Triple J Hottest 100, 1990

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The 1990 Triple J Hottest 100 was the second yearly poll of the most popular songs, according to listeners of the Australian radio station Triple J. From 1989 to 1991, listeners could vote for songs released in any year.

Full list[edit]

Note: Australian artists

# Song[1] Artist Country of Origin Year of release
1 Love Will Tear Us Apart Joy Division England 1980
2 Throw Your Arms Around Me Hunters & Collectors Australia 1985
3 How Soon Is Now? The Smiths England 1984
4 Uncertain Smile The The England 1983
5 Blue Monday New Order England 1983
6 Fool's Gold The Stone Roses England 1989
7 This Charming Man The Smiths England 1983
8 Rock Lobster The B-52's United States 1978
9 It's The End Of The World R.E.M. United States 1987
10 That's Entertainment The Jam England 1980
11 A Forest The Cure England 1980
12 Holiday in Cambodia Dead Kennedys United States 1980
13 Troy Sinéad O'Connor Ireland 1987
14 Under the Milky Way The Church Australia 1988
15 Shivers Boys Next Door Australia 1978
16 Birthday The Sugarcubes Iceland 1987
17 Wuthering Heights Kate Bush England 1978
18 Debaser Pixies United States 1988
19 Primary The Cure England 1981
20 Anarchy in the U.K. Sex Pistols England 1976
21 Bizarre Love Triangle New Order England 1986
22 She Sells Sanctuary The Cult England 1985
23 Boys Don't Cry The Cure England 1980
24 Ride On Time Black Box Italy 1989
25 Just Like Heaven The Cure England 1987
26 The Slab Hunters & Collectors Australia 1984
27 Cattle And Cane The Go-Betweens Australia 1983
28 London Calling The Clash England 1979
29 Fight the Power Public Enemy United States 1989
30 Another Girl, Another Planet The Only Ones England 1978
31 Song to the Siren This Mortal Coil England 1983
32 Talking to a Stranger Hunters & Collectors Australia 1982
33 Fuck tha Police N.W.A. United States 1988
34 Monkey Gone to Heaven Pixies United States 1989
35 Wish You Were Here Pink Floyd England 1975
36 Buffalo Stance Neneh Cherry Sweden 1988
37 Sign “☮” the Times Prince United States 1987
38 Tainted Love Soft Cell England 1981
39 Kiss Prince United States 1986
40 Back to Life (However Do You Want Me) Soul II Soul England 1989
41 Blister In The Sun Violent Femmes United States 1983
42 Respect Aretha Franklin United States 1965
43 Lullaby The Cure England 1989
44 There Is a Light That Never Goes Out The Smiths England 1985
45 Info Freako Jesus Jones England 1989
46 The One I Love R.E.M. United States 1987
47 Everybody Moves Died Pretty Australia 1989
48 Dancing Queen ABBA Sweden 1975
49 Wide Open Road The Triffids Australia 1986
50 Heroes David Bowie England 1977
51 She Bangs The Drums The Stone Roses England 1989
52 The End The Doors United States 1967
53 Bigmouth Strikes Again The Smiths England 1986
54 Aloha Steve and Danno Radio Birdman Australia 1978
55 Here Comes Your Man Pixies United States 1989
56 Can't Be Sure The Sundays England 1989
57 The Unguarded Moment The Church Australia 1981
58 Waiting for the Great Leap Forwards Billy Bragg England 1988
59 Greetings to the New Brunette Billy Bragg England 1986
60 Deanna Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds Australia 1988
61 Stairway to Heaven Led Zeppelin England 1971
62 L.A. Woman The Doors United States 1971
63 Alison Elvis Costello England 1977
64 Love Song Simple Minds Scotland 1981
65 Temptation New Order England 1982
66 Imagine John Lennon England 1971
67 The Love Cats The Cure England 1983
68 True Faith New Order England 1987
69 Nothing Compares 2 U Sinéad O'Connor Ireland 1990
70 Wise Up! Sucker Pop Will Eat Itself England 1989
71 Say Goodbye Hunters & Collectors Australia 1986
72 In Between Days The Cure England 1985
73 I Want You Elvis Costello England 1986
74 Freak Scene Dinosaur Jr United States 1988
75 Forbidden Colours Sakamoto And Sylvian Japan and England 1983
76 God Is a Bullet Concrete Blonde United States 1989
77 Sympathy for the Devil The Rolling Stones England 1968
78 Fall On Me R.E.M. United States 1986
79 Once In A Lifetime Talking Heads United States 1981
80 Into the Groove Madonna United States 1985
81 Street Tuff Double Trouble And Rebel MC England 1989
82 Levi Stubbs' Tears Billy Bragg England 1986
83 All Along the Watchtower Jimi Hendrix United States 1968
84 Atmosphere Joy Division England 1980
85 Bye Bye Pride The Go-Betweens Australia 1987
86 Eternally Yours Laughing Clowns Australia 1984
87 Add It Up Violent Femmes United States 1983
88 Love Shack The B-52's United States 1989
89 Teen Age Riot Sonic Youth United States 1988
90 Sexual Healing Marvin Gaye United States 1982
91 Say No Go De La Soul United States 1988
92 Reptile The Church Australia 1988
93 Trust Tall Tales And True Australia 1989
94 This Is the Day The The England 1983
95 Comfortably Numb Pink Floyd England 1979
96 Happy Birthday Concrete Blonde United States 1989
97 Roam The B-52's United States 1989
98 Walk On The Wild Side Lou Reed United States 1972
99 Orange Crush R.E.M. United States 1988
100 Just Can't Get Enough Depeche Mode England 1981

16 of the 100 tracks are by Australian artists (marked with a green background).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hottest 100 1990". Triple J. Retrieved 2008-02-08.