Take a look at what the press have been saying about Take That's
brand new album...
As you know by now, Take That made history this week, as
Progress became the fastest selling album of the century, selling
nearly 520,000 in it's first week on sale.
The press have continued to post a selection of outstanding
reviews off and online, which we'd like to share with you
Praise for Take That's first album as a five-piece for 15 years
has been all over the net, with The Guardian online awarding the album four stars
out of five and the Sunday Times Culture describing it 'as close to
being perfect as makes no odds', 'sonically audacious, lyrically
revealing, artistically a triumph' and 'in a word, wow'.
The Independent are equally impressed with the
band's new sound, explaining that 'rather than pop balladry, the
album leans heavily on electronic beats and textures'.
The BBC describes the tracks as a combination
of 'bombastic stadium rock, sleazy funk, up-tempo RnB, operatic
techno, Bowie-esque whimsy and demented disco', which they call the
'most exciting record its creators have ever been involved
At what marks a brand new chapter for the band, Progress has had
Check out a few more quotes from the press…
Attitude - 'Progress is a big, meaty, knowing, grown-up pop
The Sun Buzz - 'The boys are definitely back in town…You're in for
a real treat'
Heat - 'Take That have blown our minds with a completely new
sound' 'The boys have upped their game' (5/5)
Evening Standard - 'Robbie's back on board at last - and the
band's first album together for 15 years reveals an exciting and
unexpected new direction'
Sunday Express - 'That That know exactly what they are doing. The
album proves just as addictive as their back catalogue' (4/5)
If you've spotted any more great reviews of Take That's new album,
make sure you let us know about them in the comments section below
and more importantly, let us know what you think!
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