The Platinum Collection Box set
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TAKE THAT The Platinum Collection (2006 UK 47-track triple CD set comprising of the expandanded editions of the albums Take That & Party Everything Changes & Nobody Else featuring a total of Ten Bonus Recordings spread across the three albums each in their own digipak picture sleeve and comes housed in a picture slipcase)
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Each CD comes with bonus tracks, detailed liner notes, and the original cover.
Every fan should have one!!
This digipak release, housed in a picture, silver slipcase, contains the lads' first three studio albums: 'Take That & Party' (1992), 'Everything Changes' (1993), and 'Nobody Else'. The two latter titles hit the top spot in the UK charts, whereas the debut narrowly missed this honour when it peaked at number two, which was quite an achievement for a first release. These are the expanded edition of these pop records, which contain such collectables (ten in total) as B sides and remixes.
Plenty of the band's biggest hits are present on this set, appropriately named 'The Platinum Collection', and such good tunes include the breezy pop brilliance of 'Once You've Tasted Love', 'A Million Love Songs', which remains one of Gary Barlow's finest song-writing ventures, the band's first number one hit, the catchy 'Everything Changes', 'Babe', with my favourite member Mark Owen taking centre stage with his unique voice as the lead vocal, the cover of Dan Hartman's '70s disco tune 'Relight My Fire', which provided guest artist Lulu with her first UK number one, and the absolutely brilliant 'Never Forget', and 'Never Forget'.
I do enjoy a lot of Take That's earliest hits, the band which made Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow household names, although, for me at least, they do provide the real highlights on these three albums. If you're an avid fan, then this is a treasure-trove of this hugely popular boy band's beginnings. I always had a lot of respect for these lads because they actually wrote their own songs, most of which have become pop classics, and you can't say that about just every manufactured (in their image at the least) band.
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Whats not to live if you are a Take That fan, you just can't stop singing along :o) makes you feel happyPublished 7 days ago by Mrs D Bunk'ell