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Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen have announced their new studio album III.

This is the first time Take That have written and recorded as a three and with that new dynamic has come a new sound; this time around choosing an eclectic mix of producers to work on the album:Greg Kurstin (Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence, Lykke Li - I Never Learn, Katy Perry - Prism), John Shanks (Take ... Read more in Amazon's Take That Store

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  • Audio CD (17 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: SonyBMG
  • ASIN: B000BMPQUG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 580 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Never Forget
2. Back For Good
3. How Deep Is Your Love
4. Pray
5. Relight My Fire
6. Everything Changes But You
7. Babe
8. Sure
9. It Only Takes A Minute
10. A Million Love Songs
11. Could It Be Magic
12. Why Can't I Wake Up With You
13. Love Ain't Here Anymore
14. I Found Heaven
15. Promises
16. Once You've Tasted Love
17. Pray
18. Relight My Fire
19. Today I've Lost You

Product Description

Take That were the biggest pop sensation since the 1960s. They were the first band since the Beatles to score four consecutive number one singles with "Pray", "Relight My Fire", "Babe", and "Everything Changes" and the first act to release eight singles entering the UK chart at Number 1. This new compilation features all the hits and a live rendition of "Pray" and the new "Relight My Fire" (Element 2006 Remix).

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By im_lovin_it on 11 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
what a great album. would recommend it to any boy band lovers and take that fans. great songs such as "back for good" "relight my fire" "pray" "never forget" are absolute classics. i'm glad the boys are back with a new album good for them. a great xmas present.
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79 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. McCready on 22 Dec. 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you were a massive Take That fan first time around, no doubt you have already long had Take That - Greatest Hits from 1996. But even if you have that then there may still be need to buy this, thanks to the previously unreleased single 'Today I've Lost You' which was apparently to be their next single and appear on their next album, had their split not occurred. Listening to it now nearly ten years after the band split is taking it out of context and it is therefore hard to fully appreciate it. It would have got to number one of course, but that tells you nothing about the song. Its a ballad very much in the vein of Back For Good, but with a slightly catchier chorus. As usual Gary was on lead vocals, and the song is pleasant enough, but we will never know if had it been released would it have joined the pantheon of Take That definitive anthems like Never Forget and Back For Good. Maybe releasing it as a single might be an interesting idea, just to see what happens? If you were the biggest Take That fan back then, then the new single alone should justify purchasing this again, and no fan would exactly object to listening to all the other hits again would they?
The album features all the singles from the Greatest Hits as well as a remix or two and the new track, but does not feature their first single, 'Do What You Like'. However it only got to number 82 in the charts anyway, so it's not exactly a hit. So as long as you don't mind missing that song, and you don't have the original Greatest Hits, then this is an essential album for any serious music collectors. Take That were the biggest thing around in Britain in the early 1990s, so this album charts an important phase in British music history.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By s warrington on 30 Dec. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well what can i say, its like going back to the good old days! Its got all the best hits on it and this is one not to be missed (well thats if you was a take that fan), great songs and great memories. Give it a go :-)
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "citrus-burst" on 19 Dec. 2005
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They're back and this time i hope it's for good. Take That are the only quality boy band out there unless you count McFly who seem to be evolving from boys now but we'll leave that for another review. So Gary writes the tunes, the lads harmonise, add some dodgy dance moves and you've got THE best boy band ever. Anyone who tries to deny 'Back for good' is in any way inviting is totally out of there mind and you gotta get up and dance when 'Relight my fire' comes on. they've got the ability to make people dance and just sit back and relax and their music is so variable. It goes from techno dance to r'n'b to pop. You must buy this album and relive the 90s whether you were in your teenage years pining over Mark Owen or whether you were making a fool of yourself at the office party. It's a classic
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Steele on 30 Dec. 2007
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Obviously all the TT fans from 10 years ago will have the greatest hits album but this gives you chance to have the greatest hits plus the additions of several live performances and also a previously unheard track 'today I lost you' classic Gary Barlow lead with great BVs by the rest of the fab 4. A must have for all TT fans.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By scoon2 VINE VOICE on 20 Nov. 2005
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When Take that were first on the go, I didn’t like them at all. I am sure that did not worry them as they had a vast legions of adoring teenage girls for fans and I was a thirty something discriminating music fan.
There is no doubt that at the time they were absolutely huge internationally and made pot loads of money.
Anyway, time for a re-evaluation with the release of this compilation and actually it is rather good.
Their original songs (composed by Gary Barlow) were well written pop numbers. They also did cover-versions the best of which was their discofied version of the Barry Manilow fave, Could It Be Magic.
Looking back, these songs were fantastic pop and Take That were probably the last huge UK pop group to make an impression worldwide.
I didn’t think this was gonna be my kind of thing but I really enjoyed this. The production is fine and the whole package just works fine. There is a live version of Pray and a Relight My Fire remix for the Take That completists.
Recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. David Stanton on 16 Jan. 2010
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I remember first seeing Take That perform
'Once You've Tasted Love' on a BBC childrens
TV programme in 1992 and thought these lads
sounded really good and could go places.
I was surprised it nearly took a year for the
rest of the country to wake up and all those
teenage girls finally went mad for them.
This is the only Take That album I've bought
but I still like them and all the songs on
this album are fantastic, heartfelt uplifting
pop magic.
I'm a Depeche Mode fan but still I can see
a good thing and Take That are really great.
The truly awesome 'Never Forget' kick starts
the album and then just sit back and listen
to fantastic hit after hit.
I'm not surprised they clocked up so many
No. 1 hits and I feel more are on their way.
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