In 2001, the two front-runners for Album of the Year were Radiohead and Eminem. Each were nominated for huge watershed releases: The former had released the moody, complicated Kid A, the latter the caustic, bipolar The Marshall Mathers LP. They each represented high points for two of the 21st centuries greatest artists, and yet Steely Dan won for their comeback album Two Against Nature in yet another case of the Grammys looking back when they should have been looking forward.
Image Credit: Jon Furniss/Getty Images; KMazur/Getty Images; David Pomponio/Getty Images
We run down the surprising losses (and wins) over the years at the music industry's big show