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One Love
Studio album by David Guetta
Released August 21, 2009 (2009-08-21)
Recorded 2008–2009
Genre House, electro house, dance-pop, Trance, electropop, hip house
Length 55:18
Label Virgin, EMI Music France
Producer David Guetta; Frédéric Riesterer; Jean-Claude Sindres; Sandy Vee
Professional reviews
David Guetta chronology
Pop Life
One Love
Singles from One Love
  1. "When Love Takes Over"
    Released: April 21, 2009 (2009-04-21)
  2. "Sexy Bitch"
    Released: July 24, 2009 (2009-07-24)
  3. "One Love"
    Released: October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23)
  4. "Memories"
    Released: March 15, 2010 (2010-03-15)
  5. "Gettin' Over (remix)"
    Released: 2010 (2010)

One Love is the fourth studio album by French house DJ David Guetta. It was released onto the official iTunes Store on 21 August 2009 and was released on CD format on 24 August 2009 throughout Europe and 25 August 2009 in the United States. A double disc deluxe edition was also released; the second disc containing extended/club mixes, as well as two new songs. According to the label EMI & Billboard Magazine, the album has sold 1.4 million copies globally since its release.

The album received three nominations for the 52nd Grammy Awards in the categories, Best Dance Recording and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for the song "When Love Takes Over". It was also nominated for Best Electronic/Dance Album.[1]


Critical reception

Reviews for the album were generally favorable. According to Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has received a score of 66, based on 10 reviews.[2]

Digital Spy gave the album a very positive review and rewarded it a 4/5 star rating.[3] The Los Angeles Times gave the album 3/5, saying "Guetta is at his best (and his most commercial) when he's equipped with a melody as chewy as his beats."[4] Ginger Clemens of Billboard calls it an effortless integration off catchy dance beats with expressive vocals, turning out Top 40-friendly songs while remaining true to dance club culture.[5] Allmusic: Even if everything seems built for the 12" format and then landed on an album anyway, Guetta's fans get all the well-done house music they desire, and then some.[6] musicOMH: He can doubtless get a party started every bit as effectively as either of those two [Paul van Dyk & Diplo] but, on this record at least, in dance terms he finds himself rather falling between two stools as he enlarges the walls of his big tent.[7] Caroline Sullivan of The Guardian gave One Love 3 out of 5 stars calling many of the songs enjoyable while favoring "Estelle's tender performance of the title track deserves special mention" and mentioning that "It feels like a series of tracks rather than a fully realised long-player."[8] NOW Magazine calls "One Love" surprisingly deep.[9] Observer Music Monthly calls it "the sound of the summer! If summer for you means a fake tan and drinking WKD for a week in the Med with the likes of Kelly Rowland and Will.I.Am popping up as guests with your fave."



Other Songs/Promo Singles

Track listing

Standard U.S. explicit edition

International edition

iTunes bonus tracks

Deluxe edition bonus disc

XXL Limited edition

Charts, sales and procession


Chart (2009) Peak
Argentinian Albums Chart[10] 11
Australian Albums Chart[11] 4
Austrian Albums Chart[11] 3
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[11] 2
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[11] 1
Canadian Albums Chart[12] 2
Czech Republic Albums Chart 3
Danish Albums Chart[11] 22
Dutch Albums Chart[11] 11
Europe Albums Chart[13] 1
French Albums Chart[11] 1
German Albums Chart[14] 2
Greek Albums Chart[15] 19
Irish Albums Chart[16] 3
Italian Albums Chart[11] 5
Mexican Albums Chart[11] 14
New Zealand Albums Chart[11] 2
Norwegian Albums Chart[11] 16
Polish Albums Chart[17] 26
Portugal Albums Chart[11] 5
South African Albums Chart[18] 1
Spanish Albums Chart[11] 17
Swedish Albums Chart[11] 33
Swiss Albums Chart[11] 2
UK Albums Chart[19] 2
U.S. Billboard 200[20] 70
U.S. Billboard Electronic/Dance Albums[21] 3

Certifications and sales

Country Certification Date Sales certified
Australia[22] Gold November 30, 2009 35,000
France[23] 3x Platinum December 21, 2009 300,000
Mexico[24] Gold February 22, 2010 40,000
United Kingdom[25] Gold September 18, 2009 100,000
Worldwide[26] January 18, 2010 1,400,000

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
The E.N.D. by Black Eyed Peas
French Albums Chart number-one album
August 30, 2009 – September 6, 2009
Succeeded by
Volume 10 by Marc Lavoine
Preceded by
The E.N.D. by Black Eyed Peas
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)
September 5, 2009 – September 19, 2009
Succeeded by
The Resistance by Muse


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  23. ^ "Les Disques d'Or 2009" (in French). Disqueenfrance. Retrieved 2010-01-26. 
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