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The group's next two singles, Gordon Mills 's co-composition "I Like the Look of You" and a revival of " Look Homeward Angel " — like the initial brace of releases overseen by the American record producer Shel Talmy — also failed to chart. Their fifth release, the Roger Greenaway / Roger Cook number, " You've Got Your Troubles " (1965), reached Number 2 in the UK Singles Chart [2] and was a worldwide hit , including reaching Number 1 in Canada and the American Top 10. Their next two singles were " Here It Comes Again ", a UK Number 4, and "This Golden Ring" a UK Number 14. These sold well, but each less than the previous release. When Glen Dale left in 1966 he was replaced by Shel McCrae. [1] Three more singles ("You Gave Me Somebody to Love", "Is It Really Worth Your While?" and "Our Love has Gone") all failed to chart.

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