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  • Miss Frost
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    #374900

    Similar to the Oscar threads topic, except in the Grammy History.

    I can think of many, but I will just do AOTY first.

    1989:
    Remove any of the nominees and replace with Janet Jackson’s “Rhythm Nation 1814” & Madonna’s “Like a Prayer.”

    1998:
    Madonna – Ray of Light
    Lauryn Hill – Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
    Garbage – Version 2.0
    Shania Twain – Come on Over
    Sheryl Crow – Globe Sessions

    OUT – Version 2.0,
    IN – The Velvet Rope – Janet Jackson

    2005:
    Mariah Carey – Emancipation of Mimi
    Kanye West – Late Registration
    U2 – How to Dismantle an Atom Bomb
    Gwen Stefani – Love. Angel. Music. Baby.
    Paul McCartney – Chaos and Creation in the Backyard

    OUT – Paul McCartney & Gwen Stefani
    IN- Kelly Clarkson – Breakaway & Coldplay – X&Y

    2006:
    Dixie Chicks – Taking the Long Way
    Gnarls Barkley – St. Elsewhere
    Justin Timberlake – Future Sex/Love Sounds
    John Mayer – Continuum
    Red Hot Chili Peppers – Stadium Arcadium

    OUT – Justin Timberlake,
    IN – Mary J Blige – The Breakthrough

    2009:
    Taylor Swift – Fearless
    Lady Gaga – The Fame
    Beyonce – I Am…Sasha Fierce
    Dave Matthews Band – Big Whiskey
    Black Eyed Peas – The E.N.D.

    OUT – Beyonce, DMB, BEP.
    IN – Green Day – 21st Century Breakdown, Maxwell – BLACksummers Night, Some other better album released that year.
    2010:
    Katy Perry – Teenage Dream
    Eminem – Recovery
    Lady Antebellum – Need You Now
    Lady Gaga – The Fame
    Arcade Fire – The Suburbs

    OUT – Anyone except Arcade Fire & maybe Gaga.
    IN – Miranda Lambert – Revolution, Janelle Monae – The Archandroid

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    #374902

    Female Pop Vocal Performance – 2010
    Norah Jones – “Chasing Pirates”
    Katy Perry – “Teenage Dream”
    Christina Aguilera – “You Lost Me”
    Sara Berailles – “King of Anything”
    Lady Gaga – “Bad Romance”

    I like many, thought it was a freaking joke that Beyonce got nominated for a second year in a row. and not only that but for a live version of the song she previously won with. It’s tacky and greedy. Though Christina may not have made the proper “impact” that the academy wants you to make, “YLM” is still and impeccable female vocal performance by one of the industry’s best female vocalists. She deserved her nomination.

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    #374903

    ^Oh I agree, Christina definitely deserved to get in for Lift Me Up or You Lost Me over that tacky live performance.
    She should have also gotten into rap/sung for Woo Hoo with Miss Nicki!

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    #374904

    Also regarding Best Female Pop Vocal Performance:

    1998:

    • Sheryl Crow — “My Favorite Mistake”
    • Lauryn Hill — “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”
    • Natalie Imbruglia — “Torn”
    • Sarah McLachlan — “Adia”
      Celine Dion – “My Heart Will Go On”

      OUT – Sheryl Crow
      IN – Madonna – “Frozen”

      2009:

    • Adele — “Hometown Glory”
    • Katy Perry — “Hot n Cold
    • Pink — “Sober
    • Taylor Swift — “You Belong With Me
    • Beyonce – “Halo”

    OUT – Katy Perry
    IN – Kelly Clarkson – “My Life Would Suck Without You”

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    #374905

    Where do I begin?  For now:

    RECORD OF THE YEAR – 2003:
    Beyonce feat. Jay-Z, “Crazy In Love”
    Black Eyed Peas feat. Justin Timberlake, “Where Is The Love?”
    Coldplay, “Clocks”
    Eminem, “Lose Yourself”
    OutKast, “Hey Ya”

    OUT: Black Eyed Peas feat. Justin Timberlake, “Where Is The Love?”
    IN: Christina Aguilera, “Beautiful”

