Penguin Book

Take One

Take Take That

Take That are the biggest, the best, THE original boy band. There have been imitators, but no one has reached such heights of superstardom.

Between 1991 and 1996, Take That sold more than 60 million records, ruling the UK and International charts. It was Beatlemania all over again, and when they split the Samaritans were forced to set up special help lines for their fans. In Take One they tell the incredible story of those glory days for the first time.

In November, 2006, a decade after the band's famous split, Take That released "Patience", announcing that they were back for good. The return of Take That to the top of the charts has become the most compelling tale in British pop music, not to mention the most heart-warming. In Take Two they tell the astonishing story of a comeback that not even The Beatles could make. Could it be magic? You bet it could.

The books contain over 250 never before seen images from the Take That archive, from the earliest days playing nightclubs in Manchester to 2009's record-breaking Circus tour. The text - personal and candid - has been written by all four members of the band.

Take That consists of members Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen. After seeing major success in the early to mid 1990s as a five person boyband act, a reformed four man version of the band achieved new success in the late 2000s.

Publication date
  • Biography and Memoir
Format TPS
270 x 215mm
William Morris Endeavour Entertainment LLC
William Morris Endeavour Entertainment LLC
William Morris Endeavour Entertainment LLC
William Morris Endeavour Entertainment LLC
Audio (Unabridged)
William Morris Endeavour Entertainment LLC
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