III is the seventh studio album by English pop band Take That. It is their first studio album since 2010's Progress and the first to feature the band as a trio, following the departures of Jason Orange and Robbie Williams. The album was released on 28 November 2014. According to Gary Barlow, the album's sound is an "amalgamation of the past eight years" of Take That material. The album debuted at number one in the UK, becoming Take That's seventh number-one album.
Nov 14. Jason orange leaves take that. On 28 September 2014, Take That announced that Jason had left the band and would not be involved in their forthcoming album & tour. Nov 14. These days released.
Take That – Live 2015’ captures the band’s sell out tour at their London O2 Show. Take That are defined by some of the most memorable and spectacular live productions in UK music history and their fans can now look forward to taking the show straight to their own living room. See the band send the crowd into a frenzy as they deliver the biggest hits from their incredible career plus new live performances from their no. 1 album III.
Take That Live (also known as the III Tour) was the ninth concert tour by British band Take That, in support of their seventh studio album III. The shows were announced on 8 November 2014. The demand for the tour led to all dates selling out as soon as they went on sale, with some dates selling out in pre-sale alone. Due to this demand, Take That announced extra dates to their tour It is their first concert tour since the Progress Live tour in 2011 and the first to feature the band as a trio following the departures o. .
DVD: PAL. Dolby Digital . Surround . Sound Stereo. Approx DVD Run Time: 124 mins. Exempt from classification.
MORE: Adele beats FIFA to biggest entertainment hit of 2015. In at Number 4 on the end of year chart and the second biggest album released in 2015 is Elvis Presley’s If I Can Dream. The King’s orchestral re-workings of his biggest hits became his 12 th UK Number 1 album in November, giving him the most chart-topping albums for a male artist. Nine weeks later and the album has yet to leave the Top 3 of the Official Albums Chart, combined sales of the posthumous LP by the end of 2015 stood at 881,000 . 35. Rattle that lock.
|2||I Like It|
|5||Get Ready For It|
|6||Hold Up A Light|
|9||Up All Night|
|10||Said It All|
|11||Could It Be Magic|
|12||Let In The Sun|
|16||Relight My Fire|
|17||Back For Good|
|21||Rule The World|
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- Guitar – Ben Mark, Milton McDonald
- Keyboards – Bernie Smith, Marcus Byrne
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- Performer [Take That] – Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen
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