The Hangover (Funkoars album)

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The Hangover
Studio album by Funkoars
Released 29 November 2008
Genre Hip hop
Length 53:50
Label Peepshow Entertainment
Adam Baker (Sesta)
Daniel Rankine (Trials)
Funkoars chronology
The Greatest Hits
The Hangover
The Quickening
Singles from The Hangover
  1. "Black Sally"
    Released: 20 September 2008

The Hangover is the third album from South Australian hip hop artists, Funkoars. The album was released on 29 November 2008 on the group's own label, Peepshow Entertainment.[1][2] The album debuted at #8 on the ARIA Top 40 Urban Albums Chart.[3]

The first single from the album, "Black Sally", extensively samples New Zealand psych-rock band, Human Instinct's single of the same name, with the video clip featuring Human Instinct's vocalist/drummer, Maurice Greer.


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Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Daniel Yates, Daniel Rankine, Matt Honson and Adam Baker, except where noted.[4]

  1. "More of the Raw" - 3:23
  2. "The Hangover" - 3:47
  3. "Black Sally" (featuring Maurice Greer) (D. Yates, M. Honson, D. Rankine, A. Baker and James Aforozis) - 4:17
  4. "Show Money" - 3:48
  5. "Bootleg It" (featuring DJ Adfu) (D. Yates, M. Honson, D. Rankine, A. Baker and Fuad) - 4:19
  6. "The Phallic Menace" - 3:17
  7. "What’s your Malfunction" - 4:21
  8. "Double Dutch" (featuring Hilltop Hoods and Vents) (D. Yates, M. Honson, D. Rankine, A. Baker, D. Smith and M. Lambert) - 4:28
  9. "Reign on the Masses" - 3:41
  10. "This is How" (featuring Masta Ace) - 3:35
  11. "Let you Go" - 3:23
  12. "Never Coming Back" (D. Yates, D. Rankine and A. Baker) - 4:08
  13. "Do it Together" (D. Yates, M. Honson, D. Rankine, A. Baker and M. Lambert) - 3:24
  14. "Lock me Up" - 3:59