22 Songs, 1 Hour 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

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.

EDITORS’ NOTES

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.

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