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Grammy Nominees 2004
Various Artists
Grammy Nominees 2004
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Blues, World Music, Special Interest, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
 
  •  Track Listings (21) - Disc #1

BEYONCE? FEATURING JAY-Z "Crazy In Love" Record Of The Year THE BLACK EYED PEAS & JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE "Where Is The Love?" Record Of The Year COLDPLAY "Clocks" Record Of The Year EMINEM "Lose Yourself" Record Of The ...  more »

     
   
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BEYONCE? FEATURING JAY-Z "Crazy In Love" Record Of The Year THE BLACK EYED PEAS & JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE "Where Is The Love?" Record Of The Year COLDPLAY "Clocks" Record Of The Year EMINEM "Lose Yourself" Record Of The Year Song Of The Year MISSY "MISDEMEANOR" ELLIOTT "Work It" Album Of The Year EVANESCENCE "Going Under" Album Of The Year Best New Artist OUTKAST "The Way You Move" Featuring Sleepy Brown Album Of The Year JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE "Cry Me A River" Album Of The Year Best Male Pop Vocal Performance CHRISTINA AGUILERA "Beautiful" Song Of The Year AVRIL LAVIGNE "I'm With You" Song Of The Year LUTHER VANDROSS "Dance With My Father" Song Of The Year WARREN ZEVON "Keep Me In Your Heart" Song Of The Year Best Male Pop Vocal Performance 50 CENT "In Da Club" Best New Artist FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE "Stacy's Mom" Best New Artist Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal HEATHER HEADLEY "I Wish I Wasn't" Best New Artist SEAN PAUL "Gimme The Light" Best New Artist GEORGE HARRISON "Any Road" Best Male Pop Vocal Performance MICHAEL MCDONALD "Ain?t No Mountain High Enough" Best Male Pop Vocal Performance STING "Send Your Love" Best Male Pop Vocal Performance EAGLES "Hole In The World" Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal MATCHBOX TWENTY "Unwell" Best Pop Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocal

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Might As Well Be A Rip Off Of A "Now" Cd
Aaron | Ohio, USA | 01/24/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)

"There basicly is little difference between this and the last on eor two insatllments of the "Now" series. The Grammy nominations were horribly unjust this year. I'm a big pop fan so I don't mind pop artists taking big noms, but the industry picked the most overplayed and overhyped stars in the buisness this year. Beyonce and Justin have become nauseating over the last year and their music has become the same. The Black Eyed Peas get a hot pop star to sing the hook of an otherwise yawn-worthy song and *BOOM!* it's a hit and has Grammy noms. 50 cent???? Pulease! So what are the good tracks? Coldplay's "Clocks" is awesome as is Christina's "Beautiful" and Avril's "I'm With You." Luther Vandross and matchbox 20 are also very worthy. And i'm not a fan of rap, but Missy's "Work It" is a classic and worth a Grammy.Basicly, go buy Now 14 and you'll get the same."
Music Fan
Paul J Brown | Dallas, TX | 02/10/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I am amazed at others whose words are are so caustic just because they personally don't care for the music. This is a fine collection covering a nice variety of musical styles, that is not easy to do in a year with so many great songs to choose from. I also would like to have seen "Hey Ya" on this CD. However, this still represents an excellent value and I'm going to enjoy listening to this collection. It is important to remember that music is SUBJECTIVE and there is something for everyones taste. It is not necessary to attack the music that we don't like, just listen to the stuff that we do."
Good CD
Richard Allman | Danville, California United States | 02/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Don't listen to the people who say this isn't good because Hey Ya isn't on it. Who cares? One song doesn't make or break the CD. It's a great CD with songs from the Black Eyed Peas, Outkast, Eminem, Coldplay, 50 Cent, and more. I'd buy it.*NOTE* All the songs are in the clean version."