Trust It is the fifth studio album by the Italian house music producer Vito Lucente under the stage name Junior Jack, released on 9 February 2004 by PIAS Recordings, Noise Traxx and Nettwerk America. It is his first album to use the Junior Jack name.

Trust It
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Studio album by
Released9 February 2004
ProducerJunior Jack
Singles from Trust It
  1. "Thrill Me"
    Released: 2002
  2. "E Samba"
    Released: 2003
  3. "Da Hype (feat. Robert Smith)"
    Released: 2003
  4. "Stupidisco"
    Released: 14 June 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3.5/5 stars [1]

Track listingEdit

All tracks are written by Vito Lucente, except where noted.

1."Intro" 1:01
2."Trust It"Lucente, Okundji6:00
3."Da Hype"Lucente, Orlando6:50
4."Stupidisco"Lucente, Innis, Lorber5:07
5."F*** the System" 0:21
6."The Roots"Byrd4:25
7."Alone"Mosley, Douglass, Major5:24
8."Hola" 4:12
9."E Samba"Lucente, DeCastro, Velho6:36
10."Luv 2 U"McDaniels6:21
11."Thrill Me" (with Erick Morillo and Terra Deva)Lucente, Andre5:54
12."Depression" 5:18
13."Do It" 3:49
14."Must Be the Darkness"Lucente, Masumbuko5:46
15."Da Hype" (featuring Robert Smith)Lucente, Orlando, Smith5:42
  • The CD version of the album features a hidden track. The track can be heard by playing the beginning of track one and then using the rewind/search button to go back 1:52.


"Stupidisco", contains a sample in the 1985 song by the Pointer Sisters, "Dare Me".

"Luv 2 U", contains a chorus sample in the 1974 song cover by Roberta Flack, "Feel Like Makin' Love". The original version of "Feel Like Makin' Love" is written by Eugene McDaniels.

"Da Hype", contains a sample in the 1982 song by Bobby Orlando, "I'm So Hot for You".

"E-Samba" contains a sample in a 1967 song by Jadir DeCastro, "Negra Sin Sandalia" (Negra Sem Sandalia).

"The Roots" contains a sample from a 1975 song by Donald Byrd, "Change" (Makes You Want to Hustle).

"Alone" contains a sample in the 1999 song by Ginuwine, "Same Ol' G"

"It Must Be Darkness" contains a sample from a 1981 song by Blue Feather, "It's Love".


Chart (2004) Peak
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[2] 32
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[3] 57
French Albums (SNEP)[4] 123


  1. ^ Jeffries, David. "Junior Jack: Trust It > Review" at AllMusic. Retrieved 28 September 2011.
  2. ^ " – Junior Jack – Trust It" (in Dutch). Hung Medien.
  3. ^ " – Junior Jack – Trust It" (in French). Hung Medien.
  4. ^ " – Junior Jack – Trust It". Hung Medien.