My Friend (Groove Armada song)

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"My Friend"
Single by Groove Armada
from the album Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)
Released 5 November 2001
Format 12" vinyl, CD
Genre Downtempo, electronica, alternative rock
Length 5:00
Label Pepper, Jive
Writer(s) Keith Crouch, Glen McKinney, Bill Curtis, Richard Cornwell
Producer(s) Groove Armada
Groove Armada singles chronology
"My Friend"
"Purple Haze"

"My Friend" is a song by English electronica duo Groove Armada, released as the second single released from their third studio album, Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub) (2001). The song features vocals by Celetia Martin and contains a sample from "Gotta Learn How to Dance" by Fatback Band[citation needed] and samples a drum break from Skull Snaps' "It's a New Day". The lyrics are an interpolation from Brandy's 1995 hit "Best Friend". The song was featured in a Dutch television commercial for Royal Club soft drinks in 2002,[citation needed] which resulted in a re-release of the single in the Netherlands and a higher charting in the Dutch singles charts than the year before.[citation needed]

Track listings[edit]

  1. "My Friend"
  2. "My Friend (Dorfmeister vs. Madrid de los Austrias Dub)"
  3. "My Friend (Swag's Good Buddy Remix)"
12" vinyl
A1. "My Friend (Rabbit in the Moon's Old Soul Mix)" – 8:56
A2. "My Friend (Album Version)" – 4:53
B1. "My Friend (Dorfmeister vs. Madrid De Los Austrias Dub)" – 6:20
B2. "My Friend (Kinnder "Oneness" Mix)" – 6:20
C1. "My Friend (DJ Icey Around The Way Mix)" – 5:51
C2. "My Friend (Rabbit in the Moon Dub)" – 9:08
D1. "My Friend (Swag's Good Buddy Remix)" – 7:36
D2. "My Friend (Swag's Version Dub)" – 7:12

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2001/2002) Peak
UK Singles Chart[1] 36
Dutch GfK chart[2] 96
Italian Singles Chart[3] 10
New Zealand Singles Chart[4] 21
Chart (2002/2003) Peak
Dutch GfK chart[2] 20
Dutch Top 40[5] 16


  1. ^ "My Friend". Chart Stats. Retrieved 4 October 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Groove Armada - My Friend (Nummer)". Retrieved 4 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Groove Armada - My Friend (Song)". Retrieved 4 October 2011. 
  4. ^ "Groove Armada - My Friend (Song)". Retrieved 4 October 2011. 
  5. ^ "21 December 2002 Week 51". Retrieved 4 October 2011. 

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