Last.fm Top Tracks chart achievements, Part I (Worldwide chart)

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These lists highlight significant achievements based on the weekly Last.fm International Top Tracks chart, spanning from the inception week ending 20 Feb 2005 through the week ending 30 Dec 2012.
You can also check all-time number-one songs week by week on Wikipedia.
List of Last.fm number-one songs of the 2010s
List of Last.fm number-one songs of the 2000s

Contents:
1 Track achievements
1.1 Tracks with the most weeks at #1
1.2 Tracks with the most weeks at #2 (without hitting #1)
1.3 Tracks with the most weeks in the top 10
1.4 Most Listened-to #1 hits in a single week

2 Artist achievements
2.1 Artists with the most cumulative weeks at #1
2.2 Artists with the most consecutive weeks featuring self-replacement at #1
2.3 Artists with the most Top 10 (Top 5) hits
2.4 Artists who occupied the top 10 (top 5) positions simultaneously

3 Album achievements
3.1 Albums with the most number-one hits


Tracks with the most weeks at #1
Rank - Weeks at #1 - Artist – Track

1 - 40 weeks - Coldplay – Viva la Vida
2 - 38 weeks - Adele – Rolling in the Deep
3 - 29 weeks - Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know
4 - 27 weeks - Lady Gaga – Bad Romance
4 - 27 weeks - The Postal Service – Such Great Heights
6 - 15 weeks - Coldplay – Speed of Sound
7 - 14 weeks - Linkin Park – What I've Done
8 - 13 weeks - Lady Gaga – Poker Face
8 - 13 weeks - Radiohead – 15 Step
10 - 12 weeks - The Killers – When You Were Young
11 - 10 weeks - Muse – Uprising
11 - 10 weeks - Radiohead – Bodysnatchers
13 - 9 weeks - Gnarls Barkley – Crazy
13 - 9 weeks - Katy Perry – Teenage Dream
13 - 9 weeks - Lady Gaga – Alejandro
13 - 9 weeks - Red Hot Chili Peppers – Dani California
13 - 9 weeks - Rihanna – Only Girl (In the World)
18 - 8 weeks - Rihanna – Diamonds
19 - 6 weeks - Kanye West – Stronger
20 - 5 weeks - Kings of Leon – Sex on Fire
20 - 5 weeks - Radiohead – Nude
20 - 5 weeks - The Killers – Somebody Told Me
23 - 4 weeks - Fall Out Boy – This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race
23 - 4 weeks - Michael Jackson – Billie Jean
23 - 4 weeks - Mika – Grace Kelly
23 - 4 weeks - Mumford & Sons – I Will Wait
23 - 4 weeks - Snow Patrol – Chasing Cars
28 - 3 weeks - Arcade Fire – Keep the Car Running
28 - 3 weeks - Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
28 - 3 weeks - Katy Perry – Firework
28 - 3 weeks - My Chemical Romance – Welcome to the Black Parade
32 - 2 weeks - Coldplay – Fix You
32 - 2 weeks - Coldplay – Paradise
32 - 2 weeks - Coldplay – Violet Hill
32 - 2 weeks - Death Cab for Cutie – I Will Possess Your Heart
32 - 2 weeks - Franz Ferdinand – Do You Want To
32 - 2 weeks - Kanye West – Dark Fantasy
32 - 2 weeks - Lady Gaga – Judas
32 - 2 weeks - Lady Gaga – Telephone (feat. Beyoncé)
32 - 2 weeks - Lana del Rey – Born to Die
32 - 2 weeks - Nine Inch Nails – The Hand That Feeds
32 - 2 weeks - Panic! At the Disco – I Write Sins Not Tragedies
32 - 2 weeks - Radiohead – Lotus Flower
32 - 2 weeks - Rihanna – We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris)
32 - 2 weeks - System of a Down – Hypnotize
32 - 2 weeks - Taylor Swift – We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
32 - 2 weeks - The Strokes – Under Cover of Darkness
32 - 2 weeks - The White Stripes – Icky Thump
32 - 2 weeks - The xx – Angels
32 - 2 weeks - Tool – Vicarious
51 - 1 week - Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
51 - 1 week - Amy Winehouse – Rehab
51 - 1 week - Arcade Fire – Black Mirror
51 - 1 week - Arctic Monkeys – D Is for Dangerous
51 - 1 week - Kings of Leon – Radioactive
51 - 1 week - Lana del Rey – Video Games
51 - 1 week - Metallica – The Day That Never Comes
51 - 1 week - MGMT – Kids
51 - 1 week - Nine Inch Nails – 1 Ghosts I
51 - 1 week - Nine Inch Nails – 999,999
51 - 1 week - Radiohead – Bloom
51 - 1 week - System of a Down – Cigaro
51 - 1 week - The Killers – Human

Tracks with the most weeks at #2 (without hitting #1)
Weeks at #2 - Artist – Track

20 weeks - Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe
(held by "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Gotye)
16 weeks - Death Cab for Cutie – Soul Meets Body
(held by "Such Great Heights" by The Postal Service)
9 weeks - Ke$ha – TiK ToK
(held by "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga)
8 weeks - Muse – Starlight
8 weeks - Adele – Someone Like You

Tracks with the most weeks in the top 10
Weeks in the top 10 (top 5) - Peak - Artist – Track

