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Top 10 for January 2004

No ties! The results are in from the January 2004 Phantom Tollbooth Top 10 survey, and for the first time in quite awhile, there is a clear "one" through "ten" sequence from votes! There was some major shuffling, though. Last month's number one and number two entries, Neal Morse's Testimony and Bruce Cockburn's You've Never Seen Everything, both slipped out of the survey, as well as Lost Dogs, King's X, and Warren Zevon. Demon Hunter's self-titled project moves up four notches to number one, Starflyer 59's Old moves up a notch, and Magellan's Impossible Figures slips to number seven. New to the survey are Over the Rhine's Good Dog Bad Dog, the David Crowder Band's Illuminate Michael Roe's Say your Prayers Payable On Death from P.O.D., and Songs to Burn Your Bridges By from Project 86. Jars of Clay and Chevelle return to the the Top 10. Remember to vote in the February 2004 Phantom Tollbooth Top 10 survey, and here are the results of the January 2004 survey.

1. Demon Hunter - Demon Hunter
2. Over the Rhine - Good Dog Bad Dog
3. Starflyer 59 - Old
4. David Crowder Band - Illuminate
5. Michael Roe - Say Your Prayers
6. P.O.D. - Payable On Death
7. Magellan - Impossible Figures
8. Project 86 - Songs to Burn Your Bridges By
9. Chevelle - Wonder What's Next
10. Jars of Clay - Who Are We Instead


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