Time After Time (Angel song)

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"Time After Time"
Single by Angel
from the album About Time
B-side "Ride or Die"
Released29 November 2012
Genre R&B
Label Universal Island Records
Songwriter(s) Sirach Charles, Alexander, Tommy Hittz, Theron Thomas, Timothy Thomas, James Abrahart
Angel singles chronology
"Time After Time"
"The World"

"Time After Time" is a song by British singer-songwriter Angel. It was first released in the United Kingdom on 29 November 2012 as the third single from his debut studio album About Time (2013). The song has peaked to number 41 on the UK Singles Chart and number 4 on the UK R&B Chart.


Music video

A music video to accompany the release of "Time After Time" was first released onto YouTube on 17 October 2012 at a total length of three minutes and forty-four seconds. [1]

Track listing

Digital Download
1."Time After Time"3:33
2."Time After Time" (Jamie Grind Remix)3:42
3."Time After Time" (Instrumental)3:31
4."Ride or Die" (feat. Misha B)3:19

Chart performance

Chart (2012)Peak
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)41
UK R&B (OCC) [2] 4

Release history

CountryRelease dateFormatLabel
United Kingdom29 November 2012Digital downloadUniversal Island Records

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