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Take That were the kings of the UK pop charts during the early to mid 1990's. The British answer to the New Kids On The Block, 2 former members went on to greater pop success: Gary Barlow and singer/songwriter Robbie Willi... more »
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Take That were the kings of the UK pop charts during the early to mid 1990's. The British answer to the New Kids On The Block, 2 former members went on to greater pop success: Gary Barlow and singer/songwriter Robbie Williams. Together, they recordedno less than seven UK number 1 hits, including 'Never Forget', 'Back for Good', 'Everything Changes', 'Babe', 'Relight My Fire', 'Pray' (the group's first top slotter) & 'Why Can't I Wake Up With You'. Plus 11 more tracks and notes on each track.
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A Great Collection To Have
Lina | Singapore, Singapore | 04/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It just gets me everytime when I read reviews written by "critics" that are really too up their own ar*es to actually admit that pop music from five guys that dance can actually be good.
After reading the credits carefully, one would actually realize that Gary Barlow writes alot of the lyrics and co-produces many of the tracks. Ok, so there are loads of other musicians that don't write 100% of their music themselves - Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, The Monkeys - are just some of them. But do these same "critics" discredit them for talent? No.
I just hope this double-standard stops once and for all. Music is music. And if you're too ashamed of admitting to liking a 'boyband', then just keep quiet, and don't bother writing reviews about "how awful" they are. This is good pop music and that's that."
Eight number ones!
Fed Up | 01/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Take That had an amazing EIGHT number one hit singles in the UK, more than Pink Floyd, more than Zeppelin, and more than Foghat! Take That is adored all over the world, and they're preparing a reunion tour that will be a smash everywhere! Get this CD and brace yourself for some seriously good music."