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Various - Triple J Hottest 100 (The Hottest Of The Hottest) album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Triple J Hottest 100 (The Hottest Of The Hottest)
  • Date of release 1994
  • Country Australia
  • Style Alternative Rock, Grunge, Synth-pop
  • Other formats VQF MP1 TTA ADX AA FLAC RA
  • Genre Electronic / Rock
  • Size MP3 1905 mb
  • Size FLAC 1352 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 323

The 2018 Triple J Hottest 100 was announced on 27 January 2019. It is the 26th countdown of the most popular songs of the year, as chosen by listeners of Australian radio station Triple J. A record-breaking number of voters (. 58 million) participated by choosing their top ten songs of 2018. Ocean Alley's "Confidence" was voted into first place.

The 2016 Triple J Hottest 100 was announced on Australia Day, 26 January 2017.

The 2003 Triple J Hottest 100, announced on 25 January 2004, was the eleventh such countdown of the most popular songs of the year, according to listeners of the Australian radio station Triple J. As in previous years, a CD featuring 40 (not necessarily the top 40) songs was released. A DVD, containing film clips of songs from the Hottest 100 was also released. A countdown of the videos of each song was shown on the ABC music series Rage in March. Note: Australian artists.

The inaugural Hottest 100 compilation CD, Triple J Hottest 100 (The Hottest Of The Hottest), was released by ABC Music in 1994. The first Hottest 100 DVD, Triple J Hottest 100: The Hottest Videos For 2002, was released in 2002. All three songs came from Faker's 2014 album Built On Glass. Faker placed a total of four times in the entire poll, with a cover version of Sonia Dada's "Lover You Don't Treat Me No Good No More" in the 22nd position Notable artists.

The 2002 Triple J Hottest 100, announced on 26 January 2003, was the tenth such countdown of the most popular songs of the year, according to listeners of the Australian radio station Triple J. As in previous years, a CD featuring 39 (not necessarily the top 39) songs was released. For the first time, a DVD, containing film clips of songs from the Hottest 100 was also released. This was also the last time that phone voting was allowed; in the 2003 poll, only internet voting was permitted. SMS voting was removed for the 2003 poll but was reinstated in the 2004 event

We’ll be updating the Second Hottest 100 list as it gets announced on triple j from 10am AEDT today. Stay tuned to Music Feeds for all the latest additions. Gallery: 12 Things We Learned From Triple J’s Hottest 100 – A Statistical Listicle. 1. Triple J Really Does Love Australian Music: The Hottest 100 of 2014 saw a record number of Aussie acts make it onto the list, with 59 of the 100 songs coming from home-grown musicians. 11. Spoiler Lists Might Be A Thing Of The Past: The publics' chances of accurately predicting the final outcome of the Hottest 100 seem more and more slim. This year, the Social Hottest predicted Peking Duk's 'High' to take the top spot, and wasn't very accurate throughout the rest of the list either. What's more, there appears to be little correlation between the songs triple j plays the most and the songs which claim the top spots in the annual Hottest 100.

Triple J Hottest 100: Ocean Alley wins Australia's biggest song poll. The Sydney six-piece came in at No 1 and No 100, in a broadcast which featured a strong turnout for women in the top 10. Published: 27 Jan 2019. Triple J Hottest 100: Ocean Alley wins Australia's biggest song poll. From Childish Gambino to Amy Shark: who’s set to sweep Triple J's Hottest 100? Published: 23 Jan 2019. From Childish Gambino to Amy Shark: who’s set to sweep Triple J's Hottest 100? The Weekly Beast. Artists hail Triple J’s move to change the Hottest 100 date, watch Harry Styles bring the house down and join Jimmy Barnes in remembering Malcolm and George Young. Published: 11:27 AM. Arias 2017: Gang of Youths, Paul Kelly and AB Original lead celebration of music and change.

Tracklist

Denis Leary Asshole
Radiohead Creep
The Cranberries Linger
The Breeders Cannonball
Atomic Swing Stone Me Into The Groove
Stone Temple Pilots Plush
Violent Femmes I Held Her In My Arms
Iggy Pop Wild America
Urge Overkill Sister Havana
The Cruel Sea Black Stick
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds The Ship Song (Live)
Björk Human Behaviour
Belly Feed The Tree
Tool Sober
Ace Of Base All That She Wants
U2 Numb
Paw Jessie
Porno For Pyros Pets
Us3 Cantaloop
Hoodoo Gurus The Right Time
Juliana Hatfield My Sister
Dinosaur Jr* Get Me
Ween Push Th' Little Daisies
Yothu Yindi World Turning
Gabrielle Dreams
Smashing Pumpkins* Cherub Rock
Headless Chickens Juice
King Missile Detachable Penis
Dave Graney & The Coral Snakes Night Of The Wolverine
You Am I Adams Ribs
Buffalo Tom Taillights Fade
Deborah Conway Alive & Brilliant

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4797462 Various Triple J Hottest 100 (The Hottest Of The Hottest) ‎(2xCD, Comp) Triple J, ABC Music, EMI 4797462 Australia 1994
4797464 Various Triple J Hottest 100 (The Hottest Of The Hottest) ‎(2xCass, Comp) Triple J 4797464 Australia 1994
25580303027 Various Triple J Hottest 100 (The Hottest Of The Hottest) ‎(2xCD, Comp) Triple J, ABC Music, Warner Music Australia 25580303027 Australia 2004