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Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year

The Juno Award for "Rock Album of the Year" has been awarded since 1991, as recognition each year for the best rock album in Canada. The award was previously called a number of other names, including the "Best Hard Rock/Metal Album" and "Best Rock Album".[1]

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • Best Hard Rock/Metal Album (1991) 1.1
    • Hard Rock Album of the Year (1992 - 1993) 1.2
    • Best Hard Rock Album (1994 - 1995) 1.3
    • Best Rock Album (1996) 1.4
    • North Star Rock Album of the Year (1997) 1.5
    • Blockbuster Rock Album of the Year (1998) 1.6
    • Best Rock Album (1999 - 2002) 1.7
    • Rock Album of the Year (2003 - Present) 1.8
  • See also 2
  • References 3

Winners

Best Hard Rock/Metal Album (1991)

Hard Rock Album of the Year (1992 - 1993)

Best Hard Rock Album (1994 - 1995)

Best Rock Album (1996)

North Star Rock Album of the Year (1997)

Blockbuster Rock Album of the Year (1998)

Best Rock Album (1999 - 2002)

Rock Album of the Year (2003 - Present)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Juno Award winners list by year" (Requires a search by year).  
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