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The top tune pages viewed and searches made over the last seven days (with previous winners excluded for a week). [Charts last updated 28 Jul 2016 at around 6am GMT.]

For more details on how the charts are generated, take a look at this blog article and this update.

Top 10 tunes

  1. Zelda OoT - Song of Storms FLUTE {SHANTOTTO}
  2. DragonForce - Through the Fire and Flames (7:19)
  3. Epic Sax Guy (2:04)
  4. Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time - House Theme
  5. Doom E1M1 (Lute) - By KJJayhawk of Vilya
  6. george michael careless whisper (4:35)
  7. Julie Ann Johnson
  8. Gerudo Valley
  9. Uti vår hage
  10. Pokemon (1:02)

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