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[Junos] Coldplay Tied For Best International Album


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Neil Young and Nickelback were among the early Juno winners, each snagging two trophies yesterday at a private industry dinner.


Alberta rockers Nickelback, who spent the afternoon signing autographs for thousands of frenzied fans at an event at Pier 21, were named group of the year.


As expected, superstars Coldplay and Black Eyed Peas - who are scheduled to play during tonight's broadcast (7 p.m., CTV, Cable 2) - won awards. They tied for best international album.


Winners from the first of two Juno Awards nights in Halifax:


International album: Tied between X&Y, Coldplay and Monkey Business, Black Eyed Peas


Group: Nickelback


Instrumental album: Belladonna, Daniel Lanois


Pop album: It's Time, Michael Buble


Rock album: All the Right Reasons, Nickelback


New artist: Daniel Powter


Country recording: The Road Hammers, The Road Hammers


Adult alternative album: Prairie Wind, Neil Young


Rap recording: The Dusty Foot Philosopher, K'Naan


Vocal jazz album: Christmas Songs, Diana Krall


Contemporary jazz album: Radio Guantanamo, Jane Bunnett


Traditional jazz album: Ask Me Later, Don Thompson Quartet.


Francophone album: Pages blanches, Jim Corcoran


Children's album: Baroque Adventure: The Quest for Arundo Donax, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra


Classical album: solo or chamber ensemble: Albeniz: Iberia, Marc-Andre Hamelin


Classical album: large ensemble or soloist with large ensemble accompaniment: Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 5 et 6, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra


Classical album: vocal or choral performance: Viardot-Garcia: Lieder Chansons Canzoni Mazurkas, Isabel Bayrakdarian


Classical composition: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening), Christos Hatzis


Dance recording: Spanish Fly, Hatira & Macca featuring Shawna B


R&B/soul recording: Back for More, Shawn Desman


Reggae recording: Reggae Time, Blessed


Aboriginal recording: Hometown, Burnt Project 1


Roots and traditional album: solo: Hair in My Eyes Like A Highland Steer, Corb Lund


Roots and traditional album: group: The Duhks, The Duhks.


Blues album: Let It Loose, Kenny 'Blues Boss' Wayne


Contemporary Christian/gospel album: Amanda Falk, Amanda Falk


World music album: Humo De Tabaco, Alex Cuba Band


Producer: Neil Young, The Painter, Prairie Wind


Recording engineer: Vic Florencia, Everyday is a Holiday/Melancholy Melody, Wikked Lil Grrrls, Esthero


CD/DVD artwork design: Rob Baker, Garnet Armstrong, Susan Michalek, Will Ruocco for Hipeponymous, The Tragically Hip


Video: Devil's Eye, Micah Meisner, Rich Terfry for Buck 65


Music DVD: Hipeponymous, The Tragically Hip

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Yea, I figured something was up. Usually, if a band is going to come, I think the organizers tell them ahead of time if they've won or not. So when Coldplay was announced to be comming to the award show... I figured they'd won. But then BEP was announced... confusing.. but yea, a tie... Yea, they should have won.

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Ugh...a girl in my class has my humps as a ringtone...chav! Everytime it goes off' date=' she sings along to it....aghhhhh!!!! :angry:[/quote']

:stunned: :sick:


Kara you should make her listen and understand what real music is :smug:

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