Ricks Road

Ricks Road
Studio album by Texas
Released 1 November 1993
Recorded 1992-1993
Genre Alternative rock
Length 47:48
Label Mercury
Vertigo (Europe)
Producer Paul Fox
Texas chronology
Mothers Heaven
Ricks Road
White on Blonde
Singles from Ricks Road
  1. "So Called Friend"
    Released: 30 August 1993
  2. "You Owe It All to Me"
    Released: 18 October 1993
  3. "So in Love with You"
    Released: 31 January 1994
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Ricks Road is the third album by Scottish rock band Texas. The album was released on 1 November 1993 by Mercury Records. The album peaked at number 18 in the UK and spent two weeks on the UK Albums Chart.[2] It was certified Silver (for 60,000 copies sold) by the British Phonographic Industry in October 1997. In Australia, the album peaked at number 96 on the ARIA Albums Chart.[3]

The album included three UK Top 40 singles; "So Called Friend" (#30), "You Owe It All to Me" (#39), and "So in Love with You" (#28).

Track listing

All songs written by Johnny McElhone and Sharleen Spiteri except as indicated.

International release

1."So Called Friend"  Johnny McElhone, Sharleen Spiteri3:42
2."Fade Away"  McElhone, Spiteri3:03
3."Listen to Me"  McElhone, Spiteri5:02
4."You Owe It All to Me"  McElhone, Spiteri3:41
5."Beautiful Angel"  McElhone, Spiteri3:20
6."So in Love with You"  McElhone, Spiteri4:44
7."You've Got to Live a Little"  McElhone, Spiteri, Paul Fox3:12
8."I Want to Go to Heaven"  McElhone, Spiteri3:23
9."Hear Me Now"  McElhone, Spiteri, Ally McErlaine4:11
10."Fearing These Days"  McElhone, Spiteri4:18
11."I've Been Missing You"  McElhone, Spiteri3:13
12."Winters End"  McElhone, Spiteri, Eddie Campbell4:18

US/Canadian release

  1. "So Called Friend"
  2. "Fade Away"
  3. "Listen to Me"
  4. "You Owe It All to Me"
  5. "Beautiful Angel"
  6. "So in Love with You"
  7. "You've Got to Live a Little"
  8. "I Want to Go to Heaven"
  9. "Hear Me Now"
  10. "Fearing These Days"
  11. "Tired of Being Alone" (Al Green)
  12. "Winters End"


Other Personnel


  1. Allmusic review
  2. "Texas". Chart Stats. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  3. Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988-2010. Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing.
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