David Guetta ‎– Just A Little More Love

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72438 127072 1 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album) Virgin, Gum Prod 72438 127072 1 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
72438 124921 5 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(2xLP, Album) Gum Prod/Gum Records 72438 124921 5 France 2002 Sell This Version
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VJCP-68458 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album, Ltd) Warner Music Japan VJCP-68458 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
72438 124922 2 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album, Ltd) Virgin, Gum Prod 72438 124922 2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
ASW 96311, 7243 59631127 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album, Promo) Astralwerks, Gum Prod/Gum Records ASW 96311, 7243 59631127 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
VISA 6937 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Virgin, Gum Prod VISA 6937 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
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7243 5961372 7 David Guetta Just A Little More Love - Special Priced New Version(CD, Album) Virgin, Gum Prod 7243 5961372 7 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
none David Guetta Just A Little More Love(15xFile, AAC, Album, 251) Virgin none France 2003
ASW 96311-2 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album) Astralwerks ASW 96311-2 US 2004 Sell This Version
7243 5961372 7 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album) Astralwerks, EMI Music Group Australasia 7243 5961372 7 Australia 2004 Sell This Version
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TOCP-54278 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album, Ltd) Virgin TOCP-54278 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
none David Guetta Just A Little More Love(14xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Gum Prod none Unknown
72438 127072 1 David Guetta Just A Little More Love(CD, Album, RE) Parlophone, Gum Prod 72438 127072 1 France Unknown Sell This Version

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Ptpix1

Ptpix1

December 24, 2018
edited 3 months ago
referencing Just A Little More Love, CD, Album, 72438 127072 1
Ah good ole David Guetta. Regarded by many as one of the most boring artists and biggest clowns in the House/Electronic music genre. In my opinion, most of his stuff isn't terrible, it's just boring. His first album "Just A Little More Love" however, is kind of a different story.

Guetta's only other work prior to this were 2 singles released in the early 90's. However, this album was released in 2002. Along with Guetta's next two albums ("Guetta Blaster" & "Pop Life"), this album was co-produced by Joachim Garraud. It's not an amazing album, nor does it bring anything new to the table, but there are a couple of good songs on here.

The album begins with the title track, which is decent. It's pretty standard and nothing too special, but the vocals are quite nice. There is also an alternate version of this called the "Elektro Edit" with a different instrumental that's way better than the original. It fits the vocals a lot better than the original as this edit is more mellow and smoother in tone. Next up is "Love, Don't Let Me Go" which is also pretty good. Just like the previous track, the vocals are pretty nice and the instrumental is good too. "Give Me Something" mixes things up with a funky tone and production style, complete with tons of funky synths and bass/guitar. The vocals again are also quite good. It's definitely one of the best tracks on the album.

"Can't U Feel The Change", "It's Allright (Preaching Paris)", & "You Are The Music" are pretty boring and don't really add anything to the album, though they certainly aren't bad. "Sexy 17" has a pretty nice instrumental but the vocals are really terrible and kinda annoying. "Atomic Food" is actually one of the best tracks, mainly because of how hilarious it is. The song is basically Chris Willis listing various grocery items over a simplistic and minimal beat, but it's just so amusing to me I can't help but love it. "133" is also a highlight, and it stands out quite a bit from the others for two reasons: 1. It's one of two purely instrumental tracks and 2. It's tone is very different from the rest. It has some cool, dark, and memorable synths that vary throughout the course of the song. Very nice track. Next is "Distortion" which certainly lives up to it's name. It's a very weird track, especially at the beginning. This is due to the strange mixing, most noticeable when listening with headphones (the vocals mainly only come out of the right side, while the synth mainly only comes out of the left side). It's not terrible, but not good either.

The track "People Come People Go" is decent even though it's nothing too special. The album concludes with "Lately", a short but relaxing and memorable track, serving as the second of 2 instrumental tracks. A solid conclusion for sure. Overall this album is decent. The best tracks here are: Just A Little More Love (Elektro Edit), Love Don't Let Me Go, Give Me Something, Atomic Food, 133, and Lately. I'd recommend give this a listen, as this is easily Guetta's best album and some of the tracks are actually very good. Just don't get your hopes up when you get to the more boring tracks here.
scoundrel

scoundrel

September 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Just A Little More Love, CD, Album, ASW 96311-2

Sometimes, you don't want to think -- you just want some good dance music. And David Guetta delivers just that on JUST A LITTLE MORE LOVE. From the club-favorite title track onwards, there's no stopping the groove. A bit of 80s nostalgia infects these tracks, but not in a way that overwhelms or feels too retro. Barbara Tucker lends her powerhouse lungs to "Give Me Something (Deep in My Heart)," a solid house effort. The tracks here are short and easily digestible, made more for home listening than for club play, but a few gems still stand out: the aggressive chant of "It's Allright (Preaching Paris)"; the nouveau disco of "People Come People Go"; the filtering of David Bowie on "Just For One Day (Heroes)"; or the mellow tones and sax of "You Are the Music." My personal favorite, however, is "Distortion," with its dark rhythms, acid line and the brooding recording-booth voice. Go ahead and dance. You know you wanna.
HELL

HELL

May 16, 2004
referencing Just A Little More Love, CD, Album, ASW 96311-2

Second full length release from Parisian DJ David Guetta is a quite pleasing blend of styles, all of it intensely danceable. '90s sound rehash? Bah, who cares if it works.
"Just A Little More Love" featuring gospel singer Chris Willis, was a huge hit back in 2001, and they still play it nowadays at Ibiza. Anthemic and infectious uplifting, with elements of disco and funk scattered through the powerful beats of house, this track becomes even better after Wally Lopez editing, which been massive last summer already ahead of the release date. The Elektro Edit, which stands more in a breakbeat side, is just ok. "Love, Don't Let Me Go" featuring same vocalist is another Ibiza megahit. Tracks also worth mentioning is "Give Me Something" (vocals by Barbara Tucker), "People Come People Go", "You Are The Music". There is also two instrumentals: "133" and "Lately".