Adonis ‎– No Way Back (The Advent Remixes)

Trax Records ‎– TRXUK002
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A No Return Part I 7:31
B No Return Part II 7:38

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Other Versions (5 of 25) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TX112 Adonis No Way Back(12", Red) Trax Records TX112 US 1986 Sell This Version
354616 Adonis No Way Back(2xFile, WAV) Trax Records 354616 US Unknown
TX 112 Adonis No Way Back(12", RE, whi) Trax Records TX 112 US 2000 Sell This Version
TX112 Adonis No Way Back(12", RE, RM) Trax Records TX112 UK 2014 Sell This Version
TX112 Adonis No Way Back(12", Bla) Trax Records TX112 US 1986 Sell This Version


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September 16, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
The second release on Trax record's UK sister label sees the merging of Chicago and London flavors/flavours, with a remix of Adonis' classic from 1986...
10 years on and The Advent is given the honour here - and who better to do the business on UK soil, than the very duo who this same year released the LP 'Elements of Life', a landmark in UK techno history.

Ok, this isn't the most exciting of remixes, but it's solid dancefloor workout, and it respects the original in its pace and composition. You only need to listen to 'Elements...' to see that these remixes are in fact, quite a housey affair after all!


January 22, 2004
Why can't The Advent artists make a own techno track for the purpose to use it for sets of the hard techno fraction? They put together what does not belongs to each other, hard drumpatterns over a soulful house classic!!! This record doesn't belong into a hard techno set. What I stated in my
comment above. I guess there was a good offer with cash for do remixes or the prestige to be able to tell having remixed this legendary old classic...


January 16, 2004
edited over 8 years ago

this is a great remix. not a replacement for the original, but the advent treatment lets it be worked into faster techno sets.


March 25, 2002
No. That is such a nonsense to belive to remix an holy original track is a must. The essence of these records get lost for the price to make it compatible for the dancefloors nowadays. Is money the reason? I don't know.
However, take the original, only about 5% of following remakes and remixes are able to top the blueprint.