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The Track Three Theory

I don't know if I'm observant, or if this is a dumb thing to notice, or if it's obvious so I'm stupid for posting this... BUT I've always noticed that (though it happens more often in mainstream albums) when an album has a single that gets pretty popular, it's ALMOST ALWAYS track number three. Even if it doesn't ever get too popular, track three so so so often seems to be a single. It's definitely the most popular track to place a single for some reason! Either track two or five are next popular, followed by one, four, or seven. List is albums I have that have a track three single.
1AFI
Decemberunderground
2All Time Low
Nothing Personal
3The Cab
Whisper War
4Cobra Starship
Hot Mess
5David Guetta
One Love
6Fall Out Boy
Take This To Your Grave
7Fall Out Boy
From Under the Cork Tree
8Fall Out Boy
Infinity On High
9Fall Out Boy
Folie a Deux
10 So Sudden
The Hush Sound
11 Goodbye Blues
The Hush Sound
12Jack's Mannequin
The Glass Passenger
13The Killers
Day & Age
14Motion City Soundtrack
My Dinosaur Life
15 Muse
Black Holes & Revelations
16Muse
The Resistance
17Say Anything
Say Anything
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