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Nothing Can Stop Us (song)

"Nothing Can Stop Us"
Single by Saint Etienne
from the album Foxbase Alpha
A-side "Nothing Can Stop Us"
B-side "Speedwell"
Released May 6, 1991
Format 7", 12", CD
Genre Indie pop
Label Heavenly Records - HVN9
Writer(s) Stanley/Wiggs
Saint Etienne singles chronology

"Kiss and Make Up"
"Nothing Can Stop Us"
"Join Our Club"

Nothing Can Stop Us is the third single by Saint Etienne. Released by Heavenly Records in 1991, it is the first release to feature Sarah Cracknell, who would continue to front the band from this release on. "Nothing Can Stop Us" reached the number one spot on the American dance charts for one week. The song is based on a looped sample from Dusty Springfield's recording of "I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face".

"Nothing Can Stop Us" was released as a double A side with "Speedwell". As such, "Speedwell" takes lead track duty on the remix 12" single with the Flying Mix and Project Mix.

The American remixes were done by the Masters At Work team of Kenny "Dope" Gonzales and Little Louie Vega.

In 1994, Saint Etienne produced a new version of the song for Kylie Minogue, which was released as a b-side on her single "Confide in Me".


7": Heavenly / HVN9

No. Title Length
1. "Nothing Can Stop Us"   3:58
2. "Speedwell"   6:31
  • also released on 12" (HVN9 12)

12": Heavenly / HVN9 12R

No. Title Length
1. "Speedwell (Flying Mix)"   3:58
2. "Speedwell (Project Mix)"   6:31
3. "Nothing Can Stop Us (Instrumental)"    
4. "3D Tiger"    

12": Warner Bros. / 9 40395-0

No. Title Length
1. "Nothing Can Stop Us (twelve inch remix)"   4:55
2. "Nothing Can Stop Us (kenlou dub)"   5:52
3. "Nothing Can Stop Us (bonus beats)"    
4. "Nothing Can Stop Us (house mix)"   4:50
5. "Nothing Can Stop Us (masters at work dub)"   5:15
6. "Speedwell"   6:32

CD: Heavenly / HVN9CD

No. Title Length
1. "Nothing Can Stop Us"   3:58
2. "Speedwell"   6:31
3. "Nothing Can Stop Us (Instrumental)"   4:16

CD: Warner Bros. / 9 40395-2

No. Title Length
1. "Nothing Can Stop Us (single remix)"   3:58
2. "Nothing Can Stop Us (twelve inch remix)"   4:55
3. "Nothing Can Stop Us (house mix)"   4:50
4. "Speedwell"   6:32
5. "Nothing Can Stop Us (kenlou dub)"   5:52
6. "Nothing Can Stop Us (masters at work dub)"   5:15
Preceded by
"Keep on Walkin'" by CeCe Peniston
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single
July 4, 1992
Succeeded by
"Surrender Yourself" by The Daou


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