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W&W feat. Bree - Nowhere To Go

December 06, 2011
W&W make sure no time is wasted. Four years after their 'Mustang' burst onto the scene, the hands of time pointed to the next step in their young career: debut album 'Impact'. Now that Willem and Ward started following the big path to success, it's only a matter of enjoying the wild ride it takes them on. After premiering their first vocal single, 'Three O'Clock' feat. Ana Criada, dance land was pleasantly surprised to hear that the boys didn't only perform magic on big-room instrumentals, but also know how to get a floor moving with a pair of quality vocals. And so, W&W pleases the ears with another vocal anthem: 'Nowhere To Go'. Balancing all the goods of an energetic tech-trance instrumental with the powerful voice of US singer Bree, 'Nowhere To Go' takes you sky-high, right there on the dance floor. If you're longing for that tad bit of uplifting, try the Shogun remix. The US-based producer/DJ rocks 'Nowhere To Go' with a super-sizing trance stir, providing a tasty peak-timer on the side. Finnish producer Tom Fall completes the pack with a tricky but tasty prog-house remix, smashing the pack with heavy, distorted electro stabs, furious bass and a whole lot of peak-time trouble!


  1. 1. Nowhere To Go (Original Mix) (04:53)
  2. 2. Nowhere To Go (Shogun Remix) (08:07)
  3. 3. Nowhere To Go (Tom Fall Remix) (06:00)
  4. 4. Nowhere To Go (Radio Edit) (02:56)
  5. 5. Nowhere To Go (Alternative Radio Edit) (02:56)
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