    SONG OF THE YEAR – 2003:
    “Beautiful”
    “Dance With My Father”
    “I’m With You”
    “Keep Me In Your Heart”
    “Lose Yourself”

    OUT: “Keep Me In Your Heart”
    IN: “Forever And For Always”

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    1999

    Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

    Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (That Thing)
    Janet Jackson – I Get Lonely
    Aretha Franklin – A Rose Is Still A Rose
    Erykah Badu – Tyrone
    Aaliyah – Are You That Somebody

    Out – Janet Jackson
    In – Deborah Cox – Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here

    Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group

    Brandy & Monica – The Boy Is Mine
    Lauryn Hill & D’Angelo – Nothing Even Matters
    K-Ci & JoJo – All My Life
    Kirk Franklin & Company – Lean On Me
    The Temptations – Stay

    Out – The Temptations
    In – Deborah Cox & R.L. – We Can’t Be Friends

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    #374907

    Two biggest GF snubs of the last decade: 

    2004 Record of the Year 
    Here We Go Again
    Yeah!
    Let’s Get It Started
    Heaven
    American Idiot

    Out: Here We Go Again
    In: Mr. Brightside (It should have won)

     2004 Album of the Year
    Genius Loves Company 
    Confessions
    American Idiot
    The Diary of Alicia Keys  
    College Dropout

    Out: Confessions
    In: Van Lear Rose (It should have won)  

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    2008
    Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    Prince, Future Baby Mama
    Raheem DeVaughn, Woman
    Musiq Soulchild, B.U.D.D.Y.
    Ne-Yo, Because of You
    Tank, Please Don’t Go

    Out – Prince
    In – Robin Thicke, Lost Without U

    1991
    Record of the Year 
    Phil Collins, Another Day in Paradise
    Mariah Carey, Vision of Love
    MC Hammer, U Can’t Touch This
    Bette Midler, From a Distance
    Sinead O’Connor, Nothing Compares 2 U

    Out – Bette Midler
    In – Madonna, Vogue

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    2000: Best Dance Recording

    •   “Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Baha Men
    •    “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” by Eiffel 65
    •    “Be with You” by Enrique Iglesias
    •    “Let’s Get Loud” by Jennifer Lopez
    •    “Natural Blues” by Moby

    Replacement: apparently the worst nominee and winner in this category should be replaced by Kylie Minogue’s “Spinning Around”

    2000: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

    B.B. King & Dr. John – “Is You Is, Or Is You Ain’t (My Baby)”
    Mariah Carey, 98 Degrees & Joe -“Thank God I Found You”
    Sheryl Crow & Sarah McLachlan – “The Difficult Kind”
    Celine Dion & Frank Sinatra -“All The Way”
    Lauryn Hill & Bob Marley – “Turn Your Lights Down Low”

    Replacement: “Thank God I Found You” the song is good but the collaboration is dull. “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” by Whitney Houston and Enrique Iglesias should have nominated.

    1999: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

    Eric Benet & Tamia – “Spend My Life With You”
    Mary J. Blige & Aretha Franklin – “Don’t Waste Your Time”
    Destiny’s Child – “Bills, Bills, Bills”
    Whitney Houston, Faith Evans & Kelly Price – “Heartbreak Hotel”
    TLC – “No Scrubs” [ Fanmail ] (winner)

    Replacement: “Don’t Waste Your Time” is out of place and lotta shouting. “As” by George Michael & Mary J. Blige should have nominated. 

    2009: Best Country Song

    “All I Ask For Anymore” (Casey Beathard & Tim James) [Trace Adkins]
    “High Cost Of Living” (Jamey Johnson & James Slater) [Jamey Johnson]
    “I Run To You” (Tom Douglas, Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott) [Lady Antebellum]
    “People Are Crazy” (Bobby Braddock & Troy Jones) [Billy Currington]
    “White Horse” (Liz Rose & Taylor Swift) [Taylor Swift] (winner) {Fearless}

    Replacement: “High Cost of Living” i like Jamey Johnson but the song has no appeal at all. “Just A Dream” or “Chicken Fried” should have nominated.

