I have only listened to about half of the tracks on the Leonard Cohen (Live in London) album, a couple I’ve listened to twice. I’ve listened to the entire Creeper (Sex, Death & The Infinite Void) album twice and one or two tracks 3 times. It doesn’t make any sense to me that Leonard Cohen, Live in London is my 4th most listened to album. What gives?
I guess it makes sense, time spent listening to a particular album could be considered the most listened to, it’s just not intuitive or what a person would expect. Generally, if you really enjoy an album you listen to it repeatedly and that would make it “Most Played”.
It’s the reverse to how Last.fm sees things, which always irked me. If for instance you listened to an album with 6 tracks on it 3 times and an album with 20 tracks on it once, the top artist and album would be the 20 track one. This to me also seems counterintuitive so I think I prefer the Roon logic. I guess no system is perfect (unless you could specify in settings how it would work!)