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Fuck Me I'm Famous is a series of electronic dance music compilation albums by the French DJ David Guetta. [1] His now ex-wife Cathy Guetta collaborated in the production. The first album in the series was released in 2003. The albums have traditionally been released during the summer months of their respective years.

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Fuck Me I'm Famous (2003)

Fuck Me I'm Famous
Fuckmeimfamous2003.jpg
Compilation album by
ReleasedJuly 1, 2003
Recorded2001–2003
Genre House
Length72:08
Label Virgin Music
Universal Music Group
Ministry of Sound (Aus.)
Producer Cathy & David Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous
(2003)
Fuck Me I'm Famous, Vol. 2
(2005)
Singles from Fuck Me I'm Famous 2003
  1. "Just for One Day (Heroes)"
    Released: June 16, 2003

The very first volume in the series was issued on July 1, 2003, via Virgin Music. [2] A two-disc edition, including a compilation DVD, was later issued by Ultra Records. [3] "Just For One Day (Heroes)" was released as a single from the album on June 16, 2003.

  1. "Just for One Day (Heroes)" – David Guetta vs. Bowie
  2. "Shout" – E-Funk featuring Donica Thornton
  3. "Shake It" – Lee Cabrera
  4. "Fuckin' Track" – Da Fresh
  5. "Satisfaction" – Benny Benassi
  6. "Distortion" – David Guetta featuring Chris Willis
  7. "Dancing in the Dark" – 4 Tune 500
  8. "Heart Beat" – Africanism by Martin Solveig
  9. "Sunshine" – Tomaz vs. Filterheadz
  10. "Sometimes – Deux
  11. "If You Give Me The Love I Want" – Crydajam
  12. "Ghetto Blaster" – Twin Pitch
  13. "Stock Exchange" – Miss Kittin & The Hacker
  14. "Who Needs Sleep Tonight" – Bob Sinclar
  15. "Bye Bye Superman" – Geyster
  16. "Bucci Bag" – Andrea Doria
Deluxe edition bonus DVD [3]
  1. "F.M.I.F Compilation 2003" (Compilation Video)

Fuck Me I'm Famous Vol. 2 (2005)

Fuck Me I'm Famous, Vol. 2
Compilation album by
ReleasedJuly 18, 2005
August 29, 2005 (International Version)
Recorded2003–2005
Genre House
Length65:08
Label Virgin Records
Producer David & Cathy Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous
(2003)
Fuck Me I'm Famous, Vol. 2
(2005)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 06
(2006)

The second volume in the series was first issued on July 18, 2005, [4] before an expanded version was issued on August 29, 2005, containing two discs, and altering the track listing. [5]

  1. "Zookey – Lift Your Leg Up" – Yves Larock Feat. Roland Richards
  2. "Freek U" – Bon Garçon
  3. "Most Precious Love" – Blaze featuring Barbara Tucker
  4. "Everybody" – Martin Solveig
  5. "Pump Up the Jam" – D.O.N.S. featuring Technotronic
  6. "Geht's Noch" – Roman Flugel
  7. "Not So Dirty" – Who's Who
  8. "The World Is Mine" – David Guetta featuring JD Davis
  9. "Shot Me Down" – Audio Bullys featuring Nancy Sinatra
  10. "I Like the Way (You Move)" – BodyRockers
  11. "Say Hello" – Deep Dish
  12. "In Love With Myself" – David Guetta featuring JD Davis
  13. "Miss Me Blind" – Culture Club
  14. "Rock the Choice" – Joachim Garraud
  15. "Manga" – H Man
  16. "Louder Than A Bomb" – Tiga
  17. "The Drill" – The Drill
  18. "Infatuation" – Jan Francisco and Joseph Armani