    2009: Best Male Country Vocal Performance

    Trace Adkins – “All I Ask For Anyone
    Billy Currington – “People Are Crazy”
    Jamey Johnson – “High Cost Of Living”
    George Strait – “Living For The Night”
    Keith Urban – “Sweet Thing” (winner) [Defying Gavity]

    Replacement: “Sweet Thing” is the worst nominee and winner and so is “High Cost of Living.”
    “Only You Can Love Me This Way” by Keith Urban and “Then” by Brad Paisley should hae nominated.

    1997: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

    Erykah Badu – “On & On”
    Mariah Carey – “Honey”
    Whitney Houston – “I Believe In You And Me”
    Chaka Khan – “Summertime”
    Patti LaBelle – “When You Talk About Love”

    Replacement: “Honey” or “Summertime.” I would replace them Janet Jackson’s “Together Again.”

    2000: Song of the Year

     “Beautiful Day” (U2)
    “Breathe” (Stephanie Bentley & Holly Lamar)
    “I Hope You Dance” (Mark D. Sanders & Tia Sellers)
    “I Try” (Macy Gray, Jinsoo Lim, Jeremy Ruzumna & David Wilder)
    “Say My Name” (La Shawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyoncé Knowles, LeToya Lucket, LaTavia Roberson & Kelendria Rowland)

    Replacement: “I Try” i would have replaced it “With Arms Wide Open” by Creed.

    2001: Best Dance Recording

    •    “One More Time” by Daft Punk
    •    “I Feel Loved” by Depeche Mode
    •    “Out of Nowhere” by Gloria Estefan
    •    “All For You” by Janet Jackson
    •    “Angel” by Lionel Ritchie

    Replacement: “I Feel Loved” one word – boring! “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” by Kylie Minogue should have nominated and it’ll be a neck-to-neck with Janet.

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    2000: Best Dance Recording

    •   “Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Baha Men
    •    “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” by Eiffel 65
    •    “Be with You” by Enrique Iglesias
    •    “Let’s Get Loud” by Jennifer Lopez
    •    “Natural Blues” by Moby

    Replacement: apparently the worst nominee and winner in this category should be replaced by Kylie Minogue’s “Spinning Around”

    2000: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

    B.B. King & Dr. John – “Is You Is, Or Is You Ain’t (My Baby)”
    Mariah Carey, 98 Degrees & Joe -“Thank God I Found You”
    Sheryl Crow & Sarah McLachlan – “The Difficult Kind”
    Celine Dion & Frank Sinatra -“All The Way”
    Lauryn Hill & Bob Marley – “Turn Your Lights Down Low”

    Replacement: “Thank God I Found You” the song is good but the collaboration is dull. “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” by Whitney Houston and Enrique Iglesias should have nominated.

    1999: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

    Eric Benet & Tamia – “Spend My Life With You”
    Mary J. Blige & Aretha Franklin – “Don’t Waste Your Time”
    Destiny’s Child – “Bills, Bills, Bills”
    Whitney Houston, Faith Evans & Kelly Price – “Heartbreak Hotel”
    TLC – “No Scrubs” [ Fanmail ] (winner)

    Replacement: “Don’t Waste Your Time” is out of place and lotta shouting. “As” by George Michael & Mary J. Blige should have nominated. 

    2009: Best Country Song

    “All I Ask For Anymore” (Casey Beathard & Tim James) [Trace Adkins]
    “High Cost Of Living” (Jamey Johnson & James Slater) [Jamey Johnson]
    “I Run To You” (Tom Douglas, Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott) [Lady Antebellum]
    “People Are Crazy” (Bobby Braddock & Troy Jones) [Billy Currington]
    “White Horse” (Liz Rose & Taylor Swift) [Taylor Swift] (winner) {Fearless}

    Replacement: “High Cost of Living” i like Jamey Johnson but the song has no appeal at all. “Just A Dream” or “Chicken Fried” should have nominated.

