They started as a five piece in 1990, lost a member in 1996 and was a four piece for a while but then split, they returned as a four piece in 2006 (originally for their anniversary and then continued) with the member still missing, and then shockingly as a full five piece again in 2010, and they gave us this spectacular show. As part of their big tour, Progress, this concert, filmed at the City of Manchester Stadium, brings Take That, i.e. Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Robbie Williams, together in front of a massive crowd and cheering, applauding and screaming fans to play a night of fantastic music. These are all the great hits from the four piece success - from the albums Beautiful World and The Circus, the solo hit songs from Williams, and the latest hits from the Progress album, all with great costumes and dancers, some cool on stage effects and props, and five brilliant singers. The songs featured in the live concert are: as a quartet - "Rule the World", "Greatest Day", "Hold Up a Light", "Patience" and "Shine", Williams with "Let Me Entertain You", "Rock DJ", "Come Undone", "Feel" and "Angels", and as a quintet - "The Flood", "SOS", "Underground Machine", "Kidz (mixed with some of "Rudebox"), "Pretty Things", "When They Were Young", a medley of "A Million Love Songs", "Babe" and "Everything Changes", "Back For Good", "Pray", "Love Love", "Never Forget", "No Regrets", "Relight My Fire" and "Eight Letters". If you are a big fan of Take That, like I am, then this is definitely not a show you will want to miss, all the best songs are featured to dance and sing along to from five superb vocalists, it is an amazing show. Very good!
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