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|"My Angel Rocks Back and Forth"|
|Single by Four Tet|
|Released||3 May 2004|
|Four Tet singles chronology|
"My Angel Rocks Back and Forth" is a song by Four Tet, released on 3 May 2004 as a 12-inch single and CD single. The title track was originally part of Four Tet's previous album, Rounds . The CD edition comes with a bonus DVD of all of Four Tet's promotional videos to date.
The track was used as part of the soundtrack for Britney Spears's 2008 documentary, Britney: For the Record .
|1.||"My Angel Rocks Back and Forth" (album version)||5:11|
|2.||"My Angel Rocks Back and Forth" (Four Teas on English Time — Icarus remix)||7:20|
|3.||"First Thing/Chia" (The Space Between 3 and 7 — Isambard Khroustaliov remix)||5:21|
|4.||"I've Got Viking in Me"||2:16|
|5.||"All the Chimers"||3:16|
|1.||"My Angel Rocks Back and Forth" (directed by Woof Wan-Bau)||5:07|
|2.||"She Moves She" (directed by Dougal Wilson)||4:41|
|3.||"As Serious as Your Life" (directed by Ed Holdsworth)||4:48|
|4.||"No More Mosquitoes" (directed by Gordon Sharples)||3:38|
|UK Singles (OCC)||156|
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