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Forum - Other Charts: Australia - Non ARIA - Triple J Hottest 100 of the 2010s (voting)

The dates have been announced so I am making the thread. https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/news/musicnews/triple-j-hottest-100-decade-dates-details-voting/11927800
Voting period: Tuesday February 11-Monday March 9
Countdown day: Saturday March 14

Get excited, I guess.
I've been working on my shortlist. Started at 415 songs, now I'm down to 290.
Does it say how many songs you can vote for?
Bridget tweeted about it in a way which implies you get...11 votes, but I assume it's a typo in some way and you get 10 votes https://twitter.com/BHustwaite/status/1224821498017239040
20 songs (or even 11) would be good but assume it will be 10. Have a 207 song shortlist and growing...
I have 50 songs ranked as part of another countdown I'm doing on FB. Just got to make sure the Top 10 are all eligible and that I don't find any other great songs from 2019 I missed earlier as part of my 2019 Hottest 200.
I hope Warm Tunas leaves it alone. I could do without the temptation of spoilers for a change.

I know there'll probably be a predictions thread soon enough, but any early picks for #1? I think Gotye's got a pretty good chance.
This is going to be incredibly difficult to pick just 10 songs! All I'm hoping for is Daft Punk to make Top 10 with any song.
Warm Tunas have said they are going to be running. It will be harder to predict though.

I think Goyte, Flume and Billie Eillish wold be my early thoughts for #1
Really excited for this but it will be a nightmare to pick just 10 songs.
Off the top of my head, I have 5 songs I'll definitely be voting for. Haven't thought much beyond that, though
The Less I Know The Better & Riptide are both very strong contenders I think. Tame Impala will split their vote a lot, but so have the last 4 Hottest 100 winners anyway.
I think Innerbloom is a dark horse looking at some of the FB forums
I'm intrigued by songs that never appeared in Hottest 100s that end up making these Hottest 100s. I think Innerbloom is going to be one. Does Taylor Swift get her moment in the sun as well?
It's a longshot, but like Innerbloom, I think Robyn's "Dancing On My Own" stands a chance of at least making the lower reaches of the Top 100 - it seems to have had some delayed acclaim in topping a lot of end-of-decades lists. From memory it was shortlisted in 2010, but I don't think it even made the 101-200.
"Dancing On My Own" was #142 in 2010 but I'm skeptical that any sort of media acclaim will convince enough people to vote for it (and there's a conversation to be had as to whether dance pop could ever garner enduring respect as opposed to the rock/alt stuff which tends to re-rank consistently in all time lists), but it would be a cool surprise!

If we're talking songs without a top 200 ranking, I think Two Door Cinema Club's "What You Know" has a decent chance, as it's far eclipsed the rest of their discography in popularity. It reminds me of The Kooks' polling in 2013 with "Naive".
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Innerbloom was robbed in 2015 and I am 500% all in for it.
Gotye would definitely have to be a top favourite, but looking back at individual years I think all of the top 3 from 2013 could potentially be in the top 10. Basically everything Tame Impala have released since Hall Full Glass of Wine will be eligible, so that might hurt The Less I Know The Better's chances but I could still see that doing well. I don't think the vote splitting will hurt them as much as the Hilltop Hoods or Peking Duk for example.

I'm most interested to see how artists like Lana Del Rey and Kanye West will do. Both have multiple songs which could easily be featured highly, but which ones will people vote for? There could be a few surprise omissions as a result.

As for non-JJJ acts, I wouldn't be too surprised if we end up seeing Taylor Swift or Adele get an entry, but I doubt Ed Sheeran or Lady Gaga will get enough votes.
Thanks Hijinx - I thought if anyone would know if it made 101-200, it'd be you...

Will also be interesting to see how the "controversial" #1s of the decade go - "Thrift Shop" seems to be the 2nd most hated of all time after Offspring, yet I think it'll still make it in there on the basis of its cultural significance and popularity through the decade. It was notable how songs from the 2012 countdown fared in the 2013 Past 20 Years list only a few months later - alt-j's "Breezeblocks" had been #3 for 2012 but made it in higher than Of Monsters & Men "Little Talks" which had been #2, and "Thrift Shop" failed to make it in.

Then there's "Hoops" - I think The Rubens' strong fanbase will get it in there, not as high as other #1s though.
Yeah there are a lot of different factors to consider. Perhaps it might not matter a lot, but Tame Impala's new album is out in 7 days, which makes them very fresh in the voting mind (next to Gotye who outside of The Basics, hasn't released an album in over 8 years). Gotye has a lot of esteem still I imagine, and if we go back to that 2013 countdown, he was *by far* the highest 2010s entrant and that was with Hearts A Mess splitting his vote which is no longer in consideration.

I was also weighing in on Riptide recently because it's a really fascinating case. A lot of people are angry about it winning ahead of Lorde, Daft Punk, Arctic Monkeys, which gives it not a lot of goodwill from those large fanbases (but it'd be beloved a year earlier if it were the song that kept Thrift Shop from #1, lol), but despite that it has clearly endured long beyond anything else from that list. It's *still* in the Spotify top 200, and outside of Christmas for about 2 days a year, it has never left it for what is closing in on 7 years now. Impossible to say how much of it is triple j listeners, but it's a perennial staple of the 2010s for a lot of people and I'd be shocked if it's not top 3.

Hoops has a similar case which is why I'm really interested to see what it does. Everyone perpetuates the myth that it won on 10th votes, but having read thousands and thousands of instagram posts that year, I have no doubt in my mind that it was just as cherished as song of the year as King Kunta was. Unlike Riptide though, it hasn't remained a fixture, and The Rubens' latest single couldn't even crack the Hottest 100 (it hitting the ARIA top 50 tomorrow likely will keep them in the conversation though), so I'm really curious what happens with it.

