AOTY

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AOTYAnime of the Year
AOTYAlbum of the Year
AOTYArtist of the Year
AOTYAffiliate of the Year
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"For me, my album of the year was 'Lemonade,' so a piece of me did die inside as a BeyoncAaAaAeA@ fan.
Harpist Catrin Finch has been nominated for the Album of the Year award at the Classic Brit Awards 2013
Rapper Plan B and folk-rockers Mumford And Sons all have three nominations, with reformed manband Take That getting two for Best Group and Album of the Year.
The poll is based on album of the year verdicts from magazines including Q, Mojo, NME, Kerrang!, Uncut and Mixmag as well as national newspapers and websites.
Last year, the original Spirit Of The Glen, recorded in 2007, was pipped for album of the year by four-piece opera group Blake.
A year ago, 25-year-old Katherine won her first Classical Brit for Second Nature after she scooped the Album of the Year prize, beating off competition from Bryn Terfel and Aled Jones just like this year.
Pop act TLC had six nominations, including album of the year for Fanmail and best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal for the song Unpretty.
For album of the year, Balvin will compete with an eclectic group of established and rising artists that includes Pablo Alboran ("Prometo"), Chico Buarque ("Caravanas"), Jorge Drexler ("Salvavidas de hielo"), El David Aguilar ("Siguiente"), Kany Garcia ("Soy yo"), Natalia Lafourcade ("Musas, un homenaje al folclore latinoamericano en nanos de Los Macorinos, Vol.
The Album of the Year Juno went to indie heroes Arcade Fire for "Reflektor," who also won Alternative Album of the Year.
Nicole Kidman's husband was named Male Artist of the Year, while he also scooped the Top Selling Album of the Year trophy for his hit record 'You Gonna Fly'.
TV choir Only Men Aloud beat teenage Britain's Got Talent star Faryl Smith and the Pope to land the Album of the Year at the Classical Brits.
The Seattle-based quintet are up for Album Of The Year, Best Live Act and Song Of The Year for White Winter Hymnal.