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1998-1999Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Fastball, All the Pain Money Can Buy (Hollywood)

2. Storyville, Dog Years (Atlantic)
3. Pushmonkey, Pushmonkey (Arista)
4. Lucinda Williams, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road (Mercury)
5. Vallejo, Beautiful Life (TVT)
6. Terri Hendrix, Wilory Farm (Tycoon Cowgirl)
7. David Garza, This Euphoria (Atlantic)
8. Ugly Americans, Boom Boom Baby (Capricorn)
9. Jimmie Vaughan, Out there (AristaAustin)
10. Spoon, A Series of Sneaks (Elektra)
11. Don Walser, Down at the Sky-Vue Drive-In (Watermelon/Sire)
12. George DeVore & the Roam, George DeVore & the Roam (Me and My Records)
13. Sixteen Deluxe, Emits Showers of Sparks (Capitol)
14. Tosca, Tia Pamelita (Nois)
15. Two O'clock Courage, Postcards from Home (F.I.T)

Best Single
Fastball, The Way (Hollywood)

2. Sister 7, Know What You Mean (AristaAustin)
3. Pushmonkey, Handslide (AristaAustin)
4. Lucinda Williams, Right in Time (Mercury)
5. Storyville, Born Without You (Atlantic)
6. The Gourds, Gogityershinebox (Watermelon)
7. Ugly Americans, Boom Boom Baby (Capricorn)
8. Vallejo, Snake in the Grass (TVT)
9. Spoon, Car Radio (Elektra)
10. Terri Hendrix, Gravity (Tycoon Cowgirl)

Song of the Year
Tony Scalzo, "The Way", Fastball

2. Pike/Sutton/Phillips/Phillips, "Know What You Mean", Sister 7
3. Parks/Key/Hoffman/Fogarty/Behrens, "Handslide", Pushmonkey
4. David Grissom, "Born Without You", Storyville
5. David Garza, "Discoball World"
6. Bob Schneider, "Boom Boom Baby", Ugly Americans
7. Lucinda Williams, "Can't Let Go"
8. Britt Daniel, "Car Radio", Spoon
9. Lucinda Williams, "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road"
10. Terri Hendrix, "Gravity"

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