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Album of the Year – Sting Fields of Gold 

Best Pop Album : Ace of Base
Most Cathartically Satisfying Album : Nine Inch Nails
Worst Critically Acclaimed Album : Crash Test Dummies – God Shuffled His Feet
Best Obscure Female Singer Album : Noa
Best Haircut : Elvis Costello – Brutal Youth
Best Re:working of Ouevre : re-mixed extra tracks on Stings many singles
Best Solo Jazz Guitar Album : Martin Taylor – Spirit of Django
Best Obscure Pop Album : Jamiroquai – Space Cowboy
Best Female Singer Album (not her best, but mediocre, she still wins) : Joni Mitchell – Turbulent Indigo
Best Live album : John McLaughlin – Tokyo Live
Most Stridently Opinionated Album : Sinead OConnor – Universal Mother
Best Metheny album : We Live Here (okay, Im a bit early – its due out on Jan 17)
Best World/Western Music Hybrid Effort : Ry Cooder – A Meeting by the River
Best World/Dance Album : Youssou NDour – The Guide
Best Rap Band : Salt n Peppa (no competition)
Most Glaring Lack of a New Album : Jellyfish
Best new Beatles album (only 30 years late) : Beatles – BBC sessions
Best Troggs Cover Version : Wet Wet Wet – Love Is All Around
Best Laser Disk : Sting – Ten Summoners Tales
Most Unexpectedly Good Album : Kylie Minogue – Kylie Minogue
Most disappointing re-issue : Woodstock – complete (sounds different)
Best Jazz Piano album : Michel Petrucciani – Marvellous
Best Comeback Album : Jimmy Page and Robert Plant – No Quarter 
Best Banjo/Bluegrass/Techno Dance Single : The Grid – Swamp Thing
Most Unnecessary Cover Version : G&R – Sympathy For the Devil
Best As-Yet Un-Released Album : Eugene Pao – (untitled)
Most Useful Aid For School Sex Education Classes : Prince – Come
Best Bootleg : Sting Live (They Dance Alone)
Best Zappa Album : Civilization Phase III
Best Classical/Jazz Hybrid Effort : Jan Garbarek/Hilliard Ensemble – Officium
Least Creative Album Name : Seal – Seal (again)

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