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Spotify's Top 10 most viral tracks

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The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday, Jan. 20, to Sunday, Jan. 26, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. Tycho, "Montana" (Ghostly International)

2. Manchester Orchestra, "Top Notch" (Seven Four Entertainment, LLC./Republic Records)

3. Beck, "Blue Moon" (Capitol Records)

4. A Great Big World, "Everyone Is Gay" (Epic Records)

5. Timeflies, "All The Way" (Island Def Jam Music)

6. Schoolboy Q, "Break The Bank" (Interscope Records)

7. Bastille, "What Would You Do" (Virgin Records Ltd)

8. Foster the People, "Coming of Age" (Columbia Records)

9. MisterWives, "Reflections" (The Island Def Jam Music Group)

10. Hozier, "Take Me To Church" (Rubyworks)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. Pharrell Williams, "Happy" (Back Lot Music)

2. Clean Bandit, "Rather Be feat. Jess Glynne" (Warner Music UK Limited)

3. Damon Albarn, "Everyday Robots" (Parlophone UK)

4. Elbow, "Fly Boy Blue / Lunette" (Polydor Ltd.)

5. Oscar Isaac, Marcus Mumford, "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song) from Inside Llewyn Davis: Original Soundtrack Record" (Nonesuch Records)

6. George Ezra, "Budapest" (Sony Music Entertainment UK)

7. Beck, "Blue Moon" (Fonograf Records)

8. Bombay Bicycle Club, "It's Alright Now" (Universal Island Records)

9. Mogwai, "Remurdered" (Rock Action Records)

10. Hozier, "Take Me To Church" (Rubyworks)

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