23 Songs, 1 Hour 22 Minutes


Apple Digital Master


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

Big Blue Food ,

The Scottish Hidden Jewel

Texas continues to be a great band and if the first single is any indication of what the rest if the CD has in store this will be a great old school effort. Can't wait. (Saw these guys back in 1990 at Rocky Mountain Records in Boulder so I am a long time very biased fan).

theKFBs ,

Welcome back Sharleen Spiteri & TEXAS!

Wow, it's been 8 years, two Sharleen solo projects and a brain aneurysm (guitarist Ally McErlaine) since we last heard from Scotland's finest Alternative Pop outfit on 2005's "Red Book". So, what's changed? Absolutely nothing...thankfully! The sound is still perfectly produced, smartly written, flawless musicianship and that voice. And that voice of Sharleen Spiteri's just gets better; richer, warmer, deeper. It remains a mystery why TEXAS never broke in the US, but charts no longer matter and Europe has always had better taste in music that we Yanks anyhow. So, what of "The Conversation"? It's exactly what any TEXAS fan would want. Just buy it already!

Jutamok ,

If this is not Music, I do not what it is!!!

One of their best albums. I love every song but If this isn't real, and talk about love are amazing!!!

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