Twenty One Pilots have found themselves at the top yet again. BuzzAngle released their report on 2016 music consumption, and it features information on what people listened to, bought and streamed in 2016.

Unsurprisingly, vinyl album sales grew 25.9 percent from 2015, with Twenty One Pilots’ Blurryface leading the pack with a whopping 49,004 vinyl albums sold last year. The group’s album Vessel ranked No. 9, with 31,006 vinyl sales.

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Of course, Twenty One Pilots weren’t the only scene favorites to make the cut. Blink-182’s California ranked No. 16 for vinyl sales, with 25,549 total vinyl records sold, and Panic! At The Disco’s Death Of A Bachelor claimed No. 17, with a total of 24,861 vinyl records sold.

Along with their vinyl reign, BuzzAngle reports that Twenty One Pilot’s Blurryface record ranked No. 5 in overall consumption, with 676,227 album sales, 4,017,781 song sales and 874,933,813 total audio streams.

Panic! At The Disco’s Death Of A Bachelor took No. 19 in overall consumption, with 494,323 total album sales, 1,111,329 song sales and 359,069,391 total streams.

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In general music statistics, BuzzAngle reported that overall album sales were down 15.6 percent, and in total, there were more streams on any given day during 2016 (the daily average being 1.2 billion) than their were song downloads for the entire year, which came in at 734 million total sales.

Read BuzzAngle's full 2016 report here.

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