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Den döda vinkeln

"Den döda vinkeln"
Du & jag döden
Released August 31, 2005
Format CD
Genre Indie rock
Alternative rock
Label BMG Sweden/RCA
Producer Kent, with Stefan Boman
Kent singles chronology

"Palace & Main"
"Den döda vinkeln"
"Nålens öga"

Du & jag döden track listing
"Du är ånga"
"Den döda vinkeln"
"Du var min armé"

"Den döda vinkeln" (translation: The blind spot, literally: The dead angle) is a 2005 single by the band Kent, from the album Du & jag döden. It was released without a B-side, which made it less popular among Kent fans. The one track single was initially intended to be a promotion single only, but the record company decided to make it an official release party.

The single was number one in Sweden and reached number five in Finland.

Track listing

  1. Den Döda Vinkeln (Radio Edit) (4:05) (The Dead Angle (Radio Edit))

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