Who won what at the party of the year - just in case you missed anything...

The 2004 NME AWARDS are over – and now the after party has begun as the punters and stars look back on an amazing day.

We’ve brought you comprehensive coverage – and now here’s a quick look at who won what today.

The full list of winners at today’s (February 12) NME


AWARDS were:

Best Radio Show: Zane Lowe

Best New Band (supported by Radio 1): Kings Of Leon

Best Video (supported by MTV2): Radiohead – ‘There There’

Best Single: The White Stripes – ‘7 Nation Army’

Best Film: ‘Lord Of The Rings – Return Of The King’


Rock And Roll Man Of The Year: Har Mar Superstar

Best Live Band (supported by Carling): Queens Of The Stone Age

Living Legend: Arthur Lee

Philip Hall Radar Award: Franz Ferdinand

Best Event: Glastonbury

The Fuck Me! Award For Innovation: Dizzee Rascal

Best International Band (supported by 4Music): Kings Of Leon

Best TV Show: The Office

Rock ‘N’ Roll Woman Of The Year: Brody Dalle

Best UK Band (supported by BPI): The Libertines

Best Album (supported by Virgin Megastores): Radiohead – ‘Hail To The


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