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|"No Way Out"|
|Single by Phil Collins|
|from the album Brother Bear: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack|
|Released||March 22, 2004|
|Label||Walt Disney Records|
|Producer(s)|| Phil Collins |
|Phil Collins singles chronology|
"No Way Out" is a song by the singer-songwriter Phil Collins from the Brother Bear film soundtrack.
Two different versions of the song are placed onto the Brother Bear soundtrack. One is 4:18 minutes long and rock-driven, while the other is 2:37 minutes long and a more mellow keyboard-driven version.
The scene where the song is heard is when Kenai remorsefully admits to Koda that he killed his mother when he was a human. Koda runs away, heartbroken by the loss of his mother.
The song was also performed by Phil Collins in various other languages besides English, namely German, French, Spanish, Italian and Japanese.
GenesisNews said the song is a "compact...strong ballad" and reminiscent of older Phil Collins songs such as "I Wish It Would Rain Down" due to its "speed, harmonies and female backing vocals".Allmusic deemed it "forgettable ". Some critics were not fond of its use in the final film, as it drowned out the dialogue in what was supposed to be the movie's emotional highpoint.
|German Singles Chart||74|
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