Triple J Hottest 100, 2003

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2003 Triple J Hottest 100
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Album artwork for the CD compilation
Countdown details
Date of countdown25 January 2004
Countdown highlights
Winning song Jet
("Are You Gonna Be My Girl")
Most entries The White Stripes (5)
Powderfinger (5)
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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.

Contents

Full list

#Song [1] ArtistCountry of Origin
1 Are You Gonna Be My Girl Jet Australia
2 Hey Ya! Outkast United States
3 Seven Nation Army The White Stripes United States
4 On My Mind Powderfinger Australia
5 Clocks (Röyksopp Remix) Coldplay United Kingdom and Norway
6 Hello The Cat Empire Australia
7 Sunsets PowderfingerAustralia
8 Zebra John Butler Trio Australia
9 The Nosebleed Section Hilltop Hoods Australia
10 Love Your Way PowderfingerAustralia
11 Déjà Vu Something for Kate Australia
12Lighthouse The Waifs Australia
13 We Used to Be Friends The Dandy Warhols United States
14 The Hardest Button to Button The White StripesUnited States
15I Love Work Butterfingers Australia
16Relapse Little Birdy Australia
17 Taylor Jack Johnson United States
18Diamonds On the Inside Ben Harper United States
19 Rollover DJ JetAustralia
20Feeler Pete Murray Australia
21Armies Against Me Epicure Australia
22 Fortune Faded Red Hot Chili Peppers United States
23 Who's Gonna Save Us? The Living End Australia
24 The Horizon Has Been Defeated Jack JohnsonUnited States
25Baby BlueLittle BirdyAustralia
26Russell Crowe's Band Frenzal Rhomb Australia
27There's Always Someone Cooler Than You Ben Folds United States
28 Danger! High Voltage Electric Six United States
29 With My Own Two Hands Ben HarperUnited States
30 The Bitter End Placebo United Kingdom
31 Time Is Running Out Muse United Kingdom
32 You Were the Last High The Dandy WarholsUnited States
33 Gay Bar Electric SixUnited States
34 Everyone Deserves Music Michael Franti and Spearhead United States
35 Plastic Loveless Letter Magic Dirt Australia
36 Just Because Jane's Addiction United States
37 Days Like These The Cat EmpireAustralia
38 Everytime ButterfingersAustralia
39 Coming Home Alex Lloyd Australia
40Times Like TheseJack JohnsonUnited States
41Black Bird The Beautiful Girls Australia
42 Stockholm Syndrome MuseUnited Kingdom
43 12:51 The Strokes United States
44 Dumb Enough Hilltop HoodsAustralia
45 Weak and Powerless A Perfect Circle United States
4677% The Herd Australia
47 Bomb the World Michael Franti and SpearheadUnited States
48 There There Radiohead United Kingdom
49 2 + 2 = 5 RadioheadUnited Kingdom
50Fisherman's DaughterThe WaifsAustralia
51Sista (Live)John Butler TrioAustralia
52Just Pretend The Bens United States
53 Feeling This Blink-182 United States
54Let Me Be Xavier Rudd Australia
55Greed for Your Love Missy Higgins Australia
56Franco Un-American NOFX United States
57 Work It Missy Elliott United States
58 The Leaving Song Pt. II AFI United States
59So EntertainingGus and FrankAustralia
60Watch Out BoysMagic DirtAustralia
61 St. Anger Metallica United States
62MusicThe Beautiful GirlsAustralia
63 Song for a Sleepwalker Something for KateAustralia
64 Step into My Office, Baby Belle and Sebastian United Kingdom
65 Something White and Sigmund Andromeda Australia
66 Tabloid Magazine The Living EndAustralia
67 Lovesong Amiel Australia
68 1 Second of Insanity The Butterfly Effect Australia
69 Hysteria MuseUnited Kingdom
70 The Outsider A Perfect CircleUnited States
71 Girl's Not Grey AFIUnited States
72 Running Up That Hill PlaceboUnited Kingdom
73 Life Sentence EpicureAustralia
74Look Good in Leather Cody Chesnutt United States
75 The Seed (2.0) The Roots featuring Cody ChesnuttUnited States
76Rockin' RocksPowderfingerAustralia
77 Stumblin' PowderfingerAustralia
78 Who's Ya Daddy? Gerling Australia
79 Milkshake Kelis United States
80 Satisfaction Benny Benassi Italy
81 The Golden Path The Chemical Brothers featuring The Flaming Lips United Kingdom and United States
82 Good Luck Basement Jaxx featuring Lisa Kekaula United Kingdom and United States
83 Reptilia The StrokesUnited States
84 We Don't Play Guitars Chicks on Speed featuring Peaches Germany and Canada
85 Pass That Dutch Missy ElliottUnited States
86LinesPete MurrayAustralia
87 Move Your Feet Junior Senior Denmark
88Voices in My Head Machine Gun Fellatio Australia
89Girl, You Have No Faith in MedicineThe White StripesUnited States
90Break It Down (James Brown) Offcutts Australia
91 Vampire Racecourse The Sleepy Jackson Australia
92 Doctor Doctor Gyroscope Australia
93 I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself The White StripesUnited States
94In the Cold, Cold NightThe White StripesUnited States
95 Special Needs PlaceboUnited Kingdom
96 Man of Constant Sorrow SkeewiffUnited Kingdom
97 Growing on Me The Darkness United Kingdom
98 Out of Time Blur United Kingdom
99Inertiatic ESP The Mars Volta United States
100 The Chariot The Cat EmpireAustralia

Trivia

Powderfinger were the first band ever to get three songs in the top 10. Frenzal Rhomb holds the record of having the shortest song on a Hottest 100 ever, with "Russell Crowe's Band" at 1:12.

