Thrill Has Gone

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"Thrill Has Gone"
Thrill Has Gone.jpg
Single by Texas
from the album Southside
B-side "Nowhere Left to Hide"
"Dimples"
Released 24 April 1989
Format CD Single, 7" & 12" vinyl
Recorded 1988
Length 3:32
Label Phonogram
TEX 2
Songwriter(s) McElhone / Spiteri
Producer(s) Tim Palmer
Texas singles chronology
"I Don't Want a Lover"
(1989)
"Thrill Has Gone"
(1989)
"Everyday Now"
(1989)

"I Don't Want a Lover"
(1989)
"Thrill Has Gone"
(1989)
"Everyday Now"
(1989)

"Thrill Has Gone" is the second single to be released from Texas' first album Southside. It failed to repeat the success of "I Don't Want a Lover", peaking at #60 on the UK Singles Chart.

Track listing[edit]

7" vinyl (TEX 2)[edit]

  1. "Thrill Has Gone" - 3:35
  2. "Nowhere Left to Hide" - 3:43

CD single and 12" vinyl (TEXCD 2 / TEX212 /TEXP212)[1][edit]

  1. "Thrill Has Gone" - 3:35
  2. "Nowhere Left to Hide" - 3:43
  3. "Dimples" - 3:14
  • Two 12" singles were issued. The regular version (TEX212) and one that included a free 'Thrill Has Gone' tour poster (TEXP212).[2]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1989) Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart[3] 60
New Zealand Singles Chart[4] 19
UK Singles Chart[5] 60

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