17 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On numbers alone, Take That could consider themselves as Britain’s best boy band after the release of their second album. It spawned four No. 1 singles and was the UK’s third biggest-selling LP of 1993. What really set them apart from the pack, though, was the development of songwriter Gary Barlow. Everything Changes is where he established himself as a master craftsman of modern pop, absorbing disco (“Everything Changes”) and sophisticated balladry (“Pray”) into his repertoire.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On numbers alone, Take That could consider themselves as Britain’s best boy band after the release of their second album. It spawned four No. 1 singles and was the UK’s third biggest-selling LP of 1993. What really set them apart from the pack, though, was the development of songwriter Gary Barlow. Everything Changes is where he established himself as a master craftsman of modern pop, absorbing disco (“Everything Changes”) and sophisticated balladry (“Pray”) into his repertoire.

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