Recently I was informed that the augmented 4th has historically been viewed as satanic or "the devil in music" and wanted to start a collection of relatively modern (say 20th century onwards) songs that include this rather strange three tone interval. I understand that this is used in jazz fairly frequently so I would like to discount most songs from this genre, on the other hand if a certain jazz song is particularly interesting in using augmented 4th chord patterns I'd love to hear about it!
So far I have found a small collection of songs/melodies that use the interval:
Britten's War Requiem touches on the F#-C tritone during the Requiem Aeternam in the knell of the chimes
The Beatles in Blue Jay Way, amongst a few others from Harrison
"The Song of Healing" from the video game "Majora's Mask"
Jimi Hendrix's Purple Haze
(Interestingly, though slightly off topic, while watching an episode of "The Clangers" one hears a tritonic scale used throughout)
Are there any other modern uses of this? Sorry if I have broken any unspoken rules over question asking here; this is my first post.