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Greatest Hits Live 2019: Take That, Rick Astley
2019 marks Take That’s 30th Anniversary. To celebrate their milestone, the band have announced a UK tour for April / May / June 2019.
Take That have also confirmed the release of ‘Odyssey’ a re-imagined greatest hits album that takes the listener on a journey through the incredible musical history of one of the UK’s most successful bands of all time.
One thing Take That have never been is predictable, from the themes of the albums, to the epic productions around their live shows. ‘Odyssey’ is yet another lense through which fans can enjoy the band’s most successful work that has helped them achieve six No.1 albums and sell over 45 million records across 30 years.
While it's hard to 'never forget' the tears shed by millions of fans when the band announced their split in 1996, they thankfully proved they were 'back for good' since their return in 2006 with the no.1 album 'Beautiful World'.
Releasing eight no.1 singles in the 90s, the Noughties have seen the boys reach bigger heights with their album sales, as 2008's 'The Circus' became the fastest selling album of that year, and they made even more 'Progress' in 2010, becoming the second fastest selling album in UK history, beaten only by Oasis 'Be Here Now'.
Of course, 'everything changes', and 2014 saw the departure of Jason Orange. But Take That took that as a sign not to split, and carry on as a fighting three-piece - Gary, Howard and Mark will continue to 'shine'.
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The '80s Pop Icon and multi-million selling artist had hits with Stock, Aitkin and Waterman, including his massive debut single 'Never Gonna Give You Up'. He holds the record for being the only male solo artist to have his first 8 singles reach the Top 10 in the UK and has sold over 40 million records worldwide. In 2008, 'Never Gonna Give You Up', became one of the most viewed pop video of all time on YouTube with over 51 million views to date, due to the unstoppable phenomenon of 'Rickrolling'.
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