The band KLF made headlines after performing a metal version of their dance hit '3am Eternal with Extreme Noise Terror'. The performance was so extreme it prompted their musical conductor, Sir Georg Solti, to walk out. The KLF's performance caused controversy on stage when during their set, frontman Bill Drummond fired blanks from a vintage machine gun into the audience.
Remarking on their performance, the venue's announcer, Scott Piering said: "Ladies and gentleman, the KLF have now left the music business." They scooped the title for best band, but sent a motorcycle courier to pick up their award. Later, guests arriving for an after show party, claim they saw the band dump a dead sheep outside the venue.The winners:
Queen won best single, 15 years after Bohemian Rhapsody won them the same title and lead singer, Freddie Mercury, was given the outstanding contribution award a year after his death.
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