We asked, and you answered.
The polls have been closed, the figures checked and verified, the sums done and dusted - and the results are in.
Don't agree with the results? Well, you've only yourselves to blame!
ALBUM OF THE YEAR: LORDE - 'Melodrama'
Kiwi pop star Lorde made a stunning comeback in 2017 with 'Melodrama', thanks to stellar pop songs like 'Green Light' and 'Perfect Places'. She scored 12.3% of the overall vote, beating The National's 'Sleep Well Beast' and Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' into joint second place, both scoring 8.5% of the vote. Rounding off an eclectic top 5 were Foo Fighters' 'Concrete & Gold' (6.9%) and The xx's 'I See You' (6.2%).
1. Lorde - 'Melodrama'
2. The National - 'Sleep Well Beast'
=. Kendrick Lamar - 'DAMN.'
4. Foo Fighters - 'Concrete & Gold'
5. The xx - 'I See You'
SONG OF THE YEAR: KENDRICK LAMAR - 'Humble'
He may have been pipped to the post in the album stakes, but Kendrick Lamar was the clear winner of the 'Song of the Year' with the fierce 'Humble', scoring 12.7% of the overall vote. He trumped Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You', which came in second place with 11.1%, proving that NO, ED, YOU DON'T GET TO HAVE EVERYTHING ALL THE TIME. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee may have broken records with 'Despacito', but they came third in our poll with 10.3% of the vote, while Arcade Fire's 'Everything Now' and Lorde's 'Green Light' finished joint fourth with 8.7% each.
1. Kendrick Lamar - 'Humble'
2. Ed Sheeran - 'Shape of You'
3. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber - 'Despacito'
4. Lorde - 'Green Light'
=. Arcade Fire - 'Everything Now'
IRISH GIG OF THE YEAR: COLDPLAY @ Croke Park
Whether your ears are acclimatised to Chris Martin's often-irritating ramblings or not, there's no question that his band knows how to put on a damned fine show. That's why they came out on top of our Gig of the Year poll with a whopping 21.5% of the total vote - and anyone who was at Croke Park in July for their colourful, excellent live show won't begrudge them, either. In second place was Guns N' Roses at Slane with 15.8%, while U2's Croke Park gig came in third at 10.5%. In fourth and fifth place were Radiohead at the 3Arena (5.1%) and Arcade Fire's Malahide Castle gig (4.2%). A special mention must go to Eddie Vedder's 3Arena gig, which wasn't on the shortlist but which many of our readers hailed as one of the year's best.
1. Coldplay @ Croke Park
2. Guns N' Roses @ Slane
3. U2 @ Croke Park
4. Radiohead @ 3Arena
5. Arcade Fire @ Malahide Castle
Pleased with those results, or did our readers get it all wrong? Don't worry - there's always next year!