Is this the Year of the Return of the New Wave? Or will Keane win?
September 6, 2004 9:15 AM Subscribe
was the 13th Anniversary of Freddie Mercury's death, whilst [almost] coincidentally, tomorrow marks the occasion of the 13th Mercury Music Prize
, which he had nothing to do with
In that time, we've seen classical-punk piano recitals
nominated, agit-prop rockers repeatedly snubbed
and Radiohead routinely listed but falling short [though not this year.]. It's always a varied list, but are you
really interested in the obscure, the fusion, the orchestral and the jazz?
Listen to 'em all here
, and fill up the gaps here
. A complete list of past nominees and winners can be found here
, and the bookies seem to rate both The Streets
and Franz Ferdinand
worthy of the accolade, according to odds published here
Will ascullion again pick the winner? Listen on the web to find out tomorrow, midnight GMT, or watch on digital TV in the UK .
Previous years' threads here.
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