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12 Things We Learned From Triple J’s Hottest 100

Written by Music Feeds on January 27, 2015

Another Hottest 100 has come and gone and as Australia continues to nurse collective hangovers from yesterday’s public holiday festivities, it’s time to crunch the numbers and look more closely at the lessons learnt from the results of the 22nd annual triple j Hottest 100.

Before you worry those ailing heads of yours, don’t fear, we’ve done the analysis on your behalf. From Chet Faker’s dominance – scoring not only the top spot but also two other tracks in the top 10 – to the record number of Australian entries, to the curse plaguing Hilltop Hoods and even what the outcome of Swift-gate means for the Hottest 100’s “democratic” mantra.

If you missed it the first time round, the Hottest 100 of 2014 will be replayed on triple j from 10am on Saturday, 31st January. The station will then count down the 200th to 101st hottest songs of 2014 from 10am on Sunday, 1st February.

Until then, get data-prepped, and see in our statistical listicle below, 12 things we learned from triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2014.

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