    2009: Best Male Country Vocal Performance

    Trace Adkins – “All I Ask For Anyone
    Billy Currington – “People Are Crazy”
    Jamey Johnson – “High Cost Of Living”
    George Strait – “Living For The Night”
    Keith Urban – “Sweet Thing” (winner) [Defying Gavity]

    Replacement: “Sweet Thing” is the worst nominee and winner and so is “High Cost of Living.”
    “Only You Can Love Me This Way” by Keith Urban and “Then” by Brad Paisley should hae nominated.

    1997: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

    Erykah Badu – “On & On”
    Mariah Carey – “Honey”
    Whitney Houston – “I Believe In You And Me”
    Chaka Khan – “Summertime”
    Patti LaBelle – “When You Talk About Love”

    Replacement: “Honey” or “Summertime.” I would replace them Janet Jackson’s “Together Again.”

    2000: Song of the Year

     “Beautiful Day” (U2)
    “Breathe” (Stephanie Bentley & Holly Lamar)
    “I Hope You Dance” (Mark D. Sanders & Tia Sellers)
    “I Try” (Macy Gray, Jinsoo Lim, Jeremy Ruzumna & David Wilder)
    “Say My Name” (La Shawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyoncé Knowles, LeToya Lucket, LaTavia Roberson & Kelendria Rowland)

    Replacement: “I Try” i would have replaced it “With Arms Wide Open” by Creed.

    2001: Best Dance Recording

    •    “One More Time” by Daft Punk
    •    “I Feel Loved” by Depeche Mode
    •    “Out of Nowhere” by Gloria Estefan
    •    “All For You” by Janet Jackson
    •    “Angel” by Lionel Ritchie

    Replacement: “I Feel Loved” one word – boring! “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” by Kylie Minogue should have nominated and it’ll be a neck-to-neck with Janet.

    Together Again by Janet Jackson was released after the cutoff for 1997 and Kylie’s Can’t Get You Out Of My Head was released after the 2001 cutoff.  I thought that I Feel Loved was actually one of the most dance oriented nominees ever in this category.

    I would have replaced the sing songy Say My Name by Destinys Child with With Arms Wide Open by Creed for Song of the Year.

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    #374911

    Best Female Pop Vocal Performance 2006:

    • Natasha Bedingfield — “Unwritten
    • Sheryl Crow — “You Can Close Your Eyes”
    • Pink — “Stupid Girls
    • KT Tunstall — “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
      Christina Aguilera – “Ain’t No Other Man”

      OUT: Sheryl Crow
      IN: Jojo, “Too Little Too Late”

      2007:

      • Christina Aguilera — “Candyman
      • Feist — “1234
      • Fergie — “Big Girls Don’t Cry
      • Nelly Furtado — “Say It Right
        Amy Winehouse – “Rehab”

        OUT: Christina Aguilera
        IN: Kelly Clarkson, “Never Again” or “Sober”

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    2000: Best Dance Recording

    •   “Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Baha Men
    •    “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” by Eiffel 65
    •    “Be with You” by Enrique Iglesias
    •    “Let’s Get Loud” by Jennifer Lopez
    •    “Natural Blues” by Moby

    OUT: Baha Men, Enrique Iglesias
    IN: Madonna, “Music”, Kylie Minogue, “Spinning Around”

    2008 Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

    • Beyoncé — “Me, Myself and I (Live)”
    • Keyshia Cole — “Heaven Sent”
    • Jennifer Hudson — “Spotlight”
    • Jazmine Sullivan — “Need U Bad”
    • Alicia Keys — “Superwoman”

      OUT: Beyonce, Keyshia Cole, Alicia Keys (the track)
      IN: Mariah Carey, “I’ll Be Lovin U Long Time”, Mary J Blige, “Stay Down”, Alicia Keys, “Like I’ll Never See You Again”

      Aaaaaand Whitney Houston should have gotten into the 2009 r&b female race and won for “Million Dollar Bill”

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    [quote=”misterjabs”]2000: Best Dance Recording

