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Top 10 for December 2001

It's a tie! In fact, there were three for the December 2001 top ten survey. Enough listeners voted for Vigilantes of Love's Summershine to tie it with last month's number one entry, U2's All That You Can't Leave Behind. Besides Michael Knott's Life of David, these entries are the only ones that remain from the November survey. Newcomer Joy Williams makes her debut at number eight (tied with Andrew Peterson's Clear to Venus) with her self-titled debut, and Creed leaps to number three with Weathered. Receiving a few votes but not enough to chart in November, Five Iron Frenzy is back with Electric Boogaloo, garnering enough votes to place it in a tie for number six, along with R.E.M.'s Reveal. A former number one entry, P.O.D.'s - Satellite, is at the top of the runners-up heap. Here are the results from the December 2001 survey.

1. U2  - All That You Can't Leave Behind
1. Vigilantes of Love - Summershine
3. Creed  - Weathered
4. Daniel Amos  - Mr. Buechner's Dream
5. Lost Dogs - Real Men Cry
6. Five Iron Frenzy - Electric Boogaloo
6. R.E.M. - Reveal
8. Andrew Peterson - Clear to Venus
8. Joy Williams  - Joy Williams
10. Jennifer Knapp - The Way I Am

P.O.D. - Satellite
Michael Knott  - Life of David
Various Artists - Noel
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Thousand Foot Krutch - Set It Off


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