Don't Stop the Music is the third and only studio album that was recorded with the second line-up of the Swedish girlband Play. It is the first album by the group to feature vocals from then new member Janet Leon, who replaced founding member and lead singer Faye Hamlin. In fact, many of the album's tracks are believed to have been originally recorded with Faye, as many years later an alternative version of Another Love Story was released featuring her vocals.
It was released on 9 March 2004. This was the group's least successful album and did not chart on Billboard. It is by far, Play's lowest selling album to date as of August 2008 compared to that of "Replay" and the RIAA certified Gold album "Play"