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Genre > Rock > Alt & Grunge
Top Of The WorldSlightly Stoopid’s Top of the World continues the onward and upward trend within the band members’ musicianship, while bringing the purity and energy of their live shows into the studio for recording sessions. Top of the World is most comparatively aligned with Slightly Stoopid’s 2005 studio release of Closer to the Sun, except now the addition and solidification of both trumpet and saxophone are more profound. This is certainly not a step backwards, if anything, Slightly Stoopid enhanced their sound ten fold from their most successful album of all time.
Top of the World contains everything a music enthusiast will adore long after the first spin of the album. Whether the listener adores the hip-hop beats of the album’s title track, the uplifting horns on “Don’t Stop”, the pure roots-reggae style of “Work”, or the soulful cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire,” Top of the World has all the necessary qualities of an instant classic.
To take the album to another level, Slightly Stoopid invited a whole host of musical studs in their own right with Barrington Levy on “Ur Love”, “Ska Diddy” featuring Angelo Moore of Fishbone, “Just Thinkin” featuring Chali 2na, “Mona June” featuring Angela Hunte, “Hiphoppablues” with G. Love, and the legendary Jamaican singer and songwriter Don Carlos on “Marijuana”.
The band name Slightly Stoopid doesn’t initially give off the sense of soothing melodies, full-brained lyricism and heartfelt tracks from beginning to end, but that is exactly what Top of the World portrays to the listener. Slightly Stoopid’s seventh studio album is the band’s most complete and all encompassing sound ever tracked, and they recorded it organically in their own studio on their own time.
If you are looking for a 21-track album that will keep the sense of feel good summer vibes alive long into the fall and winter seasons, then Top of the World is the ideal remedy to bring the sound of Ocean Beach, California right to your side. -- Reviewed By: Kris Siuta1. Top Of The World
2. Don't Stop
3. Devils Door
4. Serious Man
5. Way You Move
6. Drink Professionally
7. Ur Love (feat. Barrington Levy)
8. We Don't Wanna Go
9. Ska Diddy (feat. Angelo Moore)
10. Just Thinking (feat. Chali 2na)
11. Deal With Rhythm
12. Pon Da Horizon
14. Mona June (feat. Angela)
15. Rhythm Streets
16. Hiphoppablues (feat. G Love)
17. New Day
18. Underneath The Pressure
19. Marijuana (feat. Don Carlos)
20. I'm On Fire
21. Intro To Organics (feat. Don Papaila)
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Alternative rock first emerged in Britain in the late 70s and early 80s, but it didn’t really hit its stride until the 90s with the arrival of bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and
Alternative rock first emerged in Britain in the late 70s and early 80s, but it didn’t really hit its stride until the 90s with the arrival of bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jane’s Addiction. That was also right around the time that Nirvana and Pearl Jam fueled the grunge rock explosion.
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