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|"Thru the Glass"|
|Single by Thirteen Senses|
|from the album Falls in the Dark|
|B-side||"No Other Life is Attractive"|
|Released||1 March 2004|
|Thirteen Senses singles chronology|
|"Thru the Glass"|
|Single by Thirteen Senses|
|from the album The Invitation|
|Released||10 January 2005|
|Thirteen Senses singles chronology|
"Thru the Glass" is a song by Cornish alternative rock band Thirteen Senses from their debut album, The Invitation . It was originally released on 1 March 2004 as their debut single on Vertigo Records but did not chart. It was later re-released as the third single from The Invitation in the United Kingdom on 10 January 2005. The re-release peaked at No. 18 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 91 in the Netherlands.
The limited-edition single was released on compact disc and 7-inch vinyl formats. Both tracks of the original release are remixed and remastered from the Falls in the Dark demo album sessions.
Limited 7-inch single
Limited 7-inch single
|Netherlands (Single Top 100)||91|
|UK Singles (OCC)||18|
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