9 Facts About Take That

1. Early in their career, Take That were known for party anthems such as "Do What U Like" and more mature ballads such as "A Million Love Songs" and "Back for Good".

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2. In 2017, Take That launched The Band, a musical written by Tim Firth featuring the five winners of Let It Shine and some of Take That's biggest hits.

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3. On 11 November 2017, Take That began their foreign tour in Perth, Australia, the first time they have performed in the country in over twenty years.

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4. On 10 October 2014, Take That unveiled the lead single from the album.

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5. In November 2012, Take That reunited as a five piece for the last time to perform "Never Forget" at the Music Industry Trust Awards.

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6. On 4 October 2011, it was announced that Take That were to go on hiatus after the completion of the Progress tour, with Barlow continuing his role as a judge on The X Factor and Williams recording new solo material.

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7. On 19 May 2011, Take That announced a new EP entitled Progressed, which contained eight tracks written by the band since they had reunited as a five piece.

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8. In November 2009 Take That released the official DVD of their Circus tour, which became the fastest-selling music DVD of all time in the UK on its first day of release and stayed in the top 10 of the videos chart for over a year.

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9. On 13 February 1996, Take That formally announced that they were disbanding.

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