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100 Most Played Songs On Triple J In 2012 Revealed

Written by Mike Hohnen on January 2, 2013

Still with some time to go before the official triple j Hottest 100 for 2012 is released, J-Play have today revealed the station’s 100 most spun tracks.

So for those of you who have placed bets on who will take out the #1 spot, the below list is no indicator as to how that will turn out. The final charts will be decided by listener votes rather than total rotations. Parachute Youth‘s single Can’t Get Better Than This, while also being a totally awesome jam, was released at the start of January last year, giving it somewhat of an advantage to collect the hits.

Triple j won’t release the hottest 100 tracks of last year until January 26. So the people are yet to speak, but at least here’s what they’ve been listening to.

#1 Parachute Youth – Can’t Get Better Than This
#2 Major Lazer – Get Free
#3 Twinsy – Water Bombs
#4 Skrillex – Bangarang (feat. Sirah)
#5 Electric Guest – This Head I Hold
#6 Django Django – Default
#7 Loon Lake – Cherry Lips
#8 Dialectrix – New Generation
#9 Regina Spektor – All The Rowboats
#10 The Preatures – Take A Card
#11 Flume – Holdin On
#12 The Shins – Simple Song
#13 Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine
#14 The Bamboos – I Got Burned (feat. Tim Rogers)
#15 Disclosure – Latch (feat. Sam Smith)
#16 Matt Corby – Brother
#17 Ball Park Music – Surrender
#18 Gossling – Wild Love
#19 Allday X C1 – So Good
#20 Wolf And Cub – See The Light
#21 Grimes – Oblivion
#22 Emma Louise – Boy
#23 Yacht – Le Goudron
#24 Kid Cudi – Just What I Am
#25 Diafrix – Running It
#26 San Cisco – Rocket Ship
#27 Full Tote Odds – Southern Wind
#28 The Hives – Go Right Ahead
#29 Illy – Heard It All
#30 The Griswolds – Heart Of A Lion
#31 Alabama Shakes – Hold On
#32 MS MR – Hurricane
#33 The Cribs – Come On, Be a No-One
#34 Dappled Cities – Born At The Right Time
#35 Alt-J – Breezeblocks
#36 Citizens! – Reptile
#37 Metric – Youth Without Youth
#38 Lupe Fiasco – Around My Way
#39 Silversun Pickups – Skin Graph
#40 DCUP – I’m Corrupt
#41 St. Lucia – September
#42 Best Coast – The Only Place
#43 White Rabbits – Temporary
#44 Sticky Fingers – Caress Your Soul
#45 The Phenomenal Handclap Band – Following
#46 Flux Pavilion – Daydreamer (feat. Example)
#47 Birds Of Tokyo – This Fire
#48 Alpine – Gasoline
#49 Father John Misty – Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings
#50 YesYou – Frivolous Life (feat. Marcus Azon)
#51 Lisa Mitchell – Spiritus
#52 Pond – Moth Wings
#53 Tame Impala – Elephant
#54 Calvin Harris – Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch)
#55 Miike Snow – Paddling Out
#56 Jinja Safari -Toothless Grin
#57 Oh Mercy – Drums
#58 Plan B – Ill Manors
#59 Cosmo Jarvis – Love This
#60 Mystery Jets – Someone Purer
#61 The Trouble With Templeton – Six Months In A Cast
#62 Ben Kweller – Mean To Me
#63 Chet Faker – I’m Into You
#64 Skryptcha – Dance
#65 The Cast Of Cheers – Family
#66 Art Of Sleeping – Empty Hands
#67 Nantes – Unsatisfy
#68 Rudimental – Feel the Love
#69 Children Collide – Sword To A Gunfight
#70 Illy – Where Ya Been (feat. Pez)
#71 World’s End Press – Second Day Uptown
#72 Tame Impala – Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
#73 Eagle & The Worm – Give Me Time
#74 Yung Warriors – Standing Strong
#75 The Aston Shuffle – Can’t Stop Now
#76 Bloc Party – Octopus
#77 Kimbra – Warrior (feat. Mark Foster & A-Trak)
#78 Rufus – This Summer
#79 Jack White – Love Interruption
#80 Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans
#81 Tyler Touché – Baguette?
#82 Owl Eyes – Crystalised
#83 Snakadaktal – Dance Bear
#84 Millions – Nineteen
#85 Grinspoon – Passerby
#86 The Gaslight Anthem – 45
#87 Hunting Grounds – Flaws
#88 Chasm – Soldier And A Thinker
#89 Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Tapes & Money
#90 Knife Party – Internet Friends
#91 Xavier Rudd – Follow The Sun
#92 Winter People – Gallons
#93 Purity Ring – Fineshrine
#94 Rudimental – Not Giving In
#95 The Presets – Promises
#96 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz)
#97 Alpine – Seeing Red
#98 DZ Deathrays – Dollar Chills
#99 Buchanan – Run Faster
#100 The Rubens – Don’t Ever Want To Be Found

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