Oasis, One Direction and the Spice Girls were the top three artists streamed via Last.fm following the Olympic Closing Ceremony according to data from the digital music service.
By recording trends in ‘scrobbling’ - where Last.fm keeps a record of every track listened to on various digital platforms - the platform's live data found that the music event greatly impacted listening habits.
Wonderwall by Oasis was the most scrobbled track after Liam Gallagher performed the seminal single under the moniker of his new band Beady Eye.
One Direction hit What Makes You Beautiful was second place on the list with Spice Girls Spice Up Your Life taking third place.
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here and Muse Survival rounded off the top five with John Legend, The Who and Queen all making appearances in the top ten.
George Michael’s Freedom-90 was bottom of the pops and received a relatively low-level of listeners on Sunday night.
The performances also created a natural spike in listening habits, with the majority of acts benefitting from increased listeners following their appearance.
The spikes occurred shortly after the Spice Girls, Beady Eye (Oasis), John Lennon (performance of Imagine), Pink Floyd (performance of Wish You Were Here), The Who and One Direction took to the stage.