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2009’s most downloaded
January 1, 2010, 8:25 pm
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Our Free Music Fridays are always pretty popular, and a great way to discover new music as well as pick up some brilliant remixes and live recordings. Taking a look back over 2009, we thought it would be interesting to see which songs had been the most popular, and there are definitely some surprising inclusions among the 30 most snaffled MP3s. BBC Sound Of 2010 nominee Ellie Goulding proved she had massive appeal by making two appearances in the top 10, while our premieres of brand new material from Danielle Spencer, Fern Knight and Kelli Ali were the three biggest hitters. Full list and links below.

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01 Danielle Spencer, ‘Citizen
02 Fern Knight, ‘The Poisoner
03 Kelli Ali, ‘Rocking Horse‘ [Butterfly version]
04 Joshua Radin feat. Maria Taylor, ‘When You Find Me
05 Kay Pettigrew, ‘Fresh Prince Of Bel Air‘ [Will Smith cover]
06 Bat For Lashes, ‘Daniel‘ [Tara Busch’s AnalogSuicide mix]
07 Ellie Goulding, ‘Wish I Stayed
08 Ellie Goulding, ‘The Wolves‘ [Bon Iver cover]
09
Jessica Grace – The Bastard Left Me [9-track mini-album]
10 Alela Diane & Alina Hardin, ‘Bowling Green

11 Diane Birch, ‘What Is Love?‘ [Haddaway cover]
12 Tori Amos, ‘Ophelia‘ [live on KCRW]
13 Catherine AD, ‘Carry Your Heart‘ [Tara Busch’s AnalogSuicide mix]
14 Class Actress, ‘All The Saints
15 Hanne Hukkelberg, ‘Blood From A Stone
16 Sharon Van Etten, ‘For You
17 Kristin Hersh, ‘Gin
18 Jenny Owen Youngs, ‘Led To The Sea
19 Jenny Lewis, ‘Just Like Zeus‘ [live]
20 Cortney Tidwell, ‘17 Horses

21 Alexa Wilding, ‘Black Diamond Day
22 Sarah Blasko, ‘No Turning Back
23 Alela Diane, ‘White As Diamonds
24 Lisa Germano, ‘The Prince Of Plati
25 Alexandra Hope, ‘Whatever You Want
26 Lulu & The Lampshades, ‘Clown Tit Fun
27 Rachael McShane, ‘The Gardener
28 The Langley Sisters, ‘It’s Strange To Be In Love
29 Lou Rhodes, ‘There For The Taking
30 Warpaint, ‘Billie Holiday

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Alan Pedder

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