International version

  1. "Most Precious Love" – Blaze & UDA, Barbara Tucker
  2. "Gabryelle" – DJ Spen & DJ Technic
  3. "Yeah" – Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso
  4. "Pump Up The Jam" – DONS & Technotronic
  5. "Geht's Noch" – Roman Flugel
  6. "Not So Dirty" – Who's Who
  7. "The World Is Mine" – David Guetta & JD Davis (FMIF Remix)
  8. "Miss Me Blind" – Culture Club (David Guetta & Joachim Garraud FMIF Mix)
  9. "Rock The Choice" – Joachim Garraud (Sebastian Ingrosso Remix)
  10. "Manga" – H-Man
  11. "Avalon" – Juliet (FMIF Remix)
  12. "Drill" – Drill
  13. "In Love With Myself" – David Guetta (Robbie Rivera Remix)
  14. "Waiting In The Darkness" – Erick Morillo & Leslie Carter (Harry Romero Remix)
  1. "Louder Than A Bomb" – Tiga
  2. "We Interrupt This Program" – Coburn
  3. "First Day" – Timo Maas (Buick Project Dub)
  4. "Wait And See" – Tiefschwarz & Chikinki
  5. "Sword Fight" – Lower East Side
  6. "It's Magic" – Fat Phaze (Lottie & Serge Santiago's Mix)
  7. "Bright Lights Fading" – Slam & Billie Ray Martin
  8. "Sweat On The Walls" – John Tejada
  9. "Safari" – Andre Kraml & Schad Privat
  10. "Du What U Du" – Yoshimoto (Trente Moller Remix)
  11. "You Made A Promise" – Shiny Grey (FMIF Mix)
  12. "Believe" – Chemical Brothers
  13. "Infatuation" – Jan Francisco & Joseph Armani
  14. "Fast Track" – De Crecy, Etienne & Super Discount 2
  15. "Closer To Me" – Chab & JD Davis

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2006 (2006)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 06
Compilation album by
ReleasedJune 26, 2006
July 10, 2006 (International Version)
Recorded2004–2006
Genre House
Length73:07
Label Virgin Music
Producer Cathy & David Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous, Vol. 2
(2005)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 06
(2006)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – International, Vol. 2: Ibiza Mix 08
(2008)
Singles from Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 06
  1. "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)"
    Released: August 14, 2006

The third volume in the series was issued on June 26, 2006 via Virgin Records. [6] An international version, containing an extended version of the album, was made available on July 10, 2006, via Ministry of Sound. [7] A DVD accompaniment was released beside the album, however, some editions carry the DVD as a bonus disc. [8] "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)" was released as a single from the album on August 14, 2006 after its appearance on the Citroën adverts in the United Kingdom.

  1. "Walking Away" (Tocadisco Radio Edit) – The Egg
  2. "Love Don't Let Me Go" – David Guetta
  3. "No More Conversation" – Freeform Five
  4. "Same Man" (Extended Vocal Mix) – Till West and DJ Delicious
  5. "Something Better" – Martin Solveig
  6. "Love Sensation" – Eddie Thoenick and Kurd Maverick
  7. "World, Hold On – Children of the Sky" – Bob Sinclar
  8. "In My Arms" (Tocadisco Remix) – Mylo
  9. "Get It On (Summer Love)" – Joe Vannelli featuring Rochelle Flemming
  10. "5 in the Morning" – Richard F.
  11. "The Rub (Never Rock)" – Kurd Maverick
  12. "Dance I Said" – Erick Morillo and Diddy
  13. "Toop Toop" – Cassius
  14. "Fuck Swedish" – Logic
  15. "Teasing Mr. Charlie" – Steve Angello
  16. "Time" – David Guetta

International version

  1. "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)" – David Guetta
  2. "Same Man" – Till West and DJ Delicious
  3. "Ascension" – Denis Naidanow
  4. "Tell Me Why" – Supermode
  5. "It's Too Late" – Evermore vs Dirty South
  6. "World, Hold On – Children of the Sky" – Bob Sinclar
  7. "You're No Good for Me" – Tocadisco
  8. "Love Sensation '06" (HI_TACK Burnin' Up Club Mix) – Loleatta Holloway
  9. "Banquet" (Phones Disco Edit) – Bloc Party
  10. "5 in the Morning" – Richard F.
  11. "Otherwize Then" – Steve Angello & Laidback Luke
  12. "Teasing Mr. Charlie" – Steve Angello
  13. "World Cup" – Kiko
  1. "Get It On (Summer Love)" – Joe Vannelli featuring Rochelle Flemming
  2. "Save My Soul" – Logic
  3. "He Is" – Copyright featuring Song Williamson
  4. "Always and Forever" – Chocolate Puma
  5. "Luna" – Andy Cato
  6. "Transatlantic Flight" (Axwell Remix) – Lorraine
  7. "Last Dub on Earth" (Arnaud Rebotini Remix) – Black Strobe
  8. "Dance I Said" – Erick Morillo and Diddy
  9. "Click" – Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso
  10. "Da Hool" – Da Hool
  11. "Bleeep!" – Martijn Ten Velden & Lucien Foort
  12. "Fucking Swedish" – Logic

