20 Years Of Triple J's Hottest 100 - 2013
# Title Artist Time Year Country
1 Wonderwall Oasis 4:19 1995 England
2 Seven Nation Army The White Stripes 3:52 2003 USA
3 Last Goodbye Jeff Buckley 4:36 1994 USA
4 The Nosebleed Section Hilltop Hoods 3:40 2003 Australia
5 Bitter Sweet Symphony The Verve 5:59 1997 England
6 Everlong Foo Fighters 4:13 1997 USA
7 Mr. Brightside The Killers 3:43 2004 USA
8 These Days Powderfinger 4:15 1999 Australia
9 Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra) Gotye 4:04 2011 Australia
10 My Happiness Powderfinger 4:37 2000 Australia
11 No One Knows Queens Of The Stone Age 4:39 2002 USA
12 Hearts A Mess Gotye 6:06 2006 Australia
13 Paranoid Android Radiohead 6:24 1997 England
14 Little Lion Man Mumford & Sons 4:07 2009 England
15 Breathe The Prodigy 5:35 1996 England
16 Skinny Love Bon Iver 3:59 2007 USA
17 Tomorrow Silverchair 4:26 1994 Australia
18 Hey Ya! Outkast 3:55 2003 USA
19 Dammit Blink-182 2:47 1997 USA
20 Prisoner Of Society The Living End 3:55 1997 Australia
21 1979 The Smashing Pumpkins 4:26 1995 USA
22 Song 2 Blur 2:01 1997 England
23 Knights Of Cydonia Muse 6:07 2006 England
24 One Crowded Hour Augie March 4:16 2006 Australia
25 Bullet With Butterfly Wings The Smashing Pumpkins 4:19 1995 USA
26 Chop Suey! System Of A Down 3:31 2001 USA
27 Frontier Psychiatrist The Avalanches 4:50 2000 Australia
28 Scar Tissue Red Hot Chili Peppers 3:36 1999 USA
29 Take Me Out Franz Ferdinand 3:57 2004 Scotland
30 Californication Red Hot Chili Peppers 5:30 1999 USA
31 Teardrop Massive Attack 5:31 1998 England
32 Stinkfist Tool 5:11 1996 USA
33 Zombie The Cranberries 5:06 1994 Ireland
34 Brick Ben Folds Five 4:32 1997 USA
35 Karma Police Radiohead 4:22 1997 England
36 Hallejujah Jeff Buckley 6:53 1994 USA
37 Sabotage Beastie Boys 2:58 1994 USA
38 Sweet Disposition The Temper Trap 3:54 2008 Australia
39 Heart-Shaped Box Nirvana 4:41 1993 USA
40 Closer Nine Inch Nails 6:13 1994 USA
41 Yellow Coldplay 4:29 2000 England
42 Brother Matt Corby 4:10 2011 Australia
43 Betterman The John Butler Trio 8:19 2001 Australia
44 One More Time Daft Punk 5:21 2000 France
45 Float On Modest Mouse 3:29 2004 USA
46 Into My Arms Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 4:15 1997 Australia
47 Self Esteem The Offspring 4:18 1994 USA
48 Last Nite The Strokes 3:18 2001 USA
49 Dog Days Are Over Florence And The Machine 4:07 2008 England
50 Better Man Pearl Jam 4:29 1994 USA
51 Bohemian Like You The Dandy Warhols 3:32 2000 USA
52 Feel Good Inc. (feat. De La Soul) Gorillaz 3:41 2005 England
53 Every You Every Me Placebo 3:34 1998 England
54 Sex On Fire Kings Of Leon 3:24 2008 USA
55 Praise You Fatboy Slim 5:23 1998 England
56 Born Slippy .NUXX Underworld 9:46 1995 England
57 Banquet Bloc Party 3:21 2005 England
58 No Aphrodisiac The Whitlams 4:20 1997 Australia
59 Around The World Daft Punk 7:10 1997 France
60 Glycerine Bush 4:28 1994 England
61 Lonely Boy The Black Keys 3:13 2011 USA
62 Buy Me A Pony Spiderbait 1:44 1996 Australia
63 Chemical Heart Grinspoon 4:40 2002 Australia
64 Kids MGMT 5:04 2007 USA
65 Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger Daft Punk 3:44 2001 France
66 Berlin Chair You Am I 2:37 1993 Australia
67 Breezeblocks Alt-J 3:47 2012 England
68 Are You Gonna Be My Girl? Jet 3:34 2003 Australia
69 Lose Yourself Eminem 5:20 2002 USA
70 ! (The Song Formerly Known As) Regurgitator 3:28 1997 Australia
71 Clint Eastwood (feat. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien) Gorillaz 5:44 2001 England
72 Joker & The Thief Wolfmother 4:41 2005 Australia
73 Home Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros 5:02 2009 USA
74 Let's Dance To Joy Division The Wombats 3:11 2007 England
75 Somebody Told Me The Killers 3:17 2004 USA
76 Electric Feel MGMT 3:49 2007 USA
77 My People The Presets 4:31 2007 Australia
78 Freak Silverchair 3:49 1997 Australia
79 I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor Arctic Monkeys 2:54 2005 England
80 Bulls On Parade Rage Against The Machine 3:51 1996 USA
81 Big Jet Plane Angus & Julia Stone 3:59 2010 Australia
82 Teenage Dirtbag Wheatus 4:02 2000 USA
83 Common People Pulp 5:52 1995 England
84 Gold Digger (feat. Jamie Foxx) Kanye West 3:28 2005 USA
85 Gangsta's Paradise Coolio 4:01 1995 USA
86 When You Were Young The Killers 3:41 2006 USA
87 Naïve The Kooks 3:24 2006 England
88 Monsters Something For Kate 3:40 2001 Australia
89 Wolf Like Me TV On The Radio 4:39 2006 USA
90 Straight Lines Silverchair 4:18 2007 Australia
91 Harpoon Jebediah 4:28 1997 Australia
92 Little Talks Of Monsters And Men 4:25 2011 Iceland
93 Black Hole Sun Soundgarden 5:19 1994 USA
94 Pumped Up Kicks Foster The People 3:53 2010 USA
95 Cigarettes Will Kill You Ben Lee 3:50 1998 Australia
96 Hello The Cat Empire 3:44 2003 Australia
97 Paper Planes M.I.A. 3:25 2007 England
98 Leaving Home Jebediah 3:00 1997 Australia
99 Video Games Lana Del Rey 4:47 2011 USA
100 Intergalactic Beastie Boys 3:52 1998 USA
101 Zebra The John Butler Trio 3:57 2003 Australia

