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3:49Triple J Hottest 100: Volume 24 [Limited Edition]ABC Music
Hilltop HoodsHilltop Hoods: Discography / Become a fan
MontaigneMontaigne: Discography / Become a fan
Tom ThumTom Thum: Discography / Become a fan
1955 (Hilltop Hoods feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum)
An Audience With The Devil
Brainbox (Hilltop Hoods feat. Drapht)
Chase That Feeling
Chris Farley
Circuit Breaker
City Of Light
Clark Griswold (Hilltop Hoods feat. Adrian Eagle)
Classic Example (Hilltop Hoods feat. Pharoahe Monch)
Clown Prince
Coming Down (Illy feat. Hilltop Hoods)
Conversations From A Speakeasy (Hilltop Hoods feat. Omni)
Cosby Sweater
Down For The Cause
Drinking From The Sun
Dumb Enough
Fifty In Five
Good For Nothing
Here Come The Girls
Higher (Hilltop Hoods feat. James Chatburn)
I Can't Take It
I Love It (Hilltop Hoods feat. Sia)
Illusionary Lines
I'm A Ghost
Last Confession
Laying Blame
Lights Out
Live And Let Go (Hilltop Hoods feat. Maverick Sabre & Brother Ali)
Living In Bunkers (Hilltop Hoods feat. Black Thought & Lotek)
Mic Felon
Monsters Ball
Now You're Gone
Obese Lowlifes (Hilltop Hoods feat. Mystro & Braintax)
Parade Of The Dead
Pyramid Building
Rattling The Keys To The Kingdom
Recapturing The Vibe
Recapturing The Vibe Restrung
Rent Week (Hilltop Hoods feat. Funkoars, Vents & Briggz)
Rumble, Young Man, Rumble (Hilltop Hoods feat. Dan Sultan)
She's So Ugly
Shredding The Balloon
So What'cha Want
Speaking In Tongues (Hilltop Hoods feat. Chali 2NA)
Still Standing
Stopping All Stations
Super Official
Testimonial Year
The Art Of The Handshake
The Blue Blooded (Hilltop Hoods feat. The Blue Blooded Allstars)
The Calling
The Captured Vibe (Hilltop Hoods feat. DJ Reflux)
The Certificate
The Hard Road
The Light You Burned (Hilltop Hoods feat. Trials)
The Nosebleed Section
The Return
The Sentinel
The Thirst Part 1
The Thirst Part 2
The Thirst Part 3
The Thirst, Pt. 4 (Hilltop Hoods feat. Aaradhna)
The Thirst, Pt. 5 (Hilltop Hoods feat. Aaradhna)
The Underground (Hilltop Hoods feat. Classified & Solo)
Through The Dark
Tomorrow Will Do
Walk On
Walking Under Stars
What A Great Night
Won't Let You Down (Hilltop Hoods feat. Maverick Sabre)
Working The Mic
Drinking From The Sun
Drinking From The Sun - Walking Under Stars - Restrung
State Of The Art
The Calling
The Hard Road
The Hard Road Restrung
Walking Under Stars
1955 (Hilltop Hoods feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum)
Because I Love You
Clip My Wings
In The Dark
Till It Kills Me
What You Mean To Me
Glorious Heights
1955 (Hilltop Hoods feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum)
Average points: 3.91 (Reviews: 11)
Something a bit different from them and it works nicely. A rather daring choice with Montaigne as vocalist but her chorus is pretty good. 3.75
An interesting song and Montaigne's chorus is quite good. A pleasant surprise.
Despite being in the industry for over 20 years, Hilltop Hoods continue to provide fresh material and high quality Australian hip-hop. This is no exception, and is a very pleasant track from them.
annehmbarer Aussie Hip Hop, aufgerundete 3.5…
I was reluctant to give this a listen at first, and I don't really know why. The music is just great, and it carries the whole thing.

It still feels odd that this has already had a #2 peak though. It doesn't feel like it has been that big, especially considering some of the other songs in the charts now which haven't had such a high peak.
Nicht schlecht.
A bit more enjoyable then what I'm used to from Hilltop Hoods so that's a positive. Quite fun.
Last edited: 06.11.2016 23:02
Awesome track. Montaigne's chorus is the highlight.
Hilltop Hoods have a fascinating career trajectory that is often reflected in their lyrics. Look back to 2003's "The Calling" when they were making a name for themselves but hadn't really broken through in any substantial way. "The Nosebleed Section" is all about being shit broke after all. They've only gone on to get bigger and bigger with each successive album, which is something to behold considering "The Hard Road" went to #1 anyway. By that point, the lyrics are still everyman relatable, but there's a drive for further success. Their next lead single after all was called "Chase That Feeling", and after that album was an even bigger success they had "Still Standing". So by the end of the 2000s, they're already cemented as among the biggest names in Australian music let alone hip-hop. And from there they lap it up with celebratory anthems ike "I Love It" and "Cosby Sweater", which in these territories were lapped up in a big way with triple and quadruple platinum sales.

And yet leave Australia and no one knows who the heck they are. Even with hip-hop firmly the music of the youth of today, there's just no room for Australians on the international scene. So it would seem that "1955" is ever so apt, given that it's about how they're stuck in an isolated hole that's behind the rest of the world who have no interest in it. They're from Adelaide after all, and we all know that's a hole. There's something charming to hear this semi-ironic celebration anthem.

It's also kind of interesting that what has become the Hoods' highest charting single is one where Pressure doesn't even have a verse. I wouldn't be surprised if it turned out Suffa handled a lot of the production as well. Perhaps the 2nd most important member of the Hilltop Hoods family is actually Suffa's wife. If you go way back, the beloved sample on "The Nosebleed Section" was discovered because Suffa heard it on a shopping trip that she forced him to go on, and now here, it was her suggestion to get Montaigne to sing the hook on this song. Given the timing, I'd like to think that it harks to when "Clip My Wings" was being a wonderful presence on the radio in 2015. 4.2
I honestly don't really like this song at all. Montaigne's voice is quite annoying in it as well.
▒ Ongelooflijk dat dit ø rap / zang plaatje in Australië uit februari 2016 zo'n grote hit is geweest ??? Maar goed, zo zie je maar ☺!!!
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