Deluxe edition bonus DVD

  1. "Fuck Me I'm Famous" (Documentary)
  2. "Just A Little More Love" (Music Video)
  3. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (Music Video)
  4. "Just For One Day (Heroes)" (Music Video)
  5. "Money" (Music Video)
  6. "The World Is Mine" (Music Video)
  7. "Time" (Music Video)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2008 (2008)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – International, Vol. 2: Ibiza Mix 08
Compilation album by
ReleasedJune 16, 2008
July 28, 2008 (International Version)
Recorded2006–2008
Genre House
Length74:09
Label Virgin Records
Producer David & Cathy Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 06
(2006)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – International, Vol. 2: Ibiza Mix 08
(2008)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2009
(2009)

The fourth volume in the series was first released on June 16, 2008 on Virgin Records, [9] before an international expanded version was released on July 28, 2008, by Ministry of Sound. [10]

  1. "Keep On Rising" – Ian Carey featuring Michelle Shellers
  2. "No Stress" – Laurent Wolf featuring Eric Carter
  3. "Tomorrow Can Wait" – David Guetta & Chris Willis vs. El Tocadisco
  4. "Sucker" (Fred Pellichero Remix) – Dim Chris
  5. "Toys Are Nuts" – Gregor Salto and Chuckie
  6. "Move Move" – Robbie Rivera
  7. "Outro Lugar" (Tocadisco's Nunca Chove Floripa Mix) – Prok and Fitch present Salomé de Bahia
  8. "Delirious" (Laidback Luke Remix) – David Guetta featuring Tara McDonald
  9. "Apocalypse" – Arno Cost and Norman Doray
  10. "Toca's Miracle" (Inpetto 2008 Mix) – Fragma
  11. "So Strong" (Inpetto Remix) – Meck featuring Dino
  12. "Pjanoo" – Eric Prydz
  13. "Runaway" (Albin Myers Remix) – Tom Novy featuring Abigail Bailey
  14. "Man with the Red Face" – Mark Knight and Funkagenda
  15. "Pears" (Vocal) – Federico Franchi
  16. "The Rock" – Joachim Garraud
  17. "Jack Is Back" – David Guetta

International version

  1. "Tomorrow Can Wait" – David Guetta & Chris Willis vs. El Tocadisco
  2. "Sucker" (Fred Pellichero Remix) – Dim Chris
  3. "Toys Are Nuts" – Gregor Salto and Chuckie
  4. "Move Move" – Robbie Rivera
  5. "Outro Lugar" (Tocadisco's Nunca Chove Floripa Mix) – Prok and Fitch present Salomé de Bahia
  6. "Delirious" (Laidback Luke Remix) – David Guetta featuring Tara McDonald
  7. "The One" (Joachim Garraud & David Guetta Remix) – Sharam featuring Daniel Bedingfield
  8. "3 Minutes To Explain" – Fedde le Grand & Funkerman feat. Dorothy & Andy Sherman
  9. "Klack" – Who's Who
  10. "What The F***" – Funkagenda
  11. "Bleep" – Sandy Vee
  12. "Radio" (Shinichi Osawa Remix) – Felix da Housecat
  13. "Jack Is Back" – David Guetta
  14. "Pears" (Vocal) – Federico Franchi
  15. "The Rock" – Joachim Garraud
  16. "Rock 'N' Rave" – Benny Benassi
  1. "Pjanoo" – Eric Prydz
  2. "Runaway" (Albin Myers Remix) – Tom Novy featuring Abigail Bailey
  3. "Toca's Miracle" (Inpetto 2008 Mix) – Fragma
  4. "Miracle" (Mischa Daniels Remix) – The Frenchmakers featuring Andrea Britton
  5. "Golden Walls" – Dahlbäck and Cost
  6. "TQ" – Arias
  7. "So Strong" (Inpetto Remix) – Meck featuring Dino
  8. "Caribe" – Tristan Garner presents Caribe
  9. "You" – Steve Mac and Paul Harris (FPS Remix)
  10. "Humanoidz" (Arno Cost & Norman Doray Remix) – Tom De Neef and Laidback Luke
  11. "Ring Road" (Laidback Luke Remix) – Underworld
  12. "Beautiful Lie" (Joachim Garraud Remix) – Keemo and Tim Royko featuring Cosmo Klein
  13. "Man with the Red Face" – Mark Knight and Funkagenda

