27 Songs, 1 Hour 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Years before David Guetta helped steer dance pop’s mainstream crossover, the trendsetting French DJ/producer cut his teeth in Europe’s underground club circuit. This album honors both sides of his story: There’s a spread of glossy pop collaborations featuring A-list voices from around the world (Sia, J Balvin, Stefflon Don, and Justin Bieber, among others), followed by gritty club cuts from his house music alias, Jack Back. In an interview with Jax Jones on Beats 1 about “Drive (feat. Delilah Montagu),” his collaboration with South African producer Black Coffee, Guetta described the tough, enlightening, and often magical process of bringing musicians from different scenes and cultures together to create. “We had friendly fights–but we did have fights,” he said, describing Black Coffee’s more minimal production style. “I’m like, ‘What do you mean it’s too big?’ There’s nothing that can be too big!’ He was Mr. Minus and I was Mr. Plus.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Years before David Guetta helped steer dance pop’s mainstream crossover, the trendsetting French DJ/producer cut his teeth in Europe’s underground club circuit. This album honors both sides of his story: There’s a spread of glossy pop collaborations featuring A-list voices from around the world (Sia, J Balvin, Stefflon Don, and Justin Bieber, among others), followed by gritty club cuts from his house music alias, Jack Back. In an interview with Jax Jones on Beats 1 about “Drive (feat. Delilah Montagu),” his collaboration with South African producer Black Coffee, Guetta described the tough, enlightening, and often magical process of bringing musicians from different scenes and cultures together to create. “We had friendly fights–but we did have fights,” he said, describing Black Coffee’s more minimal production style. “I’m like, ‘What do you mean it’s too big?’ There’s nothing that can be too big!’ He was Mr. Minus and I was Mr. Plus.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
97 Ratings
97 Ratings
Dj Chile ,

Don't listen to idiot one star reviews

This is a great album, Guetta growing as a producer.. expanding his creativity and talent behind the mixing board. Any one who doesn't understand the process of evolution won't understand the greatness behind this. 32 songs for that great price! 32 great music ideas put together for our enjoying.. can't beat that.

WorldQuestioner ,

Bad compared with David Guetta's older work.

Don't buy this album! Buy David Guetta's older works.
Too much downtempo. Cheap trash music. Not really EDM. Very analog sound.
Electronic dance music was great back in 2013, but now we have a bunch of cheap trash music like hip hop and R&B on FM radio today.
It's all about money, and it shouldn't be.
Don't promote music just because it's popular. Popular doesn't mean good. Promote unpopular quality music to make it popular. Unpopular doesn't mean bad.
There's much more to making and selling music than just money! It doesn't (at least it shouldn't) matter that your music sells well and you make money. It really should matter that people like your music and that your music is good quality.
Get Porter Robinson, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, or Martin Garrix instead. Or get some music on independent record labels.

crystalvisions9 ,

Boring

No one really listens to this stuff now, because it’s just outdated. This isn’t whats dominating the charts these days.

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