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2014

Best Fan Community

Muse have been nominated.

Worst Band

Muse have been nominated.

2013

Best Fan Community

Muse won!

Best Twitter

Muse were nominated.

2012

The nominees were announced by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 on the 30th of January.[1] The ceremony will be held inside the Brixton Academy on the 29th of February.[1]

Best British Band

Muse were nominated, as were Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Horrors, and Kasabian who won the Award.[1][2]

Best Live Band

Muse were nominated, along with Kasabian, Pulp, Two Door Cinema Club and the Arctic Monkeys who won the Award.[1][2]

Hero of the Year

Matthew Bellamy won the Award[2], others nominated were, Noel Fielding, Noel Gallagher, Dave Grohl, and Alex Turner.[1]

Hottest Male

Both Matthew Bellamy and Dominic Howard were nominated, along with Andy Biersack (of Black Veil Brides), Gerard Way (of My Chemical Romance), and Jared Leto (of 30 Seconds to Mars) who won the Award.[1][2]

Most Dedicated Fans

Muse fans won the Award![2] Also nominated were fans of 30 Seconds to Mars, Arctic Monkeys, Hurts, and My Chemical Romance.[1]

Worst Band

Muse was nominated, alongside Beady Eye, Coldplay, One Direction (who won the Award), and Viva Brother.[1][2]

2011

Voting for nominations began on the 7th of December 2010,[3] while the resulting nominations were announced on the 24th of January.[3][4] The 2011 ceremony took place inside Brixton Academy, London, on the 23rd of February.[3][4][5]

Best British Band

Muse won this for the second year in a row.[5] Also nominated were Arctic Monkeys, Biffy Clyro, Foals and Kasabian.[4]

Best Live Band

Muse was nominated.[4][6] Also nominated were Arcade Fire, Biffy Clyro, Foals and Kasabian.[4] Biffy Clyro won the award.[source?]

Hero of the Year

Matthew Bellamy was nominated.[6] Also nominated were Julian Assange, Lady Gaga, Gerard Way and Kanye West.[4] Lady Gaga won the award.[source?]

Hottest Man

Bellamy won[5] and Dominic Howard was nominated[4][6]. Also nominated were Billie Joe Armstrong, Jared Leto and Alex Turner.[4]

2010

The nominations for the 2010 NME Awards were announced on 25th Jan. The Awards were held on 24th February at the O2 Academy Brixton.[7][8]

Best Album

The Resistance was nominated. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys - Humbug, Kasabian - West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, The Cribs - Ignore The Ignorant, and The Horrors - Primary Colours. Kasabian won.

Best Album Artwork

The Resistance was nominated. Also nominated: Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown, Kasabian - West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, The Cribs - Ignore the Ignorant, and Manic Street Preachers - Journal for Plague Lovers. Kasabian won.

Best Band Blog

The Muse website and Twitter were nominated. Radiohead won.

Best British Band

Muse won. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys, Biffy Clyro, Kasabian, and Oasis.

Best Guitar Riff

Plug In Baby won.

Best Live Band

Muse was nominated. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, Radiohead, and Them Crooked Vultures. Arctic Monkeys won.

Best Live Event

The 2009 Teignmouth gig was nominated. Blur at Hyde Park won.

Best Website

The Muse website won. Also nominated: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Greenday.com.

Hero of the Year

Bellamy was nominated. Also nominated: Beyoncé Knowles, Noel Gallagher, Rage Against the Machine, and Alex Turner. Rage Against the Machine won.

Hottest Man

Bellamy won and Howard was also nominated.

Worst Dressed

Bellamy was nominated. Also nominated: Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Liam Gallagher, Elly Jackson, and La Roux. Lady Gaga won.

2009

Best Album Artwork

H.A.A.R.P won. Also nominated: The Cure - '4:13 Dream', Guillemots - 'Red', The Killers - 'Day & Age', and We Are Scientists - 'Brain Thrust Mastery'.

