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By Victor Luckerson
December 7, 2015

Every December brings an avalanche of lists ranking the year’s best songs, albums and artists. But music streaming service Spotify is making it easier for its users to see their own personal best-of-2015 lists.

The company has launched a “Year in Music” website that shows users their most-streamed tracks of the year, as well as their favorite genres. Spotify will even tabulate how many minutes you spent streaming over the course of the year and how many different artists you listened to.

Users that want to delve deeper into the data can also generate a list of their 100 most-streamed songs of 2015. And of course, the company has made it easy to share your musical tastes across social media — if your guilty pleasures don’t embarrass you too much, that is.

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