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This was refreshing with Stevie Wonder. Sick & tired of Beyonce & JayZ.......

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people know nothing about house muzik. LMAO. Deft punk is a legend.

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I don't get why people are saying their latest album was their worst. The more I listen to it, the more I like it. Embarrassing to say but this Englishman likes something that came from ...... France....

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nice - a re-write to include Lorde. Well done!

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Daft Punk and those stupid helmets annoy me.

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Back on topic please.

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Some of thr more bigger musicians in the world were present and you think something like AKB could have stood toe to toe with these legends?? Not even close, Completely inconceivable, if not impossible.

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No AKB?

Unfortunately it was an event for singers.

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No AKB? Travesty.

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The whole thing is a farce and no twerking .

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Cyndi Lauper accepting for Black Sabbath ??? The Grammys lost most of their credibility years ago, but now it has become a farce. Led Zeppelin hasn't exited as a creative entity since 1980 yet they won for a live recording of a one-off show from 7 years prior ? I love Led Zepp passionately but this was a mistake. The Grammys are right up there with the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame as far as legitimacy nowadays.

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Finally got to see some decent musicians come out, it's a great relief than to hear the whining and screeching of J-pop.

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oh yah daft punk stronger faster harder better . DeadMAU5!

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No mention of Lorde and her best POP song Grammy? A 16 year old winning 2 Grammys/... Not worth a mention then?

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