What better time, in the wake of their hugely successful biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, to look again at the streaming prowess of Classic Rock legends, Queen.View More
After a small break, we now find ourselves in 2001, a year intrisically linked to the horrific events that occurred in New York on the 9th September. But let’s not dwell on that and instead look at what acts, albums and songs from 2001 are still proving to be hugely popular with the general public.
Take your seat, it’s time to enter the new millennium to review the most streamed albums from 2000. There is plenty of solid candidates to make this top 10. This year included strong releases from Eminem, Coldplay, Britney Spears, Madonna, NSYNC, Linkin Park, U2, Enya, the Backstreet Boys, Nelly, Bon Jovi, and many more. Who’s seeing the strongest ongoing appeal among all them?
They certainly didn’t do things by halves! Biggest selling debut album ever, two albums released on the same day, late appearances at gigs, riots, groupies, alcohol, drugs, fights, lawsuits, controversial songs, lyrics and views, the list just goes on and on.
They maybe only released 8 studio albums and recorded 93 tracks, between 1969 and 1979 but that didn’t stop them becoming one of the Top 10, best selling album acts ever.
Defunct since drummer John Bonhams death in September 1980 and no new music recorded in 39 years, are they still as popular today? Let’s find out, by delving into this edition of Streaming Masters on Led Zeppelin.
What is the 3rd most streamed track of 1955, the 8th most streamed track of 1973 or the 12th most streamed track of 1997. You probably won’t know this of the top of your head, but fret not, we are now going to present to you, overall decade lists, broken down year by year, of the most streamed tracks on Spotify. Ultimately, when updating them, we will also be able to identify the pace of increase of songs, albums, and catalogs of some artists to know how much they will increase in terms of equivalent album sales in the future.