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Take That & Party

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Take That & Party is the debut studio album by English boy band Take That. Released on 17 August 1992 on RCA Records, it reached number two on the UK Albums Chart and stayed in the UK Top 75 album chart for 73 weeks (almost 18 months). It was their only album not to reach number one until Wonderland also peaked at number two in 2017. The album has been certified two times platinum in the United Kingdom. Background, production and release In 1989, Manchester-based music mogul Nigel Martin-Smith sought to create a British male vocal group in the vein of New Kids On The Block and The Jackson 5, his vision being a teen-oriented group with multi-demographic appeal. Martin-Smith was introduced to young singer-songwriter Gary Barlow, and was so impressed with his catalogue of material he decided to build his new-look boy band around Barlow's musical abilities. A campaign to audition young males with abilities in dancing and singing ensued, taking place in Manchester and other surr
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