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2009 (2009)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2009
Compilation album by
ReleasedAugust 21, 2009
Recorded2007–2009
Genre House
Length76:03
Label Positiva Records
Producer David & Cathy Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous – International, Vol. 2: Ibiza Mix 08
(2008)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2009
(2009)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2010
(2010)
Singles from Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2009
  1. "GRRRR"
    Released: October 19, 2009

The Ibiza Mix 2009 was released on August 21, 2009, via Positiva Records. [11] "GRRRR" was released as a single from the album on October 19, 2009. In France, the album was released on June 12, 2009, containing one bonus track and a compilation DVD mix. [12]

  1. "When Love Takes Over" (Electro Extended Mix) – David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland
  2. "Believe" (2009 Remix) – Ministers de la Funk vs. Antoine Clamaran & Sandy Vee feat. Jocelyn Brown
  3. "Boom Boom Pow" (Electro-Hop Remix) – The Black Eyed Peas
  4. "Leave The World Behind" – Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Laidback Luke feat. Deborah Cox
  5. "Riverside" – Sidney Samson
  6. "Day 'n' Nite" (Bingo Players Remix) – Kid Cudi vs. Crookers
  7. "Thief" – Afrojack
  8. "Let The Bass Kick" – Chuckie
  9. "My God" – Laidback Luke
  10. "Rockerfeller Skank" – Fatboy Slim vs. Koen Groeneveld
  11. "Amplifier" (Club Mix) – F.L.G
  12. "Where Is Love" – David Guetta ft Max C
  13. "GRRRR" – David Guetta
  14. "Cyan" – Arno Cost
  15. "The Answer" (Dabruck & Klein Extended Remix) – Joachim Garraud
  16. "Times Like These" (Club Mix) – Albin Myers
Deluxe Edition Bonus DVD [12]
  1. "F.M.I.F Summer of Love" (Compilation Video)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2010 (2010)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2010
Compilation album by
ReleasedJuly 26, 2010
Recorded2007–2009
Genre House
Length68:09
Label Positiva Records
Producer Cathy & David Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2009
(2009)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2010
(2010)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2011
(2011)

The Ibiza Mix 2010 was released on July 26, 2010, via Positiva Records. [13]

  1. "Gettin' Over You" (Extended) – David Guetta & Chris Willis featuring Fergie & LMFAO
  2. "On The Dancefloor" (Extended) – David Guetta featuring will.i.am & apl.de.ap
  3. "Rock That Body" – Black Eyed Peas
  4. "Flashback" (David Guetta Remix) – Calvin Harris
  5. "Louder than Words" – David Guetta & Afrojack featuring Niles Mason
  6. "I'm In The House" (Sharam Lovefest Remix) – Steve Aoki featuring Zuper Blahq
  7. "Rave'n'Roll" – Steve Angello
  8. "I'll Be There" – Afrojack & Gregor Salto
  9. "Walk With Me" (Axwell & Daddy's Groove Remix) – Prok & Fitch
  10. "50 Degrees" – David Guetta
  11. "The World Is Yours" – Sidney Samson
  12. "Who's In The House" (Chuckie Remix) – Chris Kaeser
  13. "Put Your Hands Up" – Koen Groeneveld & Mark Knight
  14. "Hey Hey" (Riva Starr Paradise Garage Remix) – Dennis Ferrer
  15. "Glow" – Cirez D
  16. "Strobe" – Deadmau5

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2011 (2011)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2011
Compilation album by
ReleasedJuly 18, 2011
Recorded2009–2011
Genre House
Length70:24
Label Positiva
Producer David & Cathy Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2010
(2010)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2011
(2011)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2012
(2012)

