Thursday, February 17, 2005

NME Awards 2005


The NME Music Awards happened yesterday and the big winners were Franz Ferdinand (best album, song) and The Libertines (best band.)

Special awards to New Order/Joy Division for Godlike Genius, John Peel for Life Long Service to Music, Oasis for best DVD (chronicling first album Definitely Maybe)

Here's a playlist of the winners.

1 comment:

drake leLane said...

NME Music Awards
"Freakin' Out" - Graham Coxon (Best Solo Artist)
"Stockholm Syndrome" - Muse (UK) (Best Live Band)
"Take Me Out" - Franz Ferdinand (Best Song, Best Album)
"I Predict A Riot" - Kaiser Chiefs (Phillip Hall Radar Award)
"Smile Like You Mean It" - The Killers (Best International Band)
"Golden Touch" - Razorlight (Best New Artist)
"American Idiot" - Green Day (Best Video)
"Can't Stand Me Now" - The Libertines (Best British Band)
"Supersonic" - Oasis (Best Music DVD)
"Bizarre Love Triangle" - New Order (God Like Genius Award)
"Love Will Tear Us Apart" - Joy Division (God Like Genius Award)
"Nothing To Do With Me - (John Peel 9/19/01)" - Stereolab (Special Award to John Peel for Lifelong Service to Music)