Ed Sheeran and Arctic Monkeys hang on to their spots in the top 10, but 80% of the chart is new this month, featuring songs by Dire Straits, The Beatles, The White Stripes, Eric Clapton, Phish, and others.
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The Arctic Monkeys, Daft Punk and Bob Marley are all back with a vengeance after dropping off the chart for a couple of months, but they couldn't hold back newly added songs from Bôa and Ed Sheeran.
When you put enough guitarists together, classic rock and heavy metal are always well represented. The FATpick chart is no exception: Pink Floyd earned two spots in the top 10 this month; the Swedish power metal act HammerFall made a strong second-place showing; and familiar faces like AC/DC and System of a Down also ranked in the top 10. But it's a pretty eclectic list overall: from America's 1970s folk-rock anthem “Horse With No Name” at the top of the chart to 90s alt-rock staples like Cake and Beck to traditional country songs from the 1930s. There's even a track from the soundtrack to the surrealist rom-com movie Amélie. It's Forrest's box of chocolates in here. You never know what you're going to get.
The Eagles' Hotel California was the most played song in FATpick for May 2021. Other popular songs included Armata by Powerwolf, Beethoven's Für Elise, I Walk the Line by Johnny Cash and Do I Wanna Know by the Arctic Monkeys.
The most popular song in FATpick for April 2021 was Zombie by the Cranberries, accounting for 1.8% of the total play time. Other top songs include Daft Punk's Get Lucky (1.5%), Rebel Rebel by David Bowie (1.5%), Eric Clapton's Wonderful Tonight (1.4%) and Shout at the Devil by Mötley Crüe.
Most played songs - and most played new songs - in FATpick for March 2021.
Most popular songs for February 2021.
Most played songs, most active users, and other facts about how people used FATpick to learn guitar in 2020.
Observations about the 215 songs and 851 tracks you shared in 2020.
The five most played songs on FATpick for November 2020.
It's been a good week for metal fans. Everything from melodic death metal band At the Gates to 70s glam-metal act KISS is represented. New tabs added to FATpick also incldue songs by Alice in Chains, Metallica and DragonForce.
New tabs added to FATpick this week include several classic 80s post-punk songs like 'Blister in the Sun' by the Violent Femmes, 'Train in Vain' by the Clash, and 'I Will Follow' by U2; the early-naughts post-punk revival 'Hard to Explain' by the Strokes and 'Stan', one of Eminem's signature tracks.