The Horrors and Yeah Yeah Yeahs claim album and track of the year

The results of our annual writers' poll are in

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The Horrors have been named NME's Album Of 2009 for their second record, 'Primary Colours'.

The band topped our annual writers' poll, pipping the likes of The xx, Animal Collective and Grizzly Bear, who all make this year's Top 10.

In NME's Tracks Of 2009, it's Yeah Yeah Yeahs who take the honours, with 'Zero' claiming the Number One spot.

Read the NME's 50 best albums of the year and 50 best tracks on NME.COM.

Plus have your say. Vote for your albums of 2009 and your tracks of 2009 now, and head to NME Office Blog to register your opinion on our lists.

For the full rundown, plus new reviews, interviews and commentary on the year in music get this week's special issue of NME which hits newsstands in London today (December 8) and is available nationwide from tomorrow.






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