Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams ‎– Don't Give Up

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Xtravaganza Recordings ‎– XTRAV912
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Don't Give Up (Original Mix) 8:36
B Don't Give Up (Disco Citizens Vs. Tomski Remix)
Producer [Additional] – Nick Bracegirdle, TomskiRemix – Disco Citizens, Tomski
9:49

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Published by copyright control (Chicane, Baddams Music Co./Sony/ATV and 19/BMG).
Under exclusive license from modena records ltd.
Bryan Adams appears courtesy of A&M Records Ltd.
℗ 2000 Xtravaganza Recordings ltd.
© 2000 Xtravaganza Recordings ltd.
Made in England.

Track lengths given on the vinyl are in the wrong order, the correct track lengths are as listed.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 038892 000919 >
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): XTRAV 912 A WALLY.C. MASTERPIECE FSV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): XTRAV 912 B FSV

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XTRAV9CDS Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams - Don't Give Up(CD, Single) Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV9CDS UK 2000 Sell This Version
XTRAV4412 Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams - Don't Give Up 2004(12") Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV4412 UK 2004 Sell This Version
XTRAV44CDS Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams - Don't Give Up 2004(CD, Single) Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV44CDS UK 2004 Sell This Version
XTR 668912 6 Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams - Don't Give Up(12") Xtravaganza Recordings XTR 668912 6 UK 2000 Sell This Version
XTR 668912 1, 6689121000 Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams - Don't Give Up(CD, Single) Xtravaganza Recordings, Xtravaganza Recordings XTR 668912 1, 6689121000 Europe 2000 Sell This Version

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BassDrivenEmotion

April 14, 2010
Bryan Adams was initially left off the vocal credits when "Don't Give Up" was very first released. In an interview with the BBC, Nick Bracegirdle admitted that he had deliberately left Bryan Adams out of the vocal credits as a wind up to all the "cool, niche, anal, DJs" who would never knowingly play something featuring someone un-cool such as Bryan Adams. It was only after the track gained popularity (the track eventually became a UK No.1) that Adams was added to the vocal credits, by which time the track was a massive hit, forcing DJ's to put their petty prejudices aside, and proving Bracegirdle point that "you could take someone who is tremendously un-cool and put them on a cool record and it works"