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    A Matter of Time

    • Year Released: 1999
    A Matter of Time is the debut album by Australian hip hop group Hilltop Hoods, released in 1999. The promotion, manufacturing and marketing of the album was funded by a grant from the band's local government and resulted in the band once it became successful setting up its own grant scheme for South Australian hip hop musicians. The album is currently out of press, but is available as a free download from the Hilltop Hoods official site. The quote used in the song, "A Matter of Time", is taken from the 1994 movie The Shawshank Redemption, where Morgan Freeman's character, Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding, says to Tim Robbins's character, Andrew "Andy" Dufresne, "That's all it takes, just pressure and time". Songwriting credits from Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA).
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    Back Once Again

    • Year Released: 1997
    Back Once Again, released in 1997, is the first EP by Australian hip hop group, the Hilltop Hoods. This EP is no longer in press although some copies do come up on eBay occasionally. The album is currently available for free download on the group's official website.
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    Drinking from the Sun

    • Year Released: 2012
    Drinking from the Sun is the sixth studio album by Australian hip hop group the Hilltop Hoods. The album was released on 9 March 2012. The album's first single, "I Love It", was released on 25 November 2011, and features vocals from fellow South Australian and Adelaide born singer-songwriter Sia Furler. The album debuted at number one on the Australian Albums Chart reaching gold status on its first day, making it Hilltop Hood's third consecutive chart-topping album. The album is certified as platinum status in Australia. Not many details have been released about the album. Suffa, in an interview with Tom & Alex of Triple j, briefly talked about the album, saying: The album's first single "I Love It", which features fellow South Australian Sia, was released on 25 November 2011. On 24 January 2012, the band leaked the song "Rattling the Keys to the Kingdom" from the album. On 6 February 2012, the track listing was confirmed on the band's Tumblr page. On April 17 the group released the second single Speaking in Tongues, along with its music video, which features animated graffiti effects. The album is features the three-part "The Thirst" as the opening, tenth and final tracks, all
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    I Love It

    • Year Released: 2011
    I Love It is a 2011 single by Hilltop Hoods and Sia Furler.
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    Left Foot, Right Foot

    • Year Released: 2001
    Left Foot, Right Foot is the third album by Australian hip hop group Hilltop Hoods. It was released in 2001 and can be downloaded free on their website from here. There is an additional track that is hidden and is playable if the album is rewound while playing Track 1.
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    State of the Art

    • Year Released: 2009
    State of the Art is the fifth studio album released by Australian hip hop trio, Hilltop Hoods, on 12 June 2009. It is the first release by their newly founded record label, Golden Era Records. State of the Art was released on 12 June 2009. It is the first release to be made by the group since their ARIA Award winning album, The Hard Road, in 2006, and its remix album, The Hard Road: Restrung, which was released in 2007. The first track on the album, 'The Return' is about how long it had been since they last released an album. The first single, "Chase that Feeling", was released on 5 May 2009. The album debuted at number one on the Australian ARIA Charts and was certified Gold within a week of being released. The album has since gone Platinum and spent two weeks at number one. On 12 August 2010, the album officially reached 'Double Platinum' status. Hilltop Hoods have also been nominated for various ARIA Awards for the album, including 'Single of the Year' ("Chase That Feeling"), 'Best Urban Release', 'Engineer of the Year' (DJ Debris) and 'Producer of the Year' (Suffa). The album was certified double-platinum (sales over 140,000 copies) in Australia in August 2010. All songs
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    The Calling

    • Year Released: 2003
    The Calling is an album by Australian hip-hop group Hilltop Hoods, released on 22 September 2003 through Obese Records. The Calling was the first Australian Hip Hop album to reach gold album status, based on high sales. On the 26 July 2006, Obese Records announced that the album had become the first Australian Hip Hop release to achieve platinum album status. The album peaked at #53 on the Australian Albums Chart. In March 2012, upon the release of Hilltop Hood's latest album Drinking From the Sun, it re-entered the chart at #50. Two songs on the album charted in the 2003 Triple J Hottest 100 chart, "The Nosebleed Section" - #9 and "Dumb Enough" - #44. Both were released as singles in 2004, after the initial single "Testimonial Year" did not fare as well as had been hoped. The success of the album marked a turning point in the Australian Hip Hop scene because it demonstrated widespread support for the genre that reached beyond an underground fan base. The Calling Live DVD is available on the Hoods website and includes: Live footage, Film clips, Remixes, Interviews, Outtakes and Photo Gallery.
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    The Hard Road

    • Year Released: 2006
    The Hard Road is a 2006 release by Australian hip hop group, the Hilltop Hoods from Adelaide, South Australia. It was released on 1 April (April Fools' Day) 2006 by Obese Records. It debuted at #1 on the Australia ARIA Albums Chart, unprecedented for an independent label release and for an Australian hip hop group. This earned The Hard Road the ARIA #1 chart position. The album contains the top 20 single, "Clown Prince". The album achieved Gold status (35,000 units) on 8 April 2006, a week after release and has now surpassed Platinum status (70,000 units). The album won the Triple J J Award in 2006. The award was announced on 1 December. Five songs from the album placed on the annual Triple J Hottest 100 chart announced on 26 January 2007. Songs "Recapturing The Vibe", "Stopping All Stations", "What a Great Night", "Clown Prince" and "The Hard Road" placed #77, #56, #41, #23, and #3 respectively. "An Audience with the Devil" samples the spoken parts (the interview between Suffa and the Devil) from the Millennium episode "Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me". Due to the MCs Suffa and Pressure performing different verses and choruses of varying songs, the sections done by DJ Debris and the
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    The Hard Road: Restrung

    • Year Released: 2007
    The Hard Road: Restrung is a remix of Hilltop Hoods' previous album The Hard Road, featuring the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and American freestyle rapper Okwerdz. The album was released on 12 May 2007 in Australia, with a launch show and one off performance with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at the Entertainment Centre on the release date. International guests Okwerdz and Mystro performed as a surprise for fans; they were not advertised on the bill. The performance was recorded, and will be feature on a DVD along with footage from recent Hilltop Hoods performances. The album debuted at #8 on the ARIA Album Charts and was certified gold. The Hard Road: Restrung won the award for Best Urban Album at the 2007 ARIA Awards. The Hard Road: Restrung was brought about in part by the Hilltop Hoods' performance with the string section of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra during the 2006 ARIA Awards, where they performed "The Hard Road". Two tracks were not included from the original album The Hard Road: "Blue Blooded" and "Circuit Breaker". This was down to the very nature of hip hop: "you are speeding things up or slowing them down when you sample them and that changes pitch. We had to
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