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Never Forget – The Ultimate Collection

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Never Forget – The Ultimate Collection

Greatest hits album by Take That
GenrePop , Eurodance , dance , disco
LabelRCA
Length72 : 11
ProducerJosh Abraham
Recorded1990-1996, 2005
Released14 November 2005 ( 2005-11-14 )

Never Forget was released on 14 November 2005. The album contains 16 of the band's 18 singles, excluding their debut single, Do What U Like, and is internationally released Sunday to Saturday, as well as three bonus recordings. One of the bonus recordings, today I've lose You, was recorded especially for the album after it was originally scrapped in 1995. Relight My Fire was remixed, and was due to be issued as a single to promote the release of the album. However, single was withdrawn just two days before its initial release date. All editions of the album feature the same track listing. The album sold 90 000 copies in its first week, peaking at number 2 in the UK Albums Chart behind Confessions on Dance Floor by Madonna. It has been certified as 8 Platinum in the UK and has sold 2. 36 million copies. Since its release, album spent 218 weeks in the UK Top 100.

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AllMusic Review by Dave Thompson

This 19-song reminder of the biggest British boy band of all time is also a reminder of what Robbie Williams was doing before he became hip. More than ten years divide the demise of the original band from the release of Never Forget, period during which many people have probably Forget just how all-pervasive these songs once were. From opening promises in late 1991 to farewell how Deep Is Your Love in 1996, Take that rack up 16 hits, including that remarkable run in 1993-1994 that saw them become the first band since the Beatles to score four consecutive British number ones. Twice! Add live version of Pray, remix of relight My Fire, and one previously unreleased number, and the only serious problem here is the omission of the band's first-ever single, non-charting Do What You Like. So much for statistics. More intriguing is to actually listen to music for the first time, again, in more than ten years-and realize just what perfectly work, exquisitely manufactured fluff it was. The Bee Gees cover is superlative, Lulu collaboration is riot, and-even at their sappiest-Take that so readily eclipse every other boy band of the era that it almost seems cruel to continue to refer to them as one. But they were and, for all their sins, lot of serious music fans hat them for it. Now's our chance to find out what we were missing.

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