113 (96) weeks - 1 - The Postal Service – Such Great Heights
94 (17) weeks - 2 - Muse – Supermassive Black Hole
86 (16) weeks - 3 - Oasis – Wonderwall
85 (60) weeks - 1 - Kings of Leon – Sex on Fire
76 (63) weeks - 1 - Lady Gaga – Poker Face
76 (38) weeks - 2 - Muse – Starlight
75 (41) weeks - 1 - MGMT – Kids
73 (63) weeks - 1 - Adele – Rolling in the Deep
66 (60) weeks - 1 - Coldplay – Viva la Vida
62 (29) weeks - 2 - MGMT – Time to Pretend
60 (32) weeks - 2 - Death Cab for Cutie – Soul Meets Body
58 (26) weeks - 2 - Kings of Leon – Use Somebody
58 (37) weeks - 2 - Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks
52 (43) weeks - 1 - Lady Gaga – Bad Romance
52 (11) weeks - 4 - The xx – Crystalised
50 (42) weeks - 1 - Coldplay – Fix You

Most Listened-to #1 hits in a single week
Listeners – Week-ending date – Artist - #1 hit

(listed by each track's peak listeners week)
86,389 - 2011/02/27 - Radiohead – Lotus Flower
81,755 - 2012/04/22 - Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know
76,462 - 2012/09/16 - The xx – Angels
75,377 - 2011/02/20 - Radiohead – Bloom
67,122 - 2007/10/14 - Radiohead – 15 Step
61,793 - 2012/09/30 - Mumford & Sons – I Will Wait
61,203 - 2012/02/19 - Adele – Rolling in the Deep
60,955 - 2011/05/29 - Lady Gaga – Judas
60,516 - 2012/02/05 - Lana Del Rey – Born to Die


Artists with the most cumulative weeks at #1
Rank - Cumulative weeks at #1 (Number of hits) - Artist

1 - 61 weeks (5) - Coldplay
2 - 53 weeks (5) - Lady Gaga
3 - 38 weeks (1) - Adele
4 - 31 weeks (5) - Radiohead
5 - 29 weeks (1) - Gotye
6 - 27 weeks (1) - The Postal Service
7 - 19 weeks (3) - Rihanna
8 - 18 weeks (3) - The Killers
9 - 14 weeks (1) - Linkin Park
10 - 12 weeks (2) - Katy Perry
11 - 10 weeks (1) - Muse
12 - 9 weeks (1) - Gnarls Barkley
12 - 9 weeks (1) - Red Hot Chili Peppers
14 - 8 weeks (2) - Kanye West
15 - 7 weeks (3) - Arcade Fire
16 - 6 weeks (2) - Kings of Leon
17 - 4 weeks (3) - Nine Inch Nails
18 - 4 weeks (1) - Fall Out Boy
18 - 4 weeks (1) - Michael Jackson
18 - 4 weeks (1) - Mika
18 - 4 weeks (1) - Mumford & Sons
18 - 4 weeks (1) - Snow Patrol
23 - 3 weeks (2) - Lana Del Rey
23 - 3 weeks (2) - System of a Down
25 - 3 weeks (1) - My Chemical Romance
26 - 2 weeks (2) - Amy Winehouse
27 - 2 weeks (1) - Death Cab for Cutie
27 - 2 weeks (1) - Franz Ferdinand
27 - 2 weeks (1) - Panic! at the Disco
27 - 2 weeks (1) - Taylor Swift
27 - 2 weeks (1) - The Strokes
27 - 2 weeks (1) - The White Stripes
27 - 2 weeks (1) - The xx
27 - 2 weeks (1) - Tool
35 - 1 week (1) - Arctic Monkeys
35 - 1 week (1) - Metallica
35 - 1 week (1) - MGMT

Artists with the most consecutive weeks featuring self-replacement at #1
Consecutive weeks at #1 - Artist: #1 Tracks (Span)

37 weeks - Lady Gaga: Bad Romance, Telephone (feat. Beyoncé), Alejandro (2009–2010)
18 weeks - Radiohead: 15 Step, Bodysnatchers (2007–2008)
17 weeks - Coldplay: Speed of Sound, Fix You (2005)
15 weeks - Coldplay: Violet Hill, Viva La Vida (2008)
7 weeks - Radiohead: Bodysnatchers, Nude (2008)
4 weeks - Arcade Fire: Black Mirror, Keep the Car Running (2007)
3 weeks - Radiohead: Bloom, Lotus Flower (2011)
3 weeks - Lana del Rey: Video Games, Born To Die (2012)

Artists with the most Top 10 (Top 5) hits
Number of Top 10 (Top 5) hits - Artist

28 (15) - Coldplay
23 (10) - Nine Inch Nails
21 (14) - Radiohead
20 (11) - Arcade Fire
17 (9) - System of a Down
16 (5) - Red Hot Chili Peppers
16 (10) - Muse
16 (8) - The Killers
14 (11) - Lady Gaga
14 (8) - Arctic Monkeys

Artists who occupied the top 5 positions simultaneously
Weeks with the top 5 positions occupied - Artist

24 weeks - Radiohead
10 weeks - Coldplay
5 weeks - Lady Gaga
4 weeks - Arcade Fire
3 weeks - Michael Jackson
2 weeks - Muse
2 weeks - The xx
1 week - Nine Inch Nails
1 week - System of a Down
Besides, Radiohead, Coldplay, The xx and Nine Inch Nails have ever occupied the entire top 10 positions simultaneously, but only Radiohead has achieved the feat for more than one week, they've made the accomplishment for 18 consecutive weeks, from the week ending 14 Oct 2007 to the week ending 10 Feb 2008 after their album In Rainbows came out on 10 Oct 2007.

NOTES:
Kanye West is the one and only Hip-Hop/Rap artist with #1 hits.
1) Stronger spent 6 consecutive weeks at #1
2) Dark Fantasy spent 2 consecutive weeks at #1
Taylor Swift is the one and only Country/Pop artist with #1 hit, her "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" spent 2 consecutive weeks at #1


Albums with the most number-one hits
Total weeks with album tracks at #1 - Artist – Album

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