Spotify top listened to songs of 2018 playlist

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  1. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    Ignoring the kids selections, mine was Public Service Broadcasting - Go.
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  2. Bob Fleming

    Bob Fleming Striker

    Well 2 was Keala Settle and 3 Dua Lipa. Kids man.

    Though I will admit to loving a greatest showman sing along with the kids.

    My own highest song was Khe Sanh by Cold Chisel. I'd swear I only played it a couple of times. Must be when I'm drunk or something.
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  3. njmackem

    njmackem Winger

    1. Don't Stop Me Now
    2. Despacito
    3. Nothing Compares 2U (Prince)
  4. GK

    GK Striker Contributor

    I listen to music a lot. The quantity of top class music being produced has declined year on year since the 90s.

    Compare the output from this year, The absolute finest albums, with any year in e.g. The 70s.
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  5. jacko100

    jacko100 Winger

    1 and 3 not so bad, number 2 though, ugh I fucking hate that song.

    few weeks back I said to Alexa, "Play There is a place by talking heads" bitch replied back with "playing despocito by Justin Bieber" and then wouldnt stop when I told her to!

    there's still lots of great stuff out there though its just not in the mainstream
  6. Kevj

    Kevj Striker

    The Riverboat Song, Ocean Colour Scene

    Speak to Me, Pink Floyd

    Roscoe, Midlake

    I tend to listen playlists on shuffle so it’s not necessarily by choice.
  7. GK

    GK Striker Contributor

    I think lots is stretching it too. some. Definitely not lots. not relative to e.g. The 60s, 70s, 80s or 90s.

    My mate has owned a recording studio for decades. The decline in numbers of talented musicians and songwriters has been alarming. For him anyway.
  8. Jasper

    Jasper Striker

    1. Distant Showers Sweep Across Norfolk Schools - July Skies
    2. A Million Dreams - Ziv Zaifman, Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams
    3. Under the Pressure - The War on Drugs
  9. mad cyril

    mad cyril Winger

    Really ? I thought it was superb. All genres saw excellent stuff being released imo.

    Is your latter point not due to advances in technology ? When I were young you had to go to first avenue studios or the like but now you can do a lot of it at home. Certainly the case with electronic music.
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  10. riffraff

    riffraff Striker

    Becos it’s This Must Be The Place.
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  11. Longy

    Longy Striker

    I made her own little playlist, mostly stuff with catchy choruses & stuff. Put her on the right track. Her other favourites are Poor Paddy by the Pogues, Blitzkreig Bop, Monkey Man & Lust For Life. She’s cool as fuck
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  12. wilma56

    wilma56 Central Defender

    1.Not nineteen forever, rewired, the Courteeeners
    2.waterfall Stone roses
    3.Believe DMAS
    4,Last goodbye The enemy
    5,L.S.F Kasabian
    I'm surprised by some of them.
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  13. jacko100

    jacko100 Winger

    :evil: Typo! I did say it right to her/it
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  14. xmfd

    xmfd Winger

    No way to do this on Apple Music :cry:
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  15. jacko100

    jacko100 Winger


    Apple Music wanker!
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  16. Mickdundee

    Mickdundee Central Defender

    Disappointed that Apple Music doesn’t do this.

    There’s Top 25 Most Played but that’s of all time.
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  17. Stubbs ftm

    Stubbs ftm Winger

    1. Gerry cinnamon - sometimes
    2. Rivers Cuomo - sober up
    3. The national - the system only dreams in total darkness
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  18. Norfolk'n'chance

    Norfolk'n'chance Midfield

    Lots of shite influenced by the wife and daughter- however, no 1 was;

    Tupac - Hit 'Em Up.

    Which I am both happy and surprised about.
  19. Safc88

    Safc88 Winger

    Superb tune
  20. groucho

    groucho Midfield

    1. We all fall in love sometimes.. Coldplay
    2. Come crying to me.. The Jayhawks
    3. Hangout at the gallows.. Father John Misty
    4. Fort Knox.. Noel Gallagher
    5. Rock and stick.. Boz Scaggs
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