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Album: Ready for the Weekend (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Calvin Harris

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Sony Music Entertainment Limited under exclusive license to Ultra Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Ready for the Weekend (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Calvin Harris

Title Artist Time
1
The Rain Calvin Harris 4:36 USD 0.99
2
Ready for the Weekend Calvin Harris 3:37 USD 0.99
3
Stars Come Out Calvin Harris 4:28 USD 0.99
4
You Used to Hold Me Calvin Harris 3:51 USD 0.99
5
Blue Calvin Harris 3:41 USD 0.99
6
I'm Not Alone Calvin Harris 3:31 USD 0.99
7
Flashback Calvin Harris 3:49 USD 0.99
8
Worst Day (feat. Izza Kizza) Calvin Harris 3:46 USD 0.99
9
Relax Calvin Harris 3:49 USD 0.99
10
Limits Calvin Harris 3:42 USD 0.99
11
Burns Night Calvin Harris 2:20 USD 0.99
12
Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La Calvin Harris 3:17 USD 0.99
13
Dance Wiv Me (feat. Calvin Har Dizzee Rascal 4:24 USD Album Only
14
5iliconeator Calvin Harris 3:29 USD 0.99
15
Greatest Fear (Bonus Track) Calvin Harris 6:20 USD 0.99
16
I'm Not Alone (deadmau5 Mix) [ Calvin Harris 8:15 USD 0.99

Reviews For Ready for the Weekend (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Calvin Harris

  • Not bad.

    3
    By 256Pi
    I've heard all 4 of Calvin Harris's albums, and I think out of all of them this was his strongest. I like how he incorporated a variety of different styles on this, some 80s new wave, some 70s style disco (which ironically wasn't present on his first album, I Created Disco), and some rock tracks as well. For the most part it doesn't leave much of an impression on me, but he really nailed the final track, "5iliconeator", which manages to be both amazingly epic and kinda relaxing as well. I also like the soulful "Burns Night", and "Dance Wiv Me" for incorporating both nice-sounding piano/disco sounds and pumping 80s synths. That being said, Calvin Harris really doesn't bring anything new to the dance scene, and honestly it's entirely skippable, but at least unlike his more recent work, this is actually a pretty enjoyable album overall. Seriously though, stay away from his newer stuff. It can't hold a candle to this stuff, and this wasn't even particularly great to begin with.
  • Yes

    5
    By Merbugz24
    Calvin Harris is my favorite artist & I am one of those teens that just wants to go to dance party, then dance to the awesome music of Calvin Harris.
  • The best album

    5
    By Create Nickname? Why?
    This is the album you need if you liked feel so close. I'm not alone is still his best song after 18 months was released. This is great.
  • A Masterpiece.

    5
    By Andrés Robayo
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  • Calming vs. Funky

    4
    By CR640
    5iliconeator and Burns Night made me feel soothing and relaxing, but Ready for the Weekend, You Used to Hold Me, Relax, Stars Come Out, The Rain, Flashback, and I'm Not Alone makes me want to dance! Great work, Calvin!
  • Great Album, must buy!

    5
    By JoVinaMarieGreen
    I definitely love this album! It's a must buy if you like EDM
  • Weird

    2
    By Letsgothriftshopping!
    Dont take this the wrong way, but i love calvin harris, but his album covers never make sense
  • Best Music Ever

    5
    By kenneth ramirez
    Unbelievably good. I dont know how so little people know about his music. More people have to hear his music and find out what they've been missing for so long.
  • Dance beats are amazing!

    5
    By DeAndre R.
    Everyone's trying to work with him now, and even Chris Brown's producer copied Yeah 3X from Harris' work...
  • i like it

    5
    By Oleh Ukrainets
    it is very cooooolllll!!!!!!!!

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