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List of Top 25 singles for 2004 in Australia

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Subject: List of number-one singles of 2004 (Australia), List of number-one club tracks of 2010 (Australia), List of number-one club tracks of 2011 (Australia), List of number-one club tracks of 2009 (Australia), AIR Charts
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List of Top 25 singles for 2004 in Australia

These are the Top 25 singles of 2004 in Australia from the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) End of Year singles chart. "What About Me" by Shannon Noll was the biggest song of the year, peaking at #1 for four weeks and staying in the top 50 for 14 weeks. The longest stay at #1 was by Maroon 5 with She Will Be Loved, and it stayed at number one for 5 weeks.

Top 25

# Title Artist Highest pos. reached[1] weeks at No. 1 [1]
1. "What About Me" Shannon Noll 1 4
2. "Left Outside Alone" Anastacia 1 1
3. "Black Betty" Spiderbait 1 3
4. "Milkshake" Kelis 2
5. "I Don't Want You Back" Eamon 1 4
6. "Superstar" Jamelia 1 1
7. "My Immortal" Evanescence 4
8. "These Kids" Joel Turner 1 1
9. "Shut Up" The Black Eyed Peas 1 3
10. "Suga Suga" Baby Bash 3
11. "My Band" D12 1 2
12. "Behind Blue Eyes" Limp Bizkit 4
13. "She Will Be Loved" Maroon 5 1 5
14. "With You" Jessica Simpson 4
15. "Hey Ya" Outkast 1 2
16. "I Don't Wanna Know" Mario Winans 2
17. "Angel Eyes" Paulini 1 3
18. "Here Without You" 3 Doors Down 2
19. "Four to the Floor" Starsailor 5
20. "Out of the Blue" Delta Goodrem 1 3
21. "So Beautiful" Pete Murray 9
22. "Scar" Missy Higgins 1 1
23. "Leave (Get Out)" JoJo 2
24. "Broken" Seether feat. Amy Lee 4
25. "Listen With Your Heart" Casey Donovan 1 2

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References

  1. ^ a b "ARIA Singles Charts". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
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