Lo Nuestro Award for Rock/Alternative Album of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Awards for Rock/Alternative Album of the Year
Awarded for Rock/Alternative Album of the Year
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 2001
Last awarded 2013
Most awards Maná (5)
Official website univision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Rock/Alternative Album of the Year was an honor presented annually by American network Univision. The Lo Nuestro Awards have been held annually since 1989. The accolade was established to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music.[1] The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Arthur Andersen.[1][2] At the present time, the winners are selected by the audience through an online survey.[3] The trophy is shaped in the form of a treble clef.[1] The categories awarded were for the Pop, Tropical/Salsa, Regional Mexican and Music Video fields before the 2000 awards, and from the following year onwards categories were expanded and included a Rock field for Album and Performer of the Year.[4]

The award was first presented to MTV Unplugged by Colombian singer Shakira. Mexican band Maná were the most nominated and biggest winners in the category, with five wins out of six nominations. Chilean band La Ley won the award twice. Colombian performer Juanes won in 2009 for La Vida... Es Un Ratico, which also received the Latin Grammy Award for Album of the Year and the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.[5][6] Mexican ensemble Zoé was the most nominated act without a win, with four unsuccessful nominations. In 2013, all the categories in the Rock Field (Artist, Album and Song of the Year) were merged into the Pop Field.[7]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees for the majority of the years awarded.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning album
A blonde woman smiling.
Colombian performer Shakira (pictured in 2009), winner in 2001.
Four people. On the far left a man with a low hand. Mounted on a platform a man sits on a bench with a keyboard in front. In the center a man standing, wearing black with his left hand and taking a microphone with his right hand extended. On the far right a man semi-inclined holding a guitar.
Chilean band La Ley (pictured in 2005), winners in 2002 and 2004.
Five people. On the far left a person behind a console with a keyboard. Beside a person standing with semi-long hair, holding a bass guitar. Another person standing at the center, wearing black, holding a red guitar. To his right a person with long hair wearing black with a bass guitar in his hand. On the extreme right a person with a beret behind a drum kit.
Mexican band Maná (pictured in 2012), the biggest winners in the category, with five wins.
Five people. On the extreme left one person standing with a gray shirt and black jacket. Beside a person with semi-long hair, wearing a black sweatshirt with the caption "St. Pauli" holding a passport in his hands. At the center a person wearing blue shirt, holding a red jacket with black boxes. At his side a person with dark glasses, beard, wearing a white shirt with a black legend and brown pants with red belt. To the far right a person standing with dark glasses on his head, bearded and wearing a black colored shirt.
Mexican band Molotov (pictured in 2006), winners in 2006.
A man semi-inclined with semi-long hair, wearing black jacket and pants, holding a guitar in both hands, apparently singing into a microphone with stand.
Colombian performer Juanes (pictured in 2012), winner in 2009.
Year Album Performer(s) Ref
2001
(13th)
MTV UnpluggedAward winner
Shakira
[8][9]
La Extraordinaria Paradoja del Sonido Quijano
Café Quijano
Maldita Sea, Vol. 1: 1989–1999
Maldita Vecindad
No Podemos Volar
El Tri
Uno
La Ley
2002
(14th)
MTV UnpluggedAward winner
La Ley
[10][11]
Chuntaros Radio Poder
El Gran Silencio
Cuando la Sangre Galopa
Jaguares
Gozo Poderoso
Aterciopelados
Le Modulor
Mœnia
2003
(15th)
Revolución de AmorAward winner
Maná
[12][13]
Buenos Muchachos
La Mosca Tsé Tsé
Cabas
Cabas
Money Pa' Qué
Los Rabanes
Un Día Normal
Juanes
2004
(16th)
LibertadAward winner
La Ley
[3][14]
Alma en Fuego
Inspector
Dance and Dense Denso
Molotov
El Primer Instinto
Jaguares
Super Riddim Internacional, Vol. 1
El Gran Silencio
2005
(17th)
Esenciales: LunaAward winner
Maná
[15][16]
Atlas
Kinky
Rocanlover
Zoé
Venegas, JulietaJulieta Venegas
Trippin Tropicana
Superlitio
2006
(18th)
Con Todo RespetoAward winner
Molotov
[17][18]
Andrea Echeverri
Echeverri, AndreaAndrea Echeverri
Consejo
La Secta AllStar
Consuelo en Domingo
Enjambre
El Cielo de Tu Boca
Circo
2007
(19th)
Amar es CombatirAward winner
Maná
[19][20]
Anoche
Babasónicos
Indeleble
Guzmán, AlejandraAlejandra Guzmán
Pescado Original
Enanitos Verdes
Vida de Perros
Los Bunkers
2008
(20th)
OyeAward winner
Aterciopelados
[21][22]
Amantes Sunt Amentes
Panda
Grrr!
Moderatto
Masa con Masa
Torres, MilloMillo Torres and El Tercer Planeta
Memo Rex Commander y el Corazón Atómico de la Vía Láctea
Zoé
2009
(21st)
La Vida... Es Un RaticoAward winner
Juanes
[23][24]
17
Motel
Arde El Cielo
Maná
Mucho
Babasónicos
Sino
Café Tacuba
2010
(22nd)
FuegoAward winner
La Secta AllStar
[25][26]
La Luz del Ritmo
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Queremos Rock
Moderatto
Reptilectric
Zoé
2011
(23rd)
Amor Vincit OmniaAward winner
Draco
[27][28]
Evidencia
Vivanativa
Las Consecuencias
Bunbury
Radio Lacolifata presenta: El Canto del Loco
El Canto del Loco
2012
(24th)
Drama y LuzAward winner
Maná
[29][30]
20 Años de Éxitos En Vivo con Moderatto
Guzmán, AlejandraAlejandra Guzmán and Moderatto
El Juidero
Rita Indiana and Los Misterios
MTV Unplugged/Música de Fondo
Zoé
P.A.R.C.E.
Juanes
2013
(25th)
Exiliados en la Bahía: Lo Mejor de ManáAward winner
Maná
[31][32]
MTV Unplugged
Juanes
La Conexión
Black Guayaba
Transformación
Cuevas, BetoBeto Cuevas

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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