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Any time a Top-anything is announced, it's a call fraught with controversy and counter-claim, but this offering is not without serious pedigree. Contributions are from a certified pool of aficionados and will feature songs from Cold Chisel, Midnight Oil, Crowded House, Daddy Cool, INXS, AC/DC and Kylie Minogue, to Gotye, Silverchair, Sia, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Missy Higgins and Bernard Fanning.
'Max' reckons, rightly, Australian music’s history is rich with songs that have stood the test of time and achieved international success and influenced generations. This, they reckon, is the definitive list as surveyed some of the country’s greatest songwriters and MAX artists.
Which song will come in at number one? Find out on 'Max', Sunday January 26 from 10am EDT.
The full list of contributing artists for Top 100 Greatest Australian Songs of All Time
Andrew Duffield (Models)
Andrew Stockdale (Wolfmother)
Brian Canham (Pseudo Echo)
Chris Cheney (The Living End)
Darren Middleton (Powderfinger)
Dave Gleeson (The Screaming Jets)
Dave Hosking (Boy & Bear)
Don Walker (Cold Chisel)
Graeham Goble (Little River Band)
Greedy Smith (Mental As Anything)
Harry Vanda (The Easybeats)
Ian Kenny (Birds Of Tokyo)
Jae Laffer (The Panics)
James Reyne Jeremy Oxley (Sunnyboys)
John Brewster (The Angels)
Kav Temperley (Eskimo Joe)
Kevin Mitchell (Jebediah/Bob Evans)
Mark Evans (AC/DC)
Pat Davern (Grinspoon)
Richard Pleasance (Boom Crash Opera)
Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil)
Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus)
Steve Kilbey (The Church)
Suze DeMarchi (Baby Animals)
Wally De Backer (Gotye)