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F*** Me I'm Famous!: Ibiza Mix 2011

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    After working with superstars such as Rihanna, Madonna, and the Black Eyed Peas, French DJ David Guetta attempts to prove he hasn't forgotten his underground club roots, with F*** Me I'm Famous! 2011, the seventh installment of the series named after his legendary Pacha club night in Ibiza. Never one to miss an opportunity to grab the limelight, Guetta appears on five of its 18 tracks, his biggest contribution since the compilation began in 2003, with recent Top Ten collaborations with Flo Rida ("Where Them Girls At") and Snoop Dogg (the Afrojack Dub Mix of Felix-sampling "Sweat") sitting alongside the Swedish House Mafia-esque Instrumental Mix of "Little Bad Girl" and two joint efforts with Afrojack, "Pandemonium," which appears to borrow the guitar hook from Justin Timberlake's "Lovestoned/I Think She Knows," and the video game synth-led "Bass Line," all suggesting that his upcoming fifth studio album, Nothing But the Beat, is unlikely to change his ubiquitous winning formula. Elsewhere, Guetta acknowledges the influence of the burgeoning Dutch house scene, with tracks from Chuckie (the minimal electro of "Bounce") and Autoerotique (the twitchy techno of "Turn Up the Volume"), throws in a few epic dance anthems such as iiO's Nadia Ali's reworking of her own 2001 hit, "Rapture" (featured here in Aviici's New Generation Extended Mix) and Benny Benassi and Chris Brown's recent floor-filler, "Beautiful People," and predicts the club bangers of the future with underground cuts from Arno Cost ("Lise"), Sean Miller & Daniel Dubb ("Sinnerman") and Tim Mason ("The Moment"). F*** Me I'm Famous! 2011's reliance on minimal vocal-free electro means it's less euphoric and star-studded than its previous installments, but might just go some way to wooing back the hardcore clubbers he lost with his recent chart-friendly output. ~ Jon O'Brien

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