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Guetta Re-issue Vaults Into No.1

The French disc jockey David Guetta returns to the UK’s pole position with the re-issue of “Gettin’ Over.” The track peaked at No.41 upon its original release back in August 2009. A remixed version, featuring vocals by Chris Willis, Fergie and LFMAO enters the top this week becoming Guetta’s third No.1.

So far, five singles have been issued from Guetta’s 2009 album One Love. “When Love Takes Over” reached No.1 in several markets and Destiny Childs’s member Kelly Rowland burnt many a dancefloor last summer.

That track was followed by the Akon collaboration “Sexy Bitch,” re-named “Sexy Chick” in different markets. That single also made the top of the UK singles chart and was the second biggest hit of 2009 in Australia. The title track, “One Love,” with Estelle peaked at No.46.

“Memories” with Kid Cudie became the fourth hit, peaking at No.15. The track made it to the top in Belgium, the Czech Republic and France.

Re-issuing “Gettin’ Over” successfully adds a third UK chart-topper to Guetta’s merits and the single has also topped the German dance chart as well as the US Hot Dance Club Play chart.

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Listen to Britney Spears’ Lady Gaga Track

WelcheMusic is rather disappointed that “Quicksand,” which Lady Gaga wrote for Britney Spears only ended up as a bonus track on the digital European iTunes release of the Circus album. But you can listen to it here:

On a seperate note, according to news source Dagens Nyheter, Lady Gaga added the possibility for fans to actually buy her DNA. In a deluxe version of The Fame Monster album, a lock of her hair is included. And as pop critic Fredrik Strage points out, “fans are offered the possibility to clone Lady Gaga, at the cost of just 115 dollars.” Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Germanotta and grew up in New York. Before she got her breakthrough in 2008, she penned songs for Britney Spears, The Pussycat Dolls and Fergie.

Make sure to download WelcheMusic vol.1 featuring her next single “Telephone,” a duet with Beyoncé. The track was initially offered to Britney Spears.