Watch Big Jet Plane go all the way to #1 again, lol
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One song that never made the top 200 that I feel has a good chance is Avicii - Levels, it's been mentioned a few times on air already. I want to say Middle Kids - Edge Of Town has a small chance of getting in too considering a Like A Version of it made it in afterwards and they themselves got in later with a seemingly less popular song of theirs.

I still think Thrift Shop will be the only #1 to not make it but maybe triple j constantly making fun of it will have a reverse psychology effect. Regardless I wouldn't be surprised if Can't Hold Us (#181 in 2012) gets more votes. Aside from Little Talks the only #2 I'm fairly confident could beat the song originally ahead of it is High. I would say King Kunta has a chance but I'm guessing HUMBLE. will take a lot of votes from it.
What about Pumped Up Kicks? If I remember well, it landed low in the 2010 countdown almost a year before it became a big chart hit. It seems to still be very popular these days.
I believe Pumped Up Kicks will definitely make the top 100 for sure. As for Thrift Shop, I think people will definitely meme it to the countdown.

What's the chance of Dance Monkey making it in (and if so, what sort of position)? I reckon lower 40s at best.
I think it will be interesting to see how some of those international artists that were widely beloved almost solely in Australia such as The Wombats, Glass Animals and BROCKHAMPTON poll in the list.

Also, how will Unearthed artists fare in this list? I would expect the usual suspects like Flume, The Rubens and perhaps Boy & Bear - and I would hope that some retrospective appreciation for Courtney Barnett would not go astray.
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There's an interesting perspective to be gained from this. Like, do we undersell artists who have seen diminishing returns in recent years (Boy & Bear, The Jezabels, Matt Corby etc) as not really having thriving fanbases any more to vote them in, or is the fanfare still there, just not for their newer material. It makes me wonder if the people who properly witnessed the decline in popularity of The Smashing Pumpkins was ever surprised to see their imperial era still always represented in these lists, or if there's a certain bar of notoriety that artists beyond the triple j realm can pass.

A lot of the time the Hottest 100 can feel like a current checklist of fanbases (eg here's what Skegss, Hockey Dad, DMA'S put out THIS year) but does that carry over to an entire decade with only 10 songs to pick?
I'd agree with that, fanbases and continued popularity probably aren't as influential for a full decade list. I would be surprised if The Jezabels and Boy & Bear get anything near the same support they would have had 5 years ago, but Matt Corby might fare better with "Brother" seeing as it was by far his biggest hit.

The last "all-time" list (2009) also had a shocking lack of female musicians. I don't see the disparity being quite so big this time around but it's worth noting that may be a factor again.

Side-note: I don't think Thrift Shop will miss out on the 100, but don't expect it to be top 10 either.
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I'd be surprised if Thrift Shop came anywhere close to the Top 10 (Talk Is Cheap is another #1 I don't think will be that high as well) and wouldn't be all that surprised if it missed the 100 all together.

The 20 year and last all-time countdown were skewed towards 90s alternative and rock, all of which are not eligible this time around. I'm interested if similar type bands (Arctic Monkeys, Arcade Fire, Tame Impala) do as well or will the pop/dance/hip hop artists dominate (Flume, Billie Eillish, Kendrick). Also Australian acts haven't done as well in these type of lists in the past, can see this as being the same.
The thing with female musicians is something I touched on briefly in my not-brief Tones And I review. I feel like it has to at least get better than it's been before. Lana Del Rey sneaking onto the 2013 list might be a preview to expect her a lot higher this time around, while unified consensus (around dudes) is less certain (maybe in part because there's less of a rock & roll hegemony).

Chet Faker / Nick Murphy is another interesting case (which I probably should have thought of yesterday). I feel like the name change left people disillusioned or out of the loop, yet in the years leading up it was as if he could do no wrong. I feel like a lot of people will reminisce the earlier lists and remember just how much they liked Talk Is Cheap.

I don't count out Do I Wanna Know? as a top 10 contender. I honestly expect it to beat Get Lucky, and maybe Royals.
I can totally see Riptide win this.
I think the more recent songs will have an advantage in this countdown, as they have in all of the other All-Time countdowns, so I'd expect Billie Eilish and Tones And I to make the list, and fairly high too.

Speaking of Lana Del Rey, two other songs I think have lasting appeal and will do well are Video Games and Midnight City by M83.
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I was always going to struggle past 2015/16 but i've quickly scanned the hundred lists (obviously more are eligible) and have a substantial and adequate shortlist.
In case your struggling to remember some great tunes

Yeasayer – O.N.E.
Boy & Bear – Fall At Your Feet
Kanye West FEAT Pusha T – Runaway
Children Collide – Jellylegs
Birds Of Tokyo – The Saddest Thing I Know
Birds Of Tokyo – Wild At Heart
John Butler Trio – Revolution
Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know
Boy & Bear – Feeding Line
The Jezabels – Endless Summer
Florence + The Machine – Shake It Out
Foo Fighters – Rope
Boy & Bear – Part Time Believer
The Strokes – Undercover Of Darkness
Foster The People – Houdini
The Wombats – Techno Fan
Lana Del Rey – Video Games
M83 – Midnight City
Matt Corby – Brother
Flight Facilities FEAT Christine Hoberg – Claire De Lune
The Temper Trap – Trembling Hands
Muse – Madness
Lana Del Rey – Born To Die
Major Lazer FEAT Amber Coffman – Get Free
Vance Joy – Riptide
The Preatures – This Is How You Feel?
Foals – My Number
British India – Summer Forgive Me
Arcade Fire – Afterlife
Boy & Bear – Southern Sun
Vampire Weekend – Diane Young
Violent Soho – Covered In Chrome
Jack White – Lazaretto
Duke Dumont FEAT Jax Jones – I Got U
Jamie T – Zombie
British India – Suddenly
Tame Impala – Let It Happen
Mac Miller FEAT Anderson .Paak – Dang!
Gang Of Youths - The Deepest Sighs, the Frankest Shadows
Kendrick Lemar – Humble.
Amy Shark – All Loved Up
Post Malone – Better Now
Travis Scott FEAT Drake – Sicko Mode
Childish Gambino – This Is America
Post Malone FEAT Young Thug – Goodbyes
Birds Of Tokyo – Good Lord
Slipknot – Unsainted
I know nothing but here's my prediction for the top 100 (sorry for the amount of space it takes):

