After a comparatively long period of negotiations, Kim Wilde finally signed a new record deal with the German division of EMI records in late 2005. In July 2006, it was confirmed that a new album, entitled 'Never Say Never', would be released in Germany on 8th September 2006. The album was since released in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Poland, South Africa and Japan.
A single, a re-working of Kim's 1988 hit 'You Came' preceded the album and was released in Germany on 18th August 2006 where it reached no. 20 - her biggest hit there since 1988 (Never trust a stranger). In Austria it reached no. 24, in Belgium no. 33, Finland no. 24, Sweden no. 25, Italy no. 36, Netherlands no. 26, Poland no. 25 and Switzerland no. 19. Kim had announced that the sound of the album would be strongly reminiscent of her earlier work. It is a 14 track album, with eight new songs and six new versions of some earlier hits.
The track listing contained a reworking of her biggest hits 'You keep me hangin' on', this time as a duet with Nena, and 'Kids in America', as a duet with Charlotte Hatherley. Cambodia appears as a bonus track in a remix by Paul Oakenfold. The album was a success and reached the top 20 in several European countries. The second single from the album was 'Perfect Girl', released in November 2006 and voted for by her fans through a poll on Kim's official website. 'Perfect girl' spent 9 weeks in the German singles top 100 reaching no. 52. It was also released in Belgium, Switzerland and (download only) in the Netherlands. The third single 'Together we belong' will be released in March 2007.
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