|Single by Danny Byrd featuring Netsky|
|from the album Rave Digger|
|B-side||"Judgement Day VIP"|
|Released||6 February 2011|
|Genre||Drum and bass, electronic|
|Danny Byrd singles chronology|
|Netsky singles chronology|
"Tonight" is a song by drum and bass DJ, producer and musician Danny Byrd featuring fellow Hospital Records artist Netsky. It is the fourth single released from his third album Rave Digger. The song was released on 6 February 2011 for digital download and on 12" vinyl on 7 February 2011. The single peaked at number 91 on the UK Singles Chart and number 11 on the UK Dance Chart. It also got featured in Need For Speed The Run for the Nintendo Wii and 3DS
|1.||"Tonight" (feat. Netsky)||5:43|
|2.||"Judgement Day VIP" (feat. Cyantific & I-Kay)||5:04|
|1.||"Tonight" (feat. Netsky)||5:52|
|2.||"Judgement Day VIP" (feat. Cyantific & I-Kay)||4:54|
|3.||"Tonight" (feat. Netsky; MJ Cole remix)||6:24|
|4.||"Tonight" (feat. Netsky; Cutline remix)||5:13|
|5.||"Tonight" (feat. Netsky; Radio Edit)||3:35|
|6.||"Tonight" (feat. Netsky; MJ Cole Instrumental remix)||6:23|
|Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)||25|
|UK Dance (OCC)||11|
|UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)||91|
|United Kingdom||6 February 2011||Digital download||Hospital Records||B004GER996|
|7 February 2011||12"||B004FFJG88|
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