ARIA Music Awards of 2005

ARIA Music Awards of 2005

The 19th Annual Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (generally known as ARIA Music Awards or simply The ARIAS) were held on October 23, 2005 at the Sydney Superdome at the Sydney Olympic Park complex, thus continuing the previous year's innovation of televising the awards on Sunday evening. A varied cast of presenters included Merrick and Rosso (who opened the televised show), stand-up comic Dave Hughes, Gretel Killeen and David Hasselhoff.

Nominations and awards

In the following lists of nominations the winners are highlighted in bold.

*ARIA award for Album of the Year
**Missy Higgins for "The Sound of White" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Ben Lee for "Awake Is The New Sleep" (Inertia)
**Evermore for "Dreams" (Warner Music)
**Keith Urban for "Be Here" (Capitol / EMI)
**Sarah Blasko for "The Overture & The Underscore" (Dew Process/Universal)

*ARIA award for Single of the Year
**Ben Lee for "Catch My Disease" (Inertia)
**Evermore for "For One Day" (Warner Music)
**Missy Higgins for "The Special Two" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Thirsty Merc for "Someday, Someday" (Warner Music)
**Wolfmother for "Woman" (Modular)

*ARIA award for Best Male Artist
**Ben Lee for "Awake Is The New Sleep" (Inertia)
**John Butler for "Something's Gotta Give" (Jarrah/MGM)
**Keith Urban for "Be Here" (Capitol/EMI)
**Lior for "Autumn Flow" (Senso Unico/MGM)
**Paul Kelly for "Foggy Highway" (Capitol/EMI)

*ARIA award for Best Female Artist
**Missy Higgins for "The Sound of White" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Kylie Minogue for "I Believe in You" (FMR)
**Mia Dyson for "Parking Lots" (Black Door Records/MGM)
**Natalie Imbruglia for "Counting Down The Days" (Brightside/Sony BMG)
**Sarah Blasko for "The Overture & The Underscore" (Dew Process/Universal)

*ARIA award for Best Group
**Eskimo Joe for "Older Than You" (FMR)
**Evermore for "Dreams" (Warner Music)
**Grinspoon for "Thrills, Kills And Sunday Pills" (Universal)
**Powderfinger for "These Days - Powderfinger Live In Concert" (Universal)
**Thirsty Merc for "Someday, Someday" (Warner Music)

*ARIA award for Highest Selling Single
**Anthony Callea for "The Prayer" (Sony BMG)
**Anthony Callea for "Rain/Bridge Over Troubled Water" (Sony BMG)
**Casey Donovan for "Listen With Your Heart" (Sony BMG)
**Delta Goodrem & Brian McFadden for "Almost Here" (Daylight/Sony BMG)
**Missy Higgins for "The Special Two" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)

*ARIA award for Highest Selling Album
**Missy Higgins for "The Sound of White" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Anthony Callea for "Anthony Callea" (Sony BMG)
**Casey Donovan for "For You" (Sony BMG)
**Delta Goodrem for "Mistaken Identity" (Daylight/Sony BMG)
**Guy Sebastian for "Beautiful Life" (Sony BMG)

*ARIA award for Best Breakthrough Artist (Single)
**End Of Fashion for "O Yeah!" (Capitol/EMI)
**Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets for "These Kids" (Dream Dealers/MGM)
**Kisschasy for "Do-Do's and Whoa-oh's" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**The Veronicas for "4ever" (Warner Music)
**Wolfmother for "Woman (Wolfmother EP)" (Modular)

*ARIA award for Best Breakthrough Artist (Album)
**Missy Higgins for "The Sound of White" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Evermore for "Dreams" (Warner Music)
**Lior for "Autumn Flow" (Senso Unico/MGM)
**Little Birdy for "BigBigLove" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Sarah Blasko for "The Overture & The Underscore" (Dew Process/Universal)

*ARIA award for Best Independent Release
**Ben Lee for "Awake Is The New Sleep" (Inertia)
**Architecture in Helsinki for "In Case We Die" (Tailem Bend/Remote Control/Inertia)
**Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets for "Joel Turner & the Modern Day Poets" (Dream Dealers/MGM)
**Lior for "Autumn Flow" (Senso Unico/MGM)
**The Waifs for "A Brief History" (Jarrah/MGM)

