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EDITORS’ NOTES

Led by the harder-edged R&B strut of “Sure”, and featuring collaborations with the likes of Jim Steinman and house legend David Morales, Take That's third album was tailor-made for global domination. Up its sleeve was an undeniable pop classic in the shape of the multi-million-selling “Back for Good”, the band's first and only US Top 10 hit. Prompted by Robbie Williams' departure, Take That disbanded the following year, the eerily prescient “Never Forget” becoming the album's poignant, gloriously anthemic swan song.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Led by the harder-edged R&B strut of “Sure”, and featuring collaborations with the likes of Jim Steinman and house legend David Morales, Take That's third album was tailor-made for global domination. Up its sleeve was an undeniable pop classic in the shape of the multi-million-selling “Back for Good”, the band's first and only US Top 10 hit. Prompted by Robbie Williams' departure, Take That disbanded the following year, the eerily prescient “Never Forget” becoming the album's poignant, gloriously anthemic swan song.

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