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Peter Gabriel thanks with a speech for the music award of the Frankfurt music fair he was given in Frankfurt, central Germany, Tuesday, March 28, 2006. (AP photo/Michael Probst) Peter Gabriel thanks with a speech for the music award of the Frankfurt music fair he was given in Frankfurt, central Germany, Tuesday, March 28, 2006. (AP photo/Michael Probst)
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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the nominees for 2014. Among first-time nominees are Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt, and others.

More than 600 voters will cast ballots to determine the inductees. The results will be announced in December.

The nominees are:

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

Chic

Deep Purple

Peter Gabriel

Hall and Oates

Kiss

LL Cool J

The Meters

Nirvana

N.W.A.

The Replacements

Linda Ronstadt

Cat Stevens

Link Wray

Yes

The Zombies

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