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One of my favorite albums of all time

Everyone knows how talented Gary is, so there's no point in extoling his virtues. Nevertheless, this album is the best collection of work Gary has ever produced. The songs are all excellent, bar 'Stronger' (which was—unbelievably—the lead single from this album; why the weakest song on the album was released as a single (let alone the *lead* single from the album) is something that still boggles my mind. Leaving that aside, this album is absolutely excellent. 'For All That You Want' is the best song, but (bar Stronger), every song is a treat, and the whole album can be listed to without skipping a single song. Definitely Gary's greatest and most consistent body of work, so if you love Take That, then this album will absolutely delight you!


this album is beautiful, sadly did not recieve the credit it deserved :( Lie to Me is just perfection, those who didnt buy it first time around should be ashamed but never mind, here is your chance to make up for it! This man is a musical genius and this album is perfection. I love you Gary Barlow!


Why dint this get higher in album charts first time round? Brill easy listerning album well worth download


Born: 20 January 1971 in Cheshire, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With an eventful career echoing the trajectory of a roller coaster, pop vocalist Gary Barlow, the linchpin of Britain's biggest-ever boy band, Take That, struggled to compete with the success of the group's most tabloid-friendly member, Robbie Williams, before a phenomenal reunion restored his reputation as one of Britain's most accomplished songwriters. Born in Frodsham, Cheshire in 1971, Barlow was inspired to start playing the keyboard after watching a performance of Depeche Mode's "Just Can't...
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