Top 10 Most Viral Tracks on Spotify

These two "Top 10? lists represent the most viral tracks on Spotify in the United States and the United Kingdom. The results are based on the number of people who shared the track, divided by the number of people who listened to it, from Monday, Dec. 17, to Sunday, Dec., 23 on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

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1. R.E.M., "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" (Capitol Records)

2. Fort Atlantic, "Let Your Heart Hold Fast" (Dualtone)

3. Tamar Braxton, "Love and War" (Universal Republic)

4. The Neighbourhood, "Sweater Weather" (SME/the (r)evolve group)

5. Ra Ra Riot, "When I Dream" (Barsuk Records)

6. Lifehouse, "Between the Raindrops" (Geffen Records)

7. Christina Aguilera, "Just a Fool" (RCA Records)

8. In This Moment, "Blood" (Century Media)

9. The Killers, "Here With Me" (Island Def Jam)

10. Chief Keef, "Hate Bein' Sober" (Interscope Records)


1. R.E.M., "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" (Capitol Records)

2. >1 Fish Man, "One Pound Fish - Market Version" (Karman Entertainment)

3. Howard Shore, "Misty Mountains" (WaterTower Music)

4. Black Veil Brides, "In the End" (Universal Republic)

5. Kavinsky, "Protovision" (Record Makers)

6. Alex Winston, "Velvet Elvis" (V2 Records)

7. My Chemical Romance, "The World Is Ugly" (Reprise Records)

8. Bob Dylan, "It Must Be Santa" (Sony Music)

9. Metallica, "Nothing Else Matters" (Blackened Recordings)

10. Tom Odell, "Another Love" (Sony Music)

Spotify's founder, 29-year-old Daniel Ek, created the enormously popular music streaming service because he wanted to beat piracy issues.

"I was born in Sweden, and in Sweden we are known for the piracy services," Ek told ABC News' John Muller in an ABC News / Yahoo! News Newsmakers interview." I decided I wanted to create a product that was better than piracy."

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