#1
Anyone else listening to the Hottest 100 in Australia at the moment? It's up to about 92, already heard one song I voted for (Arlandria).
#3
Is this an undead adbot?
Breakfast, Breakfast, it's great for us
We eat, we eat, we eat
That frozen meat
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, it can't be beat
#5
The Beards were in it so I'm happy
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#7
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10 bucks says Pumped Up Kicks wins no.1



That or the annoying Gotye song.
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#8
Totally forgot about it, just turned it on.

Is the cricket being televised in other states? I was looking forward to watching it(even if it's a dead rubber game) but no, all that's on is the fucking tennis.
#9
Hottest 100 is always great, does all my music searching for me, and i just pick and choose bands i like and dislike based on my first impressions.

Somebody i used to know is definitely going to win though.
#10
Quote by Cianyx
10 bucks says Pumped Up Kicks wins no.1

I think non-Australians were saved from this but this song is paying short odds against "any other song" at the biggest betting agency in the country.

Also, Pumped Up Kicks was 2010. This year has been Helena Beat by Foster the People.
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#11
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I think non-Australians were saved from this but this song is paying short odds against "any other song" at the biggest betting agency in the country.

Also, Pumped Up Kicks was 2010. This year has been Helena Beat by Foster the People.



Actually quite enjoyed that. Although, I can see it getting annoying if it's overplayed. Finally gave Pumped Up Kicks a chance and yeah, it's alright. But only alright.

As long as Moves Like Jagger's up there, tunes a beast, yo.
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#13
Ugh, I might avoid triple J for a week.
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#14
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Ugh, I might avoid triple J for ever.

Fixed.
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#16
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Fixed.

One day I flicked over to it and the doctor played Gaslight Anthem. From then on I've been listening to it for such sporadic moments of brilliance. They're few and far between.

Actually, I might switch back to pop radio because they probably play Taylor Swift more often than Triple J doesn't play indie-pop.
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#17
What's that triple J?
I can't hear you over the sound of HOW LITTLE I CARE


(although my manager got two of his other bands in there,so congratulations to them...I guess)
Seagulls,the chicken of the ocean.

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#18
Quote by King Donkey
I didn't listen to it, glad I didn't if that god damn Gotye song is number one.


I HATE that song. They were talking about the Australia Day celebrations on the news tonight and they had that song playing in the background. How is it relevant to Australia Day?!?
"You're not hardcore unless you live hardcore"
#19
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I HATE that song. They were talking about the Australia Day celebrations on the news tonight and they had that song playing in the background. How is it relevant to Australia Day?!?

I will forever hold all of New Zealand responsible.
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#21
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I HATE that song. They were talking about the Australia Day celebrations on the news tonight and they had that song playing in the background. How is it relevant to Australia Day?!?


Aboriginal Australia is the metaphorical character that the singer used to know and he laments "her" departure although he secretly desired it. Here is the undeniable proof:

But you didn't have to cut me off
Make out like it never happened
And that we were nothing
And Aborigine I don't even need your love
But you treat me like a stranger
And that feels so rough


Bet you never noticed that before.

As a reply to this apologetic self-victimization, the Indigenous people respond like so:

Now and then I think of all the times you screwed me over
But had me believing it was always something that I'd done
And I don't wanna live that way


The reason "he" cannot look "her" in the eyes denotes an aftertaste of a post-modern dread of co-existence hampered by a very primitive urge to make a crappy song.
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You sick bastard.



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#22
Didn't listen, can't stand triple J these days. Their song selections boil down to 1 of 3 things, 1. Crappy middle-of-the-road indie pop 2. Ozzie hip hop yuleah! 3. Nauseating electro garbage.
#23
Anybody who actually listened to Triple J at least once this year should have been able to predict the #1 spot.


I wish Art vs Science Placed higher (with their song 'Higher'.) They're the only thing I voted for aside from The Beards.