David Guetta

Real Name:
Pierre David Guetta
Born November 7. 1967 in Paris, France. He's been a DJ at several different clubs since the early 1980's. His first album, "Just A Little More Love", was released in 2002, ten years after his first single "Up & Way". He is probably the most prominent producer of the Euro Dance revival of the late 2000s up into the 2010s, having recorded a string of highly successful commercial dance records with R&B and pop vocalists such as Kelly Rowland, Ludacris or Sia.
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David Guetta Discography Tracks


David Guetta - Just A Little More Love album art David Guetta Just A Little More Love (Album) Virgin, Gum Prod France 2002 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Guetta Blaster album art David Guetta Guetta Blaster (Album) Virgin, Gum Records (2) Europe 2004 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Pop Life album art David Guetta Pop Life (Album) Virgin Europe 2007 Sell This Version
David Guetta - One Love album art David Guetta One Love (Album) Virgin, Gum Prod India 2009 Sell This Version
David Guetta - One More Love album art David Guetta One More Love (Album) Virgin Europe 2010 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Nothing But The Beat album art David Guetta Nothing But The Beat (Album, EP) Virgin, EMI US 2011 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Nothing But The Beat 2.0 album art David Guetta Nothing But The Beat 2.0 (Album) Virgin Music, Virgin Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 2012 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Nothing But The Beat (Ultimate) album art David Guetta Nothing But The Beat (Ultimate) (Album) Virgin 2012 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Listen album art David Guetta Listen (Album) What A Music, Parlophone Brazil 2014 Sell This Version
David Guetta - 7 album art David Guetta 7 (Album) What A Music, Parlophone, Warner Music France Europe 2018 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

David Guetta - Nation Rap album art Sidney & David Guetta Sidney & David Guetta - Nation Rap (Maxi, Single) Island Records France 1990 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Up & Away album art David Guetta Featuring Robert Owens David Guetta Featuring Robert Owens - Up & Away (Maxi) Dance Pool, Dance Pool, Dance Pool France 1994 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Just A Little More Love album art David Guetta Just A Little More Love (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin France 2001 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Love, Don't Let Me Go album art David Guetta Featuring Chris Willis David Guetta Featuring Chris Willis - Love, Don't Let Me Go (Single, Maxi) Virgin France 2001 Sell This Version
Gum 001 David Guetta - You Are The Music album art David Guetta You Are The Music(12", W/Lbl) Gum Prod/Gum Records Gum 001 France 2001 Sell This Version
David Guetta - People Come People Go album art David Guetta Feat. Chris Willis David Guetta Feat. Chris Willis - People Come People Go (Single, Maxi) Gum Prod, Virgin Europe 2002 Sell This Version
LPVIRDJ202 David Guetta - Distortion album art David Guetta Distortion(12", Promo) Virgin LPVIRDJ202 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
POP 4227 David Guetta - Love, Don't Let Me Go / Just A Little More Love album art David Guetta Love, Don't Let Me Go / Just A Little More Love(12") Popular Records POP 4227 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Give Me Something album art David Guetta Vocal Guest Barbara Tucker David Guetta Vocal Guest Barbara Tucker - Give Me Something (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Gum Records (2) Europe 2003 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Just For One Day (Heroes) album art David Guetta vs. Bowie* David Guetta vs. Bowie* - Just For One Day (Heroes) (Single) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin, Gum Records (2), Gum Records (2), Gum Records (2) Europe 2003 Sell This Version
724354740428 David Guetta - Calling Cathy  album art Cathy Guetta & David Guetta Cathy Guetta & David Guetta - Calling Cathy (CD, Single, Promo) Gum Records (2) 724354740428 France 2003 Sell This Version
David Guetta - The World Is Mine album art David Guetta Feat. JD Davis David Guetta Feat. JD Davis - The World Is Mine (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Gum Prod/Gum Records France 2004 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Money album art David Guetta Money (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin France 2004 Sell This Version
David Guetta - Stay album art David Guetta Stay (Maxi, Single) Gum Prod/Gum Records Europe 2004 Sell This Version
David Guetta - In Love With Myself album art David Guetta In Love With Myself (Maxi, Single) Virgin, Gum Records (2) Europe 2005 Sell This Version

