Progress Live is the twelfth album released by British pop band Take That. It is also the band's second live album to date and was released as a double disc album in Europe on 21 November 2011 and in the UK on 28 November 2011. The album was recorded during their Progress Live tour at Wembley Stadium in London and Etihad Stadium in Manchester in June and July 2011.
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Progressed is the first extended play by British band Take That. The collection was released on 10 June 2011 and features eight previously unreleased tracks packaged alongside Take That's sixth studio album, Progress
Progress Live, a document of Take That’s full-band reunion tour with Robbie Williams, is proof that nothing is impossible. The camaraderie between the lads is palpable. They sound characteristically sentimental on the epic Rule the World, while a high-energy encore of 1993’s disco-pulsing Relight My Fire shows that age hasn’t tempered their exuberance. They display their versatility on the sinister, pounding Kidz and prove masterful balladeers on Back for Good. Jason Orange might have since left the group, but the fantasy of forever lives on in this stunning live recording
Progress Live Boxset, including the 2-disc Progress Live DVD and Progress Live - the album, featuring every hit song performed by Take That and Robbie during the two and a half hour stage show.
Progress Live will feature 22 of the band's most popular hits, which they included as part of their record-breaking shows that were attended by . 4 million fans across the country.
Progress (Take That album). Progress is the sixth studio album by British band Take That. It is the band's first and only album to feature the return of Robbie Williams since his initial departure from the band in 1995, and the final album to feature Jason Orange due to his departure from the band in 2014. The album was released in the United Kingdom on 15 November 2010. Progress became the first album in 2010 to break through one million sales in the UK. On its fifth week, the album sold over 330,000 copies to stay at the top of the UK Albums Chart and become Take That's third Christmas number one album, having sold more than . million copies in under five weeks.
Twickets is the only ticket resale partner Take That support. Tour Dates - On Sale Now. Thur 13 June. Amsterdam, Netherlands AFAS Live. The Greatest Hits Gloriously Reimagined.
|DVD-1||Rule The World||4:10|
|DVD-3||Hold Up A Light||4:28|
|DVD-6||Let Me Entertain You||5:55|
|DVD-16||When They Were Young Medley||4:32|
|DVD-16.1||A Million Love Songs|
|DVD-17||Back For Good||5:14|
|DVD-21||No Regrets/Relight My Fire||5:55|
|DVD-22.2||Relight My Fire|
|DVD 2-1||Making Progress Live|
|278 740-1||Take That||Progress Live (2xCD, Album)||Polydor||278 740-1||UK||2011|
|278 013-4||Take That||Progress Live (Blu-ray)||Polydor, Universal Music||278 013-4||UK||2011|
|4605026709942||Take That||Progress Live (2xCD, Album)||Polydor||4605026709942||Russia||2011|
|278 013-4||Take That||Progress Live (Blu-ray)||Polydor||278 013-4||Europe||2011|
|277 657-2||Take That||Progress Live (2xDVD-V, Ltd)||Polydor||277 657-2||UK||2011|