Much Music Video Award Nominees

Published: 2004-05-28
Video may have killed the radio star; but it also spawned a whole new category of award shows – the video music awards. On June 20 Much Music will celebrate the fifteenth annual Video Music Awards in Toronto. This year the broadcast is being offered in high definition TV. This is the first time a live music awards show has been offered in high definition.

Montreal artist Sam Roberts leads the nominations list with eight; followed by Billy Talent with six. Nominations for the 2004 Much Music Video Music Awards are:

Best Video
"Try Honesty" by Billy Talent
"One Thing" by Finger Eleven
"Powerless (Say What You Want): by Nelly Furtado
"Into Your Hideout" by Pilate
"Hard Road" by Sam Roberts

Best Director
"Try Honesty," by Billy Talent (dir. Sean Michael Turrell)
"Throwing it All Away," by Default (dir. Andrew McNaughton)
"Heaven Only Knows," by K-OS (dir. Don Allan)
"Into Your Hideout," by Pilate (dir. Maxime Giroux)
"Hard Road," by Sam Roberts (dir. Kyle Davison)

Best Post-Production
"Try Honesty," by Billy Talent
"Into Your Hideout," by Pilate
"Hard Road," by Sam Roberts
"Where Have All The Good People Gone," by Sam Roberts
"Way Back in the Day," by Universal Soul

Best Cinematography
"Try Honesty," by Billy Talent
"Throwing it All Away," by Default
"Who Dat," by Jelleestone featuring Elephant Man
"Melt Into the Walls," by Pilate
"Hard Road," by Sam Roberts

Best Pop Video
"Take Me Away," by Fefe Dobson
"Anger As Beauty," by Hawksley Workman
"Tomorrow," by Lillix
"Powerless (Say What You Want)," by Nelly Furtado
"Hard Road," by Sam Roberts

MuchLOUD Best Rock Video
"Try Honesty," by Billy Talent
"Good Times," by Finger Eleven
"One Thing," by Finger Eleven
"Someday," by Nickelback
"(I Hate) Everything About You," by Three Days Grace

MuchVIBE BestRap Video
"Skyline," by Choclair
"Who Dat," by Jelleestone featuring Elephant Man
"Heaven Only Knows," by K-OS
"The Throwback," by Tone Mason featuring Brassmunk/G. Stokes/Graph Nobel
"Way Back in the Day," by Universal Soul

Best R&B Video
"Pimpin' Life," by Big Black Lincoln
"Friend of Mine," by In Essence
"Unpredictable," by Keshia Chante
"Where I'm Going," by Melanie Durrant featuring Common
"Missed Your Chance," by Ray Robinson

Best Independent Video
"Counterparts And Number Them," by Alexisonfire
"Into Your Hideout," by Pilate
"The Thing About It," by Sweatshop Union
"Not Ready To Go," by The Trews
"The Throwback," by Tone Mason featuring Brassmunk/G. Stokes/Graph Nobel

MuchMoreMusic Award
"We Will Still Need a Song," by Hawksley Workman
"Powerless (Say What You Want)," by Nelly Furtado
"Hard Road," by Sam Roberts
"Fallen," by Sarah McLachlan
"Forever and for Always," by Shania Twain

Best French Video
"poussiere d'ange," by Ariane Moffatt
"parce qu'on vient de loin," by Corneille
"le vent soufflait mes pelligules," by Daniel Boucher
"l'amour dans le desert," by Stefie Shock
"anesthesia," by Vulgaires Machins

Best International Video - Artist
"P.I.M.P.," by 50 Cent
"Crazy In Love," by Beyonc» featuring Jay-Z
"Toxic," by Britney Spears
"Right Thurr," by Chingy
"The Voice Within," by Christina Aguilera
"Come Clean," by Hilary Duff
"All Falls Down," by Kanye West
"Stand Up," by Ludacris
"Pass That Dutch," by Missy Elliott
"Yeah!" by Usher featuirng Ludacris & Lil' Jon

Best International Video - Group
"Ch-Check It Out," by Beastie Boys
"Where Is the Love?" by Black Eyed Peas
"My Immortal," by Evanescence
"Hold On," by Good Charlotte
"The Reason," by Hoobastank
"Megalomaniac," by Incubus
"Are You Gonna Be My Girl," by Jet
"Hey Ya!" by OutKast
"Walkie Talkie Man," by Steriogram
"I Believe In a Thing Called Love," by the Darkness

People's Choice: Favorite International Group
"Where Is The Love?" by Black Eyed Peas
"My Immortal," by Evanescence
"Girls & Boys," by Good Charlotte
"Numb," by Linkin Park
"Hey Ya!" by OutKast

People's Choice: Favorite International Artist
"P.I.M.P.," by 50 Cent
"Crazy In Love," by Beyonc» featuring Jay-Z
"Toxic," by Britney Spears
"Come Clean," by Hilary Duff
"Yeah," by Usher featuring Ludacris & Lil' Jon

People's Choice: Favorite Canadian Group
"Try Honesty," by Billy Talent
"One Thing, by Finger Eleven
"Someday," by Nickelback
"Perfect," by Simple Plan
"(I Hate) Everything About You," by Three Days Grace

People's Choice: Favorite Canadian Artist
"Don't Tell Me," by Avril Lavigne
"Take Me Away," by Fefe Dobson
"Anger As Beauty," by Hawksley Workman
"Powerless (Say What You Want)," by Nelly Furtado
"Hard Road," by Sam Roberts

Writer: Sherrill Fulghum

   

 

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i like the site! kalan porter is also on the People's choice: favourite canadian artist list.
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