Facts for 2013

The 2013 20 Years of Triple J's Hottest 100, was the seventh Hottest 100 countdown for which votes were not restricted to a single year, but the first Hottest 100 countdown for which votes were restricted to a range of years. It was announced on May 8th as a way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the yearly Hottest 100s, and to find out the public's favourite song for the past 20 years. Voting was only open to songs whose release date fell between January 1st, 1993, and December 31st, 2012. These voting restrictions immediately knocked out songs that voters mentioned would be #1 via social media, such as Radiohead's 'Creep' and Rage Against The Machine's 'Killing In The Name'; both of which featured in the 1993 countdown, but were released in 1992, and therefore ineligible.

The Countdown

The countdown took place over the weekend of June 8th and 9th, 2013, and featured a mixture of 84 different artists. 940,000 votes were counted in the countdown, significantly less than previous years, All Time or otherwise, especially considering votes were limited to 20 per voter for this countdown, rather than the 10 votes each voter recieves for a normal countdown. Despite this, on June 2nd, the date that voting closed, Triple J reported they had seen the largest instance of voting in one day for any countdown they've ever held.

Out of the 100 songs to feature in the countdown, 5 songs had not featured in a yearly countdown, whereas one song had never featured in any countdown before. Bloc Party's 'Banquet', Daft Punk's 'Around The World,, and Jeff Buckley's 'Hallelujah' had not featured in a yearly countdown, but had all featured in the 2009 All Time countdown. Daft Punk's 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' had featured in 2007 as part of a live version, mixed with 'Around The World'. The Kook's 'Naïve' had never featured in any countdown ever held by Triple J before. The Temper Trap's 'Sweet Disposition' had only been featured in the 101-200 list before, reaching #102 in the 2008 Hottest 100 countdown.