1. Vance Joy - Riptide (2013, #1)
2. Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better (2015, #4)
3. Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know? (2013, #4)
4. Billie Eilish - bad guy (2019, #1)
5. Hilltop Hoods - Cosby Sweater (2014, #3)
6. Ocean Alley - Confidence (2018, #1)
7. Gotye feat. Kimbra - Somebody That I Used To Know (2011, #1)
8. Flume feat. Kai - Never Be Like You (2016, #1)
9. Angus & Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane (2010, #1)
10. Gang Of Youths - Let Me Down Easy (2017, #2)
11. alt-J - Breezeblocks (2012, #3)
12. Tame Impala - Let It Happen (2015, #5)
13. Matt Corby - Brother (2011, #3)
14. Hilltop Hoods feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum - 1955 (2016, #4)
15. The Rubens - Hoops (2015, #1)
16. Childish Gambino - Redbone (2016, #5)
17. Kendrick Lamar - HUMBLE. (2017, #1)
18. M83 - Midnight City (2011, #5)
19. Tash Sultana - Jungle (2016, #3)
20. Billie Eilish - when the party's over (2018, #8)
21. Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks (2010, #32)
22. Lorde - Royals (2013, #2)
23. Gang Of Youths - Magnolia (2015, #21)
24. Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams - Get Lucky (2013, #3)
25. FISHER - Losing It (2018, #2)
26. Mallrat - Charlie (2019, #3)
27. Gang Of Youths - The Deepest Sighs, The Frankest Shadows (2017, #5)
28. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk (2014, #6)
29. Chet Faker - Talk Is Cheap (2014, #1)
30. Tame Impala - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (2012, #9)
31. Lorde - Green Light (2017, #6)
32. Amy Shark - Adore (2016, #2)
33. Flume & Chet Faker - Drop The Game (2013, #5)
34. RÜFÜS DU SOL - Innerbloom (2015, #103)
35. Tones And I - Dance Monkey (2019, #4)
36. Jay-Z & Kanye West - Ni**as In Paris (2011, #98)
37. Arctic Monkeys - R U Mine? (2012, #40)
38. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy (2011, #2)
39. Travis Scott - SICKO MODE (2018, #3)
40. Kendrick Lamar - King Kunta (2015, #2)
41. Flight Facilities feat. Christine Hoberg - Clair de lune (2012, #17)
42. Of Monsters And Men - Little Talks (2012, #2)
43. Flume feat. Vera Blue - Rushing Back (2019, #2)
44. Billie Eilish & Khalid - lovely (2018, #17)
45. Angus & Julia Stone - Chateau (2017, #3)
46. RÜFÜS DU SOL - You Were Right (2015, #12)
47. Peking Duk feat. Nicole Millar - High (2014, #2)
48. Gang Of Youths - What Can I Do If The Fire Goes Out? (2017, #10)
49. The Wombats - Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves) (2010, #8)
50. Dean Lewis - Be Alright (2018, #6)
51. Hilltop Hoods feat. Sia - I Love It (2011, #10)
52. Lana Del Rey - Young And Beautiful (2013, #7)
53. Grouplove - Tongue Tied (2011, #16)
54. Tame Impala - Elephant (2012, #7)
55. Ruby Fields - Dinosaurs (2018, #9)
56. PNAU - Chameleon (2016, #11)
57. Flight Facilities feat. Giselle - Crave You (2010, #19)
58. The Rubens - My Gun (2012, #10)
59. Milky Chance - Stolen Dance (2014, #4)
60. Lime Cordiale - Robbery (2019, #7)
61. Peking Duk feat. SAFIA - Take Me Over (2014, #5)
62. The Jungle Giants - Feel The Way I Do (2017, #16)
63. Peking Duk feat. Elliphant - Stranger (2016, #9)
64. Kendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools (Drank) (2012, #71)
65. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us (2015, #6)
66. Hermitude feat. Mataya & Young Tapz - The Buzz (2015, #8)
67. Sia - Chandelier (2014, #9)
68. Foals - My Number (2013, #29)
69. Lana Del Rey - Video Games (2011, #6)
70. Disclosure feat. Sam Smith - Latch (2012, #21)
71. The Wombats - Turn (2018, #12)
72. Thelma Plum - Better In Blak (2019, #9)
73. Violent Soho - Covered In Chrome (2013, #14)
74. The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk - Starboy (2016, #10)
75. Ball Park Music - Exactly How You Are (2017, #18)
76. Arctic Monkeys - Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High? (2013, #6)
77. Ball Park Music - She Only Loves Me When I'm There (2014, #19)
78. Flume - Holdin On (2012, #4)
79. The Amity Affliction - Pittsburgh (2014, #22)
80. The Black Keys - Howlin' For You (2010, #80)
81. 360 feat. Gossling - Boys Like You (2011, #8)
82. Birds Of Tokyo - Plans (2010, #4)
83. Methyl Ethel - Ubu (2017, #4)
84. The Weeknd - The Hills (2015, #19)
85. G Flip - Drink Too Much (2019, #6)
86. Frank Ocean - Thinkin Bout You (2012, #56)
87. Arcade Fire - Reflektor (2013, #16)
88. Illy feat. Vera Blue - Papercuts (2016, #7)
89. Florence + The Machine - Shake It Out (2011, #13)
90. The Jungle Giants - Heavy Hearted (2019, #8)
91. Mallrat - Groceries (2018, #7)
92. Denzel Curry - Bulls On Parade [triple j Like A Version] (2019, #5)
93. San Cisco - Awkward (2011, #7)
94. Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness (2012, #86)
95. James Blake - Retrograde (2013, #13)
96. PNAU - Go Bang (2017, #7)
97. Lorde - Team (2013, #15)
98. Amy Shark - I Said Hi (2018, #5)
99. Sticky Fingers - Gold Snafu (2014, #20)
100. Glass Animals - Gooey (2014, #12)

