|A1||Nothing Can Stop Us (Censored Album Version)|
|A2||Nothing Can Stop Us (Radio Remix)|
|B1||Nothing Can Stop Us (Censored Album Version)|
|B2||Nothing Can Stop Us (Radio Remix)|
|AS1-9864||Serious-Lee-Fine||Nothing Can Stop Us (7", Single)||Arista||AS1-9864||US||1989|
|AD1-9865, ADI-9865||Serious-Lee-Fine||Nothing Can Stop Us (12", Single)||Arista, Arista||AD1-9865, ADI-9865||US||1989|
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Nothing Can Stop Us Serious Lee Fine. You Never Amount To Anything If You Don't Go To) Collage (A Fortuitous John Lee Hooker.
It's All About Love from Serious-Lee-Fine (1990) (12''). More Albums by Serious-Lee-Fine. Nothing Can Stop UsSerious-Lee-Fine.
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"
Discover all Serious-Lee-Fine's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Tracks Sampled by Serious-Lee-Fine (1). 1 sample. Everybody Playz the Fool (1989). Everybody Plays the Fool by The Main Ingredient (1972).
The album featured the hit single "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now", and the Top 10 hit "It's Not Over ('Til It's Over)", the former of which was included on the soundtrack of the fantasy comedy movie Mannequin and the latter of which was a tune originally performed the previous year by one-time Manfred Mann's Earth Band frontman Chris Thompson for Playing for Keeps soundtrack