Growing MC Success & An Essential Music Album


Song Upfront

Example- Last Ones Standing
Pop, Dance, Rap

The fourth single from Example’s debut album ‘Won’t Go Quietly’ is another pop song by the name of ‘Last Ones Standing’. Hoping to continue the astounding success of his three previous top 20 hits, this single will no doubt make a noticeable impression in the charts with the video already amassing a total of over 60,000 views on YouTube. The video director has decided not to go down the expected route of a night out drinking in town, but has chosen an imaginative 70’s cop show theme where Example sports large sideburns and wears comical police outfits. Standing out on the music channels, the video entails an eventful police chase where Example jumps and flips amusingly across walls, pursuing to catch a gang of criminals who are selling pirated copies of his album. Born from the producing assistance of Indie-rock Swedish act Peter, Bjorn And John, multiple clashing sounds and a pumping beat open up this song about enjoying ‘a night out with your mates and getting really messy’. Example’s narrative lyrics portray a couple acting out devious Bonnie and Clyde inspired behaviour whilst ‘out to paint the town red’. With the commercial appeal to be played on a variety of radio stations and this humorous accompanying video to boot, you are sure to hear this song many times as we countdown to its release date. ‘Last Ones Standing’ is due for release through Ministry of Sound recordings 12th September, whilst Example’s debut album ‘Won’t Go Quietly’ is out now.

Catch Example performing live this weekend at V Festival! He will be showcasing ‘Last Ones Standing’ and other hits live at The Arena of Weston Park Saturday afternoon and Hylands Park on Sunday.

You can watch an interview of Example explaining the concept of ‘Last Ones Standing’ here.

Album Upfront

Ministry of Sound- The Annual 15
www.myspace.com/ministryofsound
Dance

Out NOW to buy and download is Ministry of Sound’s biggest album to date ‘The Annual 15’. Consisting of a prodigious 60 huge club tracks, this three disc album celebrates 15 mighty years of the classic series ‘The Annual’. The history of music on this album will take you back to the parties, clubs and raves where you originally heard it energising the dance floors. Relive the exciting trance anthems that turned the century with tracks such as Alice Deejay’s ‘Better Off Alone’ and ATB’s ‘9pm (Till I Come)’, followed by the big pop records ‘Don’t Call Me Baby’ by Madison Avenue and Mousse T.’s infamous ‘Horny’, then brought right up to date with Example’s number 3 smash ‘Kickstarts’ and Alex Gaudino’s future hit ‘I’m In Love’. Covering the finest tunes between the years 1995-2010, this is a dance album containing the very best from the past, present and future. Other hits on the album come from dance legends Armand Van Helden, Prodigy, Basement Jaxx and many, many more. Included with the album is an insightful booklet that helps explain the journey this magnificent series has gone through. With several outstanding number ones and tracks spanning the genres of trance, garage, house and pop, this really is the most essential dance album any nostalgic music fan will ever need to own. Priced at an exclusive cost of just £10.75 on the Ministry of Sound website this is an offer you can’t afford to dismiss. Watch a video showcasing a mega mix of all the tracks on the album below that is guaranteed to titillate the senses and convince you of its purchase:

To celebrate the release of ‘The Annual 15’, Ministry of Sound are giving you the great opportunity to win a brand new Apple iPad preloaded with the entire collection of ‘The Annual’ series.
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