I’ve listened to 150,000 songs and podcasts since October 20, 2010. This is the third in a set of three music stats posts celebrating these 150,000 Scrobbles on LastFm. Since October 20, 2010, I have kept track of nearly every track and podcast episode I’ve listened to on Itunes, my Ipods, Spotify, and Rdio (R.I.P.), YouTube, etc. by way of Last.fm scrobbling. If you don’t have all your platforms connected to Last.fm, then you’re doing it wrong. The following are my most listened to albums over the past nine and half years:

1. The Family Jewels – MARINA (nee Marina & the Diamonds) (940 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “I Am Not a Robot” 

2. Torches – Foster the People (804 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “Call It What You Want”

3. Ceremonials – Florence + the Machine (719 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “Only If for a Night”

4. Born to Die (Deluxe Edition) – Lana Del Rey (691 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “National Anthem”

5. Lungs – Florence + the Machine (643 Scrobbles)

Top Songs: “Rabbit Heart (Raise it Up)” and “Kiss With a Fist”

6. Bright Lights – Ellie Goulding (591 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “Guns and Horses”

7. Femme Fatale (Deluxe Version) (544 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “Inside Out”

8. Hot Fuss – The Killers (508 Scrobbles)

Top Song: “Mr. Brightside”

9. 4 Beyoncé (493 Scrobbles)

Top Songs: “Countdown” and “Love on Top”

10. Halcyon – Ellie Goulding (493 Scrobbles)

Top Songs: “My Blood”

Complete Playlist of my Top 100 Albums:



Published by Jessica M. DeWitt

Dr. Jessica M. DeWitt is an environmental historian of Canada and the United States. She is passionate about the use of digital technologies to bridge the gap between the public and researchers. In addition to her community and professional work, she offers various editing and social media consultancy services.

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