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Oasis dominate Q award nominations
LONDON (Reuters) – British rock band Oasis have returned to the musical spotlight with five nominations for the 2005 Q awards, the organizers said on Tuesday.
The Manchester band won their first Q award in 1994, taking the Best New Act title before being named the Best Act In The World Today just two years later.
Oasis were nominated for five awards including Best Track and Best Album for their latest release “Don’t Believe The Truth,” which Q magazine described as “their most focused, reflective and relaxed album to date.”
Another British band, Coldplay, were nominated for four awards while singer James Blunt, American group Green Day and Irish rockers U2 received three nominations each.
Coldplay will be looking to take the Best Album category having won the title for “Parachutes” and “A Rush of Blood to the Head” in 2000 and 2002 respectively.
The awards, which will be hosted at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday October 10, are one of the few music industry prizes voted for by the record-buying public.