I was thinking about how little play Undermind and Round Room have gotten in 3.0, and I got curious to see how the different albums rank out. Most of this is expected (Originals not on studio albums and cover songs are far and away the top two spots) and some, though perhaps not surprising, seem interesting to me (Joy takes the top spot among studio albums by a quite a bit). In any case, here are the numbers, delivered in the form of a blog entry to justify the hour or so I spent doing it.
Songs appearing on Junta that were also on The White Tape were only counted for Junta. "Slave" was counted as part of The White Tape, which obviously changes the scoring for that album significantly.
1. Originals - No Studio Album 730 (18.93%)
2. Covers 678 (17.58%)
3. Joy 302 ( 7.83%)
4. Picture of Nectar 271 (7.03%)
5. Farmhouse 259 (6.72%)
6. Junta 250 (6.48%)
7. Hoist 227 (5.89%)
8. Lawn Boy 226 (5.86%)
9. Rift 211 (5.47%)
10. Story of the Ghost 203 (5.26%)
11. Billy Breathes 195 (5.06%)
12. Round Room 75 (1.94%)
13. Party Time 65 (1.69%)
14. The White Tape 58 (1.50%)
15. Undermind 56 (1.45%)
16. Trey Songs 32 (0.83%)
17. Mike Songs 11 (0.29%)
18. Page Songs 8 (0.21%)
19. The Siket Disc 7 (0.18%)
20. Dude of Life Songs 1 (0.03%)
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Trey Anastasio Band: February 25, 2010
7 years ago
Set 1: Shine, Push On 'Til the Day, Cayman Review, Valentine, Night Speaks to a Woman, Mozambique, Let Me Lie, Drifting, The Birdwatcher, Money, Love and Change, Backwards Down the Number Line, Wilson, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome, Beauty of My Dreams, Foggy Mountain Special
 Trey solo acoustic.
 Performed acoustic by Trey and the Del McCoury Band; TAB debut.
 Performed acoustic by Trey and the Del McCoury Band.
 Performed acoustic with the Del McCoury Band; TAB debut.
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