|Name:||The Soundtrack Awards|
|Date(s):||2006 and 2007|
|URL:||fiction.together-alone.net/soundtrack, July 2006, via wayback and sound.desensitizedwords.net|
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Nominations for the Mmmbop award should be limited to stories that were written during the Middle of Nowhere days. These stories must have triumphed over the rest of the amateur fanfic floating around. Like its song suggests, it must be a first and it must be a classic.
Get Up and Go
The Get Up and Go award is reserved for the story that best pulls the reader in within the first paragraphs and keeps fans wanting more. It must be a story that has been updated within the last year.
More Than Anything
The More Than Anything award calls for the best romantic story that follows a relationship between a couple. This story must have been updated within the last year.
Man From Milwaukee
The Man From Milwaukee award demands for the hanficiton world's most hilarious story. Nominated stories must have been updated in the last year.
The Breaktown award seeks the most compelling tragedy to have been updated or completed in the last year. Death, depression, and substance abuse are all qualifiers as well.
The Make Believe award is reserved for the best AU story. AU stands for alternate reality- a story that takes Hanson our of their "rock star" lives and gives them different professions, personalities, and situations. In short, Hanson cannot be "the band" for this award. The story must have been updated within the past year.
Hand in Hand
The Hand in Hand award should represent the fiction written by a collaboration of authors. The collaboration can be of any genre, but must have been updated in the last year.
One More Time
The One More Time award should represent a story that the reader finds to be the most intriguing, the most enthralling that it must be read more than once. Nominations are not limited to current fiction.
You Never Know
Nominations for the You Never Know award should include stories that are constantly surprising the reader. These stories should be a breath of fresh air from other mundane, predictable works. It must have been updated within the past 12 months.
The Dream Girl award nominees are reserved for the most outstanding female lead in any fanfic written in the last year. She too can be represented in any genre.
I Will Come To You
The I Will Come To You award should represent stories where the protagonist is a loveable, endearing Hanson brother (any will do). He must be infallibly charming and the story must have been updated in the last year.
I Almost Care
The I Almost Care award is reserved for the Hanson brother who stands out as the most repulsive jerk in the story. His character must be detestable, despicable, and offensive, and his story must have been updated in the last year.
Got What You Wanted
The Got What You Wanted award requires the story that gives the reader the most satisfying ending. This ending does not necessarily need to be surprising, simply perfect for the development of the story, leaving the reader with a sense of completion and comforting closure. It must have been updated within the last year.
Time Will Tell
The Time Will Tell award should represent what the reader believes to be the best unfinished story. So far, the author has done an amazing job of piquing the interest of her reader, but her tale is far from complete. Obviously, story must have been updated in the last year and hopefully have intentions of being completed.
This final Bonus Track award is reserved for the fanfic that best represents the pinnacle of all fanfiction ever written. It can be of any genre written at any time; it's only requirements are that it stand out in the readers mind as the ultimate fanfic ever created.
A list of winners for this round is unavailable.