2 Unlimited ‎– No One

PWL International ‎– PWCD314, PWL International ‎– 4509 97741 2
CD, Single

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1 No One (Radio Edit) 3:29
2 No One (Unlimited Remix) 5:29
3 No One (Extended) 5:26
4 No One (X-Out Remix)
Remix – X-Out
5 No One (X-Out In Dub Remix)
Remix – X-Out

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Mastered at Transfermation.
Made in England.
Taken from the album "Real Things".

℗ 1994 PWL International Ltd
© 1994 Byte Records Belgium

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS S PWCD 314 01 2 UNLIMITED
  • Barcode: 745099774127

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BYTE 5033 2 Unlimited No One(CD, Maxi, Ver) Byte Records BYTE 5033 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
PWLT 314 2 Unlimited No One(12") PWL International PWLT 314 UK 1994 Sell This Version
11.70.7005 2 Unlimited No One(CD, Maxi) Vidisco 11.70.7005 Portugal 1994 Sell This Version
190 724.2, 190724 2 2 Unlimited No One(CD, Single) Scorpio Music, Scorpio Music 190 724.2, 190724 2 France 1994 Sell This Version
ZYX 7425-8 2 Unlimited No One(CD, Maxi) ZYX Music ZYX 7425-8 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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September 17, 2007

2 Unlimited were not really innovative by adding reggae vibes to their classic Eurodance sound. Ice MC, Loft, Fun Factory and even Ace Of Base were already on the charts with similar records at the time. However, the catchy melody made it popular too.
The remixes on this are all horrible. All made to fit the club standards of that period; gimmick after gimmick. Do you think the sound of the bird in the X-Out mixes is there with no reason? No. It was added to be most likely mixed with "Tree Frog" by Hope, a hit at the time of release of 'No One'. It contains the same bird sample.
In a Eurodance set, the radio or extended versions might be the only valuable mixes to play.
On an European release, similar to this one (on Byte Records), there are 2 other remixes of 'No One' by Doc Baron and The It. None of them are really impressive. If you have 7 minutes to play something, you can certainly find better.