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Top 5 Take That Songs
Top 5 Take That Songs
Posted by: White Lion
Date: 19.03.2014
In celebration of the Take That Experience coming to Aldeburgh this April, we thought we’d run down our top five Take That songs!

Take That are one of the all-time greats of British pop culture who have given us countless sing-alongs over the years, with over 40 million records sold worldwide. As we welcome the band’s greatest tribute act to the Jubilee Hall in Aldeburgh on April 25th, here are our top five songs courtesy of Gary Barlow and Co. Do you agree? Get in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter and let us know yours! Whilst your there, remember to like and follow us online for regular updates on our events in Suffolk.

The White Lion 'Take That Top 5':

1. Patience
The first single from their comeback album ‘Beautiful World’ in 2006.

2. Greatest Day
The group’s most recent number one single, taken from their fifth studio album.

3. Back For Good
Probably the band’s most successful single, reaching number one in 31 countries.

4. Rule The World
Famously performed at the London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony as the flame was extinguished.

5. Pray
Their first number one single taken from their second studio album in 1993.

A word from the GM:
“I am a massive fan of Take That and cannot wait for the band’s finest tribute act to play in Aldeburgh. We have some fantastic offers for those of you who want to eat with us beforehand, stay for the weekend, or both. We hope to see you soon for a good old sing-along!”


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