New Zealand Music Award for Album of the Year

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Album of the Year is a New Zealand Music Award that honours New Zealand music artists for outstanding album. The award was first awarded in 1973 as part of the Recording Arts Talent Awards (RATA).[1] Singer-songwriter Bic Runga has won the award twice, in 1998 and 2006, while singer-songwriter Dave Dobbyn has won once as a solo artist in 1998 and twice with his band DD Smash in 1982 and 1983.

Bic Runga, has twice won Album of the Year

Recipients[edit]

Year Winner Album Other finalists Ref.
1973 John Donoghue Spirit of Pelorus Jack N/A [2]
1974 No Album of the Year awarded [3]
1975 John Hanlon Higher Trails N/A [4]
1976 New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Symphony #2 [5]
1977 No awards held
1978 Hello Sailor Hello Sailor N/A [6]
1979 Street Talk Street Talk [7]
1980 Sharon O'Neill Sharon O'Neill [8]
1981 Dave McArtney and the Pink Flamingos Dave McArtney and the Pink Flamingos
  • Dennis O'Brien - Still in the Same Dream
  • Hammond Gamble - Hammond Gamble Band
[9]
1982 DD Smash Cool Bananas N/A [10]
1983 DD Smash Live: Deep in the Heart of Taxes [11]
1984 Dance Exponents Prayers Be Answered [12]
1985 Netherworld Dancing Toys Painted Years [13]
1986 Peking Man Peking Man [14]
1987 Herbs Sensitive to a Smile [15]
1988 Dave Dobbyn Loyal [16]
1989 Margaret Urlich Safety In Numbers [17]
1990 The Chills Submarine Bells [18]
1991 No awards held
1992 Headless Chickens Body Blow [19]
1993 The Mutton Birds The Mutton Birds [20]
1994 Straitjacket Fits Blow [21]
1995 Supergroove Traction [22]
1996 Shihad Killjoy [23]
1997 Strawpeople Vicarious [24]
1998 Bic Runga Drive [25]
1999 The Feelers Supersystem [26]
2000 Stellar Mix [27]
2001 Zed Silencer [28]
2002 Che Fu The Navigator [29]
2003 The Datsuns The Datsuns [30]
2004 Scribe The Crusader [31]
2005 Fat Freddy's Drop Based on a True Story [32]
2006 Bic Runga Birds [33]
2007 The Mint Chicks Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! [34]
2008 Flight of the Conchords Flight of the Conchords [35]
2009 Ladyhawke Ladyhawke [36]
2010 Gin Wigmore Holy Smoke [37]
2011 The Naked and Famous Passive Me, Aggressive You [38]
2012 Kimbra Vows [39]
2013 Aaradhna Treble & Reverb [40]
2014 Lorde Pure Heroine [41]
2015 Broods Evergreen [42]
2016 Broods Conscious [43]
2017 Lorde Melodrama [44]

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