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"Surrender" Single by Electric Light Orchestra from the album A New World Record Released September 4, 2006 Format Promo CD, download Recorded Early 1980's Musicland Studios, Munich 2006 Genre Rock music Length 2:34 Label Epic Records Writer(s) Jeff Lynne Producer Jeff Lynne Electric Light Orchestra singles chronology "Moment in Paradise" (2001) "Surrender" (2006) "Latitude 88 North" (2007) A New World Record track listing "Telephone Line" (different vocal) (10) "Surrender" (11) "Tightrope" (instrumental early rough mix) (12) "Surrender" is a song by the Electric Light Orchestra, and was released as a bonus track on the 2006 remastered version of their 1976 studio album A New World Record. Originally the track was written in '76 for a film that was eventually cancelled[1]. In 2006 Jeff Lynne finished the song and included it in the remastered version of the album A New World Record. The song became the band's first new single release in twenty years and the first download from the band available on the iTunes Store. Eventually charting at #81 in the UK Singles Chart, "Surrender" was the band's first song to chart since "Getting to the Point". Chart positions Chart (2006) Peak Position UK Singles Chart[2] 81 References ^ Lynne, Jeff. "ftmusic.com". http://ftmusic.com/anewworldrecord/lyrics.html. Retrieved 2007-07-29.  ^ "Chart Stats - Electric Light Orchestra". chartstats.com. http://www.chartstats.com/artistinfo.php?id=2340. Retrieved 2010-08-05.  External links Reissue Promo - Surrender - information page at ftmusic.com about CD promo's and digital artwork. v · d · eElectric Light Orchestra singles discography 1970s 1972: "10538 Overture" • "Mr. Radio" • 1973: "Roll Over Beethoven" • "Showdown" • 1974: "Ma-Ma-Ma Belle/Daybreaker" • "Can't Get It Out of My Head" • 1975: "Boy Blue" • "Evil Woman" • 1976: "Nightrider" • "Strange Magic" • "Livin' Thing" • 1977: "Rockaria!" • "Do Ya • "Telephone Line" • "Turn to Stone" • 1978: "Mr. Blue Sky" • "Wild West Hero • "Sweet Talkin' Woman" • "It's Over" • "The ELO EP" • 1979: "Shine a Little Love" • "The Diary of Horace Wimp" • "Don't Bring Me Down" • "Confusion"/"Last Train to London" 1980s 1980: "I'm Alive" • "Xanadu" • "All Over the World" • "Don't Walk Away" • 1981: "Hold on Tight" • "Twilight" • 1982: "Here Is the News"/"Ticket to the Moon" • "Rain Is Falling" • "The Way Life's Meant to Be" • 1983: "Rock 'n' Roll Is King" • "Secret Messages" • "Four Little Diamonds" • "Stranger" • 1986: "Calling America" • "So Serious" • "Getting to the Point" 1990s 1990: "Destination Unknown" 2000s 2001: "Alright" • "Moment in Paradise" • 2006: "Surrender" • 2007: "Latitude 88 North" Book:Electric Light Orchestra This 2000s rock song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e