With the news today that Gary Barlow is fronting and co-producing ‘I’m With The Band’, a new entertainment and music show for BBC One, it got us thinking about Take That and their incredible catalogue of hits.
The original fivesome – Barlow, Mark Owen, Robbie Williams, Jason Orange and Howard Donald - released their debut album ‘Take That & Party’ in 1992 and disbanded after the release of their 1996 ‘Greatest Hits’ album. In 2006 four of the original members reformed and staged one of the most epic comebacks pop has ever seen.
At the moment, Take That is down to a trio after the departure of Orange in 2014 but that hasn’t stopped them ruling the charts. Their most recent album was 2017’s ‘Wonderland’ and as a live act, Take That is still at the very top of their game.
We’ve combed through all 32 singles released from the band and selected what we think are their 10 best. Keep reading to find out what made the cut…
8. ‘The Flood’ (2010)
‘The Flood’ was the first single the band had recorded with Robbie back in the fold and it was the lead single from their ‘Progress’ album. We’re not going to lie, it was a real thrill to have Robbie back in the band and this grown up pop ballad really reminded us why we fell in love with the Robster in the first place. It just missed out on the top of the charts though.