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Winners & Finalists Lists Vodafone NZ Music Awards


Winners For The Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards 2008

Nokia Album of the Year

Winner: Flight Of The Conchords for Flight Of The Conchords

Finalists: Anika Moa - In Swings the Tide

Liam Finn - I'll Be Lightning

Scribe - Rhymebook

Tiki Taane - Past, Present, Future

Vodafone Single of the Year

Winner: Opshop - One Day

Finalists: Liam Finn - Gather To The Chapel

Shihad - One Will Hear The Other

The Phoenix Foundation - Bright Grey

Tiki Taane - Always On My Mind

Steinlager Pure Best Group

Winner: Flight Of The Conchords - Flight Of The Conchords

Finalists: Shihad - Beautiful Machine

The Phoenix Foundation - Happy Ending

Vodafone People’s Choice Award

Winner: Parachute Band

Finalists: Antiform

Horsemen Family

Nesian Mystik

The DFenders

Best Male Solo Artist

Winner: Liam Finn - I'll be Lightning

Finalists: SJD - Songs From A Dictaphone

Tiki Taane - Past, Present, Future

Mazda Best Female Solo Artist

Winner: Anika Moa - In Swings The Tide

Finalists: Aaradhna - Sweet Soul Music

Annabel Fay - Annabel Fay

Kiwi FM Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Winner: Flight Of The Conchords - Flight Of The Conchords

Finalists: Cut Off Your Hands - Blue On Blue

Tiki Taane - Past, Present, Future

C4 Best Music Video

Winner: Ian Hart - Her Hairagami Set (The Brunettes)

Finalists Carey Carter - Tangaroa (Tiki Taane)

Joe Lonie - Gather To The Chapel (Liam Finn)

PPNZ Best Rock Album

Winner: Shihad - Beautiful Machine

Finalists: Liam Finn - I'll Be Lightning

The Phoenix Foundation - Happy Ending

Best Urban/Hip Hop Album

Winner: Scribe - Rhymebook

Finalists: Mareko - White Sunday 2:The Book Of Mark

Young Sid - The Truth

Best Aotearoa Roots Album

Winner: Tiki Taane - Past, Present, Future

Finalists: Katchafire - Say What You’re Thinking

Kora - Kora

Best Dance/Electronica Album

Winner: Recloose - Perfect Timing

Finalists: Magik Johnson - You Are Sound

Shapeshifter – Live

Best Maori Album

Winner: Ruia - 12:24 Tekau Ma Rua, Rua Tekau Ma Wha

Finalists: Moana & the Tribe - Wha

Tiki Taane - Past, Present, Future

Best Gospel/Christian Album

Winner: All Left Out - The Conquest

Finalists: Parachute Band - Roadmaps and Revelations

The Ember Days - Your Eyes Light Up


Best Classical Album

Winner: Michael Houstoun - Inland

Finalists: Gillian Whitehead - Puhake ki te rangi

NZTrio - Bright Tide Moving Between

Awards where no finalists are announced:

The New Zealand Herald Legacy Award

Winner: Straitjacket Fits

International Achievement Award

Winner: Flight of the Conchords

Savage

Highest Selling NZ Single

Winner: Opshop – One Day

Highest Selling NZ Album

Winner: Opshop – Second Hand Planet

NZ On Air Radio Airplay Record of the Year

Winner: Opshop – Maybe

Technical awards already presented:

Best Album Cover to Barny Bewick for Keep Me On Your Side (Goodnight Nurse)

Best Engineer to Lee Prebble for Happy Ending (The Phoenix Foundation)

Best Producer to Lee Prebble for Happy Ending (The Phoenix Foundation)

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