*ARIA award for Best Contemporary Album
**The Go-Betweens for "Oceans Apart" (EMI/Lo-Max)
**Architecture in Helsinki for "In Case We Die" (Tailem Bend/Remote Control/Inertia)
**John Farnham and Tom Jones for "Together In Concert" (Sony BMG)
**Renée Geyer for "Tonight" (First Edition/ABC)
**The Church for " _es. El Momento Descuidado" (Liberation)

*ARIA award for Best Rock Album
**Grinspoon for "Thrills Kills And Sunday Pills" (Universal)
**Evermore for "Dreams" (Warner Music)
**Little Birdy for "BigBigLove" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Shihad for "Love Is the New Hate" (Warner Music)
**The Cat Empire for "Two Shoes" (Virgin/EMI)

*ARIA award for Best Country Album
**Keith Urban for "Be Here" (Capitol/EMI)
**Adam Harvey for "Can't Settle For Less" (ABC Country)
**Audrey Auld Mezera for "Texas" (Vital/Digeridoo)
**Paul Kelly and the Stormwater Boys for "Foggy Highway" (Capitol/EMI)
**Sara Storer for "Firefly" (ABC Country)

*ARIA award for Best Blues and Roots Album
**Mia Dyson for "Parking Lots" (Black Door Records/MGM)
**Ash Grunwald for "Live At The Corner" (Head Records/MGM)
**The Beautiful Girls for "We're Already Gone" (San Dumo/MGM)
**Jeff Lang for "You Have to Dig Deep To Bury Daddy" (Roots Music/ABC)
**The Waifs for "A Brief History" (Jarrah/MGM)

*ARIA award for Best Pop Release
**Missy Higgins for "The Sound of White" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Ben Lee for "Awake Is The New Sleep" (Inertia)
**Kylie Minogue for "I Believe in You" (FMR)
**Sarah Blasko for "The Overture & The Underscore" (Dew Process/Universal)
**Thirsty Merc for "Someday, Someday" (Warner Music)

*ARIA award for Best Urban Release
**Daniel Merriweather for "She's Got Me" (Marlin/FMR)
**Butterfingers for "Figjam" (Valley Trash/FMR)
**Jade MacRae for "So Hot Right Now" (Roadshow Music)
**Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets for "Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets" (Dream Dealers/MGM)
**Weapon X and Ken Hell for "Otherman" (Illusive/Liberation)

*ARIA award for Best Dance Release
**Infusion for "Six Feet Above Yesterday" (Sony BMG)
**Bodyrockers for "I Like The Way" (Universal)
**Deepface for "Been Good" (Fly Music/ABC)
**Dirty South for "Sleazy" (Vicious/Shock)
**Rogue Traders for "Voodoo Child" (Columbia/Sony BMG)

*ARIA award for Best Children's Album
**The Wiggles for "Live Hot Potatoes" (ABC For Kids)
**Bananas In Pyjamas for "Sing and Be Happy" (ABC For Kids)
**Hi-5 for "Making Music" (Sony BMG)
**Sean O'Boyle for "Hush Little Baby" (ABC For Kids)
**The Hooley Dooleys for "Super Dooper" (ABC For Kids)

*ARIA award for Best Comedy Release
**Tripod for "Middleborough Road" (Liberation)
**Jimeoin for "Third Drawer Down" (Rajon)
**Rodney Rude for "Twice As Rude" (EMI)
**Shane Dundas and Dave Collins for "The Umbilical Brothers" (ACMEC)
**Various Artists for "Classic Skithouse" (Liberation)

*ARIA award for Best Music DVD
**Jet for "Right Right Right" (Capitol/EMI)
**Hoodoo Gurus for "Tunnel Vision" (Capitol/EMI)
**Powderfinger for "These Days - Powderfinger Live In Concert" (Universal)
**The Dissociatives for "Sydney Circa 2004/2008" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Various Artists for "Wave Aid" (Virgin/EMI)

*Channel V Oz Artist of the Year
**Anthony Callea
**Kisschasy
**Missy Higgins
**The Veronicas

Artisan Awards

*ARIA Award for Best Cover Art
**Ben Lee, Lara Meyerratken, Dan Estabrook for Ben Lee - "Awake Is The New Sleep" (Inertia)
**Cameron Bird for Architecture in Helsinki - "In Case We Die" (Remote Control/Inertia)
**Cathie Glassby for Missy Higgins - "The Sound of White" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**David Homer & Aaron Hayward, Debaser for Kisschasy - "United Paper People" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Reg Mombassa for Paul Kelly & the Stormwater Boys - "Foggy Highway" (Capitol/EMI)

