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|Single by Thirsty Merc|
|from the album Slideshows|
|Released||8 December 2007 (digital download)|
5 April 2008 (CD single)
|Label||Warner Music Group|
|Thirsty Merc singles chronology|
Limited Edition CD Single
"Those Eyes" was the third single from Thirsty Merc's second album Slideshows . It was initially only released as a digital download on 8 December 2007, but, due to overwhelming request, was released as a limited edition CD single on 5 April 2008.
The single charted at #53 in its debut week, shipping all 5000 units of its one and only limited edition shipment. It was reported to both ARIA and Warner Music Australia that all 5000 units of the single sold out within six weeks of being released. It is now an extremely rare collectable item.
Track listing for the CD single remained the same as the digital EP release.
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart||53|
|Australian Airplay Chart||33|
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