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A second single, "Summer Son", was released in August 1999, reaching No.
5, the band's seventh UK Top 10 single at that point.
In 1998, the song was featured in the film Ever After: A Cinderella Story, starring Drew Barrymore.
The band then released a double A-sided single of "Insane" along with "Say What You Want (All Day, Every Day)" - a new version of the first hit from the album but now with additional rap vocals from the Wu-Tang Clan. White On Blonde became the pinnacle of the band's success, and was certified 6 x Platinum by the BPI for UK sales in excess of 1.8 million copies.
The single, which was not included on the album, was more successful and returned the band to the UK Top 20, peaking at No. Texas released their third album, Ricks Road in November 1993. The music video for "You Owe It All to Me" was directed by Dani Jacobs, and was filmed in Arizona and features Spiteri and Mc Erlaine filmed in the style of a road movie with the pair encountering another version of themselves along the way.
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.
Lead singer Sharleen Spiteri launched a solo career, releasing her debut solo album, Melody, in 2008.