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Tour Dates 17/08/2006

F** Me I'm Famous International Mixed By David Guetta + Tour Dates

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LONDON, UK (David Guetta Official Website) - David Guetta returns with 'F*** Me I'm Famous International,' the third in the album series due for release through Ministry of Sound recordings.

After being voted 'Best DJ' at 2005's 'House Music Awards' and yet another Miami party this year that saw industry insiders, club kids and the rich and famous clamber on stage to dance, F*** Me I'm Famous is back. The revered DJ spot for David at Space's opening party in Ibiza on 4 June was just a warm-up for him and wife Cathy, as they presented their second ever London date on 22 June at Café de Paris. Since the debut UK event last October, F*** Me I'm Famous has taken NY, Miami WMC, Paris and, most recently, The Cannes Film Festival by the balls.

A unique melting pot of every kind of nightclub creature – F*** Me I'm Famous is a place where anything goes. Picture the flamboyance of Studio 54 with the hindsight of acid house. Add a Balearic twist and a pinch of Parisian chic and you're half-way there. It's sex, frocks and rock & roll – with nothing taken too seriously. Except the music, of course.

Disc 1 kicks off with Guetta vs The Egg's 'Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away),' a club smash built around body-popping bass and cheeky electro reverb, before the mix gives a knowing nod to the 80s with the Jimmy Somerville-sampling Supermode classic 'Tell Me Why.' Evermore vs Dirty South usher in the chunky bass-driven 'It's Too Late' before the FMIF remix of Bob Sinclar's 'World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)' strips the track down to a chugging synth riff and soulful vocals. Even Bloc Party get the re-rub treatment with the Phones Disco Edit swapping guitars for low-slung electro stylings.

Disco 2 opens with Joe T Vanelli's epic 'Get It On (Summer Love),' mixing flaring fire-cracks with a menacing bass-line, before Logic's 'Save My Soul' twists filtered vocals around a marching drum-beat. Andy Cato's up next and drops the tribal drum licks and salsa twists of 'La Luna,' before we venture onto a dark tip with Arnaud Rebotini's take on Blackstrobe's 'Last Dub On Earth' which is powered along by reverbing synth and feline guitar purs. Erick Morillo's 'Dance I Say' is a party battle-cry styled with an old school acid b-line with a frenzied Puff Daddy on the mic, before Steve Angello & Sebastain Ingrosso drop the Joey Beltram-esque 'Click.'

F*** Me I'm Famous International
Mixed By David Guetta - Buy it now!

David Guetta - F*** Me I'm Famous Tour Dates
11th August - Pacha, La Pineda, Spain
19th August - FMIF party, Portugal
26th August - Mysterylands, Holland
26th August - Creamfields, UK
27th August - We Love Sundays at Space, Ibiza
2nd September - Macumba, Madrid, Spain
3rd September - We Love SUndays at Space, Ibiza
8th September - Q Club, Zurich, Switzerland
9th September - Le Mad, Lausanne, Switzerland
15th September - Elitis Club, Portigal
17th September - We Love Sundays at space, Ibiza
22nd September - Seville, Spain
23rd September - Angles of Love, Naples, Italy
28th September - FMIF Party, Pacha, Ibiza
30th September - Lush, Portrush, N.Ireland
28th October - Pacha, New York

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