Guetta Blaster

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Guetta Blaster
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Released7 June 2004 (2004-06-07)
David Guetta chronology
Just a Little More Love
Guetta Blaster
Pop Life
Singles from Guetta Blaster
  1. "Money"
    Released: 9 April 2004
  2. "Stay"
    Released: 13 September 2004
  3. "The World Is Mine"
    Released: 22 November 2004
  4. "In Love With Myself"
    Released: 18 March 2005
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Guetta Blaster is the second studio album by French DJ David Guetta. It was released on 7 June 2004 by Virgin Records and Gum Prod. [2]


Track listing

1."Money" (featuring Chris Willis and Moné)3:06
2."Stay" (featuring Chris Willis)3:30
3."The World Is Mine" (featuring JD Davis)3:38
4."Used to Be the One" (featuring Chris Willis)4:06
5."Time" (featuring Chris Willis)4:07
6."Open Your Eyes" (featuring Stereo MCs)4:15
8."In Love with Myself" (featuring JD Davis)4:26
9."Higher" (featuring Chris Willis)3:43
10."Movement Girl" (featuring James Perry)4:01
11."Get Up" (featuring Chris Willis)3:03
12."Last Train" (featuring Ms. Thing)3:07
French special edition bonus tracks [3]
13."Old School Acid" (featuring James Perry)3:18
14."Stay" (Remix Edit) (featuring Chris Willis)3:27
French deluxe edition bonus tracks [4]
13."Stay" (Fuzzy Hair Remix Edit) (featuring Chris Willis)4:45
14."The World Is Mine" (Deep Dish Remix Edit) (featuring JD Davis)4:07
15."Old School Acid" (featuring James Perry)3:18
European edition [5]
1."Higher" (featuring Chris Willis)3:43
2."Just a Little More Love" (Wally Lopez Remix Edit) (featuring Chris Willis)3:45
3."The World Is Mine" (featuring JD Davis)3:38
4."Used To Be The One" (featuring Chris Willis)4:06
5."Stay" (featuring Chris Willis)3:30
6."Time" (featuring Chris Willis)4:07
7."Money" (featuring Chris Willis and Moné)3:06
8."Open Your Eyes" (featuring Stereo MCs)4:15
10."Last Train" (featuring Miss Thing)3:07
11."Movement Girl" (featuring James Perry)4:01
12."In Love with Myself" (featuring JD Davis)4:26
13."Get Up" (featuring Chris Willis)3:03
American edition [6]
1."Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)" (featuring Chris Willis vs. The Egg)3:12
2."Just a Little More Love" (Wally Lopez Remix Edit) (featuring Chris Willis)3:45
3."The World Is Mine" (F*** Me I'm Famous Radio Edit) (featuring JD Davis)3:13
4."Stay" (featuring Chris Willis)3:30
5."Used To Be The One" (featuring Chris Willis)4:06
6."Higher" (featuring Chris Willis)3:43
7."Time" (featuring Chris Willis)4:07
8."Money" (featuring Chris Willis and Moné)3:06
9."Open Your Eyes" (featuring Stereo MCs)4:15
10."Last Train" (featuring Miss Thing)3:07
11."In Love with Myself" (featuring JD Davis)4:26
12."Get Up" (featuring Chris Willis)3:03
13."The World Is Mine" (Paul Oakenfold Downtempo Mix) (featuring JD Davis)3:46
French deluxe edition bonus DVD [4]
1."DJ Mix" (audio) 
2."David Guetta Interview" 
3."video mix" 
4."Stay" (music video) 
5."Money" (music video) 

Charts and certifications

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