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Top 10 for September 2002

Blindside -- the band from Sweden -- is not silent this month as Silence tops the September 2002 Phantom Tollbooth Top 10 survey, up three notches from the August survey. There were votes for Bill Mallonee and VoL but not enough to keep Fetal Position (last month's number one vote-getter) in the Top 10 or runners-up. VoL's Resplendant Audibly Live is still in the runners-up category, along with a return for Relient K, The Jelly Jam, and TobyMac. Sliding out of the survey are Skillet, the Benjamin Gate, Denison Marrs, Annie Quick, Sara Groves, and the 77s. Newcomers to the Top 10 include Spock's Beard, Coldplay, Project 86, Sixteen Horsepower, and Wilco, along with returns to the survey for Pillar's Fireproof and P.O.D.'s Satellite. Remember to vote in the October 2002 Phantom Tollbooth survey, and here are the results from the September 2002 survey!

1. Blindside - Silence
2. Spock's Beard - Snow
3. Newsboys - Thrive
4. Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head
5. Pillar - Fireproof
6. Project 86 - Truthless Heroes
6. Sixteen Horsepower - Folklore
8. U2 - All That You Can't Leave Behind
9. Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
10. P.O.D. - Satellite

Vigilantes of Love - Resplendant Audibly Live
Relient K - The Anatomy of the Tongue and Cheek
Rush - Vapor Trails
The Jelly Jam - The Jelly Jam
TobyMac - Momentum


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