Surrender is the third album from The Chemical Brothers and was released on June 22, 1999. It features Noel Gallagher (Oasis), Hope Sandoval (ex Mazzy Star) and Bernard Sumner (New Order) as guest vocalists.
Surrender was a 1971 album by singer Diana Ross, her third solo LP for the Motown label.
Surrender is a Sarah Brightman-Andrew Lloyd Webber collaborative album released in 1995, a precursor to "The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection (1997)," "Encore (2002)," and "Love Changes Everything (2005)," but a successor to "Sarah Brightman Sings the Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber (1992)."
"Surrender" is the debut album from U.K. R&B star Javine. The album, a mix of R&B, hip hop, and pop was released on 28 June 2004 after being delayed from November 2003.
"Surrender (Your Love)" is the second single by UK R&B star Javine. The single, which features a sample of Diana Ross's "Surrender", reached the #15 in the UK singles chart.
Surrender is the third album by Jeff Deyo. It was recorded live at Parachute music festival 05.
Surrender is a song by the Electric Light Orchestra. It is a bonus track on the 2006 remastered version of their album A New World Record.
"Surrender" is a 1987 single released by British jazz-pop/sophisti-pop act Swing Out Sister as a follow-up to the successful single "Breakout". It peaked at number seven on the UK charts. It featured a trumpet solo performed by John Thirkell.
"Surrender" is a Cheap Trick song originally released on 30 January 1978 on the album Heaven Tonight. It also prominently featured on the live album At Budokan. It is a late 1970s teen anthem, describing the relations between the baby boomer narrator and his G.I. generation parents.