Top 8 placers not included:
- Little Red - Rock It (2010, #2)
- Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel (2010, #3)
(hope I'm proven wrong on those 2)
- Boy & Bear - Fall At Your Feet (2010, #5)
- Adrian Lux - Teenage Crime (2010, #6)
- Cee Lo Green - Fuck You (2010, #7)
- Boy & Bear - Feeding Line (2011, #4)
- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Wanz - Thrift Shop (2012, #1)
- Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait (2012, #5)
- Major Lazer feat. Amber Coffman - Get Free (2012, #6)
- Frank Ocean - Lost (2012, #8)
- Matt Corby - Resolution (2013, #8)
- Chet Faker - Gold (2014, #7)
- Chet Faker - 1998 (2014, #8)
- Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat. MØ - Lean On (2015, #3)
- Jarryd James - Do You Remember (2015, #7)
- DMA's - Believe [triple j Like A Version] (2016, #6)
- Flume feat. Tove Lo - Say It (2016, #8)
- Thundamentals feat. Mataya - Sally (2017, #8)
- Childish Gambino - This Is America (2018, #4)

I have 6, 11, 12, 12, 11, 10, 9, 10, 10 and 9 songs from the years respectively. That seems like I may be underestimating the more recent years but these are the songs I came up with

Innerbloom is the only non-top 100 one I've included, but I think What You Know, Levels, Dancing On My Own and Can't Hold Us are good shouts. I also just thought of Waves (Dean Lewis) which missed the top 200 as its release was in 2016 but its airplay and success were in 2017 (Kiiara's Gold was the same case a year earlier but I'm sure that has zero chance, unfortunately). I could also see Take Me To Church making the top 200 (if there is a top 200) even though triple j never played it.

My picks for The Wombats, The Jungle Giants, Ball Park Music, Violent Soho, The Amity Affliction and especially Sticky Fingers' biggest songs are basically just guesses - I expect they'll all get a lot of votes as artists, but suffer from having no obvious song to rally around. It might help if they promote a specific one on social media.
I noticed today that both Ball Park Music and Violent Soho have singled out specific songs ("It's Nice To Be Alive" and "Covered In Chrome" respectively) that they've started campaigning for on social media, so they're one step ahead of us on the split vote factor. I think The Wombats "Tokyo" will probably be the collective default pick there too.

Will be interesting to see how LAV's go, I've got a feeling none will make it in.

I think these retrospective countdowns really do tap into nostalgia, as people reminisce about the big songs that they really loved and the memories they have from that period, so I think there'll still be a strong representation of older songs. Songs like “1979” extended beyond just a diehard Smashing Pumpkins fanbase voting as it’s a classic song loved by many of that generation.

So much of it depends on how tastes can evolve after just a few years – "Wonderwall" was a clear favourite and obvious choice for #1 in 1995, but it was nowhere to be seen by 1998’s all time countdown due to its saturation, the direction Oasis had taken, and a lot of people thinking the Gallaghers were twats. Then it re-emerged for the 2009 list and topped the 20 years poll, due to the fact that the backlash had faded with time and it was once again considered as a classic song, re-embraced by a younger generation who took to a tendency of playing it at formals, weddings, etc. The Cranberries “Zombie” had a similar fate, as did even a few big chart songs that were considered embarrassing choices a few years after making high placings in annual countdowns (“Gangsta’s Paradise” and “Teenage Dirtbag”) re-emerging in the 20 year list as somewhat of a surprise.

That said, I think it’s goodbye to Little Red and Ou Est Le Swimming Pool...
Voting has opened! Here are the songs that I picked:

Camp Cope - Lost: Season One (2016)
FKA twigs - Two Weeks (2014)
Flight Facilities ft. Christine Hoberg - Clair De Lune (2012)
Gang Of Youths - What Can I Do If The Fire Goes Out? (2017)
Jamie xx ft. Romy - Loud Places (2015)
Kendrick Lamar - King Kunta (2015)
M83 - Midnight City (2011)
Robyn - Dancing On My Own (2010)
Tame Impala - Let It Happen (2015)
The War On Drugs - Red Eyes (2014)
I voted already <3

Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel (2010)
Gotye ft. Kimbra - Somebody That I Used To Know (2011)
M83 - Midnight City (2011)
Kendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools (Drank) (2012)
Haim - The Wire (2013)
Milky Chance - Stolen Dance (2014)
Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better (2015)
Cub Sport - Come On Mess Me Up (2016)
Methyl Ethel - Ubu (2017)
Cub Sport - Sometimes (2018)
I have voted:

