Scottish-based electronic dance act the Nightcrawlers is based around DJ, producer, and vocalist John Reid (born September 6, 1963). The act released the single "Living Inside a Dream" in 1992, but failed to gain any commercial success, and it wasn't until "Push the Feeling On" that Reid achieved a Top Ten hit on the U.S. dance singles chart. The track was re-formed by Marc Kinchen with his "Dub of Doom" remix, which reached number 22 on the U.K. singles chart in 1994. For the four following singles, Reid worked very closely with Kinchen, and all the singles featured Kinchen remixes: "Surrender Your Love" (U.K. number seven), "Don't Let the Feeling Go" (U.K. number 13) "Let's Push It" (U.K number 23), and "Should I Push It (Fall in Love)" (U.K number 34). It was a few years before "Never Knew Love" was released in 1999, but failed to enter the charts. "Push the Feeling On" was again remixed and re-released, this time by RCA and Rosabot, and went into the U.S. dance charts at number one. The next single, "Cryin' Over You," was released in 2011, featuring vocalist Taio Cruz. Reid is also a songwriter and has written songs for the likes of Westlife, Rod Stewart, and Tina Turner. ~ James Pearce, Rovi