new-pornographers An Indie Supergroup (is that a bit of an oxymoron?) The New Pornographers may not be designed to sell a lot of records, but they have continued to fly the flag of Indie Power Pop well into the new millennium. If the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame looks at all the talent assembled in this ensemble, maybe they would have a shot. The Bullet Points:Eligible Since: 2025 Country of Origin: Vancouver, Canada NIHOF’s Favorite Album: Mass Romantic (2000) NIHOF’s Favorite Song: Mass Romantic (From Mass Romantic, 2000){acepolls 2262}]]> [email protected] (Site Admin) 2025 Rock Eligibles Sun, 23 Sep 2012 23:30:20 +0000