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September 14, 2018
edited 21 days ago
C'est toujours marrant d'entendre dire que la musique de David Guetta sonne toujours pareil ou n'invente rien/répète toujours la même formule, car selon les personnes, j'entends exactement le même dire au sujet de la musique underground/Techno/Electro..., ce n'est qu'une question de point de vue.
Mainstream ou underground... peu importe, il me semble juste évident que certaines musiques plaisent a un plus grand nombre plutôt que d'autres.
Guetta est un excellent exemple de réussite, oui, sa musique me procure de l'émotion et dès demain c'est sans remords que je vais succombé au numéro 7...


September 7, 2018
edited about 1 month ago
I cant imagine David giving 1 shit about what is said about him on Discogs, he sees making music as a way of making lots of money nothing new about that. Why state the obvious about him, he has nothing to do with what you are about, UR and Robert Hood are over there, praise away.


July 14, 2018
EDM is coming to an end. Other trendy music is on the doorstep ready to take over and jump in line on a trail of used glowsticks and thrown birthday cakes. At the tip of the spear is Guetta who already seems to be washed up, dried and thrown back into the ring to squeeze out the very last dollar, fame and cheese to please festival goers around the globe.
Guetta is the most obvious artist to strung up the pole to take the last bullet. He is after all a puppet controlled by a puppeteer (at least back then when he was married with mogul Cathy Lobé). His companions in the business Calvin Harris and Aoki seems to fare better on the dying crest of the wave, since they seem to be more "at-hand" with their business. For them they seem to move on, but for Guetta, he will be the guy who died along with EDM.
But i think these teenagers are starting to look elsewhere, looking for the next big genre to grow out and sell out.
I think soon, the Guetta money machine is slowly fading into obscurity, His new 2018 album is going to bomb on the charts, and could probably be the album that marks the end of an era. It´s over, the party has ended, the last cheese has been played.
We have seen it in recent times, the formula repeat itself, genres spring out, gets branded and sold and then finally ends up on the bin, used and abused. Money has come and gone and along with it, the artist who was branded alongside the genre gets washed away.

The "Fuck Me Im Famous" stores is soon boarded up, and the EDM machine is almost gone.. God knows what is taking over. I just think Guetta will be the one to take the fall while the others stand watching..


March 4, 2018
What to do say about this clown poser dj , even a clown has better merit for his/her work than this thing named David Guetta .

Ok new generations without taste will surely love this thing dj but his music is the same over and over just like other things poser dj's do such as Dj Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold , etc....even Moby has became a thing nowadays .

Calling that "thing" by the name David Guetta "the king of electronic music" is really out of place and a disgrace to what the real pioneers were such as Chello, Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre, Lenny Dee ,.... Then we have names like Joey Beltram, Jeff Mills, Cari Lekebush , Massimo Vivona to name a few , that are far more superior and worked really hard their asses some of them even went unknown artists because of that "thing" poser dj david guetta that thinks he can make music sure he can with others help and with computer programms that do it all for you nowadays making music is very easy ( you can make a dozen of albums daily if you want with some computer programms is a fact ) . That "thing" guetta is a shame how can people like his music it hasn't emotion, no soul , you can easily hear the odor of money money ( buy my shit, buy my shit ) in his music and nothing else .

Then that "thing" guetta needs a whole stage for himself and his crew members in a 5Star hotel which he never respect the rooms because they're constantly drunk and using drugs and poop and vomit everywhere . But thats another story

Anyway david guetta is in no way an artist he's just a "thing" like many "things" nowadays that only thinks about money and lost their hearts to offer the real valor in what electronic music once was .