    •   “Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Baha Men
    •    “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” by Eiffel 65
    •    “Be with You” by Enrique Iglesias
    •    “Let’s Get Loud” by Jennifer Lopez
    •    “Natural Blues” by Moby

    Replacement: apparently the worst nominee and winner in this category should be replaced by Kylie Minogue’s “Spinning Around”

    2000: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

    B.B. King & Dr. John – “Is You Is, Or Is You Ain’t (My Baby)”
    Mariah Carey, 98 Degrees & Joe -“Thank God I Found You”
    Sheryl Crow & Sarah McLachlan – “The Difficult Kind”
    Celine Dion & Frank Sinatra -“All The Way”
    Lauryn Hill & Bob Marley – “Turn Your Lights Down Low”

    Replacement: “Thank God I Found You” the song is good but the collaboration is dull. “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” by Whitney Houston and Enrique Iglesias should have nominated.

    1999: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

    Eric Benet & Tamia – “Spend My Life With You”
    Mary J. Blige & Aretha Franklin – “Don’t Waste Your Time”
    Destiny’s Child – “Bills, Bills, Bills”
    Whitney Houston, Faith Evans & Kelly Price – “Heartbreak Hotel”
    TLC – “No Scrubs” [ Fanmail ] (winner)

    Replacement: “Don’t Waste Your Time” is out of place and lotta shouting. “As” by George Michael & Mary J. Blige should have nominated. 

    2009: Best Country Song

    “All I Ask For Anymore” (Casey Beathard & Tim James) [Trace Adkins]
    “High Cost Of Living” (Jamey Johnson & James Slater) [Jamey Johnson]
    “I Run To You” (Tom Douglas, Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott) [Lady Antebellum]
    “People Are Crazy” (Bobby Braddock & Troy Jones) [Billy Currington]
    “White Horse” (Liz Rose & Taylor Swift) [Taylor Swift] (winner) {Fearless}

    Replacement: “High Cost of Living” i like Jamey Johnson but the song has no appeal at all. “Just A Dream” or “Chicken Fried” should have nominated.

    2009: Best Male Country Vocal Performance

    Trace Adkins – “All I Ask For Anyone
    Billy Currington – “People Are Crazy”
    Jamey Johnson – “High Cost Of Living”
    George Strait – “Living For The Night”
    Keith Urban – “Sweet Thing” (winner) [Defying Gavity]

    Replacement: “Sweet Thing” is the worst nominee and winner and so is “High Cost of Living.”
    “Only You Can Love Me This Way” by Keith Urban and “Then” by Brad Paisley should hae nominated.

    1997: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

    Erykah Badu – “On & On”
    Mariah Carey – “Honey”
    Whitney Houston – “I Believe In You And Me”
    Chaka Khan – “Summertime”
    Patti LaBelle – “When You Talk About Love”

    Replacement: “Honey” or “Summertime.” I would replace them Janet Jackson’s “Together Again.”

    2000: Song of the Year

     “Beautiful Day” (U2)
    “Breathe” (Stephanie Bentley & Holly Lamar)
    “I Hope You Dance” (Mark D. Sanders & Tia Sellers)
    “I Try” (Macy Gray, Jinsoo Lim, Jeremy Ruzumna & David Wilder)
    “Say My Name” (La Shawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyoncé Knowles, LeToya Lucket, LaTavia Roberson & Kelendria Rowland)

    Replacement: “I Try” i would have replaced it “With Arms Wide Open” by Creed.

    2001: Best Dance Recording

    •    “One More Time” by Daft Punk
    •    “I Feel Loved” by Depeche Mode
    •    “Out of Nowhere” by Gloria Estefan
    •    “All For You” by Janet Jackson
    •    “Angel” by Lionel Ritchie

    Replacement: “I Feel Loved” one word – boring! “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” by Kylie Minogue should have nominated and it’ll be a neck-to-neck with Janet.

    Together Again by Janet Jackson was released after the cutoff for 1997 and Kylie’s Can’t Get You Out Of My Head was released after the 2001 cutoff.  I thought that I Feel Loved was actually one of the most dance oriented nominees ever in this category.

