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|"Thrill Has Gone"|
|Single by Texas|
|from the album Southside|
|Released||24 April 1989|
|Label|| Phonogram |
|Songwriter(s)||McElhone / Spiteri|
|Texas singles chronology|
"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.
|Australian Singles Chart||60|
|New Zealand Singles Chart||19|
|UK Singles Chart||60|
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