*ARIA Award for Engineer of the Year
**Matt Lovell for The Mess Hall - "Notes From A Ceiling" (Shock)
**James Ash for Rogue Traders - "Voodoo Child" (Columbia/Sony BMG)
**David Nicholas for Drag - "The Way Out" (Dew Process/Universal)
**Paul McKercher for Eskimo Joe - "Older Than You" (FMR)
**Paul McKercher for Little Birdy - "BigBigLove" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)

*ARIA Award for Best Video
**Ben Quinn for End Of Fashion - "O Yeah" (Capitol/EMI)
**Adrian Van De Velde for Thirsty Merc - "In the Summertime" (Warner Music)
**Ben Joss, Tribal for John Butler Trio - "Something's Gotta Give" (Jarrah/MGM)
**Ben Quinn for The Cat Empire - "The Car Song" (Virgin/EMI)
**Sam Bennetts, Mad Angel for Rogue Traders - "Voodoo Child" (Columbia/Sony BMG)

*ARIA Award for Producer of the Year
**David Nicholas for Drag - "The Way Out" (Dew Process/Universal)
**Chris Joannou & The Mess Hall for The Mess Hall - "Notes From A Ceiling" (Mafia Records/Shock)
**Harry Vanda & Glenn Goldsmith for The Wrights - "Evie Parts 1, 2 and 3" (Capitol/EMI)
**Paul McKercher for Little Birdy - "BigBigLove" (Eleven/Virgin/EMI)
**Paul McKercher & Eskimo Joe for Eskimo Joe - "Older Than You" (FMR)

Awards for Fine Arts

*ARIA Award for Best World Music Album
**Monsieur Camembert for "Monsieur Camembert" (Independent/MGM)
**Bobby McLeod for "Dumaradje" (ACMEC)
**Cosmo Cosmolino for "Nektar" (Sound Vault Records)
**Le Tuan Hung et al for "On The Wings Of A Butterfly" (Move Records)
**Southern Gospel Choir for "Great Day" (Mara)
**Various Artists for "This Is The Place For A Song" (Independent)

*ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album
**Paul Grabowsky & Katie Noonan for "Before Time Could Change Us" (Warner Music)
**Andrea Keller for "Quartet Angels and Rascals" (ABC Jazz/Universal)
**Aronas Culture for "Tunnels" (Strange Records/Vitamin)
**Oehlers & Keevers for "Grace" (Jazzhead/MGM)
**The Necks for "Mosquito / See Through" (Fish of Milk/Shock)

*ARIA Award for Best Soundtrack / Cast / Show Recording
**Severed Heads for "Illustrated Family Doctor" (Mana Soundtracks/Inertia)
**Art Phillips for "Outback House" (ABC Music)
**Ben Mingay & Deone Zanotto for "Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story On Stage" (Rajon)
**Roger Mason for "The Extra" (Mana Soundtracks/Inertia)
**Various Artists for "Deck Dogz" (Warner Music)

*ARIA Award for Best Classical Album
**Australian Brandenburg Orchestra for "Sanctuary" (ABC Classics/Universal)
**Elena Kats-Chernin for "Wild Swans" (ABC Classics/Universal)
**Michael Kieran Harvey for "Rabid Bay" (Move Records)
**Sara Macliver & Sally-Anne Russell for "Baroque Duets" (ABC Classics/Universal)
**Slava Grigoryan for "Afterimage" (ABC Classics/Universal)

Performers

The following artists all performed on stage during the 2005 ARIA Awards:
*Rogue Traders - "Voodoo Child"
*Thirsty Merc - "Someday, Someday"
*Evermore - "It's Too Late"
*Anthony Callea - "The Prayer"
*Missy Higgins - "The Sound of White"
*Grinspoon - "Hard Act to Follow"
*Neil Finn - "Better Be Home Soon" (Tribute to the late Paul Hester, who he was in Split Enz and Crowded House with)
*Ben Lee - "Catch My Disease"
*Jimmy Barnes - "Working Class Man"

Hall of Fame inductees

The following were inducted into to ARIA Hall of Fame:
*Jimmy Barnes
*The Easybeats
*Smoky Dawson
*Renée Geyer
*Hunters & Collectors
*Normie Rowe
*Split Enz

ee also

*Australian music
*Australian rock


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