With more than 15,000 votes counted, Bob Dylan's Columbia album "Love and Theft" is the set most deserving of the album of the year Grammy, according to a recently completed Billboard.com poll. "Love

With more than 15,000 votes counted, Bob Dylan's Columbia album "Love and Theft" is the set most deserving of the album of the year Grammy, according to a recently completed Billboard.com poll. "Love and Theft" garnered 36% of 15,668 votes, edging out U2's Interscope album "All That You Can't Leave Behind," which pulled in 35%.

Far back with 13% was "Stankonia," the latest LaFace/Arista album from Atlanta-based rap act Outkast. India.Arie's "Acoustic Soul" (Motown) took in 10% of the votes, while the bluegrass-laden soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" (Lost Highway/Mercury) netted 7%.

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