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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Polydor UK
  • ASIN: B0051O8Z66
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,881 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. The Flood
2. SOS
3. Wait
4. Kidz
5. Pretty Things
6. Happy Now
7. Underground Machine
8. What Do You Want from Me?
9. Affirmation
10. Eight Letters
Disc: 2
1. When We Were Young
2. Man
3. Love Love
4. The Day the Work Is Done
5. Beautiful
6. Don't Say Goodbye
7. Aliens
8. Wonderful World

Editorial Reviews

2011 two CD release that contains eight brand new tracks from the British popstars on Disc One plus their record-breaking Progress album from 2010 on Disc Two. With solo superstar Robbie Williams' surprise return to the fold, Progress was the first time the five piece recorded a full album together since the release of their #1 album Nobody Else, back in 1995. Progress, their sixth full length album, features the full line up of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams.

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If you liked their previous stuff, you should like this as well.
Anna Motels
Wonderful World (10) So now, after listening to "Progressed" for many months, I have come to thoroughly enjoy the album's amazing diversity of sound and style.
Jon Berg
If you enjoy their other CD's, grab this up and you will not be disappointed.
Jason

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dixon on August 30, 2011
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I purchased several digital tracks from the Progress album, but loved them so much I wanted to buy the CD. Then Progressed came out with a second CD and all new tracks on it. These songs are just as good as those on Progress. I'm not sure why it is so difficult to get Take That's newest music in the United States, but I'm glad I was able to finally get it!

A few negatives though: the 2-CD set came in a flimsy plastic jewel case that didn't hold up well during shipping (most plastic jewel cases don't seem to last these days). Also, both discs look IDENTICAL with no writing or indication of which disc is which! Who's lousy idea was this? Doesn't matter to me, as I like all of the music.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jon Berg on November 9, 2011
Format: Audio CD
First off, let me say that this album grew on me. While I've followed the boys through "Beautiful World" and "The Circus" (and loved both of them thoroughly), I really wasn't sure what to expect when Robbie suddenly returned. Don't get me wrong -- I love Robbie Williams -- his last effort, "Reality Killed The Video Star" still ranks as one of my all-time favourite albums. However, his musical style has, for the most part, taken a drastically different turn than that of TT; so when his inclusion was announced, I wasn't sure if the result would prove to be brilliant, disastrous, or just mediocre.

I purchased the original "Progress" when it was released, having heard none of the tracks. On first listen it was...interesting. Different. Definitely not what I was expecting. It didn't sound like any previous TT album, nor did it sound like any of Robbie's solo works. So I listened to it sporadically over the course of about a year, and certain tracks definitely grew on me. 'The Flood', 'Wait' and 'Pretty Things' wound up in more frequent rotation. Then one day I was on the subway and 'What Do You Want From Me' came on and I actually LISTENED to the lyrics. Clearly the boys who crooned 'Once You've Tasted Love' had matured -- and it shows in EVERY song on the album. Clever wit, sarcasm, and emotional depth combine into what I eventually realised is one AMAZING album.

Then, as is the way of most releases today, it got -- re-released. Two CD's, 8 new tracks. I had to have it. I knew why. I needed to see if these "extra tracks" actually measured up to the tracks that made it onto "Progress". All I can say is -- best $20 ever spent. All 8 tracks equal, if not surpass, their counterparts. Keep in mind, they are musically not what you might be expecting; many are odd, even quirky...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on January 7, 2013
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I just learned about this group about a week ago and I have been hooked to YouTube watching a ton of their performances and interviews since then. This album is amazing, even more so when you watch the documentary that was filmed while they were writing the songs on the first disc. I definitely would not have liked it as much if I didn't know the background that went into making it. Great songwriting and singing all around. The songs jump all over the board in terms of their sound, but my favorites are The Flood, SOS, Eight Letters, and Wait. I wish they were popular enough to perform in the U.S. because I have never wanted to see a concert more badly in my life. Heck, I wish they were just popular enough that I could walk into a store and buy one of their albums or DVDs instead of having to scour the internet. I was surprised that it's even hard to find their music on iTunes.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Musicality on August 15, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Progress was amazing and Progressed is even better! If you loved Progress you'll love this, am glad these great tracks were released along with the main album.
Best songs in no particular order are When We Were Young, Eight Letters, The Flood, SOS. Kidz, Pretty Things, The Day the Work Is Done, Love Love, Beautiful, Happy Now, Underground Machine and Flowerbed. 'Love Love' was featured in the movie 'X-Men: First Class' and 'When We Were Young' was featured in the movie 'The Three Musketeers' both released in 2011.

15th biggest selling album of 2011 in the UK.

Take That also went on to win Best British Group at The Brits (UK Grammys) in 2011.

As of 2014 the only group in British music chart history to have 4 albums cross the 2 million plus sales threshold with Beatles/Coldplay at 3 a piece & Queen/Abba 2 albums.

10th biggest selling album Worldwide in 2010 (no US sales)

Fun Fact: Huge demand for the Progress tour actually caused disruption to British Telecoms on ticket release and the network in Britain to go down momentarily!

Album (weekly): UK #1 (6th) / Europe Hot 100 #1 (3rd), 2 million + copies sold in EU (IFPI), 17 million minimum European certified album sales for band as of this album / Career album sales in UK: 13.3 million

Disc 1:

1.The Flood: UK #2 / Europe #4
2.SOS: UK #91 (Not a single but on strength of downloads alone),
4.Kidz: UK #28, / Europe #38
6.Happy Now: UK #52.

Disc 2:

1.When We Were Young: UK #88,
3.Love Love: UK #15 / Europe #18
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scarlet Jupiter on September 25, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Following their reform in 2006, Take That returned with "Beautiful world" and "The circus", both of which featured soft adult pop-rock/folk songs, developing from the pop-orientated material that established and made them a true sensation in the nineties. "Progress" sounds nothing like these 2 albums, being a straight-up electronic record with a more upbeat synth-driven sound. Continuing their way forward, the increasing maturity in lyrics, the beautifully written melodies, the gorgeous vocal harmonies, the experimental and soul-baring qualities, were quite a deparure altogether from the typical Take That style of former records, introducing them to a more adult audience. Singles "The flood" and "When we were young" rank among the group's finest moments, unanimously. Many were initially unpleasantly surprised upon the album's release. However, most soon came round to admitting that this change in sound was rather necessary for them as a band in order to take another leap forward. Inevitably, Robbie Williams' influence was also seen with reserve, causing both positive and negative criticism.

Living up to its title, with "Progress" Take That broke new territory, and some records, too (the second fastest-selling album ever in the UK, and best-selling album of 2010 in Europe). The album is considered to be among Take That's boldest efforts, though it is not their strongest. This, "Progressed", the subsequent re-package enhanced interest (and boosted sales evenmore, resulting in total UK sales of 3 milion!), boasting 8 new tracks, most of them sitting more than comfortably alongside the original 10; a serious extension of this album, rathen than a simple addition to the original set. A mention about the exquisite, minimalistic artwork, too.
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