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|"To Get Down"|
|Single by Timo Maas|
|from the album Loud|
|B-side||"To Get Down (Rock Thing)" (Timo's Dub Mix)|
|Timo Maas singles chronology|
"To Get Down" is a song performed by Timo Maas from his album Loud . featuring the vocals of Phil Barnes. It became a hit in the United Kingdom, peaking at No. 14 on the UK Singles Chart and topping the UK Dance and Indie charts. It also reached No. 4 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. The song is featured in the 2003 film The Italian Job and the 2002 video game FIFA Football 2003 ; the latter being remixed by Fatboy Slim.
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