Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 – the performances

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The Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 took place in London (February 23) - with a thunderous finale courtesy of Foo Fighters, who played their entire new album 'Wasting Light' as well as a few old favourites. Frontman Dave Grohl was also named Godlike Genius on the night. Keep clicking to find out what else went on at our annual awards bash.

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PJ Harvey performs 'Down By The Water' after picking up the Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution To Music award.

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My Chemical Romance performing hit single 'Na Na Na' before picking up awards for Best Video and Best International Band.

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Another shot of Foo Fighters playing their entire new album 'Wasting Light' as well as a few old favourites. Frontman Dave Grohl was also named Godlike Genius on the night.

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Hurts played 'Wonderful Life' before picking up the award for Best New Band.

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Godlike Genius of the night, Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl, in the middle of his set.

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Hurts playing 'Wonderful Life' before picking up the award for Best New Band. Watch the entire Shockwaves NME Awards on the video section now.

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Alice Glass from Crystal Castles performing 'Baptism'. The band were later presented with the John Peel Award For Innovation by Jarvis Cocker.

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Ray Toro from My Chemical Romance performing hit single 'Na Na Na' before picking up awards for Best Video and Best International Band.

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