19 Songs, 1 Hour 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Essentially a repackaging of British boy-band veterans Take That's bold album Progress—their first as a five-piece since 1995—Progressed takes the original version's sense of bubbling paranoia and bolts on a few more Stuart Price-produced electro anthems. Huge pop tunes like “The Flood” and “Love Love” butt up against darker, shuffling electronic rockers like “Underground Machine,” further underscoring the band’s evolution at this stage in their career. Progress indeed.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Essentially a repackaging of British boy-band veterans Take That's bold album Progress—their first as a five-piece since 1995—Progressed takes the original version's sense of bubbling paranoia and bolts on a few more Stuart Price-produced electro anthems. Huge pop tunes like “The Flood” and “Love Love” butt up against darker, shuffling electronic rockers like “Underground Machine,” further underscoring the band’s evolution at this stage in their career. Progress indeed.

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