Sunday, November 14, 2010

After Reunited, Take That Release New Album: Progress

As we all know, Robbie Williams has returned to join the Take That boy band since 15 July 2010. He stated that this boy band has written and will release a new album in late 2010. But it turns out, on 7 November 2010; a single titled "The Flood" has been launched. This single is the lead single for their latest album, titled "Progress." While the album itself will be released on November 15th, or tomorrow.

To promote their new album, the Take That will perform Progress Live 2011, Take That live concert starting in Sunderland on 30 May, and finishing with seven nights at London's Wembley Stadium in July 2011.

Take that's new album be released when the members had a reunion. Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen, and Robbie Williams, they remain a solo career so far.

The return of Robbie William's carrying a big influence on this boy band, Take That Ticket which has sold over half a million tickets in less than 24 hours. It's really amazing numbers, plus after 24 hours was the number of tickets sold has reached 1.1 million tickets.

Commenting on this amazing ticket sales, some of the media consider that this is the euphoria over the return of Robbie Williams on Take That. The Take That’s new album itself is really crazy. Williams has long been a sort of bipolar pop star, somehow mixing the commercial mass appeal with the instinct for provocation. Gary, Mark, Jason and Howard have all released their inner Robbie.
This is one of pop genius or a musical midlife crisis.


The album's tracklisting was announced, here are the list:
1. The Flood
2. SOS
3. Wait
4. KidZ
5. Pretty Things
6. Happy Now
7. Underground Machine
8. What Do You Want From Me?
9. Affirmation
10. Eight Letters / Flowerbed

For the lead single, here is The Flood video

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