Birds Of Tokyo - Plans
Dean Lewis - Be Alright
Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks
Gang Of Youths - Let Me Down Easy
Gotye - Somebody That I Used To Know (ft. Kimbra)
Gretta Ray - Drive
The Shins - Simple Song
Slowly Slowly - Jellyfish
The Temper Trap - Trembling Hands
Vance Joy - Riptide
These are the songs on the shortlist that never made it into any Hottest 200 of the 2010s
AdeleRolling In The Deep (2010)
Angel OlsenShut Up Kiss Me (2016)
ASAP FergShabba {Ft. A$AP Rocky} (2013)
AviciiLevels (2011)
Azealia Banks212 {Ft. Lazy Jay} (2011)
BaauerHarlem Shake (2012)
Beach HouseZebra (2010)
Beth DittoI Wrote The Book (2011)
BeyonceFormation (2016)
BeyonceRun The World (Girls) (2011)
Cardi BBodak Yellow (2018)
Chance The RapperCocoa Butter Kisses {Ft. Vic Mensa/Twista} (2013)
Chance The RapperFavorite Song {Ft. Childish Gambino} (2013)
Charli XCXBoom Clap (2014)
Christine and the QueensTilted (2015)
CHVRCHESThe Mother We Share (2012)
Cosmo's MidnightSnare {Ft. Wild Eyed Boy} (2014)
Crystal FightersFollow (2011)
CultsGo Outside (2011)
Deadmau5Channel 42 {Ft. Wolfgang Gartner} (2012)
Deadmau5Professional Griefers {Ft. Gerard Way} (2012)
Deadmau5Raise Your Weapon (2010)
DrakeHeadlines (2011)
DrakeHold On, We're Going Home {Ft. Majid Jordan} (2013)
DrakeOver (2010)
DrakeStarted From The Bottom (2013)
DrakeTake Care {Ft. Rihanna} (2011)
DrakeUp All Night {Ft. Nicki Minaj} (2010)
DrakeEnergy (2015)
DrakeJungle (2015)
ElliphantOne More {Ft. MO} (2014)
EminemBerzerk (2013)
Fetty WapTrap Queen (2014)
Frank OceanNights (2016)
Frank OceanNovacane (2011)
Frank OceanSwim Good (2011)
FutureIncredible (2017)
Ghost LoftSeconds (2013)
Hayden JamesPermission To Love (2013)
ILOVEMAKONNENTuesday {Ft. Drake} (2014)
J. ColeNo Role Modelz (2014)
J. ColeWet Dreamz (2014)
J. ColeDeja Vu (2016)
J. ColeImmortal (2016)
J. ColeNeighbors (2016)
Jagwar MaCome Save Me (2011)
James BlakeLimit To Your Love (2010)
James BlakeLife Round Here (2013)
Jamie xxGosh (2015)
Janelle MonaeDance Apocalyptic (2013)
Janelle MonaeI Like That (2018)
Janelle MonaeMake Me Feel (2018)
JOY.Smoke Too Much (2017)
Juice WRLDLucid Dreams (2017)
Kate NashDo-Wah-Doo (2010)
Kendrick LamarBackseat Freestyle (2012)
Kendrick LamarBitch, Don't Kill My Vibe (2012)
Kendrick Lamarm.A.A.d city {Ft. MC Eiht} (2012)
Kendrick LamarMoney Trees {Ft. Jay Rock} (2012)
La RouxUptown Downtown (2014)
LizzoGood As Hell (2016)
LizzoTruth Hurts (2017)
Mac DeMarcoSalad Days (2014)
MigosBad and Boujee {Ft. Lil Uzi Vert} (2016)
MigosStir Fry (2018)
MitskiNobody (2018)
Nas & Damian "Jr. Gong" MarleyAs We Enter (2010)
Nicki MinajAnaconda (2014)
Peking DukThe Way You Are (2012)
PhantogramFall In Love (2014)
Pharrell WilliamsHappy (2013)
Post MaloneCongratulations (2016)
Pusha TNumbers On The Boards (2013)
Pusha TIf You Know You Know (2018)
Rae SremmurdNo Type (2015)
RihannaBitch Better Have My Money (2015)
RihannaWe Found Love {Ft. Calvin Harris} (2011)
RihannaWork {Ft. Drake} (2016)
RobynCall Your Girlfriend (2010)
SiaCheap Thrills (2016)
Silversun PickupsSkin Graph (2012)
Sky FerreiraYou're Not The One (2013)
Sky FerreiraEverything Is Embarrassing (2012)
SOAKSea Creatures (2015)
SolangeCranes In The Sky (2016)
SolangeLosing You (2012)
St. VincentCruel (2011)
Travis ScottAntidote (2015)
Tyler, The CreatorBoredom {Ft. Rex Orange County/Anna Of The North} (2017)
Tyler, The CreatorDEATHCAMP {Ft. Cole Alexander} (2015)
Tyler, The CreatorDomo23 (2013)
Tyler, The CreatorIFHY {Ft. Pharrell Williams} (2013)
Tyler, The CreatorSee You Again {Ft. Kali Uchis} (2017)
Vince StaplesNorf Norf (2015)
WarpaintLove Is To Die (2013)
Wolf AliceShe (2013)
Young Thug and Travis ScottPick Up The Phone {Ft. Quavo} (2016)
Nice pick up! It's an interesting list of songs for sure
I did the votey thing

BENEE - Soaked
Gretta Ray - Drive
Kanye West - POWER
Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Lana Del Rey - Video Games
Lil Uzi Vert - XO TOUR Llif3
Owl Eyes - Raiders
Tame Impala - Let It Happen
Warpaint - Love Is To Die
Probably a bit vanilla but here are my votes - a few I was very surprised are even on the voting List

My Hottest 100 of the Decade Votes

Lana Del Rey — Video Games
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis — Same Love {Ft. Mary Lambert}
Rudimental — Feel The Love {Ft. John Newman}
Lorde — Royals
Major Lazer — Lean On {Ft. MØ & DJ Snake}
MØ — Final Song
Billie Eilish — bad guy
Adele — Rolling In The Deep
Rihanna — We Found Love {Ft. Calvin Harris}
Sia — Cheap Thrills
392414 inspired me so I made a top 100 prediction too, this is pretty much just guessing after top 20 though (I started it before we knew there was going to actually be a voting list, so I continued it based on that, I can certainly see extra songs making it now with a list)

