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Nobody Else

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Take That ~ Nobody Else

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Sure
  2. Back For Good
  3. Babe
  4. Pray
  5. Nobody Else
  6. Never Forget
  7. Holding Back The Tears
  8. Every Guy
  9. Love Ain't Here Anymore
  10. The Day After Tomorrow


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 15, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000002VPN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,522 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Nearly 30 years ago, The Beatles released an album cover in which they wore bloodied butcher smocks and were surrounded by decappitated baby dolls and chunks of raw meat. It was a statement against their US subsidiary "butchering" the group's original albums to suit their own purposes. The story of Take That's 'Nobody Else' falls under much the same storyline.
This, the group's second US release, caught the American fans by surprise mainly because the group's second album 'Everything Changes' was never released here in the States. It was a shock to anyone who had warmed up to the peppy boy-band who gave us the dance club favorites "Could It Be Magic" and "Do What U Like", to all of a sudden find a "follow up" album full of dark, brooding love songs.
Surprise at it was, this album yielded the group's only US hit "Back For Good". It also featured the beautiful Take That classic "Love Ain't Here Anymore" which along with "Pray" and "Babe" had been lifted off the group's second album. The rest of the album features a few new songs featured on the UK album including the singles "Sure" and "Never Forget". It has been said that the UK version is a far better album and a more suitable farewell from the group who was so much more than just another boy-band.
My Suggestion? Try to find the UK version, its more of a deal for your money. If you must have this album, don't say you weren't warned.
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This album is great and very mature taking out the disco pop for brooding ballads. The album was number 1 in almost every European country and Asia/Australasia. The record sounds fresh and has huge highlights, obviously 'Back For Good' (no 1 in 31 countries worldwide including Canada/7 on US Hot 100) and the epic and amazing 'Never Forget'. 'The Day after Tomorrow' is also a standout track.
Robbie quit the band in summer 95 as 'Never Forget' hit number 1 in the UK and Take That went top ten in the US in November, however the group had decided to split up in December meaning they couldn't capitalise on North American success which was a shame.
Other tracks enjoyed were 'Sunday To Saturday','Nobody Else','Holding Back The Tears' and 'Lady Tonight' but the whole album is great.

It was during this album period on 17th July 1995 when Robbie Williams left the group sending fans and the media Worldwide into meltdown hence why in hindsight this album represents the beginning of the end.
Two weeks later the track 'Never Forget' hit UK#1 with archival footage of the group's ascent to the top as the music video.

'Nobody Else' was also the highest peaking album by a Western boyband in Japan until Backstreet Boys 'Black and Blue' album in 2000.

Take That were the first British boy band to achieve a US top ten single throughout the 1990's and only one other British boy band 5ive managed this feat during this decade however with a lower peak to Take That. Some 17 years later first initially by The Wanted and subsequently One Direction both achieved higher US single peaks for a British boy band.

16th best selling album of 1995 in the UK.

'Back For Good' won Song of the Year in 1995 at the Ivor Novello awards for songwriting and composing.
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The US Version of Take That's third and final proper album, 'Nobody Else', disappoints mainly because it feels so tacked-together. Or maybe it's just because I know what it's missing. 'Pray', 'Babe', and 'Love Ain't Here Anymore' have been chucked in from the previous album 'Everything Changes' and brilliant tracks like 'Lady Tonight' and 'Hate it' have been scrapped! It doesn't have the same flow as the original, nor does it feel like the same body of work and it also suffers because it only features ten tracks. I think the US record company thought they'd do the same as Capitol did with The Beatles albums - slice and dice them so that they could make as many albums (and money!) as the could. This probably would have worked too, if they hadn't broken up as soon as 'Back For Good' had become a US Top Ten hit!
At the end of the day however this album does feature some beauties; all of the previously mentioned tunes plus UK #1s 'Sure', 'Never Forget', the teary 'The Day After Tommorrow' and the brilliant 'Holding Back The Tears'.
Never mind, if you can't find the original version of 'Nobody Else' on import, then you could do much worse than this one. But do try, it'll be well worth it - trust me!
Scott Keenan
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The US Version of 'Nobody Else' disappoints mainly because it feels so tacked-together. Or maybe it's just because I know what it's missing. 'Pray', 'Babe', and 'Love Ain't Here Anymore' have been chucked in from the previous album 'Everything Changes' and brilliant tracks like 'Lady Tonight' and 'Hate it' have been scrapped! It doesn't have the same flow as the original, nor does it feel like the same body of work and it also suffers because it only features ten tracks. I think the US record company thought they'd do the same as Capitol did with The Beatles albums - slice and dice them so that they could make as many albums (and money!) as the could. This probably would have worked too, if they hadn't broken up as soon as 'Back For Good' had become a US Top Ten hit!
At the end of the day however this album does feature some beauties; all of the previously mentioned tunes plus UK #1s 'Sure', 'Never Forget', the teary 'The Day After Tommorrow' and the brilliant 'Holding Back The Tears'.
Never mind, if you can't find the original version of 'Nobody Else' on import, then you could do much worse than this one. But do try, it'll be well worth it - trust me!
Scott Keenan
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