April 16, 2017
In the light that vinyl is THRIVING>>>>>>> He's not putting his new singles out on 12"???? WTF?!!


August 15, 2016
I just heard the telly say David Guetta King of electronic music,,,,please where does that put kraftwerk ?


July 24, 2016
I think it's possible for a music critic to appreciate commercial pop artists such as Mr Guetta for what they do - providing the masses with easy to listen to, catchy pop melodies to whistle to as we go about our daily lives. Obviously I don't speak for those who prefer to listen to a cooler, more underground artist but I doubt they'd be here reading this anyway. Each to their own as the saying goes.


June 26, 2016
Every artist has the right to exist just as every listener has the right to resist. David Guetta, your name stands for bad taste. Period.


November 11, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
he made some pretty tight electro bangers around 2007, but nowadays he just does a ton of hyper-melodic catchy tracks that are simply just boring. the structure is repetitive, the beats are weak, the melodies are catchy but boring, the mix is quiet and is clean in all of the worst ways, the only modern track i can think of that i like from him was metropolis with the nice dubstep-influenced bassline, but other than that there is nothing special here. not bad to the point of it being legitimately annoying to hear, it's produced ok, but over all is just mediocre, or at least he has been for the last five years. his best tracks are almost always his instrumental tracks, so here's a rule of thumb, if it features some big singer on it, avoid it. if it's just him, give it a listen, some of his instrumental tracks like 'the alphabeat' are good enough that i might buy an unofficial single if it's cheap enough in the record store but other than that avoid him. i do reject the idea that his music has mistakes in it, because it doesn't. he doesn't take risks. but where is music is just okay his djing is straight up awful or pre-recorded.


August 26, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
I'm an old clubber, kind of bedroom D.J. (because I like to collect vinyl records and play or mix them in the calm of my house) and think I can tell few things about the actual state of things, so let me start to discuss about David Guetta.
He started his career at the end of the 90s and in that time France, the club scene was pretty cool.
These were the days when Bob Sinclar, Cassius, Daft Punk (just to name few) released a plethora of cool and catchy anthems (if not four stars artist albums).
Being here on Discogs, I think some people knows too the beginnings of the artists mentioned above and also the complete diversity of their first albums compared to their last ones.
But let's go back to Mr. Guetta: after having produced two commercially-critically well received first albums (very close to the core idea of "French Touch") for him was quite difficult to make a third release which was able to be in the same high standards as the previous releases so his ruin (musically speaking) was entering in the american market.
A lot of people in the American music business doesn't seem to have a proper clue about what is proper dance music so they wanted somebody as a "counsellor"...for Mr. Guetta was of course the occasion of a lifetime.
Always speaking in musical terms, David Guetta was able (with also a lot of American producers (whom are always the same ones...)) to create an unholy hybrid of pop and dance music, with very weird results.
From his arrival in 2007 in the USA, every release from every single one-time pop phenomenon to well estabilished acts just released the same sounding records.
The problem is that the target audience likes a lot this product like a pre-cooked food.
Every other pop producer then copied the winning formula (if we can call it like that...) and voila, the music world became ruined.
What people just doens't think about is that NOT every record can have electronic samples or being computer generated, but think the main problem comes when the actual artists are just puppets in a recording studio while the producers are actually the ones doing all the job, even changing the diaper to those persons.
Artists (well, better avoid exagerations...) are just products in order to bring money home to their owners (the labels, the producers and the commercial brands which actually "own" them).
So in the end, Mr. Guetta just make records to pay the bills as he completely lost the real will to make records or play gigs as in the past.
Actually, in my country, our hero should have done a "live" DJ set but the poor guy lost his usb key....an angry clubbing crowd followed...also because nobody gave a refund for the tickets...
That's the main problem, at least for me.
David Guetta lost his passion for his job and he's not the only one (we can talk about many other DJs whom sold their soul for the mere money).

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