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Pop Factory Awards Winners 2002
The winners list of last weekendÕs Welsh music awards in full.
The winners list of last weekendÕs Welsh music awards in full.


Best Pop Factory Performance - Feeder
Sponsored by the University of Glamorgan

Feeder's fourth album 'Comfort In Sound', released last month, has been widely acknowledged as their best album yet, going gold in the first week of release. Having headlined the Evening Session tent at Reading and Leeds Festivals this year, Feeder will return to Wales early next year on their extensive UK tour.

Also nominated; A, Atomic Kitten, Beverley Knight, Halo, JJ72, Kelly Jones, Romeo, Sophie Ellis Bextor, The Darkness, The Jeevas, The Kennedy Soundtrack, The Libertines, Travis, Victoria Beckham

Best New Talent - Sammo Hung
Sponsored by ELWA in association with Barfly

2000 saw the Cardiff based band play their first outing at Radio One's One Live In Cardiff. Since then Sammo Hung have released two brilliantly received singles.

Also nominated; Amy Wadge, Funeral For A Friend, High Contrast

Best CD Release - Manic Street Preachers 'Forever Delayed'
Sponsored by Coca-Cola

Manic Street Preachers released their greatest hits album 'Forever Delayed' last month, which headed straight into the top five. Containing eighteen singles from the band's extraordinary thirteen year career, the album also included two new tracks, the top ten single 'There By The Grace Of God' and 'Door To The River'.

Also nominated; Ash (Intergalatic Sonic 7's), Coldplay (A Rush Of Blood To The Head), David Gray (A New Day At Midnight), Doves (The Last Broadcast), Idlewild (The Remote Part), Ms Dynamite (A Little Deeper), Norah Jones (Come Away With Me), The Streets (Original Pirate Material)

Best Pop Act - Liberty X
Sponsored by Red Dragon FM

Liberty X have had a phenomenal year with the release of their debut album 'Thinking It Over ', and the success of their singles 'Got To Have Your Love' and 'Just A Little' (the band's, and their record label's, first number one).

Also nominated; Atomic Kitten, Blue, Darius, Sugababes

Sesiwn Hwyr Best New Welsh Language Talent - Texas Radio Band
Sponsored by S4C

Texas Radio Band formed in 1999 in Carmarthen, and have so far released a mini album and a single. They won best new band at The Radio Cymru awards recently.

Also nominated; Baswca, MC Seissmundo, Mwsog


Sesiwn Hwyr Best Welsh Language Talent - Pep Le Pew
Sponsored by Welsh Language Board

Portmadog's five piece hip hop band Pep Le Pew released their debut album last year, leading them to be nominated for several awards this year. Booby Trap singles club recently released the group's latest single 'Hiphopcracy'.

Also nominated; Big Leaves, Zabrinski, Llwybr Llaethog

Contribution To The Welsh Music Industry - Kingsley Ward
Sponsored by the Welsh Music Foundation

Kingsley Ward, along with his brother Charles, set up Rockfield Studios in the early 60s. As the world's first residential recording studios, based in the Wye Valley just outside of Monmouth, Kingsley has brought many influential bands to the studios from Queen, to Motorhead, to Oasis and Manic Street Preachers. From 1996 to 1997 alone, five classic albums were recorded at Rockfield from Oasis, Ash, Black Grape, The Charlatans and The Boo Radleys.

Best Pop Factory Debut - The Cooper Temple Clause
Sponsored by Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

Winners of the Best New British Band at this year's Kerrang! Awards, 2002 has seen The Cooper Temple Clause grace the covers of the NME and Kerrang! as well as receiving great acclaim for their debut album 'See Through This and Leave'.

Also nominated; Blue, Daniel Beddingfield, Electric Soft Parade, Hundred Reasons, Misteeq,The Darkness, The Libertines, The Parkinsons

Best Live Act - Lostprophets
Sponsored by Sonig

Voted for by the viewers of The Pop Factory, Lostprophets are an exceptional live force. From headlining this year's inaugural Kerrang! Weekender, to being part of the US Ozzfest tour, the six piece from Pontypridd have had an amazing 2002.

Also nominated; A, Feeder, Hundred Reasons, The Datsuns

Cardiff 2008 European Capital of Culture Outstanding Contribution to Music Award
Manic Street Preachers
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