Arctic Monkeys

NME Awards Nominations

Here’s the nominees for the NME Awards. You can see the full list Here on NME.com

Best British Band
Arctic Monkeys
Babyshambles
The Cribs
Klaxons
Muse

Best International Band
Arcade Fire
Foo Fighters
The Killers
Kings Of Leon
My Chemical Romance

Best New Band
The Enemy
Foals
Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong
The Pigeon Detectives
The Wombats

Best Live Band
Arctic Monkeys
The Cribs
Kaiser Chiefs
Muse
My Chemical Romance

Best Solo Artist
Kate Nash
Jamie T
Jack Penate
Amy Winehouse
Patrick Wolf

Best Album
‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’ – Arctic Monkeys
‘Shotters Nation’ – Babyshambles
‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’ – The Enemy
‘Myths Of The Near Future’ – Klaxons
‘In Rainbows’ – Radiohead

Best Track
‘Fluorescent Adolescent’ – Arctic Monkeys
‘Flux’ – Bloc Party
‘Men’s Needs’ – The Cribs
‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’ – Oasis
‘Let’s Dance To Joy Division’ – The Wombats

Best Video
‘Teddy Picker’ – Arctic Monkeys
‘Flux’ – Bloc Party
‘D.A.N.C.E.’ – Justice
‘Golden Skans’ – Klaxons
‘Teenagers’ – My Chemical Romance

Best Music DVD
‘Up The Shambles’ – Babyshambles
‘The Song Remains The Same’ – Led Zeppelin
‘Unplugged In New York’ – Nirvana
‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’ – Oasis
‘I Told You I Was Trouble’ – Amy Winehouse

Kaiser Chiefs – Ruby [zshare]
My Chemical Romance – Teenagers [zshare]

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  1. Anonymous

    my chemical romance has to be the worst band ever

  2. JP

    NME seems to thinks so too, they also nominated them for Worst Band

  3. Anonymous

    My Chemical Romance is the second best band ever (seconded only Panic at the disco) so you see everyone has a different taste in music (must admit not thinking they are as good now, they’ve softened up to much. they still are awesome!)

  4. Anonymous

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