3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Well I have to say, that in these times of cynicism, that everyone should make up their own minds on this album and not listen what's been said. After all, this album was released towards the end of the year and managed to become the biggest selling album of 2010, so a lot of you out there must be liking it.
Well I have to say that it's nice to see the five back together again, lots of water gone under the bridge and I've always favoured the band with the four of them, as opposed to the five back in the day. I liked Robbie's stuff, he was huge in the late 90's and noughties, let's not forget that.
Having seen Take That live on both of their most recent tours, the guys… Read more
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Well let me start off by saying, Robbie does not deserve all the flack he has gotten over the past couple of years, even though he occasionally says all the wrong things to the press, including that 'Bodies' is mainly gibberish, which was one thing I remember lately.
Well I bought the 3CD version, as I always like to get a bit extra for my amazon money. It was delivered on the Saturday before general release, how I love that when that happens, always worth pre-ordering in my book. It is packaged really nicely in a hard back, glossy casebound pack, as the version of 'Reality Killed the Video Star' was. Really nice.
I love the fact that the running order is new stuff… Read more