15 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few pop acts—if any—have evolved so gracefully from teen pin-ups into mature chart nobility. And with Gary Barlow’s steady songwriting hand, this triumphant eighth album finds Take That navigating middle age with a flourish. Its title track explores the full scope of the album’s ambition and personality—ambient sitars rolling into slinky electro-pop and INXS-worthy guitar licks—before the trio lay on their sky-scraping ballads (“It’s All for You,” “Come on Love”) and jaunty pop with eyes for the dance floor (“River,” “Don’t Give Up on Me”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few pop acts—if any—have evolved so gracefully from teen pin-ups into mature chart nobility. And with Gary Barlow’s steady songwriting hand, this triumphant eighth album finds Take That navigating middle age with a flourish. Its title track explores the full scope of the album’s ambition and personality—ambient sitars rolling into slinky electro-pop and INXS-worthy guitar licks—before the trio lay on their sky-scraping ballads (“It’s All for You,” “Come on Love”) and jaunty pop with eyes for the dance floor (“River,” “Don’t Give Up on Me”).

TITLE TIME
15

More By Take That

You May Also Like