Waters of Nazareth

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"Waters of Nazareth"
Single by Justice
from the album Cross
B-side
  • "Let There Be Light"
  • "Carpates"
Released 14 September 2005
Format
Recorded 2005
Genre
Length 4:25
Label Ed Banger
Writer(s)
  • Gaspard Augé
  • Xavier de Rosnay
Producer(s) Justice
Justice singles chronology
"Waters of Nazareth"
(2005)
"We Are Your Friends"
(2006)

"Waters of Nazareth" is a song by French electronic music duo Justice. It was released as their debut single and the lead single from their debut studio album, Cross, on 14 September 2005. It was released as a 12" and CD single with the original three songs. A 12" with remixes by DJ Funk, Erol Alkan, and Justice featuring Feadz was also released.

In popular culture[edit]

The song is featured on the ElectroChoc radio station on Grand Theft Auto IV. It was played in episode 5 of series 13 of Top Gear, when Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May drove three cheap rear wheel drive cars in an ice race in France. "Waters of Nazareth" also appears in Travis Rice's critically acclaimed snowboard film That's It, That's All. The song was also in the 2016 film "War Dogs" it was played during the intro of the movie.

Track listing[edit]

  • 12" (first release)
  1. "Waters of Nazareth"
  2. "Let There Be Light"
  3. "Carpates"
  • 12" and CD (second release)
  1. "Waters of Nazareth"
  2. "Let There Be Light"
  3. "Carpates"
  4. "Waters of Nazareth" (Justice remix)
  5. "Let There Be Light" (DJ Funk's Bounce Dat Ass remix)
  6. "Waters of Nazareth" (Erol Alkan's Durrr Durrr Durrrrrr re-edit)
  7. "Let There Be Light" (Breakbot remix) [Japan only bonus track]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Denmark (Tracklisten)[1] 15
France (SNEP)[2] 88

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