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Top 10 for March 2002

U2 bounces back to number one, and P.O.D's Satellite slips into the runners-up category in the March 2002 Phantom Tollbooth Survey. Brand new to the top ten are Jars of Clay, Pillar, The Jelly Jam, and making a return to the top ten are Relient K, The Violet Burning, and Bruce Cockburn. Five Iron Frenzy remains at number three for the third month in a row with Electric Boogaloo, and Dream Theater slips just two notches from the February results. Of particular interest are three ties within one top ten survey! Here are the results from the March 2002 survey.

1. U2 -  All That You Can't Leave Behind
2. Jars of Clay - The Eleventh Hour
3. Five Iron Frenzy - Electric Boogaloo
3. Pillar - Above
3. The Jelly Jam - The Jelly Jam
6. Dream Theater - Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
7. Relient K - The Anatomy of the Tongue in Cheek
7. The Violet Burning - Faith and Devotions of a Satellite Heart
9. Brandtson - Dial In Sounds
9. Bruce Cockburn - Anything, Anytime, Anywhere

P.O.D. -  Satellite
Prince -  The Rainbow Children
Original Soundtrack- O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Riki Michele - Surround Me
TwoThirtyEight - Regulate the Chemicals


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