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Vote For The Albums Everyone Can Love, For July 25

If last week's poll is any indication, most of you don't care much for Madonna, Dave Matthews, or Whitney Houston, at least not for the records of theirs we suggested. Most of you also haven't heard what we thought we're pretty widely played records, such as Liz Phair's Exile In Guyville, Girl Talk's Feed The Animals or Ryan Adam's Gold. But there was plenty of love for Neil Young's Harvest, U2's Joshua Tree, and Vince Guaraldi's A Charlie Brown Christmas (who couldn't love it?).

Keep the surprises coming! Here's this week's batch of albums to consider. Just tell us whether or not you love them or haven't heard.

As always, tell us what records you'd like to see in future polls. By the end of the summer we hope to have a top ten list of albums we can all (mostly) agree on.

See previous polls in this series.



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