- Release Date 2011-04-19
- Label Broken Records / DontFixIt Music
- Catalog BR1111
Natalie was inspired by the original Pat Benatar version that she listened to and loved as a kid. She wanted to transform a classic rock tune into an accessible, modern dance track with a remix package suitable for all dance floors. Enlisting the production assistance of James Edwards and securing Trudi Masiamo on vocals, Natalie proceeded to create a masterpiece!
She didnt discriminate while she sought out remixes across a few different genres of House, Trance, Progressive and Electronic music. Lyrically and emotionally the track is something which means a lot to her personally. She feels clubbers and music lovers can relate to this track because at some point in their lives she believes everyone feels this way.
When I start projects and tunes I always go with my heart, because it is important to me that I really feel what I am making and that I love it. It was a unique choice of track and I have had an amazing response from UK clubbers, Europe and Sweden where I gig on a regular basis, says Natalie.
The Doctor Riboh Radio Mix is commercial friendly version the delivers accessibility perfectly and the Citizen 42 Remix is haunting with great production. Natalies own Original and Lost Girl Mixes deliver a darker tech trance side and with the Original greatly supported by the more underground scene in London and the rest of Europe!
Let the Battle begin!