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cordscords wrote:Stadium Arcadium should have won everything in every category even if it didnt qualify.
Shadow of the Sun* wrote:Music this year was pretty bad. Plus, giving the Dixie Chicks all these awards is basically admitting, "you guys were right about Bush, it just took us longer to realize it". All the nominees were awful, so i think the academy or whoever gives out the grammys just felt like making a political statement.
Pacman wrote:The Police opened the show and did a fantastic version of "Roxanne". I absolutely loved it, and will pay whatever it costs to see them when/if they tour this year.
Pacman wrote:I turned off the Grammys after that... Office Space was on Comedy Central.
Pacman wrote:... I did flick over (during an Office Space commercial) and saw that dog-faced Dixie Chicks woman singing (whining) about not being ready to accept the world's apology or something. I immediately flicked away and never returned. It bothers me to read (in this thread) that the Dixie Cows won a bunch of awards last night... though I'm not surprised (political reasons mentioned above).
Pacman wrote:All I know is, Prince and The Police both rocked network TV in the course of one week in the Year 2007.... justifying my being permanently stuck in the 1980s.
Flecks' total Grammy count is 8 Grammys won, and 20 nominations. He has been nominated in more different categories than anyone in Grammy history.
BEST POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL
"My Humps," The Black Eyed Peas WINNER
BEST POP INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE
"Mornin'," George Benson (& Al Jarreau) WINNER
"Subterfuge," Béla Fleck & The Flecktones
"Song H," Bruce Hornsby
"My Favorite Things," The Brian Setzer Orchestra
BEST HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE
"Crazy Bitch," Buckcherry
"Every Day Is Exactly The Same," Nine Inch Nails
"Lonely Day," System Of A Down
"Woman," Wolfmother WINNER
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