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Top 10 for July 2003

The votes for the July 2003 Phantom Tollbooth Top 10 are in, and while there were plenty of votes, we still had two ties. Vote for what you're listening to in the month of August to break those ties! Radiohead's Hail to the Thief and Starflyer 59's Old swapped places, as last month, the former was at number three, and the latter was at number one. The Violet Burning moves up two notches to number two, and Relient K also moves up one notch. Lost Dogs and Sixpence are, for the second month in a row, in a tie for the ninth slot. This is the month for the return of favorites, as U2 returns to the Top 10 with All That You Can't Leave Behind and Charlie Peacock's In the Light is in the runners-up. Most interesting -- and perhaps it's due to his appearance at this year's Cornerstone Festival -- is Steve Taylor's Squint, returning to the Top 10 (get out those John 3:16 banners!). Again, make sure to vote in the August 2003 survey, and here are the results from the July 2003 Top 10 survey:

1. Radiohead - Hail to the Thief
2. The Violet Burning - This is the Moment
3. Starflyer 59 - Old
4. Steve Taylor - Squint
5. Relient K - Two Lefts Don't Make a Right... But Three Do
6. Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head
6. U2 - All That You Can't Leave Behind
8. The Appleseed Cast - Two Conversations
9. Lost Dogs - Nazarene Crying Towel
9. Sixpence None the Richer - Divine Discontent

Unwed Sailor - The Marionette and the Music
Newsboys - Adoration
Rich Mullins - Here in America
Charlie Peacock - In the Light
Kutless - Kutless


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