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Example - Live Life Living (Deluxe) (2014)

4-07-2014, 13:59
Pop | Hip-Hop | Electronic | Dance | FLAC / APE

Example - Live Life Living (Deluxe) (2014)

Artist: Example
Title Of Album: Live Life Living
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Epic
Genre: Elerctronic, Dance, Pop, Hip-Hop
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 101:13 min
Total Size: 232 / 750 MB


Disc 1
1. Next Year (05:06)
2. Kids Again (Radio Edit) (03:12)
3. One More Day (Stay with Me) (03:27)
4. 10 Million People (04:22)
5. Only Human (03:42)
6. Seen You (03:45)
7. Can't Face the World Alone (03:44)
8. Live Life Living (03:13)
9. All the Wrong Places (Radio Edit) (03:27)
10. Take Me as I Am (03:12)
11. At Night (05:13)
12. Longest Goodbye (04:44)

Disc 2
13. New Friends (03:28)
14. Full Eclipse (03:55)
15. One Last Breath (03:14)
16. Innocent Minds (03:43)
17. All the Wrong Places (Quintino Remix) (05:24)
18. All the Wrong Places (Calyx & TeeBee Remix) (04:58)
19. All the Wrong Places (Jack Beats Remix) (05:32)
20. All the Wrong Places (Starkillers Remix) (05:09)
21. Kids Again (MOTi Remix) (04:37)
22. Kids Again (Dimension Remix) (04:08)
23. Kids Again (Zed Bias Remix) (04:46)
24. Kids Again (Critikal Miami Sunrise Remix) (05:12)

Encouraged by the success of his 2011 album, Playing in the Shadows, singer/rapper Example plumped for an experimental, guitar-accented follow-up in 2012, only to find that fans emphatically preferred the beery rave-hop that had made him famous. Live Life Living returns to that infernally catchy template, albeit with a touch of sobriety. Instead of hedonistic celebration, opening track Next Year gloomily notes – as Chemical Brothersy synths rake the air – that it's just a brief respite from the nine-to-five. Likewise, one of the big bangers, Kids Again, explodes into an EDM climax just as Example reflects that happiness as a 32-year-old isn't a patch on the uncomplicated joy he knew as a teenager. And the three songs dedicated to his wife – of which One More Day is the most propulsive – are whopping house tracks with troubled hearts: his marital bliss is tempered with sung-rapped memories of the loneliness of life before her. Not quite your average mega-bantz lad-rapper, then – file him somewhere between raging-bull Plan B and a more thoughtful Professor Green.

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