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Take That takes off record-breaking show in style

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Popular pop band Take That kick started their Wembley Stadium concerts in style putting up a great show on June 30. They are out to do a record-breaking eight gigs at the prestigious stadium.

The concert started off with its members Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald playing the hit numbers from their two albums Beautiful World and The Circus. They enthralled the crowd by singing the songs like “Greatest Day", “Rule The World", “Patience" and “Shine". They also sang the Great British national anthem “God Save The Queen" with the crowd.

Robbie Williams, who quit the band in 1995, also sang songs from his solo career, starting with “Let Me Entertain You" and closing with “Angels". He then joined the band and performed their hit single “The Flood", “Back For Good", “Pray" and more.

That That are abhorrently on their Progress Live tour.

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