    I would have replaced the sing songy Say My Name by Destinys Child with With Arms Wide Open by Creed for Song of the Year.

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    i understand Janet Jackson’s being ineligible for 1997 Grammy Awards for “Together Again” but Kylie Minogue is eligible. “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” was released September 8, 2001. 44th Grammy’s eligibility period was October 1, 2000 – September 30, 2001

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    Album of the Year:

    2011
    Remove:
    Rihanna – Loud
    Bruno Mars – Doo Wops & Hooligans
    Foo Fighters – Wasting Light
    Replace with:
    Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
    Bon Iver – Bon Iver
    Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues

    2010
    Remove:
    Katy Perry – Teenage Dream
    Replace with:
    The Black Keys – Brothers

    2009
    Remove:
    The Black Eyed Peas – The E.N.D.
    Beyonce – I Am…Sasha Fierce
    Dave Matthews Band – Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King
    Replace with:
    Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
    Grizzly Bear – Veckatimest
    Animal Collective – Merriweather Post Pavillion

    2008
    Remove:
    Ne-Yo – Year of the Gentlemen
    Replace with any of the following:
    MGMT – Oracular Spectacular
    Fleet Foxes – Fleet Foxes
    Portishead – Third
    Bon Iver – For Emma, Forever Ago
    TV on the Radio – Dear Science
    Vampire Weekend – Vampire Weekend

    2007
    Remove:
    Herbie Hancock – River: The Joni Letters
    Vince Gill – These Days
    Foo Fighters – Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
    Replace with any of the following:
    Arcade Fire – Neon Bible
    M.I.A. – Kala
    Bruce Springsteen – Magic
    LCD Soundsystem – Sound of Silver

    2006
    Remove:
    John Mayer – Continuum
    Dixie Chicks – Taking the Long Way
    Replace with any of the following:
    Bob Dylan – Modern Times
    Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not
    TV on the Radio – Return to Cookie Mountain
    Cat Power – The Greatest

    2005
    Remove:
    Gwen Stefani – Love.Angel.Music.Baby
    Replace with any of the following:
    Sufjan Stevens – Illinois
    Antony & The Johnsons – I Am a Bird Now
    Gorillaz – Demon Days
    M.I.A. – Arular

    2004
    Remove:
    Ray Charles – Genius Loves Company
    Alicia Keys – The Diary of Alicia Keys
    Replace with any of the following:
    Arcade Fire – Funeral
    The Killers – Hot Fuss
    Brian Wilson – Smile
    Loretta Lynn – Van Lear Rose
    Jay-Z – The Black Album

    2003
    Remove:
    Evanescence – Fallen
    Replace with:
    Johnny Cash – American IV: The Man Comes Around

    2002
    Remove:
    Nelly – Nellyville
    Dixie Chicks – Home
    Replace with any of the following:
    Coldplay – A Rush of Blood to the Head
    Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
    Queens of the Stone Age – Songs for the Deaf
    Interpol – Turn on the Bright Lights
    Beck – Sea Change

    2001
    Remove:
    India.Arie – Acoustic Soul
    Replace with any of the following:
    The Strokes – Is This It
    The White Stripes – White Blood Cells
    Jay-Z – The Blueprint
    Alicia Keys – Songs in A Minor
    System of a Down – Toxicity
    Missy Elliott – Miss E…So Addictive
    Daft Punk – Discovery
    Radiohead – Amnesiac

    2000
    Remove:
    Paul Simon – You’re the One
    Replace with:
    Coldplay – Parachutes

    1999
    Remove:
    Backstreet Boys – Millennium
    Diana Krall – When I Look in Your Eyes
    Dixie Chicks – Fly
    Replace with:
    Moby – Play
    Eminem – The Slip Shady LP
    The Flaming Lips – The Soft Bulletin

    1998
    Remove:
    Sheryl Crow – The Globe Sessions
    Replace with:
    OutKast – Aquemini

    1997
    Remove:
    Babyface – The Day
    Paula Cole – This Fire
    Replace with:
    The Notorious B.I.G. – Life After Death
    The Verve – Urban Hymns

