All the Wrong Places

Album: Live Life Living (2013)
Charted: 13

Songfacts®:

  • This is the first single by the British singer, songwriter and producer Example, off his fifth studio album. It was the first track Example released after leaving Ministry of Sound and signing to Epic Records, an imprint label of Sony Music Entertainment UK.
  • Example penned the song with the Hard Dance English producer Technikal, who has also created Electro and Psychedelic trance-tinged material. Technikal was voted second-best producer of the year at the 2006 Hard Dance Awards.
  • Remixes of "All The Wrong Places" come courtesy of Jack Beats, Calyx and TeeBee, Starkillers and Quintino.

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