1987

The regulars stood tall, proud and not so proud. Mozzer, Thatcher and Peel all had repeat wins. There were a couple of new faces in the form of Suzanne Vega and The Proclaimers.
Giving a nudge to the future, our man said: “The disintegration of The Smiths…does, however, add new interest to the top of the ‘Best Band’ category. Or rather it should, but looking for next year’s top combo isn’t quite the adventure it should be. Current evidence point to the ascension of either U2, New Order, or REM all groups that formed before the dearly departed.”
Best Group
The Smiths
Best Single
Prince – ‘Sign O The Times’
Best LP
The Smiths – ‘Strangeways Here We Come’
Male Singer
Morrissey
Best Female Singer
Suzanne Vega
Best New Act
The Proclaimers
Best Dance Record
M/A/R/R/S – ‘Pump Up The Volume’
Most Wonderful Human Being
Morrissey
Creep Of The Year
Margaret Thatcher
Bad News Of The Year
Another Conservative Victory At The General Election
Safe Sex
Morrissey
Radio
John Peel
Best TV Programme
‘Brookside’
Best Film
‘Angel Heart’
Event Of The Year
Nuclear Agreement
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