Poplife was a turning point in David Guetta's career. It made the French DJ's fame truly global by giving him his first number one dance hit stateside: a collaboration with the always fresh Chris Willis forever to be known as "Love Is Gone." Other singles that burned up the dancefloor were "Baby When the Lights" and "Everytime We Touch," though it was not the same recording as the one of the same name by Euro-pop group Cascada. The strength of the beats on Poplife made Guetta a recognizable name in the United States, and gave him the platform on which he could build relationships, and ultimately, form collaborations, with A-List pop artists, as he did on his next album, One Love.
Review by Matthew Chisling
|1||Baby When the Light||3:27|
|2||Love Is Gone [Original Mix]||3:06|
|3||Everytime We Touch||3:40|
|5||Tomorrow Can Wait||3:33|
|6||Winner of the Game||3:02|
|7||Do Something Love||4:10|
|8||You're Not Alone||3:54|
|9||Never Take Away My Freedom||4:09|
|10||This Is Not a Love Song||3:46|
|12||Joan of Arc||4:00|
|13||Love Is Gone [Fred Rister and Joachim Garraud Radio Edit RMX]||3:21|
|14||Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)||5:48|
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