Scrobble Report: 3Q 2017

It's that time of the year again: The Hideaway Quarterly Scrobble Report, courtesy of our friends over at last.fm. The number at the top of the post - 2662 - besides being both even and palindromic, represents the number of unique songs among the 3385 total scrobbles to my last.fm account between July 1 and September 30. A total of 1207 different artists and 2014 albums were scrobbled in the third quarter of 2017 as well. Three of the last quarter's Top 5 have carried over onto this quarter's Top 18 Most Played Songs (all the tracks with six or more plays):
From number 18 in upper left corner to Number One in the lower righthand corner, these are my eighteen most played tracks over the past three months.

Over on the Twelve Most Played Albums chart, things are decidedly less <ahem> country as only one of the songs above makes an appearance below, on Most Played Album number 6:
Number 12 is in the upper left-hand corner while Number One is in the lower right corner.

As for the Most Scrobbled Artists, a few names debuted in the Top 20 for the quarter and for the year to date cumes as well, including a new Number One.

Most Scrobbled Artists 2017
Apr-JunJul-SepJan-Sep 2017
1Dwight YoakamVan HalenFleetwood Mac
2QueenJimmy WebbQueen
3Fleetwood MacFleetwood MacThe Beatles
4PrinceLinda RonstadtVan Halen
5ForeignerEaglesDwight Yoakam
6David BowieDan AuerbachEagles
7Elton JohnPrinceDavid Bowie
8John MellencampElectric Light OrchestraForeigner
10Electric Light OrchestraKissThe Clash
11Steve Miller BandEmitt RhodesElectric Light Orchestra
13The BeatlesBay City RollersThe Rolling Stones
14The J. Geils BandForeignerAC/DC
15The Rolling StonesBilly JoelSteve Miller Band
16The ClashQueenThe Cars
17BlondieCheap TrickBlondie
18KissABBAElton John
19Thomas RhettMelody GardotBilly Joel
20Pink FloydLuis FonsiLinda Ronstadt
Lastly, for the second consecutive quarter, The Hideaway's scrobbles have taken a downward turn though it should be noted that we are still ahead of Q3 2016. There's a perfectly valid reason for the numbers and it's not something crazy like I've been listening to less music; I've just been listening to my new favorite radio station which I'll talk more about in the future.

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