1. Kendrick Lamar - HUMBLE.
2. Vance Joy - Riptide
3. Gotye ft. Kimbra - Somebody That I Used To Know
4. Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better
5. Flume ft. Kai - Never Be Like You
6. Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks
7. Flume - Holdin On
8. Of Monsters and Men - Little Talks
9. Hilltop Hoods - Cosby Sweater
10. Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
11. Flight Facilities ft. Christine Hoberg - Clair de lune
12. Flume & Chet Faker - Drop The Game
13. M83 - Midnight City
14. Tame Impala - Let It Happen
15. Tame Impala - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
16. Angus & Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane
17. Dean Lewis - Be Alright
18. Gang Of Youths - Let Me Down Easy
19. Birds Of Tokyo - Plans
20. Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk
21. Kendrick Lamar - King Kunta
22. Vance Joy - Lay It On Me
23. Billie Eilish - when the party's over
24. Flume ft. Vera Blue - Rushing Back
25. Lorde - Royals
26. Lana Del Rey - Video Games
27. Tame Impala - Elephant
28. Lorde - Green Light
29. Childish Gambino - Redbone
30. Gang Of Youths - What Can I Do If The Fire Goes Out?
31. Denzel Curry - Bulls On Parade
32. Travis Scott - SICKO MODE
33. Billie Eilish - bad guy
34. Kendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools (Drank)
35. Gang Of Youths - Magnolia
36. Kanye West ft. Pusha T - Runaway
37. Hilltop Hoods ft. Montaigne & Tom Thum - 1955
38. Gang Of Youths - The Deepest Sighs, The Frankest Shadows
39. Ocean Alley - Confidence
40. Boy & Bear - Fall At Your Feet
41. Violent Soho - Covered In Chrome
42. Billie Eilish - bellyache
43. Illy ft. Vera Blue - Papercuts
44. RÜFÜS - Innerbloom
45. Beyoncé - Hold Up
46. Peking Duk ft. Nicole Millar - High
47. Amy Shark - I Said Hi
48. Angus & Julia Stone - Chateau
49. Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait
50. The Rubens ft. Sarah - Never Ever

51. Kanye West ft. Chance The Rapper, The-Dream, Kelly Price & Kirk Franklin - Ultralight Beam
52. The Rubens - My Gun
53. Post Malone & Swae Lee - Sunflower
54. Lana Del Rey - Young and Beautiful
55. The Weeknd - The Hills
56. Flume ft. Tove Lo - Say It
57. Tones And I - Dance Monkey
58. 360 ft. Gossling - Boys Like You
59. Jay-Z & Kanye West - Ni**as In Paris
60. Hilltop Hoods ft. Illy & Ecca Vandal - Exit Sign
61. Violent Soho - Viceroy
62. Lime Cordiale - Robbery
63. The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face
64. Matt Corby - Brother
65. The Rubens - Hoops
66. The Jungle Giants - Feel The Way I Do
67. Sia - Chandelier
68. Mac Miller ft. Anderson .Paak - Dang!
69. Arctic Monkeys - Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High
70. Milky Chance - Stolen Dance
71. Billie Eilish & Khalid - lovely
72. Post Malone - Circles
73. Flume ft. T-Shirt - On Top
74. Flume ft. Jezzabell Doran - Sleepless
75. Pnau - Chameleon
76. Pnau - Go Bang
77. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton - Can't Hold Us
78. The Chats - Pub Feed
79. The Killers - The Man
80. Peking Duk ft. SAFIA - Take Me Over
81. Gang Of Youths - Strange Diseases
82. Vance Joy - Fire and the Flood
83. FISHER - Losing It
84. The Jungle Giants - Heavy Hearted
85. Of Monsters and Men - Mountain Sound
86. Kendrick Lamar - DNA.
87. Chet Faker - Talk Is Cheap
88. Bliss n Eso - Down By The River
89. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy
90. Tame Impala - Cause I'm A Man
91. Post Malone ft. 21 Savage - rockstar
92. Sticky Fingers - Gold Snafu
93. Ruel - Painkiller
94. Boy & Bear - Southern Sun
95. Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Williams - Get Lucky
96. The Wombats - Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)
97. Drake - Hotling Bling
98. Billie Eilish - bury a friend
99. A$AP Rocky ft. Skepta - Praise The Lord (Da Shine)
100. Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness

101. Methyl Ethel - Ubu
102. Anderson .Paak ft. Kendrick Lamar - Tints
103. Billie Eilish - everything i wanted
104. Ruel - Dazed & Confused
105. Vance Joy - Georgia
106. Lana Del Rey - Born To Die
107. Vance Joy - Mess Is Mine
108. The Smith Street Band - Death To The Lads
109. Skegss - Up In The Clouds
110. Kanye West - Black Skinhead
111. Cub Sport - Come On Mess Me Up
My Hottest 100 of the Decade Votes:

Lana Del Rey - National Anthem
Foster the People - Pumped Up Kicks
Boy & Bear - Feeding Line
Tame Impala - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
The Black Keys - Gold On The Ceiling
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Thrift Shop {Ft. Wanz}
Rudimental - Not Giving In {Ft. John Newman & Alex Clare}
The Wombats - Jump Into The Fog
Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait
Hermitude - HyperParadise {Flume Remix}
Thank you thewitness for compiling the list of songs on the shortlist that never made any of the Hottest 100s.

