The title track proved a massive European hit and worked its way into the American Top 40 as well. Although he only placed one more single in the U.S., Cerrone stayed popular on his native continent over the course of a career spanning a dozen albums.
He did, however, see a spike in his global popularity and recognition in the post-internet era, due in part to documentaries that helped define his contribution to disco.
Cerrone is back in 2019 with “The Impact”, a progressive house track, marking a return to his dance music roots, setting the tone for the album. This single refers to humanity’s effect on the environment and has a stark climate change-awareness message. Cerrone sampled a speech from the renowned ethnologist Jane Goodall.