Artists with multiple entries

The following individuals or groups had more than one entry in the Hottest 100:

Five entries

Three entries

Two entries

Top 10 Albums of 2003

Bold indicates winner of the Hottest 100.

#ArtistAlbumCountry of OriginTracks in the Hottest 100
1 Powderfinger Vulture Street Australia4, 7, 10, 76, 77
2 The White Stripes Elephant United States3, 14, 89, 93, 94
3 Radiohead Hail to the Thief United Kingdom48, 49
4 Jet Get Born Australia1, 19 (24, 89 in 2004)
5 Jack Johnson On & On United States17, 24, 40
6 Something for Kate The Official Fiction Australia11, 62
7 Ben Harper Diamonds On the Inside United States18, 29
8 John Butler Trio Living 2001–2002 Australia51
9 Muse Absolution United Kingdom31, 42, 69
10 The Living End Modern ARTillery Australia23, 66 (52 in 2002)

CD release

CD 1
  1. Jet – Are You Gonna Be My Girl
  2. Hilltop Hoods – The Nosebleed Section
  3. Jane's Addiction – Just Because
  4. The Dandy Warhols – We Used To Be Friends
  5. Something for Kate – Déjà Vu
  6. Cody ChesnuTT – Look Good in Leather
  7. Little Birdy – Baby Blue
  8. The Sleepy Jackson – Vampire Racecourse
  9. The Herd – 77%
  10. The John Butler Trio – Zebra
  11. Placebo – The Bitter End
  12. Radiohead – There There
  13. Basement Jaxx – Good Luck
  14. Electric Six – Gay Bar
  15. The Waifs – Lighthouse
  16. Magic Dirt – Plastic Loveless Letter
  17. AFI – The Leaving Song Pt II
  18. The Beautiful Girls – Black Bird
  19. Pete Murray- Feeler
  20. Skeewiff – Man of Constant Sorrow
CD 2
  1. The Mars Volta – Inertiatic ESP
  2. The Living End – Who's Gonna Save Us?
  3. The Cat Empire – Hello
  4. Chicks on Speed – We Don't Play Guitars
  5. Ben Harper – Diamonds On the Inside
  6. Butterfingers – I Love Work
  7. Missy Higgins – Greed For Your Love
  8. Chemical Brothers – The Golden Path
  9. Offcuts – Break It Down James Brown
  10. Machine Gun Fellatio – Voices in My Head
  11. Nofx – Franco Un-American
  12. The Butterfly Effect – One Second of Insanity
  13. Michael Franti And Spearhead – Everyone Deserves Music
  14. Epicure – Life Sentence
  15. Belle and Sebastian – Step into My Office
  16. Junior Senior – Move Your Feet
  17. Missy Elliott – Pass That Dutch
  18. Gyroscope – Doctor, Doctor
  19. Xavier Rudd – Let Me Be
  20. Powderfinger – (Baby I've Got You) On My Mind

DVD release

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Volume 11 DVD Cover

The Hottest 100 DVD was the second such DVD, after the 2002 release.

  1. Jet – Are You Gonna Be My Girl
  2. Jane's Addiction – Just Because
  3. The Dandy Warhols – We Used To Be Friends
  4. Something for Kate – Déjà Vu (Radio Edit)
  5. Cody ChesnuTT – Look Good in Leather
  6. Little Birdy – Baby Blue
  7. The Sleepy Jackson – Vampire Racecourse
  8. The Herd – 77%
  9. The John Butler Trio – Zebra
  10. Placebo – The Bitter End
  11. Radiohead – There There
  12. Basement Jaxx – Good Luck (featuring Lisa Kekaula)
  13. Electric Six – Gay Bar
  14. The Waifs – Lighthouse
  15. Magic Dirt – Plastic Loveless Letter
  16. AFI – The Leaving Song Pt. II
  17. Pete Murray – Feeler
  18. The Mars Volta – Inertiatic ESP (Album Version)
  19. The Living End – Who's Gonna Save Us
  20. The Cat Empire – Hello
  21. Chicks on Speed (featuring Peaches) – We Don't Play Guitars
  22. Ben Harper – Diamonds On the Inside
  23. Butterfingers – I Love Work
  24. Missy Higgins – Greed For Your Love
  25. Chemical Brothers – The Golden Path
  26. Offcutts – Break It Down, James Brown
  27. Machine Gun Fellatio – Voices in My Head
  28. NOFX – Franco Un-American
  29. The Butterfly Effect – One Second of Insanity
  30. Michael Franti and Spearhead – Everyone Deserves Music
  31. Belle and Sebastian – Step into My Office, Baby
  32. Junior Senior – Move Your Feet (Radio Edit)
  33. Missy Elliott – Pass That Dutch
  34. Powderfinger – (Baby I've Got You) On My Mind

See also

Notes

  1. "Hottest 100 2003". Triple J . Retrieved 11 June 2007.

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