2 Unlimited ‎– Never Surrender

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1 Never Surrender (Radio Edit) 3:55
2 Never Surrender (Extended) 6:22
3 Never Surrender (Perpetual Motion Remix)
Remix – Perpetual MotionRemix, Producer [Additional] – Andy Manston, Julian Napolitano
8:01
4 Never Surrender (Milk Inc. Remix)
Remix – Milk Inc.Remix [Credited To], Mixed By – Ivo Donckers, Sven Maes
5:26
5 Never Surrender (Unlimited Mix)
Remix – Phil Wilde
6:51
6 Never Surrender (Unlimited Dub Mix)
Remix – Phil Wilde
4:46
7 Never Surrender (AJ Duncan's Wild Side Remix)
Remix – AJ DuncanRemix [Credited To] – Andy Janssens
6:40

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BYTE 059811-5 2 Unlimited Never Surrender(CD, Maxi) Byte Records BYTE 059811-5 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
SCBK589 2 Unlimited Never Surrender(CD, Maxi) Transistor Music SCBK589 Australia 1998 Sell This Version
BY 059811-12, BYTE 059811-12 2 Unlimited Never Surrender(12") Byte Records, Byte Records BY 059811-12, BYTE 059811-12 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
BNCD 918 2 Unlimited Never Surrender(CD, Maxi) Blanco Y Negro (2) BNCD 918 Spain 1998 Sell This Version
MX 918 (M) 2 Unlimited Never Surrender(12") Blanco Y Negro (2) MX 918 (M) Spain 1998 Sell This Version

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tonymasud

tonymasud

December 20, 2010
edited over 2 years ago

I remember buying this dirt cheap and it wasn't worth more than that. The nitty gritty was that 2 Unlimited was cheese but funny cheese and to this day people still mock Ray Slijngaard's 'lyrics'. But 2 Unlimited 2.0 was awful, musically it didn't have the hits that De Coster & Wilde could write and the vocalists were trying to be more than what they were but fell flat on their musical abilities. Not to mention that one of them had this annoying tendency to try to diva-scream like in this track.

This track was probably the best in the second phase of 2 Unlimited and that isn't saying a lot. Perpetual Motion's version is strongest on this and implements some acid twisting, not much vocal use but still a bit too much. For the other mixes Milk Inc. delves into cliches and Phil Wilde beefs up the original.

Andy Janssen aka AJ Duncan/X-Out does the most off kilter version on this. Andy Janssen's remixes on 2 Unlimited, CB Milton and a few others were the secret weapon on most singles as they were quite cracking. On this track Janssen keeps the one vocal line from the original that is tolerable and works it over some funky big beat-sounding breaks. Not on par with the remixes of 'It's A Loving Thing' and 'Maximum Overdrive' but decent stuff.