Was it possible to vote for these songs back in the day or did Triple J decide to include them because they got airplay on Triple J later on?
It's a mix of both I think. Some very big airplay hits that just didn't make the cut, some artists who only later started getting triple j airplay, some where popular standing just wasn't there at the time.
So songs like Rolling In the Deep, Run The World, Berzerk, Cheap Thrills or We Found Love got airplay On Triple J? That's interesting.
Oh sorry I may have generalised too much. I don't think any of them would have gotten played much at all (except maybe on House Party/DJ sets). I remember triple j playing the Jamie xx remix of Rolling In The Deep before it really took off though. Some might be added just as vaguely essential 2010s cuts, although there's also shades of 'one person on the editorial team really wanted it' :p
that... was difficult

alt-J - 3WW
Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Arctic Monkeys - R U Mine?
Caribou - Odessa
Children Collide - My Eagle
FIDLAR - West Coast
Jay-Z & Kanye West - Otis {Ft. Otis Redding}
Kanye West - Mercy {Ft. Big Sean/Pusha T/2 Chainz}
Kendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools (Drank)
Tame Impala - Let It Happen
agreed, not easy. my votes:

The Naked and Famous — Young Blood
Groove Armada — Paper Romance
Robyn — Dancing On My Own
Gotye — Somebody That I Used To Know {Ft. Kimbra}
Florence And The Machine — Shake It Out
Skrillex — Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites
Tonite Only — We Run The Night
Knife Party — Internet Friends
Vampire Weekend — Diane Young
Pnau — Chameleon

just realized, only one song after 2013...
Also remember other factors which will influence voting like current album launches, tours and of course those making the news on social media.
Remember in 2009 MJ influenced the countdown on the back of his untimely death but U2 were nowhere to be seen but were massive in the 1998 countdown.

Only bought this up as i'm archiving The Weeknd - Beauty Behind Madness and I would've thought he'd struggle to make the 100 but with new album in the pipeline he may have a few entries in namely 'Can't Feel My Face' & 'Starboy'.

First Warm Tunas is up

Very small sample so far - I think it's likely to change significantly.

Are we avoiding spoilers on this thread?
Yeah, was just going to post a reminder - I and some others are following WT, but not everyone is so please keep spoilers out of the thread (or hidden behind links)
Did the voting thing...

The National — Bloodbuzz Ohio
Foals — Spanish Sahara
Flight Facilities — Clair De Lune {Ft. Christine Hoberg}
The xx — Angels
Bat For Lashes — Laura
Vampire Weekend — Step
Tame Impala — Let It Happen
RUFUS DU SOL — Innerbloom
The Smith Street Band — Shine
Janelle Monae — Make Me Feel
Forgot to post my votes here.

LostFrank Ocean 
Do It AgainRoyksopp & Robyn
I Got Burned (Feat. Tim Rogers)The Bamboos
Heart Is FullMiike Snow
As We EnterNas & Damian Marley
AmsterdamNothing But Thieves
Eyes Wide OpenGotye
Do You RememberJarryd James
Have done mine:
The War on Drugs — Under The Pressure
M83 — Midnight City
Florence And The Machine — What The Water Gave Me
Flight Facilities — Clair De Lune {Ft. Christine Hoberg}
Arctic Monkeys — Do I Wanna Know?
Sia — Chandelier
RUFUS DU SOL — Innerbloom
Tash Sultana — Jungle
David Bowie — Lazarus
Flight Facilities — Stranded {Ft. Reggie Watts/Broods/Saro}
My vote btw:
Asgeir - King And Cross
Birds of Tokyo - Plans
Boy & Bear - Feeding Line
Flight Facilities — Clair De Lune {Ft. Christine Hoberg}
Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks
Gang of Youths - The Deepest Sighs, The Frankest Shadows
Jamie xx - Loud Places {Ft. Romy}
RUFUS DU SOL — Innerbloom
Tame Impala - Let It Happen
The War on Drugs - Red Eyes
My votes:

Asta & Allday - Dynamite
Courtney Barnett - Pedestrian At Best
Crystal Castles - Not In Love (ft. Robert Smith)
Foals - Spanish Sahara
Gorillaz - Stylo (ft. Mos Def & Bobby Womack)
Lykke Li - I Follow Rivers
Pond - Daisy
Tame Impala - Let It Happen
Vampire Weekend - Diane Young
Geez, picking 10 songs is tough.

I am surprised to see Gold by Kiiara not on the list when the song was in the top 5 weekly most played list on JJJ for a few weeks and was left off the original hottest 100 lists for some strange reason. Yet Run The World is included and didn't even feature in the weekly top 50 most played list once. Same with Adele and Eminems songs.

It would have been funny if they included Shake It Off on the list after the drama it caused. I am surprised no one has sparked controversy about it not featuring and when others are included like Adele.
The plot twists continue as triple j has revealed that the 200-101 will be aired throughout the week prior to the broadcast of the top 100. https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/news/musicnews/triple-j-hottest-200-of-the-decade-countdown-dates-times/12020776

It's also confirmed that the top 100 will be live for everyone in Australia just like the regular Hottest 100.
WOW! I really like this format! And because it's in little sections, I'll be able to make time each day to tune in! So excited!!
Predictions for highest placed song from an annual countdown to miss the 200?
Will Rushing Back even feature, plenty of other Flume songs to steal the votes.
(haven't seen spoilers so I might be way off) I feel like there's a chance that Thrift Shop doesn't get in, but yeah, it's hard to imagine many 2019 tracks other than "bad guy" that feel like placing well. I wonder if this voting is too close to the last vote that no one instinctively wants to vote the same songs they just voted less than 2 months ago. Everyone will say 'oh, 2019 just wasn't a great year' but it'll grow on them once they decide 2020 is worse
I reckon all the #1's will get into the Top 200 somewhere. Even though "Thrift Shop" feels like a joke, I think it will get enough votes for that reason to get in.
How exciting! Although it'll be hard to follow the 200-101 during work hours. Can we expect the usual coverage on here?

I've got a feeling that 2010 will be the year that features the most.

