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  • In Pictures Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees

    Stooges frontman Singer Iggy Pop (l.) performs with Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day (r.) after being honored with his band during the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, Monday. Although The Stooges achieved only limited mainstream commercial success, they are widely regarded as being among the earliest innovators of punk rock.

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  • In Pictures Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees

    Stooges frontman Singer Iggy Pop (l.) performs with Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day (r.) after being honored with his band during the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, Monday. Although The Stooges achieved only limited mainstream commercial success, they are widely regarded as being among the earliest innovators of punk rock.

  • ABBA, Genesis, Iggy Pop enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    ABBA, Genesis, Iggy Pop enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed Genesis, ABBA, Iggy Pop, and The Hollies at Monday night's induction ceremony.

  • Genesis inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    Genesis inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomes Genesis.

  • In Pictures Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2010

    The four-member Swedish hit machine ABBA quit in 1982 soon after the band's two couples split. They left behind a string of catchy pop songs like "Dancing Queen," ''Waterloo" and "Knowing Me Knowing You." ABBA was never as big in the United States as in Europe. But 6 million of the 26 million copies of ABBA's greatest hits collection were sold in the U.S., and the stage and film productions of "Mamma Mia" kept their songs alive for a new generation and those who might have missed them in the first place.