Take That Signed Platinum Disc
This is a Take That Signed Platinum Disc, that was awarded for the album "Everything Changes" and album "Nobody Else". It has facsimile signatures by the 5 members of the band.It was presented for sales in excess of 1.2 million for the album "Everything Changes" and for sales of over 600,000 for the album "Nobody Else" It was presented to record store Hall's of Goole for assisting in the sales of the albums. These awards are presented to radio stations, disc jockeys and retailers who help promote albums and singles. They are the same as the ones presented to the artist but are in recognition for the help in achieving the sales.
This is a rare and collectable music memorabilia item. A great item for any fan of Take That.
Take That Bibliography
Take That are an English pop group from Manchester, formed in 1989. The group currently consists of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, and Mark Owen. The original line-up also featured Jason Orange and Robbie Williams. Barlow acts as the group's lead singer and primary songwriter, with Owen and Williams initially providing backing vocals and Donald and Orange serving primarily as dancers.
The group have had 28 top 40 singles and 17 top 5 singles in the United Kingdom, 12 of which have reached number 1, as well as having 7 number 1 albums. Internationally the band have had 56 number 1 singles and 37 number 1 albums. They have received eight Brit Awards—winning awards for Best British Group and Best British Live Act.
Robbie Williams left the band in 1995 while the four remaining members completed their world tour and released a final single before splitting up in 1996. After filming a 2005 documentary about the group and releasing a new greatest hits album, a four-piece Take That without Williams officially announced a 2006 reunion tour around the UK, entitled The Ultimate Tour.
On 9 May 2006, it was announced that the group were set to record new material together once again; their fourth studio album, Beautiful World, was released in 2006 and was followed up with The Circus, in 2008. The group achieved new success as a four-piece, scoring a string of chart hits across the UK and Europe while taking the number of records sold to 45 million worldwide.
Robbie Williams rejoined Take That in 2010 for the band's sixth studio album, Progress. Released on 15 November of that year, it was the first album of new material to feature Take That's original line-up since their 1995 album, Nobody Else. It became the fastest selling album of the 21st century and the second fastest selling album in British history.
In 2014 the band recorded a seventh studio album, this time as a trio without Williams and Orange. The album, titled III, was released in November 2014 and became the band's seventh number 1. It was preceded by the single "These Days", which became the band's 12th number 1 single in the UK. Since 2011,
Take That have set the new record for the fastest selling tour of all time in the UK with Progress Live, beating the previous record set by their Circus Live Tour in 2009, won the 2011 Brit Award for Best British Group. In 2012, the band were announced by Forbes as the fifth highest-earning music stars in the world. In the same year, the Official Charts Company revealed the biggest selling singles artists in British music chart history with Take That currently placed at 15th overall, making them the most successful boy band in UK chart history with four of their albums listed in the best selling albums of this century.
Everything Changes Bibliography
Everything Changes is the second album for British boyband Take That. It reached number one in the UK Albums Chart, and was nominated for the 1994 Mercury Prize. It was also the third best-selling album of 1993 in the UK. The album was also the band's breakthrough across Europe going top 10 in many countries and top 30 in Australia and Japan. The album has been certified as 4x Platinum in the UK and stayed in the top 75 of the UK Albums Chart for 78 weeks. The album also holds the UK record for the number of top 10 singles for a group from one album. The album sold 3 million copies worldwide according to Billboard.
Nobody Else Bibliography
Nobody Else is the third studio album by British boy band Take That. It was released on 8 May 1995 in the UK, Europe and Asia and on 15 August 1995 in North America. It would become Take That's last studio album to be recorded before they disbanded in 1996. The album includes the singles "Sure", "Back for Good" (which remains the group's most successful song to date) and "Never Forget". The album sold six million copies Worldwide.
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Dimensions. 51cm H x 41cm W x 3cm D