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ELBOW were last night announced winners of this year's Nationwide Mercury Prize. Their album, The Seldom Seen Kid, beat 11 others to win the title and pounds 20,000. The prize champions UK music and is open to all genres of music.
Alternative Rock band Elbow have won the Nationwide Mercury Prize for the best album of the past year, seven years after first being nominated. The group, who beat Dubstep producer Buria and Radiohead, scooped the Pounds 20,000 prize for The Seldom Seen Kid, which is their fourth studio album.
The rock band Elbow has won the Nationwide Mercury Prize for the best British album of the past year for its offering "The Seldom Seen Kid." The CD is the fourth studio album for the quintet, which first got together 18 years ago.
By Chris Green THE ROCK band Elbow were last night crowned the surprise winners of this years Nationwide Mercury Prize, for their fourth album The Seldom Seen Kid. The five-piece, from Bury, fought off stiff competition from 11 other acts to win the 20,000 prize.
LONDON, Sept. 9, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Nationwide Mercury Prize Awards Show is being held tonight in London and will feature live performances from many of this year's shortlisted artists including The Last Shadow Puppets, Elbow, Estelle, Neon Neon, Adele, Laura Marling and British Sea Power.
By MATTHEW McCREARY FOUR big acts from the world of folk and rock music will be bringing the house down this autumn on one of Belfast's most iconic stages.
By Dorf, Erik R Chhabra, A Bobby; Golish, S Raymond; McGinty, Jasmin L; Pannunzio, Michael E Purpose: This study evaluated the maximum grip strength in a position of elbow extension versus flexion as a diagnostic tool in the assessment of a patient with suspected lateral epicondylitis (LE).
By Charnicia E. Huggins NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Snowboarders who use wrist guards to prevent hand injuries may unwittingly increase their risk of injuring their elbow, upper arm or shoulder, new study findings, reported by researchers in Canada, show.
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