Awards Ceremony

Hey guys. Sorry we never got to do the awards ceremony. I kept forgetting to ask people to vote. Oh, well. Here are the votes I did get in. And for the record, since we have the Oscars, the Grammys, and the Emmys. These will be the Timmys. :) Yup. You heard right. I know you’re too blown away for words right now. So without further ado, here are the awards:

.shifty { vertical-align: middle; width: 19px; height: 19px; }Best Dance Album: Threads by Ed Wong and Rob Au
“This is the first time that an album has won the Timmys award for best dance album.” ”

Best Cover: Bitter Sweet by Nat Lim and Hazel Tenefrancia
“Having 2 girls win for best cover over you… now that’s bittersweet. I think… *shifty eyes*

Best Layout/Design: Bad Boys II by Bob Ngo and Cyrus Quioc
“I guess being late counts for something after all… *shifty eyes*

Best Flow/Selection: In the Name of Love by Brian Lim and Nathan Tenefrancia
“This is the first time a double CD has won for the best flow and selection. This is also the first comment without the shifty eyes in a long while.”

Best Liners: Life: Unplugged by Valerie Quioc and Tim Bendicion
“This is the first album that has won for best liners despite their confusing liners. Hint: the guy icon depicts what Tim wrote, and the girl icon depicts what Val wrote. ;)”

We will now present the next special award, which may require some explanation. The award is called the Mark Quioc “technical difficulties” Award. With no disrespect to its namesake, Mark’s first CD had a few technical problems which hindered people from listening to it in their CD player. This year, Mark’s CD suffered a few glitches, but was barely beaten out by another album. Let’s have a standing ovation for the winners of this year’s Mark Quioc “technical difficulties” Award, The Pursuit of Truth by Joyce Chingcuangco and Jon Chen. :)
We’re now drawing near to the final, most coveted award: The Best Overall Album. Who will take it? And who will be left in the dust? Let’s move on and we’ll find out.

Best Single: Lovely by Michelle Tumes from the album, Don’t Give Up and Don’t Let Go
“Michelle Tumes was nominated for the Dove Award for New Artist of the Year in 1999, but was beaten by Jennifer Knapp.”

Catchiest Song: I Don’t Miss You Anymore by Lisa Ekdahl from the album, In the Name of Love
“I don’t know anything about Lisa Ekdahl. *shifty eyes*

And now, the moment we’ve all been waiting for…

Best Overall Album:
Don’t Give Up & Don’t Let Go by Stan Sy and Grace Tan!!

That’s all, folks! Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did writing it. Congratulations to everyone who won. Every CD is a winner in my book. Great job to all! Hope you guys will do another one even in my absence. Keep the music alive. :)

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