Wed 12 Nov 2014

Our 5 Favourite Take That Tracks


With everyone’s favourite veteran boy band Take That hopping back on the road in 2015 we thought there was no better time to countdown our fave 5 dazzling concoctions from the undisputed kings of feel good pop. Tickets for the epic UK tour are on sale now and you can grab your tickets HERE. So without further ado here’s a countdown of our most treasured Take That tracks. 

5. Patience
After 10 years of patience from the fans the band returned with their come back single. 2006 saw the release of comeback album ‘Beautiful World’ and ‘Patience’ peaked at the top of the UK Singles Chart. This number quenched the thirst the fans had been suffering from for over a decade and reignited Take That fever.
4. Greatest Day
Perhaps one of the greatest days for the Take That following was the release of this track showing that their fave boys were still on top and could still churn out the hits like they could in the good old days. Released in 2008 as part of the album ‘The Circus’, this single reached number 1 on the UK Single Chart and continued Take That’s reign over housewives up and down the country. 
3. Shine
Perhaps Take That’s most feel good number and also one of their biggest hits. This time it’s Mark Owens time to shine as he takes the lead vocals and rocks a top hat and waist coat. We particularly like this live video as it really shows the thrills and frills of a live Take That show!  
2. The Flood
The one where Robbie came back… the emotion is just too much to handle, but it seems they’ve got a good handle on those oars. ‘The Flood’ from their 6th album ‘Progress’ spent 8 weeks in the UK Top 10, further continuing Take That’s chart domination.


1. Rule The World
Performed as the light was extinguished on the torch at the 2012 London Olympic games this song is a firm favorite among Take That fans. The song spent 12 weeks in the UK Top 10, the longest of any Take That song. 


BONUS: These Days

The latest offering from the power trio is a poppy upbeat singalong tune, something that gives a taste as to the future of the newly scaled down Take That. This colourful tune is set to become a firm fan favourite, it’s already one of ours!

Take That are extensively touring the UK throughout May and June 2013. Get you’re tickets at