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Customer Reviews

Playing in the shadows

Great album, been waiting for ages and now it's finally here, well worth the wait!

Rip Off

Great first album, full of lots of songs with good melodies and beats, but this is awful. Not to mention 'skies don't lie' is a rip off of Robot Rock by Daft Punk.

SICK!

Knew this album would be the don from the start and didn't disappoint! Good to see example not selling out like others such a wiz, even if it is all about mac miller. Plastic Smile has to be one of the best on the album this such a rude album, buy it!

Biography

Born: 20 June 1982 in Hammersmith, London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

His initials being E.G., English MC/vocalist Elliot Gleave performed under the name Example. Gleave got his feet wet as an MC while attending Royal Holloway, where he met Joseph Gardner (aka Rusher) and recorded a concept album in the audio booth of the university's film department. "A Pointless Song," one of the tracks recorded there, became Example's first release, a 2004 single on his All the Chats label. A handful of successive 12" singles, as well as an answer song to Lily Allen's "Smile" —...
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Playing In the Shadows (Bonus Track Version), Example
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  • £4.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Pop
  • Released: 04 September 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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