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Nothing But the Beat 2.0 [Explicit]

September 10, 2012 | Format: MP3

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I don't understand why this album was even made; it has something like 7 new songs on it, but the rest are found on either Nothing But the Beat or Nothing But the Beat - the Electronic Album, both of which I own. I haven't even looked at One Love to see if anything has been self-sampled off of that album. What's up with that, Dave? Seems like you're pissing on your loyal fans by offering them new music intermixed with a lot of the old; it's only the new fans that profit here, since they can pick up one album that effectively spans the last two. If nothing else, you should have released an EP of the new stuff alongside this album, which as far as I can see is the best way to serve both old and new fans alike; after all, I like your sh*t, but I am not about to shell out $13 for an album that is half filled with music I already own.
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I have say, I LOVE this album. Great stuff. I have been getting into DJ remixes and songs a lot and love it. If you like this kind of music, I would recommend you buy it. The first song Titanium is awesome along with the rest of the 22 track CD. If you like DJ Dance remix music, get this album.
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By Chloe on February 12, 2014
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David Guetta's album, Nothin but the Beat 2.0 is a mashup album with some old songs and some new. I personally already owned the songs, "titanium" and "Where the girls at" from iTunes, but the album has about 22 songs on it and i got it for a pretty good price. The only thing i'm not thrilled about is that the album was the cardboard case instead of plastic. I wish it would clearly stste this in the description. but overall I love the album and David's music.
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By Dave on October 20, 2013
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This is a fun album. I have eclectic tastes and this satisfied to my pop/dubstep/remix likes. I am not ecstatic about all the songs, but a solid third of them made into my regular play list. I bought it for Titanium alone and it came with a few other really good songs as well. I'm satisfied.
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I mainly wanted this album for "Titanium" and "She Wolf". All the other tracks just continued the beat and were great collaborative productions by David Guetta. This is great house music.
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this is one of those albums that's so packed with hits that there really isn't anything to scrutinize. I mean, there are so many collaborators on this album that everyone will find one or two artists if not more that they enjoy. if you want to know what party music sounds like for the first half of this decade, david guetta would be it.
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Pretty decent all in all, not his best but not his worst. The style is getting old however. I dont really have much to add, except that I wonder if I could have saved myself 10$ and just bought the regular version.
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Love most of the songs in the album. One or two songs are OK but overall, great. I listen to it while working or cleaning up around the house or while I'm driving and I can't sit still!
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