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Album: Nobody Else
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sure
2)    Back For Good
3)    Every Guy
4)    Sunday to Saturday
5)    Nobody Else
6)    Never Forget
7)    Hanging Onto Your Love
8)    Holding Back the Tears
9)    Hate It
10)    Lady Tonight
11)    Day After Tomorrow, The
 

Album: Nobody Else
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sure
2)    Back For Good
3)    Every Guy
4)    Sunday to Saturday
5)    Nobody Else
6)    Never Forget
7)    Hanging Onto Your Love
8)    Holding Back the Tears
9)    Hate It
10)    Lady Tonight
11)    Day After Tomorrow, The
 
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Performer Notes
  • Take That: Gary Barlow (vocals, programming); Howard Donald, Robbie Williams, Jason Orange, Mark Owen (vocals).
  • Additional personnel: Neil Oldfield, Greg Bone, Phil Palmer (guitar); Steve Anderson (keyboards, bass, drums); Andy Duncan (percussion); Tim Weidner, Chris Cameron (programming); Tessa Niles, Clive Giffin, Lance Ellington, Tommy Blaize, Jayray Ruffin, Beverley Skeete, Monica Reid-Price, Katie Kissoon (background vocals).
  • Producers: Brothers In Rhythm, Gary Barlow (tracks 1, 7-8); Chris Porter, Gary Barlow (tracks 2, 5, 10); S. Jervier, P. Jervier, J. Wales, Mark Beswick (tracks 3-4, 9); Dave James, Brothers In Rhythm (track 6).
  • Engineers: Paul Wright (tracks 1, 6, 7-8); Pete Craigie (tracks 3-4, 9).
  • All songs written by Gary Barlow except "Sure" (Gary Barlow/Michael Owen/Robbie Williams).
  • Presaging the teen-pop phenomenon of the late '90s, Take That took Great Britain by storm in 1993. They didn't, however, hit the States until this release, and even then they hardly made a dent, with only the single "Back for Good" getting any airplay. Where Hanson sparked the boy band craze in the U.S. with a tight band, assured songwriting, good vocals, and an appreciation for rock & roll, and the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC gave us lush harmonies and production, Take That lacks the confidence or the style of even the weakest cut by the above-mentioned groups. With lyrics like "Love ain't here anymore / it's gone away to a town called yesterday," you almost snap out of the coma the rest of the album has induced -- simply because the lines are laughable. Despite lilting vocals on "Back for Good" and the surprisingly risqu‚ "Babe," there isn't a cut that stands out on Nobody Else. Teen pop isn't always art, but it still needs to be well done and have a little bite. This album doesn't offer either. ~ Bryan Buss
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