Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone

Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris are back with new single “I’m Not Alone” from his forthcoming second album.

His first album “I Created Disco” was released on 18 June 2007. From this album 4 successful singles was released – “Acceptable In The 80s”, “Girls”, “Marrymaking In My Place” and “Colours”. But most successful single from Calvin Harris was his “Dance Wiv Me” together with Dizze Rascal and Chrome. The song was released digitally on June 30, 2008 and went straight to number 1 in the UK.

Calvin Harris also worked together with Kylie Minogue, Roisin Murphy, Sophie Ellis-Bexter and with The Mitchell Brothers on their song “Michael Jackson”. He also remixed songs from Groove Armada, All Saints, Jamiroquai, CSS, Dragonette, The Ting Tings, Cut Copy, Kaiser Chiefs and Primal Scream. His remix of “See The Light” from The Hours became Essential New Tune in Novmeber 2008.

Latest song from Calvin Harris “I’m Not Alone“, was exclusively performed in Sydney, on New Year’s Eve. The song debuted on BBC Radio 1 on Friday, January 23, 2009, on the Pete Tong’s radio show Essential Selection, and also became Essential New Tune. The song featured on his MySpace with the infamous spoiler, which repeated the phrase “I Am Your Nan” in a robotic voice.  The single “I’m Not Alone” will be released on April 13th, 2009.

Single: Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone (via 0daymusic.com)
Single: Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone (Remixes) (via 0daymusic.com)
Single: Calvin Harris – Colours (via 0daymusic.com)
Single: Dizzie Rascal – Dance Wiv Me (Feat Calvin Harris & Chrome) (via 0daymusic.com)
Mp3: The Hours – See The Light (Calvin Harris Remix)
Mp3: The Mitchell Brothers – Michael Jackson (Calvin Harris Remix)

Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone

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