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February 2005 Top 10 

Your votes for The Phantom Tollbooth February Top 10 are submitted, tabulated, and intriguing. There's some shuffling of familiar entries and names plus new titles. Last month's (and Top 10 2004 vote-getter) ruler of the survey, U2's How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, slips to number six. The top three titles are brand new: Eisley's Room Noises, Great Big World from Pierce Pettis, and the debut Roper (lead singer Reese Roper, formerly of Five Iron Frenzy, clocks in with 5IF in the runners-up category with The End is Here) project, Brace Yourself for the Mediocre. Returning from last month's survey are Buddy Miller, Woven Hand, and Brian Wilson. Derek Webb's new solo project, I See Things Upside Down, debuts at number seven. Jennifer Daniels' Summer Filled Sky makes its first stop on the survey, and Relient K returns to round out the Top 10. Remember to vote in next month's Top 10 survey by voting at this address:

Here are the results of the February 2005 Top 10 survey:

1. Eisley - Room Noises
2. Pierce Pettis - Great Big World
2. Roper - Brace Yourself for the Mediocre
4. Buddy Miller - Universal United House of Prayer
4. Brian Wilson Presents Smile
6. U2 - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
7. Derek Webb - I See Things Upside Down
8. Woven Hand - Consider the Birds
9. Jennifer Daniels - Summer Filled Sky
10. Relient K - MmHmm

The Violet Burning - This is the Moment
Five Iron Frenzy - The End is Here


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