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1. Merry Making At My Place
2. Colours
3. This Is Industry
4. The Girls
5. Acceptable In the 80's
6. Neon Rocks
7. Traffic Cops
8. Vegas
9. I Created Disco
10. Disco Heat
11. Vault Character
12. Certified
13. Love Souvenir
14. Electro Man

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2007 debut album from Scottish Electronic artist Calvin Harris. The album, a mix of Electro infused dance tracks and sees Harris take influence from the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Daft Punk and in particular, early '80s Electro. 14 tracks including the singles 'Acceptable In The 80s' and 'The Girls'. RCA.

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Disco for the Noughties!! June 18 2007
By Nse Ette - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Track list for the CD is as follows:

1."Merrymaking at My Place" - 4:09
2."Colours" - 4:01
3."This is the Industry" - 3:56
4."The Girls" - 5:15
5."Acceptable in the 80s" - 5:32
6."Neon Rocks" - 3:48
7."Traffic Cops" - 0:54
8."Vegas" - 5:41
9."I Created Disco" - 4:07
10."Disco Heat" - 4:30
11."Vault Character" - 0:08
12."Certified" - 4:06
13."Love Souvenir" - 4:18
14."Electro Man" - 4:58

"I created disco" is the debut from Scottish dance singer/producer Calvin Harris. The album has already had two big hits in the UK; the nostalgic "Acceptable in the 80s" (#10) and the ode to all types of girls worldwide, "The girls" (#3).

Its an album with an eighties sheen that shamelessly courts fans of Groove Armada, Daft Punk, and even LCD Soundsystem, but unlike other producer-turned-singers, he eschews guest vocalists and does the singing himself.

"Merry making at my place" has a groovy bassline, chorus sung in falsetto, and repetitive hedonistic lyrics. A clear standout which wouldn't sound out of place on a Groove Armada CD.

Title track "I created disco" is an instrumental (bar a few spoken words midway) with a fuzzy bassline, and loads of electronic effects. "Certified" is another instrumental with woozy effects. Brilliant!!

Other standouts are "Disco heat", the Giorgio Moroder-like "Electro man" (a relaxed vocal delivery over pulsing hypnotic synths and beats), and the lone ballad, the dreamy plodding instrumental "Love souvenir".

Harris has already been named as a possible producer for Kylie Minogue's new CD, so I'm sure we'll be hearing a lot more from him.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
fantastic dance Feb. 26 2009
By NapTime Davie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
like electro? how about disco? buy this cd if you answered yes to either... or if you just want a disc of awesome jams
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Calvin Harris - I Created Disco Nov. 14 2011
By scoundrel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
You can't blame Calvin Harris for wanting to have a good time, and with I CREATED DISCO, he has his disco and eats it too. It's silly fun -- the funk bass and simple breaks of "Merrymaking At My Place" exemplify this or the slow groove of "Neon Rocks" -- but that's not to say that it's not catchy. And for the boast of creating disco, I'd say 80s electro would be more appropriate. "The Girls," an ode to the fairer sex, is doused in electro like it's cheap cologne, while "Acceptable in the 80s" is an ode to a whole decade. You could argue that the tracks are pretty much the same -- and they are -- but this is a drawback. But a fun drawback! Harris' disaffected lyrics seem pitch-perfect to echo the 80s ennui, even as the kick drum goes into a dancefloor frenzy on "Disco Heat." When Harris slows it down for "Love Souvenir," you have to admire the romance and the sleazy existing on the same plane. And the final track, "Electro Man," is just a blast of fun. Hey, why not?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This album is pure fun July 30 2012
By M. Goff - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you're looking for some tunes to get you pumped up for a good time, this is your go-to album. Calvin Harris delivers a solid 14 tracks of high-energy techno pop that's catchy and fun, even if it's a bit repetitive after a while. Despite what some may see as this album's flaws--it's lack of variety, familiar synth sound, and very simple song structures--what redeems this album for me is that Calvin Harris doesn't seem to take himself too seriously. With obviously tongue-in-cheek songs like "Acceptable in the 80s" and "The Girls", Calvin Harris is shamelessly self-indulgent, and he knows it. The result of this indulgence is an album that really encourages the listener to let loose and have fun--and for the purpose it serves, the quality of the music is far and above most pop music that I've heard.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Calvin Harris aquired a new fan... March 21 2013
By Harold Jr - Published on Amazon.com
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I first heard one of his songs on a Kia commercial then I came to Amazon to listen to some of the previews. I'm not a huge fan of electronic or techno music, but this album is really groovy and reminds me a little bit of the early sounds of the Neptunes.