Mercury Music Prize 1998-2000

From 1998 there were now two more nominees every year (bringing the total to twelve) and the prize got a new sponsor – so also got a new name, the Technics Mercury Music Prize, sponsored by Technics.

Technics Mercury Music Prize 1998

Took place on 16th September 1998.

Nominees:

  • Asian Dub Foundation – Rafi’s Revenge
  • Eliza Carthy – Red Rice
  • Catatonia – International Velvet
  • Cornershop – When I Was Born for the Seventh Time
  • 4hero – Two Pages
  • Gomez – Bring it On
  • Massive Attack – Mezzanine
  • Propellerheads – Decksandrumsandrockandroll
  • Pulp – This is Hardcore
  • John Surman – Proverbs and Songs
  • The Verve – Urban Hymns
  • Robbie Williams – Life Thru a Lens

Winner: Gomez

Technics Mercury Music Prize 1999

Took place on 7th September 1999.

Nominees:

  • Thomas Adès – Asyla
  • Denys Baptiste – Be Where You Are
  • Black Star Liner – Bengali Bantam Youth Experience!
  • Blur – 13
  • The Chemical Brothers – Surrender
  • Faithless – Sunday 8pm
  • Manic Street Preachers – This is My Truth Tell Me Yours
  • Beth Orton – Central Reservation
  • Kate Rusby – Sleepless
  • Talvin Singh – OK
  • Underworld – Beaucoup Fish

Winner: Talvin Singh

Technics Mercury Music Prize 2000

Took place on 12th September 2000.

Nominees:

  • Richard Ashcroft – Alone with Everybody
  • Badly Drawn Boy – The Hour of Bewilderbeast
  • Coldplay – Parachutes
  • M.J. Cole – Sincere
  • Death in Vegas – The Contino Sessions
  • The Delgados – The Great Eastern
  • Doves – Lost Souls
  • Helicopter Girl – How to Steal the World
  • Leftfield – Rhythm and Stealth
  • Nicholas Maw – Violin Concerto
  • Nitin Sawhney – Beyond Skin
  • Kathryn Williams – Little Black Numbers

Winner: Badly Drawn Boy

Further information

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