The Ibiza Mix 2011 was released on July 18, 2011 via Positiva Records. [14]

  1. "Where Them Girls At" (Nicky Romero Remix) – David Guetta featuring Flo Rida & Nicki Minaj
  2. "Sweat" (David Guetta & Afrojack Dub Mix) – Snoop Dogg
  3. "Rapture" (Avicii New Generation Extended FMIF Remix) – Nadia Ali
  4. "Beautiful People" (Felix Cartal Club Mix) – Chris Brown featuring Benny Benassi
  5. "Turn Up The Volume" – AutoErotique
  6. "Pandemonium" – David Guetta & Afrojack featuring Tara McDonald
  7. "Replica" – Afrojack
  8. "Little Bad Girl" (Instrumental Club Mix) – David Guetta
  9. "Detroit Bounce" – Chuckie
  10. "Duel" – Third Party
  11. "The Moment" (Steve Angello Edit) – Tim Mason
  12. "Bassline" – David Guetta
  13. "Lise" – Arno Cost
  14. "Sinnerman" – Sean Miller & Daniel Dubb
  15. "Doin' Ya Thang" – Oliver

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2012 (2012)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2012
Compilation album by
ReleasedJune 29, 2012
Recorded2011–2012
Genre House
Length68:31
Label EMI
Producer David & Cathy Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2011
(2011)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2012
(2012)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2013
(2013)

The Ibiza Mix 2012 was released on June 29, 2012 via EMI Records. [15]

  1. "Turn Me On" (Michael Calfan Remix) – David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj
  2. "Can't Stop Me" – Afrojack & Shermanology
  3. "Wild One Two" – Jack Back featuring David Guetta, Nicky Romero & Sia
  4. "Million Voices" – Otto Knows
  5. "Silhouettes" – Avicii
  6. "The Veldt" – Deadmau5
  7. "Feel So Close" – Calvin Harris
  8. "Metropolis" – David Guetta & Nicky Romero
  9. "Get Low" – Sidney Samson
  10. "Cascade" – Tommy Trash
  11. "Greyhound" – Swedish House Mafia
  12. "Quasar" – Hard Rock Sofa
  13. "Bong" – Deniz Koyu
  14. "WTF!?" – Nicky Romero featuring ZROQ
  15. "I Can Only Imagine" (David Guetta & Daddy's Groove Remix) – David Guetta featuring Chris Brown & Lil Wayne

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2013 (2013)

Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2013
Compilation album by
ReleasedJune 24, 2013
Recorded2012–2013
Genre House
Length74:07
Label Warner Music
Producer David & Cathy Guetta
David Guetta chronology
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2012
(2012)
Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2013
(2013)
Singles from Fuck Me I'm Famous – Ibiza Mix 2013
  1. "Ain't a Party"
    Released: June 17, 2013

The Ibiza Mix 2013 was released on June 24, 2013 via EMI Records. [16]

  1. "Play Hard" (Albert Neve Remix) – David Guetta featuring Ne-Yo & Akon
  2. "Sweet Nothing" – Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch
  3. "I Could Be the One" – Avicii vs. Nicky Romero
  4. "Easy" – Mat Zo & Porter Robinson
  5. "If I Lose Myself" – OneRepublic vs. Alesso
  6. "Symphonica" – Nicky Romero
  7. "Head Up" – Arno Cost
  8. "Boom!" – Stevie Mink, Ivan Gough & Steve Bleas
  9. "Cannonball" – Showtek & Justin Prime / (alternate Version: "Vertigol" – Daddy's Groove & Cryogenix)
  10. "Ain't a Party" – David Guetta & Glowinthedark featuring Harrison
  11. "Rasputin" – Hard Rock Sofa
  12. "Wakanda" – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
  13. "Who" – Tujamo & Plastik Funk
  14. "This Is What It Feels Like" (David Guetta Remix) – Armin van Buuren featuring Trevor Guthrie
  15. "Alive" (David Guetta Remix) – Empire of the Sun
  16. "Dynamo" – Laidback Luke & Hardwell

Charts

Chart (2000)Peak
position
South African Albums (RISA) [17] 14

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References

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