Ferdy added Best Album & Best Track to their recently collected Brit Awards, and 2004's Mercury Music Prize.
This year's event took place at London's Hammersmith Palais. New Order, who won the Godlike Genius Award, played a four song set. Songs played were new single 'Krafty', 'Love Will Tear Us Apart', ’Blue Monday', and 'Crystal' which Bernard Sumner dedicated to The Killers. No, I don't know why either.
Pete Doherty didn't show - sensible boy - but Carl Barat did to pick up the Libertines' Best British Band award which he then dedicated to his estranged band mate and friend. The award was presented by Graham Coxon who picked up the Best Male Solo Artist.
Finally, former DiS Records signees Kaiser Chiefs bagged the Philip Hall Radar Award. Well done lads.
Here's the award's list in full - yes, even the 'silly' ones:
Best British Band – The Libertines
Godlike Genius Award – New Order
Best Album – Franz Ferdinand ‘Franz Ferdinand’
Best Event – Paul McCartney/Glastonbury 2004
Best Live Band – Muse
Best New Band – Razorlight
Best Solo Artist – Graham Coxon
Best Track – Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Take Me Out’
Best International Band – The Killers
The John Peel Award For Musical Innovation - The Others
The Phillip Hall Radar Award – Kaiser Chiefs
Best Video – Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’
Best Music DVD – Oasis’ ‘Definitely Maybe’
Best Film – ‘Shaun Of The Dead’
Best TV Show – ‘Little Britain’
Best Radio Show – Zane Lowe
Best Dressed – Brandon Flowers, The Killers
Worst Dressed – Britney Spears
Best Live Venue – London Carling Brixton Academy
Best Website – NME.COM
Hero Of The Year – John Peel
Villain Of The Year – George W Bush
Sexiest Man – Brandon Flowers, The Killers
Sexiest Woman – Gwen Stefani
Worst Album – Busted’s ‘A Present For Everyone’
Worst Band – Busted
DiScuss: NME readers predictable? Whatever next? Since when have The Others been musical innovators? Since when does shouting a lot on the radio merit an award (and yes we're talking about you Zane Lowe)? Go on - have a damn good bitch, below...