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Tuesday’s a big day for halls of fame, apparently: Earlier, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their latest inductees—a group that included Ringo Starr and Lou Reed—and just a bit later, the Grammys released the details of their own batch of new inductees.

While the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honors musicians, the Grammy Hall of Fame honors recordings, all 25 years or older. Bob Dylan’s 1975 album Blood on the Tracks and Kraftwerk’s 1974 record Autobahn are among this year’s inductees, which also include still-popular tracks like ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” and Lou Reed’s “Walk on the Wild Side.”

Here’s the full list:

Autobahn (1974), Kraftwerk

“Big Girls Don’t Cry” (1962), The Four Seasons

Blood on the Tracks (1975), Bob Dylan

The Bridge (1962), Sonny Rollins

Calypso (1956), Harry Belafonte

“Dancing Queen” (1976), ABBA

Harvest (1972), Neil Young

“Honky Tonkin” (1947), Hank Williams and His Drifting Cowboys

“I Fought the Law” (1965), Bobby Fuller Four

“Jitterbug Waltz” (1942), “Fats” Waller, His Rhythm and His Orchestra

John Prine (1971), John Prine

“Le Freak” (1978), Chic

Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols (1977), Sex Pistols

Nick of Time (1989), Bonnie Raitt

“Rescue Me” (1965), Fontella Bass

“San Antonio Rose” (1939), Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

“School’s Out” (1972), Alice Cooper

The Shape of Jazz to Come (1959), Ornette Coleman

“Sixty Minute Man” (1951), The Dominoes

Songs of Leonard Cohen (1967), Leonard Cohen

Stand! (1969), Sly and the Family Stone

Stardust (1978), Willie Nelson

“Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” (1909), Fisk Jubilee Singers

“Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” (1926), Paul Robeson

“Tell It Like It Is” (1966), Aaron Neville

“Try a Little Tenderness” (1966), Otis Redding

“Walk on the Wild Side” (1972), Lou Reed