Take That Reform With Original Lineup – Including Robbie Williams! New Album And Tour On The Way

Gary Barlow: Just remember, I’m the main singer Robbie.

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British singer Robbie Williams (L) walks onto the pitch with band mate Gary Barlow before the Unicef Soccer Aid charity match at Old Trafford in Manchester in this June 6, 2010 file photograph. Picture taken June 6, 2010. Williams has rejoined former band Take That to record their first album together since he walked out on them 15 years ago, the group announced on Thursday. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
It has been speculated upon for months, but finally Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Robbie Williams have confirmed that they are working on an album together – to be released in November 2010. It is the first album with the band’s full line-up since their 1995 number one album Nobody Else.

A series of secret meetings took place in New York last September, once Take That finished their incredible The Circus Live tour. All five original Take That members then wrote and recorded six songs together which convinced them that a full scale reunion would work brilliantly.

The pop act have been working on an album – yet to be named – to be released through Polydor Records in November, and will tour in support of it soon afterwards. The LP has been produced by renowned Stuart Price. Take That tickets will be available soon.

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