Top 20 Albums And Track From Premium Streaming Service ‘Tidal’

Tidal Streaming Stats

As previously mentioned, ‘Tidal’ currently offer 25 million streamable CD-quality tracks for £20 a month, which is double Spotify’s cost, but a price some real audiophiles are willing to pay for that cut above the rest.
It’s been seen in vinyl and now seems to be the case in streaming too; those who pay more for their music have a different taste in what they listen to. It’s tempting to say “better”, but this is of course subjective. Take a look at the stats below.

Tidal: Top 20 Most Played Albums
1. Pink Floyd – The Endless River
2. Ed Sheeran – X
3. Bill Frisell – Guitar In The Space Age
4. D’Angelo And The Vanguard – Black Messiah
5. Royksopp – The Inevitable End
6. TV On The Radio – Seeds
7. Kiasmos – Kiasmos
8. Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways
9. Distance, Light & Sky – Casting Nets
10. Hans Zimmer – Interstellar soundtrack
11. Run The Jewels – Run The Jewels 2
12. GoGo Penguin – v2.0
13. She & Him – Classics
14. Sam Smith – In The Lonely Hour
15. J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive
16. Beck – Morning Phase
17. Annie Lennox – Nostalgia
18. Daft Punk – Random Access Memories
19. The New Basement Tapes – Lost On The River
20. Daniel Lanois – Flesh and Machine

Tidal: Top 20 Most Played Tracks
1. Hozier – Take Me To Church
2. Future Islands – Seasons (Waiting On You)
3. SOAK – B a nobody
4. Pink Floyd – Things Left Unsaid
5. Kiasmos – Held
6. Sam Smith – Pipeline
7. Bill Frisell – Pipeline
8. Foo Fighters – Something From Nothing
9. Pink Floyd – It’s What We Do
10. Sia – Chandelier
11. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk
12. Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy
13. Lily & Madeleine – Fumes
14. TV On The Radio – Happy Idiot
15. The Toure-Raichel Collective – Tidhar
16. Pink Floyd – Ebb And Flow
17. Foo Fighters – Congregation
18. Pink Floyd – Sum
19. Baauer – One Touch
20. D’Angelo And The Vanguard – Ain’t That Easy