16 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Take That's debut album may have been kick-started commercially by a pair of covers—“It Only Takes a Minute” and “Could It Be Magic”—but it was a Gary Barlow-penned piano ballad that kept it in the UK charts for more than a year. Nestled among the wide-eyed dance-pop of “I Found Heaven” and the exuberance of the frenetic title track, the yearning “A Million Love Songs” not only hinted at the band's potential, but also established Barlow as one of pop's best new songwriters.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Take That's debut album may have been kick-started commercially by a pair of covers—“It Only Takes a Minute” and “Could It Be Magic”—but it was a Gary Barlow-penned piano ballad that kept it in the UK charts for more than a year. Nestled among the wide-eyed dance-pop of “I Found Heaven” and the exuberance of the frenetic title track, the yearning “A Million Love Songs” not only hinted at the band's potential, but also established Barlow as one of pop's best new songwriters.

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