Triple J Hottest 100, 2010
The 2010 Triple J Hottest 100 was announced and played on Australia Day, 26 January 2011. It is the eighteenth countdown of the most popular songs of the year, as chosen by the listeners of Australian radio station Triple J.
Voting commenced at midnight on Monday 20 December 2010, and closed at midnight on Sunday 16 January 2011. 1.26 million votes were recorded from 152 countries, a new record number of votes.
The full list of places #101-200 can be viewed here
Artists with multiple entries
- Birds of Tokyo (4, 47, 87)
- Mark Ronson & The Business Intl (10, 17, 35)
- Pendulum (11, 48, 69)
- Washington (20, 59, 84)
- Bliss n Eso (23, 41, 53)
- Gorillaz (37, 42, 78)
- Arcade Fire (58, 63, 83)
- Gypsy & The Cat (64, 71, 73)
- Angus & Julia Stone (1, 62)
- Little Red (2, 79)
- Ou Est Le Swimming Pool (3, 61)
- Boy & Bear (5, 45)
- Art vs. Science (9, 90)
- Sia (13, 56)
- Kanye West (14, 88)
- The Jezabels (16, 49)
- Two Door Cinema Club (21, 72)
- Children Collide (22, 60)
- Crystal Castles (25, 44)
- Yeasayer (30, 51)
- The National (31, 93)
- Tame Impala (33, 74)
- The Naked and Famous (34, 38)
- Hot Chip (50, 85)
- Vampire Weekend (55, 67)
- Dead Letter Circus (65, 99)
- The Black Keys (80, 82)
- Australia: 51 songs
- United States: 21 songs
- United Kingdom: 19 songs
- Canada: 5 songs
- New Zealand: 2 songs
- Iceland: 1 song
- Sweden: 1 song
Top 20 Albums of 2010
Triple J Listeners voted for their favorite album of 2010 in a similar format to the Hottest 100. Voters were allowed to vote for any album released in 2010 and were limited to ten votes.
Bold indicates the winner of the Hottest 100, while Tame Impala's Innerspeaker won the J Award.
- Angus & Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane
- Little Red - Rock It
- Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance the Way I Feel
- Birds of Tokyo - Plans
- Adrian Lux - Teenage Crime
- Cee-Lo Green - Fuck You
- The Wombats - Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)
- Art vs. Science - Magic Fountain
- Mark Ronson & the Business Intl - Somebody to Love Me
- Drapht - Rapunzel
- Sia - Clap Your Hands
- Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand
- The Jezabels - Mace Spray
- Cloud Control - There's Nothing In the Water We Can't Fight
- Flight Facilities Featuring Giselle - Crave You
- Washington - Sunday Best
- Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn
- Children Collide - Jellylegs
- Bliss n Eso - Addicted
- Sparkadia - Talking Like I'm Falling Down Stairs
- Gotye - Eyes Wide Open
- Darwin Deez - Radar Detector
- Illy Featuring Owl Eyes - It Can't Wait
- Yeasayer - O.N.E.
- The National - Bloodbuzz Ohio
- Tame Impala - Solitude Is Bliss
- The Naked and Famous - Punching In A Dream
- Chiddy Bang - Opposite of Adults
- Gorillaz Featuring Daley - Doncomatic
- John Butler Trio - Revolution
- Gyroscope - Baby, I'm Gettin' Better
- Yolanda Be Cool vs DCUP - We Speak No Americano
- Boy & Bear - Rabbit Song
- Bag Raiders - Way Back Home
- Hot Chip - One Life Stand
- The John Steel Singers - Overpass
- Miami Horror Featuring Alan Palamo - Holidays
- Vampire Weekend - Giving Up the Gun
- Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
- Hungry Kids of Hungary - Coming Around
- Big Boi Featuring Cutty - Shutterbugg
- Klaxons - Echoes
- Evil Eddie - Queensland
- The Bedroom Philosopher - Northcote (So Hungover)
- Angus & Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane (Live)
- John Butler Trio score the #39 position for the second year in a row.
- Both members of Gnarls Barkley got a respective track in the list with different bands; Danger Mouse with Broken Bells and Cee-Lo Green with a solo track.
- Ian Kenny has now appeared in the Hottest 100 every year since 2005 with both Karnivool and Birds of Tokyo.
- Angus & Julia Stone are the first Australian band to win the Hottest 100 since Augie March in 2006.
- For a second year in a row an Triple J Unearthed artist has cracked the Top 10 (Art vs. Science #2 in 2009, and Little Red #2, Boy & Bear #5 and Art vs Science #9 in 2010).
- For the first time since 2005 no artist from France appeared in the list.
- Chiddy Bangs track samples the song Kids by MGMT which came #5 in the 2008 countdown.
- "Triple J Hottest 100". ABC. Retrieved 25 January 2011.