6. The Moody Blues
Short of an incredible cameo on The Simpsons in 1999, the Moody Blues haven't really had a moment in the sun since their 1988 hit, "I Know You're Out There Somewhere." Since then, they've worked the oldies circuit nonstop, losing a couple of original members along the way. They had a stellar run from 1964's "Go Now" through 1986's "Your Wildest Dreams," but they've never been a favorite of the rock critic establishment. That probably explains why they haven't been on a single Hall of Fame ballot despite regular protests by their huge fan community. But considering the fact that Chicago just got in, it feels like the Moody Blues won't be far behind.