Without any spoilers, it's been interesting seeing how Warm Tunas has been shaping up. I think it'll end up being one of their most inaccurate though.
I have been working overtime to write as many blurbs as I can (hopefully I'll have 100+ done tonight). Given the iterative nature I would like to have something written down on all 200 songs, though likely a lot of them will have to be edited in later.
I'm looking forward to this countdown will be interesting which song will be number 1. I'm looking forward to see where each song ends up and listen to songs that I have forgotten about.
FYI a few extra non-top 200 songs have been added to the voting list since the start, in addition to the 97 songs in the table thewitness posted. I retrieved the list and it appears to be just these 10, and they have 'created_at' fields that may be the time they were added (timezone unknown):

RibsLorde201312/02/2020 09:44
What You KnowTwo Door Cinema Club201012/02/2020 09:47
Shut UpStormzy201512/02/2020 11:05
Edge Of TownMiddle Kids201612/02/2020 11:04
Young DrunkThe Smith Street Band201212/02/2020 15:59
SmokoThe Chats201712/02/2020 16:00
Pork SodaGlass Animals201618/02/2020 17:04
DaydreamingRadiohead201620/02/2020 13:23
All I WantA Day To Remember201020/02/2020 13:26
Boyfriend (Repeat)Confidence Man201620/02/2020 13:28

Which leaves the voting list with this many songs per year in total:


(Note that these were never added to the PDF, and the PDF has also been missing all of the 2018 top 91 the whole time, but I assume most people don't use the PDF.)
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I voted:

Little Red - Rock It
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance the Way I Feel
Pendulum - Watercolour
Katy B - Katy On A Mission
Nero - Guilt
Major Lazer - Get Free {Ft. Amber Coffman}
Flight Facilities - Clair De Lune {Ft. Christine Hoberg}
Lana Del Rey - Born To Die
RUFUS DU SOL - Desert Night
RUFUS DU SOL - Innerbloom

(If I had an 11th spot, it would've gone to Tash Sultana - Jungle, and a 12th to Milky Chance - Stolen Dance)
⁠Cub Sport - Come On Mess Me Up
⁠Cub Sport - Sometimes
⁠Frank Ocean - Lost
⁠Glass Animals - Gooey
⁠Grimes - Oblivion
⁠Kanye West - Ultralight Beam
⁠Kendrick Lamar - King Kunta
⁠Tame Impala - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
⁠Tame Impala - Let It Happen
⁠Vera Blue - Hold

Just missing out were Innerbloom, Little Talks and Two Weeks.
I have voted

Katy B - Katy on a Mission (2010)
Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - 212 (2011)
Nero - Promises (2011)
Sky Ferreira - Everything Is Embarrassing (2012)
Chvrches - Lies (2013)
Tame Impala - Let It Happen (2015)
Beyoncé - Formation (2016)
The xx - On Hold (2016)
Lorde - Green Light (2017)
Cub Sport - Sometimes (2018)

Excited for the coming week & love seeing everyone's votes!
I had a lot of songs on my shortlist, so no surprises that it took a long time to finally decided on 10 votes. This is what I finally settled on:

Alison Wonderland - Games (2015)
Avicii - Levels (2011)
Calvin Harris - Bounce {Ft. Kelis} (2011)
Daft Punk - Get Lucky {Ft. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers} (2013)
Duke Dumont - Need U (100%) {Ft. A*M*E} (2013)
Flume - Holdin On (2012)
Lorde - Green Light (2017)
Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk {Ft. Bruno Mars} (2014)
Peking Duk - High {Ft. Nicole Millar} (2014)
The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (2015)

Hoping for a higher success rate than my 2019 votes haha
Ariana Grande — thank u, next (DNP, 2018)
Gotye — Somebody That I Used To Know {Ft. Kimbra} (#1, 2011)
The xx — Angels (#19, 2012)
Bring Me The Horizon — Shadow Moses (#92, 2013)
Last Dinosaurs — Apollo (#190, 2015)
Drake — Passionfruit (#35, 2017)
Lil Uzi Vert — XO TOUR Llif3 (#74, 2017)
Dean Lewis — Be Alright (#6, 2018)
Billie Eilish — bad guy (#1, 2019)
Migos — Bad and Boujee {Ft. Lil Uzi Vert} (DNP, 2017)

My 11th would probably be The Look by Metronomy or Talk Too Much by Andy Bull.
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Decided to only have one write in.

Avicii - Levels
Billie Eilish - bury a friend
Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away With Me
Chiddy Bang - Opposite of Adults
Flume - Rushing Back {Ft. Vera Blue}
Foster the People - Pumped Up Kicks
Lorde - Supercut
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Can't Hold Us {Ft. Ray Dalton}
Martin Garrix - Animals
I've made a prediction of the top 25, 50, 69, 100, 101, 150, and 200

**Warm Tunas influenced**


EDIT: 12/3/20

Sorry, I forgot a song that I thought I'd included. I've inserted that song at #14, bumped everything down. Nothing else changed.

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Hey guys!

So... I f**ked up. Kinda. I'm certain that I saw somewhere on the triple j website that voting closed at midnight on Monday and well... yeah. No votes for me. Anyway, I'm gonna try to forgive myself for that one and just enjoy the music today.

Here's 10 songs which I might have voted for, because honestly I can't tell you if my decision-making was the same this morning as it would've been on Monday night.

Note: self-imposed limits of one song per artist and no write-ins.

Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
Billie Eilish - when the party's over
Children Collide - Jellylegs
Courtney Barnett - Depreston
DZ Deathrays - Shred For Summer
Flight Facilities (feat. Giselle) - Crave You
Foo Fighters - Rope
Last Dinosaurs - Zoom
The Smith Street Band - Birthdays
Violent Soho - Covered In Chrome

PS: I'm still planning to go ahead with my own top 100 of the decade at some point, but for the reasons mentioned above this isn't exactly an accurate preview of the top 10.

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