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"In a perfect world," writes music editor Rob Harvilla, "we could fixate entirely on the narrowest and gnarliest finish in Pazz&Jop history: Bob Dylan by 14 points and -4 voters. He is George W. Bush. Lost the popular vote, but prevailed via the fine print. TV on the Radio, doomy dilettantes in the realms of love and theft but indisputable masters of war, captured more minds but failed to completely win their hearts."
Who won, who lost, who changed the world in the Voice's 34th annual music poll