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Editors’ Notes

Having colonized the club scene with singles like "Love Don't Let Me Go" and "Just for One Day" (a remix of David Bowie's "Heroes"), David Guetta continued his roll in 2004 with his sophomore album, Guetta Blaster. While it's anchored by Guetta's neon production style and plenty of monster hooks, Blaster explores new sonic turf, from the distorted guitars of "Money" and "Get Up" to the decidedly '80s synths of "Time" to the industrial stomp of "Open Your Eyes," featuring guest vocals from Stereo MCs. Peak-hour bangers don't get much more fun than "Last Train," with Jamaican vocalist Miss Thing begging, "Can I pleeassse get on the last train."

Customer Reviews

In Love With Myself

I love the synths, vocals and melody of this track. This is the best song on the album in my opinion. Uhm, Dave Gahan or Martin Gore anyone? I could totally see Depeche Mode doing this track!

David on DDR

Love Don't Let Me Go is on DDR, a great song!!

Something New & Refreshing

I had hardly heard of David Guetta hitherto stumbling across this album on here, but it was a welcome find. This isn't a landmark album but it is a hell of a lot better than most of what you'll find available. "In Love With Myself" hearkens back to past Depeche Mode work.

Biography

Born: November 7, 1967 in Paris, France

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

France's David Guetta belongs to the sparkling wave of DJs who combine Daft Punk's sleek house music with a pinch of electroclash's punch. Guetta had been DJ'ing around France playing popular tunes, but his brain was particularly rewired in 1987 when he heard a Farley Jackmaster Funk track on French radio. He taped the track, brought a copy to a gig, and promptly cleared the floor with it during one of his own sets. Things loosened up a year later when acid house came to France and Guetta successfully...
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