Thrill Has Gone

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"Thrill Has Gone"
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Single by Texas
from the album Southside
  • "Nowhere Left to Hide"
  • "Dimples"
Released24 April 1989
Label Phonogram
Songwriter(s) McElhone / Spiteri
Producer(s) Tim Palmer
Texas singles chronology
"I Don't Want a Lover"
"Thrill Has Gone"
"Everyday Now"

"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

7" vinyl (TEX 2)

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

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

  1. "Thrill Has Gone" - 3:35
  2. "Nowhere Left to Hide" - 3:43
  3. "Dimples" - 3:14


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

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