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ZERO Charts for Last.fm

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Rebel Bitch    8,345

Sorry if someone already made this thread before, I saw it now on ATRL and  I think it's really cool oprah2

 

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A place for music and chart fanatics to have their own "HOT 100".
With ZERO you can generate weekly charts of the songs you listen most based on your Last.fm. In addition, you can also access curiosities from your charts and create 'certificates' for songs and albums. See these and other tools in the following sections.

Last.fm

To use ZERO, you must have a Last.fm account, a "social music network," where you can track the artists and songs you listen to most

 

After you sign up there is an option called 'Charts' alongside HOME, FAQ, FORUM  & YOUR LAST.FM USERNAME (I recommend you to let Google Chrome [if you're using it] to traduce it) and there in the right side you will see 'Latest #1', there underneath you see 'Artist', 'Album' and 'Music', in the 'Music' section you click and it will ask you to import the 'weeks' from you last.fm account, you import them (given the fact that you signed up in ZERO with your last.fm account) and you will be able to check every single week, the import process takes a few seconds.

 it literally even has the 'records' for songs with better debuts, artists with the best debuts, it has also the largest number one and most weeks in the number one and everything  this is just like your own mini-Billboard

 

http://zerocharts.com.br/login

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Entea    29,205
10 minutes ago, Urbanov said:

I think @Entea did that some time ago sia1 

I did? I have never seen this website before dead2

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Royale    64,326

Yes! King @Vilppu introduced me to this site and it's amazing to keep up with your last.fm stats & your own charts etc.

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Andres    1,976

Been using them for a while now! Really cool to look at and a lot more organized than last.fm charts jj2

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Entea    29,205

Is there any way of displaying more than the weekly top 10? interesting1

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Hunty Bear    11,780
Just now, Entea said:

Is there any way of displaying more than the weekly top 10? interesting1

yeah you can update it so that it shows charts for your entire scrobbling history jj2 

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Entea    29,205
1 minute ago, Hunty Bear said:

yeah you can update it so that it shows charts for your entire scrobbling history jj2 

Thanks jj2

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Entea    29,205
2 minutes ago, ZAYN MALIK said:

I forgot my password so I don't use this site anymore dead4

 

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Hunty Bear    11,780
8 hours ago, Entea said:

@Hunty Bear @ZAYN MALIK do you know if you can delete singles from album charts, it's kinda messing it up dead2

I don't really think so dead4 I just try to edit them out of the chart manually if I can (I only do a top 10 for my albums anyway lol)

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Gabe.    4,883

this is amazing scream1 

 

really wish i used last.fm more since i only have it on my laptop these days, brb installing it on my phone tbh

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dweebz    41
On 8/15/2017 at 5:08 PM, Angelus said:

This is great. But someone explain what's All-kill?

All kill means that artist is the #1 artist, has the #1 song, and the #1 album for that week.

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