- 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 (251 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 527 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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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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.Read more ›
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.
Anyway to the album, as you can expect, all the classic TT tunes appear. It also includes a live performance of 'Pray' which I have to say is brilliant! the element remix of 'Relight my Fire' was a waste of tape if you ask me....
However, whether you be an original Barlow Babe or Jason chaser, even those of you who weren't old enough to appreciate them then, i extend the arm of TT appreication to you. Please step forward and buy your copy. P.s Have fun at the forthcoming gigs!!
They sold 10 million in 4/5 years and created a new hoard of pop lovers!!
They re-defined the term boyband and made it about susbtance not just style. They had 8 number one singles and unlike todays bands they didn't release every 3 weeks they normally had 5 or 6 months between each single and still racked up all those number ones in 5 years!! If you like westlife, boyzone, blue five etc Take that were the reason all those bands got record deals they made pop BIG again!!
This album contains all the number ones like Everything Changes, Babe,sure, pray, back for good etc and it also contains the other huge hits they had whilst climbing the ladder Love ain't here anymore,why can't i wake up with you, could it be magic,i found heaven and more. I doesn't feature 1st single Do what u like however this is most likley to be because this single didn't make the top 40 and wasn't a big hit so its fair enough its not on a Greatest hits album!! It also includes a new song Today I lost you - which was written in 1995 and was orginally planned as the first single from the New album (the follow up to nobody else)that never happerned as they split instead!! Its worth getting for this song alone, emotional, beautiful harmonies which were re-recorded by the band in the studio last november especially for this collection and a perfect follow up to back for good this track goes perfectly with the others and fits into the classic collection.
Buy this album for a piece of fabulous pop history, some great memories and as an example of PERFECT POP!!
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Good cd selection of original Take That songs. Very enjoyable listening to them again.Published 14 days ago by lucydognumber1
everyone loves Take That especially my daughter. Fast delivery no problems at all.Published 1 month ago by Alicia Hough