'It Only Takes A Minute'

Their fourth song, a cover of Tavares' 'It Only Takes A Minute,' which reached Number 7 on the UK singles chart in 1992, was the band's formal "breakthrough." Soon after, they published their first album, "Take That and Party," which peaked at Number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. In the United Kingdom, it would spend an incredible 73 weeks in the Top 75 album charts, which is an incredible feat. They went on to record four consecutive Number 1 hits in the UK singles charts with the songs 'Pray,' 'Relight My Fire,' (which included a guest appearance by the legendary Lulu), 'Babe,' and 'Everything Changes,' all of which were written by the band.

The name of the first song

It was 1991 when the band released their first song, 'Do What U Like.' The following year, their first album, 'Take That & Party,' was released on August 17, 1992, which marked the band's formal debut. In the United Kingdom, the band has amassed a staggering 12 number-one singles to their credit. In 1993, the song 'Pray' became the band's first Top 10 success, while the song 'These Days' was their most recent Number 1 hit, which peaked at Number 1 in 2014. They've also had six Number One albums out of the eight albums they've released since 1992, which is a remarkable achievement.

'Everything Changes'

Due to the fact that it was the sixth single taken from their second album, 'Everything Changes,' which was the third best-selling album of the year 1993, their next song, 'Love Aint Here Anymore,' only managed to reach Number 3 on the charts.
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Last four songs

Their last four songs – "Sure," "Back For Good,," "Never Forget," and "How Deep Is Your Love" – shot to the top of the charts, demonstrating that they were once again in the industry.

"Nobody Else"

Take That's third studio album, titled "Nobody Else," debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart and sold 163,399 copies in its first week of release. It has now gone on to sell more than six million copies in over 100 countries across the world. As the band was at the height of their popularity, Robbie decided to leave in order to pursue a solo career. He departed the band in June 1995.

After the group's dissolution

They continued to work together after the group's dissolution, but on February 13, 1996, they announced that they would be calling it quits. Because their supporters were in such distress, the administration quickly created a telephone hotline to provide them with assistance in dealing with their situation. It was released in 2005, after the members of the band had achieved varying degrees of solo success. The compilation CD 'Never Forget: The Ultimate Collection' was released in 2005.


Take That has reformed as a four-piece, with Robbie having been replaced by Nicky, ten years after announcing their breakup. They returned with a whole new album, 'Beautiful World,' which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 list and included the hit song 'Patience,' which stayed atop the chart for four weeks. And then came the release of their tenth chart-topping single, "Shine," which made them one of just seven acts in the history of the United Kingdom chart to have scored more than nine Number 1 singles.