Calvin Harris - Ready For The Weekend
NME.COM feature on Calvin Harris - Ready For The Weekend album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 14 August 2009
An enjoyable, if somewhat lightweight, return for everyone's favourite tweeter
You should like Calvin Harris . You should let him fill your Twitter feed with reviews of crisp flavours and random outbursts of “Vanessa Feltz!” You should like the fact he says he started making music aged 15 on a Commodore Amiga – the greatest home computer of the 1990s! – when at the same age I was trying to complete the notoriously tricky snow mountain stage on Lemmings. But...
- Aug 25, 2009
Tracklisting click track to read more
- The Rain
- Ready For The Weekend
- Ready For The Weekend (Fake Blood Remix)
- Ready For The Weekend (High Contrast Remix)
- Stars Come Out
- Ready For The Weekend (Dave Spoon Remix)
- You Used to Hold Me
- Ready For The Weekend (Dave Spoon Dub Remix)
- I'm Not Alone (Radio Edit)
- Worst Day
- Burns Night
- Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La
- Dance Wiv Me (Extended Mix)
Easy pickings for Calvin - time for a fresh challenge
- Apr 22, 2013
Instead of crystal meth, Harris makes Number One singles
- Jan 25, 2013
His bosh-pop collabs with Dizzee and Flo rule the charts
- Oct 26, 2012
Meanwhile, One Direction score fastest-selling album of their career with 'Midnight Memories'
Scottish DJ hits out at audience member after she asks him to 'play something original'
Scottish producer and songwriter reportedly earned £30m in the past 12 months
Calvin Harris - Ready For The Weekend: Wikipedia Album Entry
Ready for the Weekend is an album by Scottish Electronic musician Calvin Harris. It is his second. It was first released in Australia on August 14, 2009 and was released on August 17, 2009 in the United Kingdom.
Harris had been working on the album since the release of his first album, I Created Disco, with the first tracks being recorded in 2008. On 3 April 2008, Harris stated that the only existing copy of his upcoming album work was lost when his laptop was misplaced during the baggage handling problems at the opening of London Heathrow Terminal 5. He later stated on the BBC's Glastonbury Festival 2008 coverage that he got his baggage back including the album within a few days. Harris recently admitted however that this was an "untruth" as the album was not in his luggage at all, and that he hoped the lie would buy him some more time to finish recording the LP.
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