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Many years later in 2010, it was nominated for the BRIT Awards "Best Album in the Past 25 Years".In April 1999, Texas released the first single from their forthcoming fifth studio album. 4 on the UK Singles Charts and was also included on the Notting Hill film soundtrack that year.A new single, "In Demand" was released on 2 October 2000 and reached No.6 in the UK, with a video that featured the actor Alan Rickman.Follow up album, The Hush (1999) was also successful, debuting at number one on the UK album charts and certified triple platinum.The band's Greatest Hits album, released in 2000, was another big seller, again debuting at number one and also being certified six-times platinum.It was included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997", and voted the 86th best album of all time by Q Magazine readers in 1998.It also ranked #34 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime", as well being included in Q's "90 Best Albums of the 1990s".
To date it has been certified six-times platinum in the UK.
When The Greatest Hits was released, it became the band's third consecutive album to debut at No. A second new single from the collection, "Inner Smile", was released at the end of 2000, also reaching No. The video for "Inner Smile" featured a homage to Elvis Presley (and specifically his '68 Comeback Special shows) with lead singer Sharleen Spiteri dressed and made up to look like Elvis in his famous black leather suit.
In July 2001, a remix of "I Don't Want A Lover" was released which made the UK Top 20.
However, three further singles from the album all failed to make the UK Top 40, with "Thrill Has Gone" reaching No. 44 (though reaching the Top 30 in France), and "Prayer for You" stalling at No. The band's second album, Mothers Heaven, was released in September 1991.
It was preceded by the single "Why Believe in You", but this failed to reach the UK Top 40 stalling at No. This did not bode well for the album, which itself peaked at No. A second single, "In My Heart", fared worse and became Texas's lowest charting single in the UK, reaching No.
The band released their debut album, Southside, in March 1989, which charted at No.