Take That Album


Beautiful World is the fourth studio album from the British pop group Take That . The album was released in November 2006, and was the band's first studio album in 11 years, and was also the band's first album to be released as a four-piece, without Robbie Williams . Five singles were released from the album: " Patience ", " Shine ", " I'd Wait for Life ", the European-only single " Reach Out ", and " Rule the World ", which appeared on the deluxe tour edition.

Everything Changes is the second album for British boyband Take That . It reached number one in the UK Albums Chart , and was nominated for the 1994 Mercury Prize . [2] It was also the third best-selling album of 1993 in the UK.

To paraphrase Robin Williams: if you can remember the Nineties, you probably were there. With a Game Boy in one hand, a Tamagotchi in the other and a Take That album playing in your CD Walkman.

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In 1989, Manchester-based Nigel Martin-Smith sought to create a British male vocal singing group modelled on New Kids on the Block. Martin-Smith's vision, however, was a teen-orientated group that would appeal to more than one demographic segment of the music industry. Martin-Smith was then introduced to young singer-songwriter Gary Barlow, who had been performing in clubs since the age of 15. Impressed with Barlow's catalogue of self-written material, Martin-Smith decided to build his new-look boy band around Barlow's musical abilities. A campaign to audition young men with abilities in dancing and singing followed and took place in Manchester and other surrounding cities in 1990. At 22, Howard Donald was one of the oldest to audition, but he was chosen after he got time off work as a vehicle painter to continue the process. Prior to auditioning, Jason Orange had appeared as a breakdancer on the popular television programme The Hit Man and Her. Martin-Smith also selected 18-year-old bank employee Mark Owen and finally 16-year-old Robbie Williams to round out the group, which initially went by the name Kick It.

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