Past Quick Poll Results
|Total votes: 299|
|Bells Of Love (Isabelle's Of Love)||24%|
|Make It Wonderful||19%|
|The Christmas Song||0%|
|Blood On The Snow||3%|
|There'll Be No Tomorrow||6%|
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the original compositions fared best in this poll, with Loving Man eventually overhauling long-time leader Bells Of Love (Isabelle's Of Love) to take the victory. White Christmas was the only track not to receive as single vote, with The Christmas Song and Silver Bells both receiving a solitary vote each.
|Total votes: 168|
|The Christmas Song||8%|
Little surprises here, with lead single Gaudete naturally gaining the most interest - and more than twice as many votes as second placed Silent Night.
|Total votes: 643|
|Yes - Very Much So||37%|
|No - Not At All||53%|
Not exactly an overwhelming sense of anticipation for the Snow Globe album release, with over half of voters expressing no excitement leading up to its release. Perhaps it's hard to get in the festive spirit during summer/early autumn...
|Total votes: 384|
|None - Someone New Please!||16%|
In the end a it was only a single vote that separated Stephen Hague and Gareth Jones meaning the producer of The Innocents won by the narrowest of margins. Despite the criticism often aimed towards Loveboat's production, Flood came in third place with the wish for new blood to work with Erasure in fourth.
|Total votes: 253|
I knew that Frankmusik's influence on the Tomorrow's World album had divided fans, but I didn't expect nearly two-thirds to vote against him producing a future Erasure album. I think that a tad harsh - but the people have spoken.
|Total votes: 375|
|When I Start To (Break It All Down)||30%|
|Be With You||37%|
|Fill Us With Fire||33%|
Another close-run poll with little between all three songs, but second single Be With You won in the end with a total of 37% of the votes. Interestingly, lead single When I Start To (Break It All Down) came in last place. I wonder how many other lead singles would be voted the weakest?
|Total votes: 438|
|Light At The End Of The World||49%|
It could hardly have been closer, but in the end 2011's Tomorrow's World was victorious over 2007's Light At The End Of The World by just a handful of votes. In this instance, I agree the with the 51% that prefer Tomorrow's World.