|3||Addicted to you|
|5||Get Outta My Head|
|7||Sleep In Silence|
|16||Wouldn't Do It Again|
|24||Let Me Be|
Intwine was a Dutch rock band formed in 2001 by five students of the Tilburg Rockacademie.
The band received nationwide notoriety in the Netherlands after lead singer Roger Peterson's participation in the Idols talent show in 2002. Subsequently, Intwine charted the Dutch Top 40 five times, with "Happy?" (#3) and "Cruel Man" (#7) being their major hits. During their nine-year career they released four studio albums: Intwine (2003), Perfect (2004), Pyrrhic Victory (2006) and Kingdom of Contradiction (2009).
On October 16, 2010, Intwine revealed their breakup through its website. The group's last line-up consisted of Roger Peterson (vocals), Jacob Streefkerk (guitar), Jon Symons (guitar) and Eric Spring in 't Veld (drums).