18 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released just a month after they split, and a decade before their reunion, 1996's Greatest Hits compiles all 16 of Take That's singles alongside a faithful cover of the Bee Gees' “How Deep Is Your Love.” Featuring eight U.K. No. 1s, it's a compendium of the early ’90s, touching on everything from radio-friendly house (their cover of “Relight My Fire”), heartfelt ballads (“Babe,” the classic “Back for Good”), and even new jack swing (“Sure”). Not every song here has aged gracefully, but as a document of U.K. pop, it's near peerless.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released just a month after they split, and a decade before their reunion, 1996's Greatest Hits compiles all 16 of Take That's singles alongside a faithful cover of the Bee Gees' “How Deep Is Your Love.” Featuring eight U.K. No. 1s, it's a compendium of the early ’90s, touching on everything from radio-friendly house (their cover of “Relight My Fire”), heartfelt ballads (“Babe,” the classic “Back for Good”), and even new jack swing (“Sure”). Not every song here has aged gracefully, but as a document of U.K. pop, it's near peerless.

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