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  • Kygo & Imagine Dragons, Born To Be YoursBorn To Be Yours
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • The Black Eyed Peas, The E.N.D.The E.N.D.
    The US hip-hop band The Black Eyed Peas recorded a new disc The E.N.D. It is a bright collection of dance tracks with a feasible slant to electro-funk, which is a powerful comeback after 2005's Monkey Business
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Pop Rap
    • Electro House
  • Galantis, Spaceship (feat. Uffie)Spaceship (feat. Uffie)
    Galantis, 2018
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • Morcheeba, Blaze AwayBlaze Away
    Morcheeba, 2018
    • Downtempo
    • Trip Hop
  • Cosmo's Midnight, What Comes NextWhat Comes Next
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa, One KissOne Kiss
    • Dance Pop
    • Garage House
    • UK Garage
  • Daft Punk, Random Access MemoriesRandom Access Memories
    Daft Punk, 2013
    • Synth Funk
    • French House
  • Avicii, TrueTrue
    Avicii, 2013
    • Progressive House
  • Paul Simon, Graceland: The RemixesGraceland: The Remixes
    • Electropop
    • Deep House
  • Gotye, Making MirrorsMaking Mirrors
    The development of the third album from indie rock project Gotye took five long years, but the thoughtfulness and impact of the record make up for all the time of waiting
    Gotye, 2011
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Claptone, FantastFantast
    Claptone, 2018
    • Deep House
  • LMFAO, Sorry For Party RockingSorry For Party Rocking
    If, by some incredible chance, you missed the debut album by the great LMFAO duet and you have not come to know them yet, now is the best time to correct it with their sophomore effort Sorry For Part Rocking
    LMFAO, 2011
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Pop Rap
    • Electro House
  • Jon Hopkins, SingularitySingularity
    • Microhouse
    • Tech House
    • IDM
    • Ambient Techno
  • Pussycat Dolls, PCDPCD
    The current incarnation of the Pussycat Dolls are a focused sextet of pop hopefuls. PCD is certainly not lacking in the beat department, and combined with their vocal strength and radio-orientated melodies, girls produce some admirable results
    • R&B
    • Pop
    • Swing
    • Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
    • Electronic
  • David Guetta, Nothing But The BeatNothing But The Beat
    The French DJ David Guetta released his fifth studio album Nothing but the Beat in 2011. The musician pleases his listeners with excellent tracks regularly, and it seems that the new party of hits is about to smash the charts
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • Lady Gaga, Born This Way (Special Edition)Born This Way (Special Edition)
    Lady GaGa's new creation Born This Way is a really diverse album in which different genres are mixed together but are all served under a well-done dance beats' dressing, that is why it is surely going to set some new records
    Lady Gaga, 2011
    • Dance Pop
    • Electropop
    • Synth Pop
    • Electro House
  • Rihanna, Rated RRated R
    Despite her young age, Rihanna has already released a number of remarkable albums. One of them is the 2009 effort, Rated R, issued in November 2009
    Rihanna, 2009
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Electropop
    • Pop
    • Pop/Rock
    • Dubstep
  • The Black Eyed Peas, The BeginningThe Beginning
    The Beginning, The Black Eyed Peas album number six, will arouse a sweet sensation of nostalgia and a powerful desire to dance
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Pop Rap
    • Electro House
  • Foster The People, TorchesTorches
    American trio Foster The People’s debut album Torches has music that might be a surprise to many of those who already like the band
    • Dance-Pop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • The xx, I See YouI See You
    The xx, 2017
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Clean Bandit, Solo (feat. Demi Lovato)Solo (feat. Demi Lovato)
    • Dance Pop
    • Electro House
    • UK Funky House
  • MGMT, Oracular SpectacularOracular Spectacular
    Debut album of American duo MGMT is very close to be a perfect record. Oracular Spectacular combines dance motility of pop-rock, synthesized drive and LoFi esthetics at the same time. Everything sounds simple but enormously significant
    MGMT, 2007
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Psychedelic Pop
    • Electropop
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Calvin Harris, 18 Months18 Months
    Calvin Harris, 28-years-old Scottish producer, DJ and singer, presents a new collection of songs called 18 Months that is mixed on dance music basis with the addition of popular indie style
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • Muse, The 2nd LawThe 2nd Law
    The 2nd Law is the sixth album by Muse upon which the band has moved from one unique sounding to another as interesting. Listeners have to decided on their own which is better
    Muse, 2012
    • Symphonic Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Electronic
  • Lana Del Rey, Lust For LifeLust For Life
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Chamber Pop
    • Trip Hop
  • Pink Floyd, The Endless RiverThe Endless River
    • Art Rock
    • Space Rock
    • Ambient
  • Katy Perry, WitnessWitness
    • Dance Pop
    • Electropop
    • Synth Pop
    • Futurepop
  • Madonna, Confessions on a Dance FloorConfessions on a Dance Floor
    Anyone who thought Madonna might have abdicated as the Queen of Pop can kneel at her throne once more. On Confessions on a Dance Floor, Madonna returns unapologetically to her roots. It is an hour of pure electronic dance/pop heaven
    Madonna, 2005
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Disco
    • Electro-Disco
    • Electronic
    • House
    • Electro House
  • David Guetta, ListenListen
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electro House
    • French House
    • Progressive House
  • Lady Gaga, ARTPOPARTPOP
    Lady Gaga, 2013
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • Calvin Harris, MotionMotion
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • The Chainsmokers, Memories...Do Not OpenMemories...Do Not Open
    • Dance Pop
    • Electropop
    • Electro House
  • Thievery Corporation, Treasures from the TempleTreasures from the Temple
    • Dub
    • Lounge
    • Downtempo
    • Trip Hop
  • Gorillaz, Demon DaysDemon Days
    Demon Days may end 2005 as one of the year’s most celebrated albums. Before you even consider the sonic and melodic innovation paraded through the album there’s so much crammed into each of these fifteen songs
    Gorillaz, 2005
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Hip Hop
    • Electronic
    • Trip Hop
  • Linkin Park, Living ThingsLiving Things
    Linkin Park again ignore what other people say. Neither having returned to their roots, nor evolving the sound of their last record, have they chosen the third way. Living Things offers another modified version of their unique style
    • Alternative Metal
    • Rap Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Electronic
  • Drake, More LifeMore Life
    Drake, 2017
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Pop Rap
    • Grime
  • The xx, xxxx
    The English formation The XX has recently presented the debut record called XX, yet already now the musicians may expect an outburst of their popularity. How could one anticipate such a mature work from the fresher?
    The xx, 2009
    • Post-Punk
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
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