Summer Son

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"Summer Son"
Single by Texas
from the album The Hush
B-side "Don't You Want Me" (Live)
Released 16 August 1999
Format CD single, 7" vinyl
Recorded 1999
Genre Pop rock, alternative rock
Length 4:06
Label Mercury
MERCD 520
Writer(s) McElhone / Spiteri / Campbell / Hodgens
Producer(s) Johnny Mac
Texas singles chronology
"In Our Lifetime"
(1998)
"Summer Son"
(1999)
"When We Are Together"
(1999)

"Summer Son" is a song by Scottish band Texas and was the second single to be taken from the album The Hush.[1] The song was released on 16 August 1999 in the UK and reached #5 on the Official UK Singles Chart. It remains one of the band's most known releases, partly because of the controversy surrounding the accompanying sexually implicit video.

Track listing[edit]

CD1 (MERCD 520) [2][edit]

  1. "Summer Son" (Enhanced Version) - 4:06
  2. "Don't You Want Me" (Live at Glastonbury 99) - 5:15
  3. "Summer Son" (Giorgio Moroder Radio Mix) - 3:42
  • Enhanced CD includes video and photo gallery.

CD2 (MERDD 520) [3][edit]

  1. "Summer Son" - 4:06
  2. "Summer Son" (Giorgio Moroder Alternative 12") - 5:17
  3. "Summer Son" (Tee's Freeze Mix) - 7:30

Charts[4][edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 5

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