While he's continuing to work on new material, Bob Seger is polling fans about what they want next from him. The question "What Should Bob Seger release next?" appears on the front page of his official web site, and fans so far seem to be favoring a live album, with 43.92 percent of the vote going that way. A brand new album follows at 40.88 percent, with a box set garnering 12.43 percent of the vote and a tribute album a distant fourth at 2.78 percent. Seger had spoken about having a new album ready for release this fall, but nothing has yet been announced though he continues to write and record. Meanwhile, he's recorded extensively, and even done some filming, on all his tours since "Nine Tonight's" release, including his 2011 North American trek. Seger was busy on the archival front in 2011, releasing remastered versions of his two concert albums, 1976's "Live Bullet" and 1981's "Nine Tonight," as well as an "Ultimate Hits" collection.