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1992

R.E.M. had cemented their position as indie godheads, taking both the Best Band and Album categories. Meanwhile Suede were approaching from Camden winning New Band and Single categories.

Best Band: R.E.M.

Best Album: R.E.M - 'Automatic For The People'

Solo Artist: Morrissey

Venue: Town & Country Club

Single: Suede - 'The Drowners'

Worst Record: The Shamen - 'Ebeneezer Goode'

New Band: Suede

Event: Bill Clinton winning the US election

Fashion Item: Dr Marten's

Bastard Of The Year: John Major

Hype Of The Year: Madonna's 'Sex' book

TV Show Of The Year: 'Have I Got News For You'

Word/ Phrase Of The Year: "Not!"

Film Of The Year: 'Wayne's World'

Radio Show Of The Year: John Peel

Object Of Desire: Toni Halliday


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