In 1997, Blur's 'Song 2', which runs for 2 minutes and 2 seconds, was voted in at #2. This year, in the 20th anniversary edition of the Hottest 100, it was voted in at #22.

Only 5 songs which had previously reached #1 did not chart in the countdown. Denis Leary's 'Asshole' (1993), The Offspring's 'Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)' (1998), Alex Lloyd's 'Amazing' (2001), Bernard Fanning's 'Wish You Well' (2005) and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' 'Thrift Shop' (2012).
However, prior to Hilltop Hoods' 'Nosebleed Section' being played at #4, presenter Alex Dyson made reference to a lack of hip-hop being present in the countdown before 'accidentally' playing the intro to 'Thrift Shop', presumably as a way to tease listeners who had vented on social media that 'Thrift Shop' was 'too recent' to make the list, 'a novelty', or just didn't deserve to make the list in general.

On June 11th, during Tom & Alex's breakfast program, it was revealed the #101 song was 'Zebra', by The John Butler Trio, reportedly being behind the #100 song by only 50 votes.

 

Hottest 100 Quiz

In the lead-up to the countdown, the Triple J website hosted a special section for the Hottest 100, including access to previous countdowns, as well as a Hottest 100 quiz in which player's could answer questions and compete for prizes. Below are the questions asked throughout the quiz period. (The answer accepted by the Triple J website is given in bold, while other information given about the question is in normal text.)

US band Eels formed in 1995. The frontman's dad is a famous what (one word)?
  • Physicist
    Mark Oliver Everett, better known as 'E', is the frontman for US band Eels. His father, Hugh Everett III, was a famous physicist who was known for his work with quantam theory. Eels first appeared in a Hottest 100 in 1996, reaching #39 with 'Novocaine For The Soul'.

    Strangely, this question was removed soon after being asked, with no reason for its removal, and is not listed on the official list of questions on the Triple J website.
What side project for Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard put out their debut album in 2003?
  • The Postal Service - 'Give Up' (2003)
    While the album contained no songs to feature in the Hottest 100 for that year, in 2006, Ben Folds' cover of the album's lead single 'Such Great Heights' reached #70.
Australian sports journalist Les Murray accepted an ARIA on behalf of which band in 1995?
  • TISM
    The group recieved the ARIA for 'Best Independent Release' for their 1995 album 'Machiavelli And The Four Seasons'. Les Murray was chosen as the recipient of the award due to one of the songs on the album being named 'What Nationality Is Les Murray?'. The Hungarian-born Murray read a vaguely insulting acceptance speech, also in Hungarian, at the awards which translated to "When the revolution happens, the music industry will be the first to go. Thank you."
The 2007 Hottest 100 was the first in 10 years NOT to feature this Australian act.
  • The Living End
    Starting in 1997, the group featured for 10 consecutive years with the following 15 songs:

    • 1997: Prisoner Of Society (#15)
    • 1997: From Here On In (#49)
    • 1998: Save The Day (#10)
    • 1998: Second Solution (#15)
    • 1998: Tainted Love (Live) (#17)
    • 1999: All Torn Down (#41)
    • 1999: West End Riot (#48)
    • 2000: Pictures In The Mirror (#19)
    • 2001: Roll On (#72)
    • 2002: One Said To The Other (#52)
    • 2003: Who's Gonna Save Us? (#23)
    • 2003: Tabloid Magazine (#66)
    • 2004: I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got (#47)
    • 2005: What's On Your Radio? (#49)
    • 2006: Wake Up (#53)
Name the only solo artist to feature in the top 10 of the 2007 Hottest 100
  • Soko
    French singer Soko reached #9 with her song 'I'll Kill Her'.
Aussie satirist & 98 H100 placeholder Simon Hunt changed his name in the late 90s to what?
  • Pauline Pantsdown
    Pantsdown featured at #5 in 1997 with his highly controversial song 'Back Door Man' (which also featured in the 1998 All Time countdown at #92), and again in 1998 at #58 with 'I Don't Like It'. Oddly, the question only mentions Pantsdown featuring in the 1998 countdown, which is probably due to the fact that 'Back Door Man' was actually banned from airplay in 1997 due to its percieved defamation of Pantsdown's political eponym, Pauline Hanson.
Which American ska band claimed never to have been tested for cowardice in 1998?
  • The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
    In 1998, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones featured at #38 with their song 'The Impression That I Get'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "I'm not a coward, I've just never been tested./I'd like to think that if I was I would pass."
Which Hottest 100 cut from 2010 was recorded live at the Brit Awards in this same year?
  • You Got The Dirtee Love
    Florence And The Machine's cover version of The Source & Candi Staton's 'You Got The Love' was performed live at the 2010 Brit Awards with Dizzee Rascal, who incorporated parts of his own song, 'Dirtee Cash', to make a version that was dubbed 'You Got The Dirtee Love'. This recording reached #27 in the 2010 Hottest 100.
On which planet did Ben Harper record his 2001 live album ‘Live From Mars’?
  • Earth
    Ben Harper's live album 'Live From Mars' featured a cover of The Verve's 'The Drugs Don't Work'. This track reached #22 in the 2001 Hottest 100, while the original version also reached #22 in the 1997 Hottest 100.
Which American band sang about 'Superman skivvies' in 1994?
  • Weezer
    In 1994, Weezer featured at #40 with their song 'Undone - The Sweater Song'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "It's good to see you lying there in your Superman skivvies./Lying on the floor, I've come undone."
A member of Hole in 1994, name the musician who would later join The Smashing Pumpkins
  • Melissa Auf der Maur
    Despite being a touring member of Hole in 1994, Auf der Maur would not feature on a Hole track until 1996. Ultimately, she was featured on only the following 3 of 5 Hole songs in the Hottest 100, and no Smashing Pumpkins songs:

    • 1996: Gold Dust Woman (#73)
    • 1998: Celebrity Skin (#4)
    • 1998: Malibu (#49)
Which NYC band released a YOLO anthem in 2006?
  • The Strokes
    The Strokes' 'You Only Live Once' reached #27 in the 2006 Hottest 100 countdown.
Which artist worked briefly on a butterfly farm before being shot to fame in 2006?
  • Regina Spektor
Who did Brisbane alt-rockers Custard feel like in 1999?
  • Ringo
    Custard's 'Ringo (I Feel Like..)' reached #42 in the 1999 Hottest 100 countdown and was named after The Beatles' drummer Ringo Starr.
In the video for Foo Fighters' 'Learn To Fly', how many characters does Dave Grohl play?
  • 6
    In 1999, Foo Fighters featured at #11 with 'Learn To Fly', which was accompanied by a humourous music video, which featured members of the band playing different characters. Singer and guitarist Dave Grohl is featured as a flight attendant, a pilot, a fat lady, himself, a teenage fan and an FBI agent in the video, in addition to being featured performing the song with the band via a video screen within the video.

    Soon after this question was posted, it was taken down, with Triple J citing an error being the reason. However, it may have also been due to confusion over the answer, mainly as to whether Dave Grohl's appearance in the video as a performer should be counted as a seventh character.
What combo did Ben Folds grow when he 'thought about the Army'?
  • Moustache and a mullet
    In 1999, Ben Folds Five featured at #51 with their song 'Army'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "Grew a moustache and a mullet, got a job at Chick-fil-A./Citing artistic differences the band broke up in May, and in June reformed without me, and they got a different name."
2011 was the first time since 2005 that this Aussie vocalist didn't feature in a countdown.
  • Ian Kenny
    Between 2005 and 2010, Ian Kenny featured 12 times with his two bands Karnivool and Birds Of Tokyo.

