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Grammys 2004: The main winners
Selected winners of the 46th Grammy Awards, held in Los Angeles on Sunday 8 February.

Record of the year
Clocks - Coldplay

Album of the year
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below - OutKast

Song of the year
Dance With My Father - Luther Vandross

Best new artist

Best female pop vocal performance
Beautiful - Christina Aguilera

Best male pop vocal performance
Cry Me A River - Justin Timberlake

Best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal
Underneath It All - No Doubt

Best pop collaboration with vocals
Whenever I Say Your Name - Sting and Mary J Blige

Best pop instrumental performance
Marwa Blues - George Harrison

Best pop vocal album
Justified - Justin Timberlake

Best dance recording
Come Into My World - Kylie Minogue

Best traditional pop vocal album
A Wonderful World - Tony Bennett & kd lang

Best female rock vocal performance
Trouble - Pink

Best male rock vocal performance
Gravedigger - Dave Matthews

Best vocal rock performance by a duo or group
Disorder in the House - Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen

Best hard rock performance
Bring Me To Life - Evanescence feat Paul McCoy

Best metal performance
St Anger - Metallica

Best rock song
Seven Nation Army - The White Stripes

Best rock album
One By One - Foo Fighters

Best alternative album
Elephant - The White Stripes

Best female R&B vocal performance
Dangerously In Love 2 - Beyonce

Best male R&B vocal performance
Dance With My Father - Luther Vandross

Best vocal R&B performance by a duo or group
The Closer I Get To You - Beyonce & Luther Vandross

Best traditional R&B vocal performance
Wonderful - Aretha Franklin

Best urban/alternative performance
Hey Ya! - OutKast

Best R&B song
Crazy In Love - Beyonce feat Jay-Z

Best R&B album
Dance With My Father - Luther Vandross

Best contemporary R&B album
Dangerously In Love - Beyonce

Best female rap solo performance
Work It - Missy Elliott

Best male rap solo performance
Lose Yourself - Eminem

Best rap/sung collaboration
Crazy In Love - Beyonce feat Jay-Z

Best rap song
Lose Yourself - Eminem

Best rap album
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below - OutKast

Best country song
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere - Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

Best country album
Livin', Lovin', Losin', Songs Of The Louvin Brothers - Various Artists

Best bluegrass album
Live - Alison Krauss + Union Station

Best traditional tropical Latin album
Buenos Hermanos - Ibrahim Ferrer

Best salsa/merengue album
Regalo Del Alma - Celia Cruz

Best traditional folk album
Wildwood Flower - June Carter Cash

Best contemporary folk album
The Wind - Warren Zevon

Best reggae album
Dutty Rock - Sean Paul

Best traditional world music album
Sacred Tibetan Chant - The Monks Of Sherab Ling Monastery

Best contemporary world music album
Voz D'Amor - Cesaria Evora

Best spoken word album for children
Prokofiev: Peter And The Wolf/Beintus, Wolf Tracks - Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev & Sophia Loren

Best engineered album, non-classical
Hail To The Thief - Radiohead (Nigel Godrich and Darrell Thorp, engineers)

Producer of the year, non-classical
The Neptunes

Best classical album
Mahler: Symphony No 3; Kindertotenlieder - Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor, San Francisco Symphony

Best orchestral performance
Mahler: Symphony No. 3 - Pierre Boulez, conductor, Vienna Philharmonic

Best short form music video
Hurt -Johnny Cash


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