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Grammy: Which are the Best Alternative Music Albums

By Gold Derby News Desk

HollywoodNews.com: While they agree about who will win this race, Gold Derby’s music experts Darrin Dortch and David Schnelwar disagree about who should win.

BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ALBUM
“The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire
“Infinite Arms,” Band of Horses
“Brothers,” The Black Keys
“Broken Bells,” Broken Bells
“Contra,” Vampire Weekend
Darrin’s take: Album of the Year nominees Arcade Fire should easily win here, but watch out for The Black Keys. They’ve been campaigning throughout the voting period and surprisingly picked up four nominations.
Will win: “The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire
Should win: “Brothers,” The Black Keys
Spoiler: “Brothers,” The Black Keys
David’s take: Arcade Fire’s “The Suburbs” is a lock to win in this category. In the past twenty years, there have been seven Album of the Year nominations that won in this category. But only once has an Album of the Year nominee lost to a non-nominee — in 1993 when U2’s “Zooropa” beat R.E.M.’s “Automatic For The People.” Band Of Horses, The Black Keys, Broken Bells and Vampire Weekend are not likely to upset.
Will win: “The Suburbs.” Arcade Fire
Should win: “The Suburbs.” Arcade Fire
Spoiler: No one

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