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Drinking From The Sun.

The Hilltop Hoods are probably the only Hip-Hop/Rap group I really enjoy listening too. Not to say I dislike Eminem or Bliss an Eso and such but I'll take them or leave them mostly.
Although only having heard a few songs from their previous albums, I decided to listen to Drinking From The Sun in full.

Here is what I thought of the album song by song:

The Thirst, Pt. 1: Opens up the album with some classical styled applause and lyrical content about the time spent since their last album.

Drinking From The Sun: Starts with a violin sounding instrument and explodes. Definitely a favourite. Great flow as always. 9.5/10

I Love It (feat. sia): First single and it's probably the most catchy/poppish on the album. I've probably heard it too much and am a little sick of it though. 8/10

Lights Out: Pleasant sounding piano at the start. Breaks into a familar sounding flow. 8.75/10

Living In Bunkers (feat. Lotek and Black Thought): Fast paced, cool sounding beat. 8.75/10

Speaking In Tongues (feat. Chali 2na): Sounds similar to something from State Of The Art kind of. 8.5/10

Now You're Gone: Lyrics are probably the highlight here for me. 8.25/10

Good For Nothing: Really wonderful sounding guitar I think. Definitely my favourite instrumental wise. 9.5/10

Rattling The Keys: Probably the purest rap song. It's pretty insane. Lyrics are good here too. 9.5/10

The Thrist, Pt. 2: Lyrically revolves around the sun and how it connects with them. Similar sound to Pt. 1.

The Underground (feat. Classified, Solo): Reminds of the older hilltop hoods style. Pretty cool. 9/10

Shredding The Balloon: Pretty fast flow in parts. Minimal beat. 9.25/10

The Thirst, Pt 3: Similar sound to the other parts. Lists the name of the artists under Goldern Era. Ends by a man talking about making enough songs for 2 albums.

Really consistent album. Lovely mixture of beats and samples, amazing flow as always and solid lyrical content create a truly enjoyable listen.
I can't say this is their best allbum since I haven't heard their previous in full but I can say it would be hard to create a better one.

P.S. I'm no expert on Hip-Hop/Rap terms by the way so sorry about the incorrect language use.

Hilltop Hoods

Looks heaps mad


Hilltop > all


Formed: 1993 in Adelaide, Australia

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the biggest hip-hop successes from Australia, Hilltop Hoods formed in Adelaide in 1993. MCs Suffa and Pressure met as classmates at Blackwood High School, recruiting DJ Next through a mutual friend. While inspired by American conscious rap icons like Public Enemy and KRS-One, Hilltop Hoods took their name from the Hilltop, the nickname given the suburb where Suffa and Pressure were raised. Their debut EP, Back Once Again, appeared in 1997, and two years later the trio issued their first full-length...
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