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Brit Awards 2007 > List of winners February 17, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Music.

This year’s Brit Awards have been handed out at Earls Court in London.

British male solo artist
Winner: James Morrison
Also nominated: Jarvis Cocker, Lemar, Paolo Nutini, Thom Yorke.

British female solo artist
Winner: Amy Winehouse
Also nominated: Corinne Bailey Rae, Jamelia, Lily Allen, Nerina Pallot.

British album
Winner: Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not
Also nominated: Amy Winehouse – Back to Black, Lily Allen – Alright Still, Muse – Black Holes & Revelations, Snow Patrol – Eyes Open.

British group
Winners: Arctic Monkeys
Also nominated: Kasabian, Muse, Razorlight, Snow Patrol.

British breakthrough act
Winners: The Fratellis
Also nominated: Corinne Bailey Rae, James Morrison, The Kooks, Lily Allen. (Winner chosen by BBC Radio 1 listeners)

International breakthrough act
Winners: Orson
Also nominated: Gnarls Barkley, The Raconteurs, Ray Lamontagne, Wolfmother. (Winner chosen by MTV viewers)

British live act
Winners: Muse
Also nominated: George Michael, Guillemots, Kasabian, Robbie Williams. (Winner chosen by BBC Radio 2 listeners)

British single
Winner: Take That – Patience
Also nominated: The Feeling – Fill My Little World, Razorlight – America, Snow Patrol – Chasing Cars, Will Young – All Time Love. (A live public vote will decide the winner on the night)

International male solo artist
Winner: Justin Timberlake
Also nominated: Beck, Bob Dylan, Damien Rice, Jack Johnson.

International female solo artist
Winner: Nelly Furtado
Also nominated: Beyonce, Cat Power, Christina Aguilera, Pink.

International group
Winners: The Killers
Also nominated: The Flaming Lips, Gnarls Barkley, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Scissor Sisters.

International album
Winner: The Killers – Sam’s Town
Also nominated: Bob Dylan – Modern Times, Gnarls Barkley – St Elsewhere, Justin Timberlake – FutureSex/LoveSounds, , Scissor Sisters – Ta-Dah.

Outstanding contribution to music: Oasis

Related Links > http://brits.co.uk/



1. Goodaboom - February 18, 2007

It beggars belief that Oasis won that award. The world is going to hell in a handbasket.

So there you have it people, be as loud, snotty and obnoxiously bigheaded as you can with a severe Beatles-delusions-of-grandeur-complex all delivered in a barely comprehensible Mancunian drawl, punctuated with by-the-numbers guitaring and you TOO can be kings of the world!
If you want to hear 60s influences beautifully translated into talented originality, try Jellyfish. or XTC.

Kev Moore

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