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They're All Contenders

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSDEC. 5, 2003

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The following are among the nominees, announced yesterday, for the 46th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented on Feb. 8 in Los Angeles:

RECORD OF THE YEAR

''Crazy in Love,'' Beyoncé, featuring Jay-Z

''Where Is the Love,'' Black Eyed Peas and Justin Timberlake

''Clocks,'' Coldplay

''Lose Yourself,'' Eminem

'Hey Ya!'' OutKast

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

''Under Construction,'' Missy Elliott

''Fallen,'' Evanescence

''Speakerboxxx/The Love Below,'' OutKast

''Justified,'' Justin Timberlake

''Elephant,'' the White Stripes

SONG OF THE YEAR

''Beautiful,'' Linda Perry (sung by Christina Aguilera)

''Dance With My Father,'' Richard Marx and Luther Vandross (Luther Vandross)

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''I'm With You,'' Avril Lavigne and the Matrix (Avril Lavigne)

''Keep Me in Your Heart,'' Jorge Calderón and Warren Zevon (Warren Zevon)

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''Lose Yourself,'' J. Bass, M. Mathers and L. Resto (Eminem)

NEW ARTIST

Evanescence

50 Cent

Fountains of Wayne

Heather Headley

Sean Paul

FEMALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE

'Beautiful,'' Christina Aguilera

''Miss Independent,'' Kelly Clarkson

''White Flag,'' Dido

''I'm With You,'' Avril Lavigne

''Fallen,'' Sarah McLachlan

MALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE

''Any Road,'' George Harrison

''Ain't No Mountain High Enough,'' Michael McDonald

''Send Your Love,'' Sting

''Cry Me a River,'' Justin Timberlake

''Keep Me in Your Heart,'' Warren Zevon

POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCALS

''Misunderstood,'' Bon Jovi

''Hole in the World,'' Eagles

''Stacy's Mom,'' Fountains of Wayne

''Unwell,'' Matchbox Twenty

''Underneath It All,'' No Doubt

POP COLLABORATION WITH VOCALS

''Can't Hold Us Down,'' Christina Aguilera and Lil' Kim

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''La Vie en Rose,'' Tony Bennett and K. D. Lang

''Gonna Change My Way of Thinking,'' Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples

''Feel Good Time,'' Pink, featuring William Orbit

''Whenever I Say Your Name,'' Sting and Mary J. Blige

POP VOCAL ALBUM

''Stripped,'' Christina Aguilera

''Brainwashed,'' George Harrison

''Bare,'' Annie Lennox

''Motown,'' Michael McDonald

''Justified,'' Justin Timberlake

DANCE RECORDING

''Love One Another,'' Cher

''Easy,'' Groove Armada

''Die Another Day,'' Madonna

''Come Into My World,'' Kylie Minogue

''Breathe,'' Télépopmusik

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TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM

''A Wonderful World,'' Tony Bennett and K. D. Lang

''The Last Concert,'' Rosemary Clooney

''Bette Midler Sings the Rosemary Clooney Songbook,'' Bette Midler

''As Time Goes By . . . The Great American Songbook: Volume II,'' Rod Stewart

''The Movie Album,'' Barbra Streisand

FEMALE ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE

''Are You Happy Now?'' Michelle Branch

''Losing Grip,'' Avril Lavigne

''Trouble,'' Pink

''Time of Our Lives,'' Bonnie Raitt

''Righteously,'' Lucinda Williams

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MALE ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE

''New Killer Star,'' David Bowie

''Down in the Flood,'' Bob Dylan

''If I Could Fall in Love,'' Lenny Kravitz

''Gravedigger,'' Dave Matthews

''Return of Jackie and Judy,'' Tom Waits

ROCK PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

''Times Like These,'' Foo Fighters

''There There,'' Radiohead

''Calling All Angels,'' Train

''Seven Nation Army,'' White Stripes

''Disorder in the House,'' Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen

HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE

''Like a Stone,'' Audioslave

''Bring Me to Life,'' Evanescence, featuring Paul McCoy

''Straight Out of Line,'' Godsmack

''Just Because,'' Jane's Addiction

''Go With the Flow,'' Queens of the Stone Age

METAL PERFORMANCE

''Did My Time,'' Korn

''mOBSCENE,'' Marilyn Manson

''St. Anger,'' Metallica

''Smothered,'' Spineshank

''Inhale,'' Stone Sour

ROCK SONG

''Bring Me to Life,'' David Hodges, Amy Lee and Ben Moody (sung by Evanescence, featuring Paul McCoy)

''Calling All Angels,'' Charlie Colin, Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood (Train)

''Disorder in the House,'' Jorge Calderón and Warren Zevon (Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen)

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''Seven Nation Army,'' Jack White (White Stripes)

''Someday,'' Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Ryan Vikedal (Nickelback)

ROCK ALBUM

''Audioslave,'' Audioslave

''Fallen,'' Evanescence

''One by One,'' Foo Fighters

''More Than You Think You Are,'' Matchbox Twenty

''The Long Road,'' Nickelback

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