17 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On numbers alone, Take That could consider themselves as Britain’s best boy band after the release of their second album. It spawned four No. 1 singles and was the UK’s third biggest-selling LP of 1993. What really set them apart from the pack, though, was the development of songwriter Gary Barlow. Everything Changes is where he established himself as a master craftsman of modern pop, absorbing disco (“Everything Changes”) and sophisticated balladry (“Pray”) into his repertoire.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On numbers alone, Take That could consider themselves as Britain’s best boy band after the release of their second album. It spawned four No. 1 singles and was the UK’s third biggest-selling LP of 1993. What really set them apart from the pack, though, was the development of songwriter Gary Barlow. Everything Changes is where he established himself as a master craftsman of modern pop, absorbing disco (“Everything Changes”) and sophisticated balladry (“Pray”) into his repertoire.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

fsaw15 ,

Fact-checker?

This was a great album but in what world was it released in 1988???? itunes where do you get your info?!

TThatter16 ,

iTunes got it wrong

It's "Everything Changes" not 'Everything Changes But You'
Anyway it's an excellent album!

take that munchie ,

the last album to feature robbie!

this album everything changes is a good name for it as this is the last album the proppa take that did together and everything did change

and the song that is also the title of the album is the only song on the album that robbie lead sings in (track 1 everything changes) so robbie fans get listening!

nowadays robbie is having a ball as usal and the rest of take that are back together bringing out really good tracks for the modern music lovers

:)

best tracks
Everything changes :)
Relight my fire
Love aint here anymore
You are the one
and BABE (lead singing by mark owen!)

get this album you will regret otherwise!

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