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Triple J Release Their Hottest 100 To 200

by Andrew Tijs on February 8, 2012

in News

Triple J have followed up their annual Hottest 100 countdown with a list of the next 100 songs.

Nero - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Nero - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Over 1.3 million votes were cast, so it goes without saying that many many songs missed out on the top 100. So in the spirit of more disclosure, Triple J have released a list of the next 100 songs.

Many artists who scored in the Hottest 100 had extra songs in the second chunk (Nero, The Wombats, Boy & Bear, San Cisco, Gotye, The Jezabels et al). There were also three Triple J cover versions in the list: Plan B performing Kanye, Busby Marou performing Cyndi Lauper, and Andy Bull performing Tears For Fears.

Nero and Justice had the most songs in the second half, with three each. Nero was in the top list but Justice couldn’t crack the Hottest 100.

And it was bad luck for The Middle East, whose ‘Land Of The Bloody Unknown’ just missed out, coming in at number 101.

Check out the full list below, as well as our recent Nero interview.

200 : Gold Fields – Moves
199 : Papa Vs Pretty – One Of The Animals
198 : Arctic Monkeys – The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala
197 : The Vaccines – Norgaard
196 : Ball Park Music – Rich People Are Stupid
195 : Architecture In Helsinki – I Know Deep Down
194 : Radiohead – Codex
193 : Plan B – Runaway {Like A Version}
192 : Rufus – Paris Collides
191 : Papa Vs Pretty – Honey
190 : Wiley – Numbers In Action
189 : Jens Lekman – An Argument With Myself
188 : Joelistics – Glorious Feeling
187 : Does It Offend You Yeah? – Pull Out My Insides
186 : Spank Rock – Car Song {Ft. Santigold}
185 : Boy & Bear – Lordy May
184 : Drapht – Down
183 : Oh Mercy – Stay, Please Stay
182 : Yelle – Safari Disco Club
181 : Justice – Audio, Video, Disco
180 : Cold War Kids – Mine Is Yours
179 : Strange Talk – Eskimo Boy
178 : SebastiAn – Embody
177 : Loon Lake – In The Summer
176 : Nero – Guilt
175 : Jinja Safari – Hiccups
174 : The Black Keys – Run Right Back
173 : The Wombats – Anti D
172 : Laura Marling – Sophia
171 : Justice – On’n’on
170 : S.Mouse – Slap My Elbow
169 : Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Adventures Of Raindance Maggie
168 : Yuksek – Always On The Run
167 : The Aston Shuffle – Won’t Get Lost
166 : Death Cab For Cutie – You Are A Tourist
165 : Calling All Cars – Reptile
164 : Mutemath – Blood Pressure
163 : Stanton Warriors – Get Up {Ft. Hollywood Holt/Ruby Goe}
162 : Jay-Z & Kanye West – No Church In The Wild {Ft. Frank Ocean}
161 : Alexander Ebert – Truth
160 : Ed Sheeran – You Need Me, I Don’t Need You
159 : 360 – Child
158 : Blink-182 – Up All Night
157 : The Aston Shuffle – Start Again
156 : Rise Against – Make It Stop (September’s Children)
155 : Busby Marou – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun {Like A Version}
154 : British India – March Into The Ocean
153 : Florence + The Machine – Only If For A Night
152 : Lanie Lane – Ain’t Hungry
151 : Eskimo Joe – Love Is A Drug
150 : Chiddy Bang – Ray Charles
149 : San Cisco – Golden Revolver
148 : Foo Fighters – Bridge Burning
147 : Cage The Elephant – Shake Me Down
146 : PJ Harvey – The Words That Maketh Murder
145 : Digitalism – Circles
144 : Snakadaktal – Chimera
143 : The Jungle Giants – Mr Polite
142 : The Vaccines – If You Wanna
141 : Andy Bull – Everybody Wants To Rule The World {Like A Version}
140 : Justice – Civilization
139 : Tonite Only – We Run The Night
138 : Foster The People – Waste
137 : Kele – What Did I Do? {Ft. Lucy Taylor}
136 : Joelistics – Days
135 : Band Of Skulls – The Devil Takes Care Of His Own
134 : The Grates – Sweet Dreams
133 : Feist – How Come You Never Go There
132 : Austra – Lose It
131 : Tyler, The Creator – Yonkers
130 : Nero – Crush On You
129 : Jinja Safari – Mermaids
128 : Nero – Me & You
127 : The Living End – The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating
126 : The Herd – The Sum Of It All
125 : Last Dinosaurs – Zoom
124 : Gotye – State Of The Art
123 : The Getaway Plan – The Reckoning
122 : Lanie Lane – Oh Well That’s What You Get Falling In Love With A Cowboy
121 : TV On The Radio – Will Do
120 : Tim & Jean – I Can Show You
119 : Friends – I’m His Girl
118 : Cut Copy – Need You Now
117 : Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten
116 : SBTRKT – Hold On {Ft. Sampha}
115 : SBTRKT – Pharaohs {Ft. Roses Gabor}
114 : Art vs Science – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger {Like A Version}
113 : Rapture, The – How Deep Is Your Love
112 : Josh Pyke – No One Wants A Lover
111 : Boy & Bear – Golden Jubilee
110 : Rise Against – Help Is On The Way
109 : Digitalism – 2 Hearts
108 : Example – Stay Awake
107 : City And Colour – The Grand Optimist
106 : The Jezabels – Trycolour
105 : Friendly Fires – Hawaiian Air
104 : Big Scary – Gladiator
103 : Ellesquire – On The Prowl
102 : Loon Lake – Bad To Me
101 : The Middle East – Land Of The Bloody Unknown

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