Still a Thrill

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"Still a Thrill"
Single by Jody Watley
from the album Jody Watley
Released April 27, 1987
Genre Pop, soul, Funk
Length 4:41
Label MCA
Writer(s) André Cymone, Jody Watley
Producer(s) André Cymone, David Z.
Jody Watley singles chronology
"Looking for a New Love"
"Still a Thrill"
"Don't You Want Me"

"Still a Thrill" was the second single from singer Jody Watley's self-titled debut album.


While the #56(US) peaking "Still a Thrill" didn't necessarily match the pop chart success of its blockbuster predecessor, "Looking for a New Love", it was, however, a major hit on both the R&B and dance charts in 1987. Watley employed a deep lower register on this uptempo R&B / dance song, which she co-wrote. It was produced by Andre Cymone and David Z.


Indie Neo-soulsters, Soulscream, covered "Still a Thrill" on their 2001 album, Prototype @lpha1 2001 Neophunk. Synth-pop artist, Matthew Duffy, covered "Still a Thrill" on his album, Here I Come.


Chart (1987) Peak
New Zealand Singles Chart[1] 46
UK Singles Chart 77
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 56
U.S. Billboard Hot Black Singles 3
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 8
Year-End Charts (1987) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot Black Singles[2] 48


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