Best British Band

Muse was nominated. Also nominated: Bloc Party, The Last Shadow Puppets, Oasis, and Radiohead. Oasis won.[9][10]

Best DVD

H.A.A.R.P was nominated. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys - 'At the Apollo', Foo Fighters - 'Live at Wembley Stadium', Kaiser Chiefs - 'Live at Elland Road', and The Rolling Stones - 'Shine a Light'. Arctic Monkeys - 'At the Apollo' won.

Sexiest Male

Bellamy won. Also nominated: Carl Barat, Keith Murray, Miles Kane, and Pete Doherty.

2008

The complete list of the nominated was made public on 30th Jan 2008. The ceremony was held on 28th February 2008.

Best British Band

Muse were nominated. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, The Cribs, and Klaxons. Arctic Monkeys won.[11]

Best Live Band

Muse won. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys, The Cribs, Kaiser Chiefs, and My Chemical Romance.[11]

Best Live Event

The Wembley gigs were nominated. Also nominated: Carling Weekend, Glastonbury, T in the Park, and V Festival. Carling Weekend won.[11]

Hero of the Year

Matt was nominated. Also nominated: Pete Doherty, Noel Fielding, Ryan Jarman, Thom Yorke. Pete Doherty won.[11]

2007

Best Album

Black Holes and Revelations was nominated. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys - 'Whatever You Say I Am, That's What I'm Not', Kasabian - 'Empire', The Killers - 'Sam's Town', and My Chemical Romance - 'The Black Parade'.[12]

Best British Band

Muse won.[13] Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Kasabian, and Oasis.[14]

Best Live Band

Muse were nominated. Also nominated: Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Kasabian, and My Chemical Romance.[15]

Best Track

Supermassive Black Hole was nominated. Also nominated: Dirty Pretty Things - 'Bang Bang You're Dead', The Killers - 'When You Were Young', Klaxons - 'Atlantis to Interzone', and The View - 'Wasted Little DJs'.[16]

Sexiest Male

Bellamy won.[17] Also nominated: Carl Barat, Pete Doherty, Brandon Flowers, and Gerard Way.

2005

Best Live Band

Muse won.

2002

NME Carling award

Origin of Symmetry was nominated. Also nominated: The Charlatans 'Wonderland', Radiohead 'Amnesiac', Slipknot 'Iowa', and The Strokes 'Is This It'.[18]

Muse at the NME awards

2000

Best new band

Muse won. Also nominated: Basement Jaxx, Macy Gray, Eminem, and Ooberman. Voted for by NME readers.[19]

References

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  2. a b c d e f NME Article listing 2012 Award winners (2012-03-01). NME Website. Retrieved from www.nme.com.
  3. a b c Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 longlist voting opens (2010-12-07). NME website. Retrieved 2011-01-26 from www.nme.com.
  4. a b c d e f g h Arcade Fire, Foals, Kasabian up for Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 (2011-01-24). NME website. Retrieved 2011-01-26 from www.nme.com.
  5. a b c Muse win at the NME Awards! (2011-02-24). Muse website. Retrieved 2011-02-25 from muse.mu.
  6. a b c Muse up for 2 NME Awards (2011-01-26). Muse website. Retrieved 2011-01-26 from muse.mu.
  7. Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, Muse, Oasis up for Shockwaves NME Awards 2010
  8. www.nme.com 2010 Winners
  9. Nme.com 2009 Winners
  10. www.nme.com 2009 Nominees
  11. a b c d (2008-01). [NME website]. NME website. Retrieved 2008-02-28 from www.nme.com.
  12. Nme.com 20070129
  13. http://www.nme.com/awardswinners2007 NME.com
  14. Nme.com 20070129
  15. Nme.com 20070129
  16. Nme.com 20070129
  17. http://www.nme.com/awardswinners2007 NME.com
  18. Microcuts.net 20020214
  19. microcuts.net 2000

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