14 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The EDM explosion and David Guetta's rise as the genre's crown prince were years off when the French DJ released his studio debut in 2003. Back then, Guetta's style was simply called house music, inspired by the sunny vibes and buoyant beats of the Ibiza club scene, of which Guetta was the de facto mayor. Fans of that classic sound will delight in the stirring disco grooves of "People Come People Go," the gospel-inflected vocals of "Love Don't Let Me Go," and the churning beats and positive message of the title track, all of which feature vocals from frequent collaborator Chris Willis. From the rolling bassline of "Give Me Something (Deep in My Heart)" to the surging tech-house of "133," Guetta's debut leaves no doubt that the producer was a star in the making.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The EDM explosion and David Guetta's rise as the genre's crown prince were years off when the French DJ released his studio debut in 2003. Back then, Guetta's style was simply called house music, inspired by the sunny vibes and buoyant beats of the Ibiza club scene, of which Guetta was the de facto mayor. Fans of that classic sound will delight in the stirring disco grooves of "People Come People Go," the gospel-inflected vocals of "Love Don't Let Me Go," and the churning beats and positive message of the title track, all of which feature vocals from frequent collaborator Chris Willis. From the rolling bassline of "Give Me Something (Deep in My Heart)" to the surging tech-house of "133," Guetta's debut leaves no doubt that the producer was a star in the making.

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