    • 2005: Karnivool: Themata (97)
    • 2006: Karnivool: Roquefort (With Empire Horns) (45)
    • 2007: Birds Of Tokyo: Wayside (61)
    • 2007: Karnivool: The Only Way (63)
    • 2008: Birds Of Tokyo: Broken Bones (20)
    • 2008: Birds Of Tokyo: Silhouettic (22)
    • 2008: Birds Of Tokyo: Wild Eyed Boy (51)
    • 2009: Karnivool: Set Fire To The Hive (47)
    • 2009: Karnivool: All I Know (63)
    • 2010: Birds Of Tokyo: Plans (4)
    • 2010: Birds Of Tokyo: Wild At Heart (47)
    • 2010: Birds Of Tokyo: The Saddest Thing I Know (87)
Sarah, Holly and Sally. Also known as?
  • Seeker Lover Keeper
    In 2011, Sarah Blasko, Holly Throsby, and Sally Seltmann joined together to create an 'indie rock supergroup' named Seeker Lover Keeper. Their songs 'Even Though I'm A Woman' and 'Light All My Lights' featured at #17 and #86 respectively, in the 2011 Hottest 100.
Which Australian act from 2002’s H100 countdown went on to feature on MIA’s album Kala?
  • The Wilcannia Mob
    In 2002, The Wilcannia Mob featured at #51 with their song 'Down River'. In 2007, British artist MIA sampled the song for her track 'Mango Pickle Down River' on her 2007 album 'Kala'. The album also featured the song 'Paper Planes', which featured at #17 in the 2007 Hottest 100.
Clocking in at 1:35, name the shortest song in the 2002 Hottest 100.
  • Highly Evolved
    'Highly Evolved', by The Vines charted at #19 in 2002's Hottest 100.
James Iha from Smashing Pumpkins would go on to form which band with Taylor Hanson?
  • Tinted Windows
According to Mumford and Sons in 2009, whose fault was it?
  • Mine
    In 2009, Mumford & Sons featured at #1 with their song 'Little Lion Man'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "But it was not your fault but mine, and it was your heart on the line./I really fucked it up this time, didn't I, my dear?"
Where did Datarock find love in 2005?
  • Computer Camp
    Datarock's 'Computer Camp Love' reached #12 in the 2005 Hottest 100 countdown.
Melbourne pop-punkers Kisschasy wanted a song that got them what in 2005?
  • Attention
    In 2005, Kisschasy featured at #22 with their song 'Do-Do's & Whoa-Oh's'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "I want a song that gets attention, this is the way it goes./So hip you'll play it on your station; do-do's and whoa-oh's."
Matthew Caws is the front man for which 'popular' band who made it into the 1996 H100?
  • Nada Surf
    Nada Surf's 'Popular' reached #47 in the 1996 Hottest 100 countdown.
Who were 'doin' it in Texas' in 1996?
  • Butthole Surfers
    In 1996, Butthole Surfers featured at #4 with their song 'Pepper'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "Marky got with Sharon, Sharon got Sheree, she was sharin' Sharon's outlook on the topic of disease./Mikey had a facial scar and Bobby was a racist, they were all in love dying, they were doin' it in Texas."

    Soon after this question was posted, it was taken down, with Triple J citing confusion being the main reason. The confusion stemmed from the fact that many people were unsure as to whether the answer was asking for the artist of the song, or the characters mentioned in the song.
Name the Director whose films are sampled in Fun Lovin' Criminals' 'Scooby Snacks'.
  • Quentin Tarantino
    Fun Lovin' Criminals' 'Scooby Snacks' reached #14 in the 1996 Hottest 100 countdown. The song contained samples from Quentin Tarantino's films 'Reservoir Dogs' (1992) and 'Pulp Fiction' (1994).
Which country accounted for 5% of all songs to place in the 2008 Hottest 100?
  • New Zealand
    In 2008, New Zealand featured with a record number of 5 entries in the countdown. The songs featured were:

