Chase That Feeling
|"Chase that Feeling"|
|Single by Hilltop Hoods|
|from the album State of the Art|
|Released||8 May 2009|
|Recorded||X Bred Production Studios, Adelaide, South Australia|
|Genre||Australian hip hop|
|Label||Golden Era Records|
|Songwriter(s)||Matthew Lambert (Suffa), Daniel Smith (Pressure), Barry Francis (DJ Debris), Dale Ossman, John G. Williams and William C. Brown III|
|Hilltop Hoods singles chronology|
"Chase that Feeling" is the first single released by Hilltop Hoods from their 2009 album, State of the Art. It was released for download on 8 May 2009 and as a CD single on 22 May 2009. The song features a return guest appearance by a quartet of members from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. The music video had its worldwide premiere on the YouTube homepage on Friday 1 May 2009. It samples "Pass the Word (Love Is the Word)" by the doo wop group The Mad Lads.
|Chase that Feeling|
|1.||"Chase that Feeling" (Radio Edit)||3:28|
|2.||"Chase that Feeling"||3:28|
|3.||"Chase that Feeling" (Instrumental)||3:28|
|4.||"Chase that Feeling" (Remix)||3:27|
|5.||"Chase that Feeling" (Remix Instrumental)||3:29|
- Artwork (Graphic Design) - Benjamin Funnell
- Artwork (Illustration) - John Engelhardt
- Mastered - Neville Clark
|Australia||8 May 2009||Golden Era||Digital Distribution|
|22 May 2009||CD||GERCDS001|
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart||8|
|End of year chart (2009)||Position|
|Australian Singles Chart||42|
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- "Top 50 Singles Chart". Australian Recording Industry Association. Archived from the original on 11 May 2012.
- "ARIA Charts - End Of Year Charts - Top 100 Singles 2009". ARIA. Archived from the original on 30 January 2012. Retrieved 7 November 2010.
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