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They were founded in 1986 by Johnny Mc Elhone (formerly of the bands Altered Images and Hipsway) and Sharleen Spiteri on lead vocals.
Texas made their performing debut in March 1988 at the University of Dundee.
74, making it their fifth single in a row to failed to break the Top 40.
A third single from the album, "Alone with You", was released in January 1992 and reached No. Ironically, immediately following the disappointing performance of the album and its singles, Texas released a new cover version of the Al Green classic "Tired of Being Alone" in April 1992.
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.
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.In 1998, the song was featured in the film Ever After: A Cinderella Story, starring Drew Barrymore.