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In October 2000, Texas released their first compilation album, The Greatest Hits.
The album featured tracks spanning their career, from their 1989 debut to the current day and included three new songs.
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.
Southside debuted at number three in the UK and number 88 on the US Billboard 200 album charts.
Despite the success of Southside, the follow-up albums Mothers Heaven (1991) and Ricks Road (1993) were less successful, peaking at #32 and #18 respectively in the UK.
They took their name from the 1984 Wim Wenders movie Paris, Texas.
The band released their debut album Southside in 1989, along with the debut single "I Don't Want a Lover" which was an international hit, reaching the top ten in the UK and other high charting positions in Europe.
"Halo", released in April 1997, peaked at #10, "Black Eyed Boy", released in July 1997, peaked at #5, and "Put Your Arms Around Me", released in November 1997, also peaked at #10.
The band released their debut album, Southside, in March 1989, which charted at No.
3 on the UK Album Charts and was certified Gold by the BPI.
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.74, making it their fifth single in a row to failed to break the Top 40.