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Album Review

This is the true Take That comeback, the one where Robbie Williams returns to the fold for the first time since 1995. When he split at the height of Brit-pop, conventional wisdom suggested that Gary Barlow would wind up as the runaway solo star from the British boy band, but things didn’t turn out that way. Robbie wound up as a superstar, the rest of the band reuniting without him in 2006, then admirably settling into an unthreatening adult contemporary groove on 2008’s Circus. Robbie’s return throws all that complacency out the window, with the band opting to follow the cool club and cocktail inflections of his recent work. It’s the right move, of course — Take That was stuck in the middle of the road, and no matter how pleasant that path was, it was bound to provide diminishing returns commercially — but the surprise is how effective the Williams-ization of Take That is on Progress. The rest of the band gamely follows his lead, meshing vocally as they used to, but the emphasis is not on harmonies, it’s on groove and texture, ballads taking a backseat to clever rips on Gorillaz or synthesized glam stomps. Things start to slow down toward the end of Progress, when Mark Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, and Barlow get their own track to write — each revert to type, Barlow stultifyingly so on the sticky “Eight Letters” — but for seven tracks, Progress is the hippest and best music Take That has ever made.

Customer Reviews

sos,take that

hate robbie's return ,which makes the record noisy with electronic beats

Progress pants

After pre ordering and waiting eagerly for the sound I was so disappointed!! There's hardly any Gary, the electronic background is awful! Flood is the only song halfway decent. The rest PANTS!

Not enough Gary too much electro- rubbish

I've been a TT fan since the beginning and hve every album and been to every concert, but this album is by far the worst! what's all the electro about? Where are Gary's vocals? Think there's too much Robbie in there! There's a reason why Robbies last two albums flopped! Really no like. Unsure if I'm looking forward to their concert next year now! TT had progressed before this album nw they hve gone off on a tangent! Gutted I paid for this album!


Formed: 1990

Genre: Pop

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

As the most popular teen pop sensation in Britain since the '60s, Take That ruled the U.K. charts during the first half of the '90s. In strict commercial terms, the band sold more records than any English act since the Beatles, though the cultural and musical importance was significantly less substantial. Conceived as a British answer to New Kids on the Block, Take That initially worked the same territory as their American counterparts, singing watered-down new jack R&B, urban soul, and mainstream...
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