Is that summer I see before me? Because I'm certainly hearing it in my ears! Party anthem king and prolific user of whistles Bob Sinclar is back with his 15th (!?!) studio album and from the offset it is jam-packed with enough hard hitting Ibiza House than you can shake a glowstick at.
The Gallic Gentleman is the father of modern super-club dance. Songs like Love Generation and World, Hold On became instant classics, with Sinclair taking influences from reggae to disco, then blending it to become his unique beach-friendly genre of dance music.
Paris By Night however, sees Bob Sinclar going harder than ever before. In recent year it would be safe to say that Sinclar has been eclipsed in the world of eurodance by the like of Sweedish House Mafia and Tiesto, with revellers choosing the more harder sounds of the Scandinavians than Sinclair's laid back pop dance.
Paris By Night begins with Summer Moonlight and it starts the album perfectly. Ghostly synths whip the listener into a frenzy, only to be interspersed with piano chords that most definitely herald the new beginning of Bob Sinclar. The lyrics aren't particularly deep but then they don't need to be! This is undoubtedly a party album and the celebratory theme continues throughout the record.