    • Ladyhawke: My Delirium (11)
    • Flight Of The Conchords: Business Time (45)
    • Ladyhawke: Paris Is Burning (26)
    • Flight Of The Conchords: The Most Beautiful Girl In The Room (60)
    • Flight Of The Conchords: Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros (67)
According to The Rapture, who was not having sex in 2008?
  • Ben
    The Rapture's 'No Sex For Ben' reached #14 in the 2008 Hottest 100 countdown. The song was written about Ben Rymer, an English DJ who is best known for his work with the group Fat Truckers.
Who penned a song about Ben Lee in the 2000 Hottest 100 countdown?
  • Klinger
    Klinger's 'Ben Lee' reached #97 in the 2000 Hottest 100 countdown. The song was written about Ben Lee, an Australian musician who has featured in many Hottest 100 countdowns since 1998.
What poignant question did Unearthed High finalist Tyler Touché ask in 2012?
  • Baguette?
    Oddly, this is the only question that was asked about an artist who had, to date, not featured in a normal Hottest 100 countdown. Tyler Touché's 'Baguette' did however reached #188 in the 2012 Hottest 100 countdown. Considering that the 2012 #101-200 was the first time that the runner-up countdown had been aired, it may have been viewed as acceptable to ask this particular question.
Sydney producer Flume got his butt tattooed for his 21st birthday in 2012. What did it say?
  • Zor
    Reportedly, this tattoo relates to a friend of Flume's who had the nickname 'Milzor'. This friend was also apparently responsible for introducing Flume to Chet Faker, who collaborated with Flume on his song 'Left Alone', which reached #160 in 2012. An image of the tattoo can be viewed here.
According to The Whitlams in 1997, who do you sound like?
  • Louis Burdett
    The Whitlams' 'You Sound Like Louis Burdett' reached #53 in the 1997 Hottest 100 countdown. The song was written about a former housemate of singer Tim Freedman, and also a former drummer for The Whitlams, Louis Burdett.
Which song is in the 2004 Hottest 100 list twice?
  • Take Me Out
    Franz Ferdinand's 'Take Me Out' reached #1 in the 2004 Hottest 100 countdown. Scissor Sisters' version of the same song reached #44 the same year. This is the second, and currently last, time this had been achieved. It first occurred in 1998 when Jebediah featured at #7 with their song 'Harpoon', and Something For Kate's cover reached #85.
Name the Luiz Bonfà song sampled by Gotye in 'Somebody That I Used To Know'?
  • Seville
    Gotye's 'Somebody That I Used To Know' reached #1 in the 2011 Hottest 100 countdown. The song was built around a sample of the song 'Seville', released by Brazillian guitarist Luiz Bonfà in 1967.
Kanye West’s 'Runaway' has a sample of “Look atcha”. Who's the sampled artist?
  • Rick James
    Kanye West's 'Runaway' reached #14 in the 2010 Hottest 100 countdown. The song featured a sample of Rick James saying "Look atcha", from a live performance of his song 'Mary Jane' in 1981.
What is the real (non-stage) name of the guest vocalist on Icona Pop’s 'I Love It'?
  • Charlotte Aitchison
    Icona Pop's 'I Love It' reached #14 in the 2012 Hottest 100 countdown. The song featured British singer Charlotte Aitchison, better known as Charli XCX.
According to Denis Leary, who was frozen and NOT dead?
  • John Wayne
    In 1993, Denis Leary featured at #1 with his song 'Asshole'. The question relates to the line in the song that goes as such: "John Wayne's not dead, he's frozen, and as soon as we find the cure for cancer we're gonna thaw out The Duke and he's gonna be pretty pissed off."
What quantity of Asha did Cornershop possess in 1997?
  • A brimful
    Cornershop's 'Brimful Of Asha' reached #42 in the 1997 Hottest 100 countdown. The song was written about famous Bollywood singer Asha Bhosle.
True or False: Adam Sandler has featured in a Hottest 100.
  • True
    Adam Sandler's 'Somebody Kill Me' reached #39 in the 1998 Hottest 100 countdown. It was originally featured in his film 'The Wedding Singer', released the same year.
What did Ween encourage you to push in 1993?
  • Th' Little Daisies
    Ween's 'Push Th' Little Daisies' reached #40 in the 1993 Hottest 100 countdown.
In 1994, who had a hit with a cover of a classic New Order song?
  • Frente!
    Frente!'s cover of New Order's 'Bizarre Love Triangle' reached #56 in the 1994 Hottest 100 countdown. New Order's original had charted in the 1989, 1990 and 1991 All Time countdowns, reaching #67, #21 and #24, respectively. It also featured in the 1998 All Time countdown, reaching #60.
Unearthed by Triple J in 1999, the Hooper siblings formed one half of which H100 act?
  • Killing Heidi
    Killing Heidi were actually Unearthed by Triple J in 1996 with their song 'Kettle', and featured at #2 in the 1999 Hottest 100 countdown with their song 'Weir'. The group featured 4 times in total between 1999 and 2000, and were also the first Unearthed artist to reach #2 in a countdown, a surprisingly common occurrence.
According to The Chemical Brothers in 2001, where did it begin?
  • Afrika
    The Chemical Brothers' 'It Began In Afrika' reached #99 in the 2001 Hottest 100 countdown.

