|"Timewarp / Join the Dots"|
|Single by Sub Focus|
|from the album Sub Focus|
|Released||16 June 2008|
|Genre||Drum and bass|
|Sub Focus singles chronology|
"Timewarp / Join the Dots" is the first single from drum and bass artist Sub Focus to be released from the self-titled debut album Sub Focus . The single managed to reach number 92 on the UK Singles Chart and number seven on the UK Dance Chart.
|2.||"Join the Dots"||4:46|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||92|
|United Kingdom||16 June 2008||Digital download|
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