Ready for the Weekend is the second studio album by Scottish musician Calvin Harris. It was released on 14 August 2009 by Fly Eye and Columbia Records. The album debuted atop the UK Albums Chart and was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). It spawned the singles "I'm Not Alone", "Ready for the Weekend", "Flashback" and "You Used to Hold Me".
Ready for the Weekend. More songs by Calvin Harris. Hot Calvin Harris - I Created Disco (2007) 11 months dance. Hot Calvin Harris - 18 Months (2012) 11 months dance. Hot Calvin Harris - Motion (2014) 11 months dance. Hot Calvin Harris - Ready For The Weekend (2009) 11 months dance. Hot benny blanco & Calvin Harris - I Found You 8 months dance. Hot Normani & Calvin Harris - Checklist (feat. WizKid) 9 months dance. Hot Normani & Calvin Harris - Slow Down 9 months dance.
More albums from Calvin Harris: Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 by Calvin Harris. Festival Presents Calvin Harris by Calvin Harris. 18 Months by Calvin Harris. I Created Disco by Calvin Harris. Motion by Calvin Harris. View all albums . Ready For The Weekend. You can make changes to the tracklist directly on MusicBrainz. Enter the url below of the most international release on MusicBrainz. Its not possible to enter the url of a release group.
Calvin Harris' second album ups the ante on the glossy dance-pop of his debut, I Created Disco, boasting more energy, more hooks, more professionalism, and, in places, a little more sincerity. It's clear that Harris has an unaffected fondness for all of the most immediate, most commercial dance music of the past 30 years - from disco to synth pop to video game soundtracks to New York house. What's more, he has the talent to produce it all at the highest level possible, right up there with Daft Punk, creators of the best throwback dance music of the '90s and 2000s. Ready for the Weekend, even compared to his debut, is focused like a laser directly at listeners' pleasure centers, dismissing anything that might distract or detour from the type of pumping dance-pop capable of filling the main room at any club.
Dance Wiv Me, number one last summer, is included as something of an afterthought, but there’s no denying Harris is its star, not Dizzee Rascal. Without the Scot’s delicious 8-bit sleaze-beat and contrast-adding monotone vocals, it’s simply a recollection of a young man’s horniness down Notting Hill Arts Club on a Thursday night