 

Artists Featured

The most successful artists of the countdown were Daft Punk, Damon Albarn, Dave Grohl, The Killers and Silverchair, who each managed to get 3 tracks. Damon Albarn managed to feature twice with Gorillaz and once with Blur, while Dave Grohl appeared once with Nirvana, Queens Of The Stone Age and Foo Fighters, with Foo Fighters' 'Everlong' being his highest track, at #6.

Artists With Multiple Entries

3 Tracks
  • Daft Punk (44, 59, 65)
  • The Killers (7, 75, 86)
  • Silverchair (17, 78, 90)

  • Damon Albarn (22, 52, 71)
    (Once with Blur and twice with Gorillaz)
  • Dave Grohl (6, 11, 39)
    (Once with Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age and Nirvana)
2 Tracks
  • Beastie Boys (37, 100)
  • Gorillaz (52, 71)
  • Gotye (9, 12)
  • Jebediah (91,98)
  • Jeff Buckley (3, 36)
  • MGMT (64, 76)
  • Powderfinger (8, 10)
  • Radiohead (13, 35)
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers (28, 30)
  • The Smashing Pumpkins (21, 25)

Countries Featured


The 2013 20 Years Of Triple J's Hottest 100 featured artists from 7 countries, including 41 from the USA, 29 from Australia and 24 from England.

A Couple Of Notes

‘Somebody I Used To Know', at #9, was a collaboration between Gotye and Kimbra who are from Australia and New Zealand, respectively. However, the track is counted as an Australian entry for simplicity.

‘Teardrop’ at #31, was a collaboration between Massive Attack and Elizabeth Fraser, who are English and Scottish, respectively. However, the track is counted as an English entry for simplicity.

‘Feel Good Inc.', at #52, was a collaboration between Gorillaz and De La Soul, who are English and American, respectively. However, the track is counted as an English entry for simplicity.

‘Clint Eastwood', at #71, was a collaboration between Gorillaz and Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, who are English and American, respectively. However, the track is counted as an English entry for simplicity.


Countries Represented in the 2013 Countdown


Flag Country Entries
Australia 29
England 24
France 3
Iceland 1
Ireland 1
Scotland 1
USA 41

Years Of Song Release

The 2013 20 Years Of Triple J's Hottest 100 featured tracks from 1993 until 2012, with 1997 being the most represented year, at 15 tracks.

Entries By Year

1990s - 44 Tracks
  • 1990: -
  • 1991: -
  • 1992: -
  • 1993: (2 tracks)
  • 1994: (10 tracks)
  • 1995: (6 tracks)
  • 1996: (4 tracks)
  • 1997: (15 tracks)
  • 1998: (5 tracks)
  • 1999: (3 tracks)
2000s - 47 Tracks
  • 2000: (6 tracks)
  • 2001: (6 tracks)
  • 2002: (3 tracks)
  • 2003: (5 tracks)
  • 2004: (4 tracks)
  • 2005: (5 tracks)
  • 2006: (6 tracks)
  • 2007: (7 tracks)
  • 2008: (3 tracks)
  • 2009: (2 tracks)
2010s - 9 Tracks
  • 2010: (2 tracks)
  • 2011: (5 tracks)
  • 2012: (1 track)


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