Bruce Dickinson No Longer Interested in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction
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At a recent Q&A session in Melbourne, Australia, the Iron Maiden frontman brands the museum recognizing influential artists in Rock and Roll 'an utter and complete load of b**locks.'

AceShowbiz - Iron Maiden star Bruce Dickinson may have set back his band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by insisting he's no longer interested in becoming part of the museum.

Iron Maiden have been eligible for induction since 2004 but they have never been invited to the party - and it appears the band's frontman has grown tired of waiting.

"I actually think the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is an utter and complete load of b**locks, to be honest with you," he told fans at a recent question and answer session in Melbourne, Australia.

"It's run by a bunch of sanctimonious bloody Americans who wouldn't know rock 'n' roll if it hit them in the face. They need to stop taking Prozac and start drinking f**king beer."

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