Push ‎– The Real Anthem

Bonzai Records ‎– BR98137
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A Universal Nation 10:13
B Prisma 6:29

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Published by BMG Universal Music Publishing (Bonzai Music) 1998
Made in Belgium

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 413647 023915
  • Rights Society: SABAM

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
563 401-1 Push Universal Nation(12") Airplay Records, Podis 563 401-1 France 1998 Sell This Version
7002415 Push Universal Nation(CD, Single) ID&T 7002415 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
BTI 035 Push The Real Anthem(12") Bonzai Trance Progressive Italy BTI 035 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
VLMX 243 Push Universal Nation(12") Electropolis VLMX 243 Spain 1998 Sell This Version
BM-2008-214 Push Universal Nation - Original + Remixes(17xFile, MP3, 320) Bonzai Music BM-2008-214 Belgium 2008


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April 25, 2014
paul oakenfold played it at Home sydney 17 01 1999 on his essential mix world tour .towards the end of the set i think tomcraft followd it .. oakey all the way !


April 22, 2013
I wonder why the Universal Nation DJ Montana remix was never released oficially, it's really good. Only heard it on Tiesto Live @ Spacemountain II Mission Paris (16-04-2005)


August 5, 2008

Universal Nation was indeed one of the most memorable tracks ever in the trance scene and even further... MIKE did a nice masterpiece, and the tune is still fresh in everybody's memory. The amount of remixes afterwards even boosted the track. Now 10 years later, Banshee/Bonzai is holding a contest where you can remix of their classic tracks. Universal Nation is one of them, I'm curious what people will do with a 2008 version.


September 16, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
"Universal Nation" was probably the stand out track of the year 1998 for loads of people. I've always liked the deep drive that 'pushes' the melody on this epic slammer. It feels as if the artist (officially named Dirk and not Mike at that time) had something to get off his chest, a tune from the gut. And that's exactly what was the case the evening this track was produced. Dirk had a big argument with his girlfriend and in the heat of the moment when emotions got a bit too strong he took off to the studio in order to cool down and to get some things straight. A few hours later Universal Nation was all set up. The rest is history.