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Monday, February 9, 2009
Music from the 51st Grammy Awards
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Rock & Pop
Song of the Year
Viva La Vida
Brian Eno produced this groundbreaking album from Chris Martin & compatriots.
Lost!, Lovers In Japan, Cemeteries Of London,
Best R&B Song
Year Of The Gentleman
Classy style shift from Grammy®-winning artist. Top-Ten hit
Miss Independent, Mad, Single, Back To What You Know, Lie To Me,
Best Pop Vocal Album
Welsh singer/songwriter topped UK charts and earned Dusty Springfield comparisons w/this soulful debut.
Mercy, Warwick Avenue, Serious, Rockferry, Stepping Stone,
2 nominations including Best New Artist
Country trio’s distinctive male/female vocal blend is hard to resist.
Love Don’t Live Here, Lookin’ For A Good Time, Slow Down Sister, Long Gone,
Nominated for Record Of The Year
Trailblazing sonics & socially aware rhymes from Sri Lankan artist.
Boyz, Bird Flu, Come Around
20 Dollar, Mango Pickle Down River, Paper Planes,
Nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
One Of The Boys
Swaggering pop/rock diva’s debut includes sensational No. 1 single
I Kissed A Girl,
Ur So Gay, Thinking Of You, Waking Up In Vegas, Fingerprints,
Album of the Year
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
Raising Sand (Premium Title - See Details)
Best Rap Album
Tha Carter III (New Version) (Premium Title - See Details)
Best R&B Album
Jennifer Hudson (Premium Title - See Details)
The Year's Biggest Songs!
Grammy Nominees 2009 (Premium Titles - See Details)
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