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This year's Grammy nominees available January 24th on one CD.

2006 Grammy Nominees To Be Released

2006 Grammy Nominees, which highlights this years nominees by The Recording Academy will be in stores this Tuesday, January 24. The CD is a joint release by The Recording Academy and Sony BMG, and contains 21 of the most recognizable Grammy nominated artists and songs.

The CD is made possible by special arrangements with all of the major music distributors, and the academy rotates the distributor which will release the compilation every year.

“We are proud to continue our successful relationship with The Recording Academy and are so honored that we can once again be associated with one of the music industry’s biggest events,” said Sony BMG’s Strategic Marketing Group Executive Vice President/General Manager Joe Dimuro.

The Recording Academy, established in 1957, is an organization of musicians, producers, engineers and recording professionals. As well as improving the quality of life and cultural condition for music and its makers it is also responsible for groundbreaking professional development, cultural enrichment, advocacy, education and human services programs including the creation of the national public education campaign What’s The Download.

The 48th Annual Grammy Awards will be held on Feb. 8, 2006 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, and will be on CBS at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). The show also will be supported on radio via Westwood One worldwide, and covered online.

Track Listing


  • GORILLAZ, featuring DE LA SOUL — “FEEL GOOD INC.”
    (Record Of The Year)
  • GREEN DAY — “BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS”
    (Record Of The Year)
  • MARIAH CAREY — “IT’S LIKE THAT”
    (Album Of The Year)
  • PAUL McCARTNEY — “FINE LINE”
    (Album Of The Year, Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album)
  • U2 — “CITY OF BLINDING LIGHTS”
    (Album Of The Year, Best Rock Album)
  • RASCAL FLATTS — “BLESS THE BROKEN ROAD”
    (Song Of The Year)
  • BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN — “DEVILS &DUST”
    (Song Of The Year)
  • JOHN LEGEND — “ORDINARY PEOPLE”
    (Song Of The Year)
  • JACK JOHNSON — “SITTING, WAITING, WISHING”
    (Best Male Pop Vocal Performance)
  • SEAL — “WALK ON BY”
    (Best Male Pop Vocal Performance)
  • ROB THOMAS — “LONELY NO MORE”
    (Best Male Pop Vocal Performance)
  • STEVIE WONDER — “FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART”
    (Best Male Pop Vocal Performance)
  • KELLY CLARKSON — “SINCE U BEEN GONE”
    (Best Pop Vocal Album)
  • SHERYL CROW — “GOOD IS GOOD”
    (Best Pop Vocal Album)
  • COLDPLAY — “SPEED OF SOUND”
    (Best Rock Album)
  • FOO FIGHTERS — “BEST OF YOU”
    (Best Rock Album )
  • THE ROLLING STONES — “RAIN FALL DOWN”
    (Best Rock Album)
  • NEIL YOUNG — “THE PAINTER”
    (Best Rock Album )
  • BECK — “E-PRO”
    (Best Alternative Music Album)
  • DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE — “SOUL MEETS BODY”
    (Best Alternative Music Album)
  • FRANZ FERDINAND — “DO YOU WANT TO”
    (Best Alternative Music Album)

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