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Calvin Harris is always ready for the weekend. Not only a purveyor of massive beats (and equally massive dance club hits), Harris spreads the love, producing and writing for other artists like Kylie Minogue and Dizzee Rascal. With this, his sophomore studio album, scooting to the top of the U.K. album charts and sending at least four singles to the U.K. charts as well (the standouts being the giddy title track and the monstrous “I’m Not Alone”), Ready for the Weekend is well poised to buy the artist another summer home in ... well, wherever he wants. What about the rest of the album, you ask? If glossy, synth-driven dance music is your thing, you won’t be at a loss here: check another single-worthy, rubber-sole track, “Stars Come Out,” or try on the funk-heavy “Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La” and “The Rain,” or the loopy and offbeat “Blue.”  A soulful rap tint on “Worst Day” (with Izza Kizza) and some chill downtime on instrumentals “Burns Night” and “5iliconeator” show Harris’ strengths as an album producer and sound architect; he’s clearly more than a dancefloor hitmaker.

Customer Reviews

I can't believe this is available in the U.S.!

I'm so happy this is available on the week it's released in the UK. Calvin Harris is class, that's all I can say. Definitely get this album. Tons of well crafted, catchy electronic to trancy tunes.

Simply amazing.

Harris defies conventional dance floor music and the results are an amazing album. I spun this at the Gallery Bar in NYC tonight and kept the dance floor on fire. 5/5 no doubt. I can see him becoming as good as Benny Benassi or Guetta in a few years time. What I love is that he keeps his own style. Plenty of fakes out on Ultra records, but he is not one of them. I am honored to have the first review of such an album.


A great long awaited second album. Not a big fan of Ready for the Weekend but the other tracks are definitely awesome. I give it a 4/5, but what the Hell, lets give it a 5.


Genre: Dance

Dance producer Calvin Harris went from posting his music online to producing material for Rihanna and selling millions under his own name within a few years. A talented remixer and DJ as well, he has won Grammys and MTV VMA awards, broke Michael Jackson's record for the most U.K. Top Ten singles from one album, and was named Forbes' highest-earning DJ in 2013. Born on January 17, 1984 in the southern Scotland city of Dumfries, Harris was first attracted to electronic music in his teens and was recording...
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Ready for the Weekend (Bonus Track Version), Calvin Harris
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Electronic, Rock
  • Released: Aug 18, 2009

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