Script Summary: Lists your friends that listen to particular artist, album or track along with playcount and loved indicator.
Wondering if you're the only one, or the first to listen to a song or an artist? Now you can find out with a little help of Last.fm and this userscript. Finding friends that listen to music you're interested in at the moment is now made easy!
This script adds a section below "Listeners" header on the right side of all artist, album and track pages on Last.fm. It's surprising it's not there, out of the box.
This script makes use of Last.fm API to query for friends of currently logged in user, and then queries for playcount for each of them.
Google Chrome users should click the icon below to install it as an extension. The userscript button at the top won't work for you if you're on Chrome.
About extension for Chrome
Why an extension and not just a userscript? Last.fm API calls are different-domain while Chrome userscripts must follow same-origin policy. Fortunately extensions don't have this limitation, because of the assumption they are trusted, so it's possible to use it with Chrome.
Feb 13 2011
Default avatar for users without one.
Feb 7 2011
Changed "0 play" to "0 plays".
Jan 22 2011
Progress update while loading friends.
Icon and version number for greasemonkey.
Dec 21 2010
Fix for special characters in artist, album or track names.
Dec 19 2010
A nicer throbber (spinning wheel).
Updated to make it work with the current layout of track pages.