NME Awards - History

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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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