BRIT AWARDS - NOMINATIONS IN FULL

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CRAIG DAVID, COLDPLAY, DAVID GRAY, TOPLOADER, BADLY DRAWN BOY and RADIOHEAD are amongst the acts just nominated at this year's annual BRIT AWARDS.

Craig David has received the most amount of nominations at this year's awards, in the 'Best British Album', 'Best British Dance Act', 'Best British Male' and 'Best British Newcomer - R&B/Urban' categories.

Coldplay have been nominated for three, including the 'Best Album', 'Best British Group' and 'Best British Newcomer - Indie' award. They are up against Radiohead, Robbie Williams, Craig David and David Gray for the 'Best Album' award, while they face competition for 'Best Newcomer: Indie' from Toploader, Muse, Badly Drawn Boy and Death In Vegas - a group whose last album was released in 1999.

In the other nominations, PJ Harvey is to battle Dido, Jamelia, Sade and Sonique for 'Best Female Solo Artist'; Moloko, Fatboy Slim and Artful Dodger are amongst those nominated for 'Best British Dance Act' and Santana, Westlife, Savage Garden, U2 and The Corrs are all up for 'Best International Group'.

The Brit Awards ceremony will take place on February 26 at Earl's Court, London.

The full list of nominations runs:


BEST BRITISH ALBUM


Coldplay - 'Parachutes'
Radiohead - 'Kid A'
Robbie Williams - 'Sing When You're Winning'
Craig David - 'Born To Do It'
David Gray - 'Lost Songs'



BEST BRITISH DANCE ACT



Moloko
Fatboy Slim
Craig David
Sonique
Artful Dodger



BEST BRITISH FEMALE SOLO ARTIST



Dido
Jamelia
Sade
PJ Harvey
Sonique



BEST BRITISH GROUP



Moloko
Coldplay
Radiohead
Toploader
All Saints


BEST BRITISH MALE


Badly Drawn Boy
Robbie Williams
Fatboy Slim
David Gray
Craig David



BEST INTERNATIONAL FEMALE SOLO ARTIST


Pink
Kylie Minogue
Jill Scott
Madonna
Britney Spears


BEST INTERNATIONAL GROUP




Santana
Westlife
Savage Garden
U2
The Corrs



BEST INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST


Ricky Martin
Wyclef Jean
Eminem
Ronan Keating
Sisqo


BEST INTERNATIONAL NEWCOMER

Pink
Westlife
Jill Scott
Kelis
Lene Marlin



BEST BRITISH NEWCOMER - POP

A1
Atomic Kitten
Lolly
Point Break
Richard Blackwood



INDIE



Coldplay
Toploader
Muse
Badly Drawn Boy
Death In Vegas



R&B/URBAN



Craig David
DJ Luck & MC Neat
Sweet Female Attitude
Architechs
MJ Cole



DANCE


Artful Dodger
Sonique
Shaft
Oxide & Neutrino
Chicane


BEST SOUNDTRACK <



'Little Voice' OST'
'American Beauty OST'
'Billy Elliot OST'
'The Beach OST'
Air - 'The Virgin Suicides'

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