'The Prayer' remains the highest selling Australian single of all time! Features on Anthony's self-titled album.
Number one from Jan 17, 2005 to Jan 23, 2005 | Jan 3, 2005 to Jan 9, 2005 | Dec 27, 2004 to Jan 2, 2005 | Dec 20, 2004 to Dec 26, 2004 | Jan 10, 2005 to Jan 16, 2005
Supposedly written about Delta's ex-boyfriend, tennis player Mark Philippoussis! 'Out of the Blue' was the first single from Delta's album 'Mistaken Identity'.
Number one from Oct 18, 2004 to Nov 7, 2004
Originally recorded by UK boyband A1! The song featured on the album 'That's What I'm Talking About'.
Number one from Jul 12, 2004 to Jul 18, 2004
Apparenlty written about Anastacia's father, this track appeared on the album 'Anastacia'.
Number one from May 10, 2004 to May 16, 2004
The Oz Idol winner's debut single went straight to number one! From Casey's album 'For You'.
Number one from Dec 6, 2004 to Dec 19, 2004
The song was first disqualified from #1 spot after ARIA found out that a Sydney DJ had purchased 100 copies in one transaction. 99 were subracted off her total sales, dropping her to the #2 position, only to become officially number 1 the following week!
Number one from Aug 2, 2004 to Aug 8, 2004 | Jul 19, 2004 to Aug 1, 2004
Was supposed to be the first single from the 'Elephunk' album, but was replaced with 'Where is the Love?'.
Number one from Dec 29, 2003 to Jan 18, 2004
From the album 'Encore', 'Just Lose It' makes several references to other artists and songs, including Michael Jackson's 'Billie Jean', Madonna and Paris Hilton!
Number one from Nov 8, 2004 to Nov 14, 2004
From the album 'Love. Angel. Music. Baby', this was Gwen's first solo single after her band 'No Doubt' took a break.
Number one from Nov 15, 2004 to Nov 28, 2004
From Spiderbait's album 'Tonight Alright', this track is an old African American work song and was originally recorded in 1933!
Number one from May 31, 2004 to Jun 6, 2004 | May 24, 2004 to May 30, 2004 | Jun 7, 2004 to Jun 13, 2004
From the album 'D12 World'. During the performance of this song at the MTV VMA awards, Eminem, who features in the song, mooned the audience. MTV cut out the footage to avoid complaints!
Number one from May 17, 2004 to May 23, 2004 | May 3, 2004 to May 9, 2004
The single won 'Best Pop Release' at 2004 ARIAs and features on the album 'The Sound Of White'.
Number one from Aug 9, 2004 to Aug 15, 2004
A huge hit worldwide! From the album 'Thank You'.
Number one from Mar 8, 2004 to Mar 14, 2004
Voted the second favourite song in the world in a global survey conducted by Sony Ericsson, succeeded only by Queen's 'We are the Champions'! Featured on the album 'In The Zone'.
Number one from Mar 15, 2004 to Mar 28, 2004
Hollywood actress Kelly Preston stars in the video clip for this track! It's from the alum 'Songs About Jane'.
Number one from Oct 11, 2004 to Oct 17, 2004 | Sep 13, 2004 to Oct 3, 2004 | Sep 6, 2004 to Sep 12, 2004
After appearing on Australian Idol, Joel was signed and managed by Idol judge Mark Holden! 'These Kids' is from the self-titled album 'Joel Turner And The Modern Day Poets'.
Number one from Nov 29, 2004 to Dec 5, 2004
This single is a cover of the Cold Chisel song, and is from the album 'Cosima'.
Number one from Aug 16, 2004 to Aug 29, 2004
Produced by Crunk artist Lil' Jon. Features on the album 'Confessions'.
Number one from Mar 29, 2004 to Apr 4, 2004
'Hey Ya!' debuted at 17, but climbed it's way to the top to go double platinum in Australia! Appears on the album 'Speakerboxxx/The Love Below'.
Number one from Jan 19, 2004 to Feb 1, 2004
From the album 'Suit', the song was also a number 1 in the UK!
Number one from Aug 30, 2004 to Sep 5, 2004
Holds the Guinness world record for the most expletives in a number 1 song! Taken from the album 'I Don't Want You Back'.
Number one from Apr 19, 2004 to May 2, 2004 | Apr 5, 2004 to Apr 18, 2004
The single featured a controversial video clip of Britney supposedly committing suicide in a bathtub. The track features on the album 'In The Zone'.
Number one from Jun 28, 2004 to Jul 4, 2004
Achieved platinum sales in 2004, and featured on the album 'Beautiful Life'.
Number one from Oct 11, 2004 to Oct 17, 2004
'What About Me' is a cover of the original Moving Pictures hit, and put Shannon on the map during his time in Australian Idol. It became the highest selling single of 2004! Appears on Shannon's self titled album 'That's What I'm Talking About'.
Number one from Feb 16, 2004 to Feb 22, 2004 | Feb 2, 2004 to Feb 15, 2004 | Feb 23, 2004 to Feb 29, 2004
Number one from Jul 5, 2004 to Jul 11, 2004 | Jun 14, 2004 to Jun 27, 2004
Number one from Mar 1, 2004 to Mar 7, 2004