My year in music according to LastFM

So, here comes a little more true summary over my year in music: My LastFM! My lastFm scrobbles my iPod plays, my iTunes plays and my Spotify plays.

And the result of this year is as follows…


In first place is Lordi. This is no surprise to anyone, now, is it? This is the immediate effect of “Scare Force One” being released. That is one KILLER of an album and it’s been played on repeat.

2nd place, a bit unexpected is SlipKnot. This is VERY unexpected to me, seeing that I got my first album with them on October 21st, when The Gray Chapter was released and I hadn’t listened to them on Spotify or anything. They are only four tracks ahead of Amaranthe though, so I guess it’s a fair game. This MIGHT have something to do with many of their songs being on my sleep-list… hm.

Third place is Amaranthe, my new babies as I call them. No surprise at all for me that they are so high on the list, I’m basically obsessed with their music. They are the perfect amount metal and the perfect amount of disco for me to scream out their lyrics any time of the day.

Fourth place – Sabaton. No surprise. I stated earlier this year I believe that Sabaton is that one band whose music you can put on to ANYTHING. It doesn’t matter the occasion or mood – Sabaton is ALWAYS perfect.

Fifth place is H.E.A.T. What can I say. I said it four years ago, and I’ll say it again – the most perfect band ever. Nothing to complain about. And their latest album, “Tearing Down The Walls” is as close to perfection as you can come.

Sixth place belongs to my baby Olly Murs. “Never Been Better” is a decent album, but not the best he’s done. But does that matter when you can put songs like “Dance With Me Tonight” and “Hand On Heart”? Absolutely nothing. He’s one of the artists I can listen to for hours and never get tired of.

Seventh place belongs to Lady Gaga. “Artpop” which came out late 2013 was decent, far from her best, but it has definitely started to grow on me more and more since the concert. But it should be no surprise that she’s so high on the list.

Eight place, Alan Menken, also known as Disney Songs. These are the instrumental pieces from Aladdin, Pocahontas and Beauty and the Beast which I used a lot for studying. But Menkens works… I can’t even start to tell you how much I adore Alan Menken.

Ninth place is Dynazty. THIS was a bit unexpected. But “Renatus” was a hell of an album so I guess it makes sense.

Tenth place, Phineas and Ferb. Don’t really need to say that much about that. Phineas & Ferb is the shit.

Eleventh place is Reckless Love. Spirit is a good album, but it appears I don’t listen that much to them all in all. Their show in Stockholm earlier this year was great though!

12th place is Steel Panther. THIS is so weird. Why the heck are they so low? I guess it’s because “All You Can Eat” wasn’t as good as I had hoped it would be. Oh well.

13th – The Pretty Reckless. “Going To Hell” was a really good album which I enjoyed heavily to write about, and I’ve found myself listening to it more and more.

14th – Disney. This is the Frozen karaoke songs and also some Hunchback songs in Swedish. Not at all odd.

15th – Alice Cooper. It’s a lil odd to see him so low on the list, but he’s on it I guess.

So yes. Apparently, this is how I’ve listened to music this year. Of course, this doesn’t include all the time  I’ve listened to the CD’s in real and such, but a little hunch. And a better hunch than the one Spotify provided, haha, as I can actually make sense of this one.

// Sara

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