    1996
    Remove:
    Celine Dion – Falling Into You
    Soundtrack – Waiting to Exhale
    Replace with:
    Oasis – (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?
    2Pac – All Eyez on Me

    1995
    Remove:
    Mariah Carey – Daydream
    Joan Osborne – Relish
    Michael Jackson – HIStory Past, Present & Future
    Replace with any of the following:
    Radiohead – The Bends
    Portishead – Dummy
    TLC – CrazySexyCool
    Nirvana – MTV Unplugged in New York
    Foo Fighters – Foo Fighters
    Garbage – Garbage
    Mary J. Blige – My Life

    1994 (possible worst lineup ever, when you take into consideration that there were a lot of critically-acclaimed hit albums that year)
    Remove:
    Tony Bennett – MTV Unplugged
    The 3 Tenors – The 3 Tenors in Concert 1994
    Bonnie Raitt – Longing in Their Hearts
    Seal – Seal
    Eric Clapton – From the Cradle
    Replace with any of the following:
    Green Day – Dookie
    Pearl Jam – Vs.
    Live – Throwing Copper
    Soundgarden – Superunknown
    Nine Inch Nails – The Downward Spiral
    The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready to Die
    Snoop Doggy Dogg – Doggystyle
    Beastie Boys – Ill Communication
    Weezer – Weezer (The Blue Album)
    Sarah McLachlan – Fumbling Towards Ecstacy
    Oasis – Definitely Maybe
    Blur – Parklife
    Johnny Cash – American Recordings
    Beck – Mellow Gold
    Wu-Tang Clan – Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
    Nas – Illmatic
    Hole – Live Through This

    1993
    Remove:
    Billy Joel – River of Dreams
    Donald Fagen – Kamakiriad
    Sting – Ten Summoner’s Tales
    Whitney Houston – The Bodyguard Soundtrack
    Replace with any of the following:
    Nirvana – In Utero
    Smashing Pumpkins – Siamese Dream
    Dr. Dre – The Chronic
    Bjork – Debut
    Liz Phair – Exile in Guyville
    Rage Against the Machine – Rage Against the Machine
    Sheryl Crow – Tuesday Night Music Club

    1992
    I have no problem with this lineup. Beauty and the Beast would be the least-acclaimed nominee of the bunch, but I enjoy that album.  Beastie Boys’ Check Your Head and Tori Amos’ Little Earthquakes would also be welcome, perhaps instead of Annie Lennox’s Diva?

    1991
    Remove:
    Natalie Cole – Unforgettable…with Love
    Bonnie Raitt – Luck of the Draw
    Amy Grant – Heart in Motion
    Paul Simon – The Rhythm of the Saints
    Replace with:
    Nirvana – Nevermind
    Metallica – Metallica (The Black Album)
    Pearl JamTen
    Red Hot Chili Peppers – Blood Sugar Sex Magik

    1990 (another one of the worst lineups ever)
    Remove:
    Quincy Jones – Back on the Block
    Wilson Phillips – Wilson Phillips
    MC Hammer – Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em
    Phil Collins – …But Seriously
    Mariah Carey – Mariah Carey
    Replace with:
    Depeche Mode – Violator
    Sinead O’Connor – I Do Not What What I Haven’t Got
    Public Enemy – Fear of a Black Planet
    Jane’s Addiction – Ritual de lo Habitual
    Sonic Youth – Goo
    and possibly Garth Brooks – No Fences, if we need a megahit in there as well.

    TO BE CONTINUED…

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    1999

    Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

    Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (That Thing)
    Janet Jackson – I Get Lonely
    Aretha Franklin – A Rose Is Still A Rose
    Erykah Badu – Tyrone
    Aaliyah – Are You That Somebody

    Out – Janet Jackson
    In – Deborah Cox – Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here

    I completely feel you on DebCox deserving a nod, but that Janet song is hot! “I Get Lonely” is one of my favorite Janet songs and my favorite Janet song off Velvet Rope.  I would toss Aretha’s track, if any.  Still, a solid line up that year.

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