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Genre: Pop - Dance Pop / Artist: Take That / Audio CD released 1980-01-01 at RCA

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      17.05.2013 00:55
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      a good summary of records from the wra

      =That That Greatest Hits=

      Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Robbie Williams, Jason and Orange and Howard Donald, - who all took the UK by storm in the early 1990. They were released on to the world by their manager Nigel Martin-Smith. The hype for TT literally became an overnight sensation.

      This album covers their greatest hits from around 1991 to 1995.


      =The Album Cover=
      For any TT fan, the middle of the album has two T's one on top of the other inside a circle, and the background is made up from graphics of their previous album covers.

      =The Tracks=

      =1. How Deep Is Your Love =
      This is a cover of the Beegees classic hot, and was released after Robbie had left the froup in 1995, Gary took the lead in this song, and to me that summed up the group. it was an ok song.

      =2. Never Forget =
      This was the last song before the group split up in September 1995, I remember that as I was just starting college as a mature student (I was aged 24), and the 16 / 17 yr girls would be in the toilets crying over a group.

      I felt that you really needed to listen to the song, as the lyrics were more than just words, it was as though they were saying goodbye to an era, and that would be replaced in your dreams.

      =3. Back For Good =
      This was a good song, a borderline ballard, about splitting up with a girl and wanting her back, how the heart heals but the memories are there, I guess a modern day equivalent would be the pictures of the ex that you don't want to remove from facebook.

      =4. Sure =
      Another soppy ballad to add to the collection. To me this was the Gary show, with the others slotting in as and where, one I could take or leave

      =5. Love Ain't Here Anymore =
      By now it had sunk in that the underlying pattern to the album was love based songs whether a positive in love or not. Good base of words to the song as it really does pull at the heart strings.

      =6. Everything Changes=
      I almost feel like saying how true, - this was a good song as it showed Robbies strength in vocals, good strong song.

      =7. Babe =
      The first thing that I noticed or was more shocked was that both Gary and Robbie took a step back from the limelight, and Mark was the lead vocal on this song. The theme of the song was taking a step back and seeing an ex and the revelation of a child who looks exactly like him. With the gentleness of mark's voice, it actually felt like you were listening to a story than a song. It felt more personal to me. This when released as a single back in December 1993 got to no 1.

      =8. Relight My Fire=
      The classic party song and with this one Lulu joins in th e song, upbeat, lively, and a really good song.

      =9. Pray=
      This was song wrote by Gary, and you really felt that the words suited real life, the song was aimed at an ex partner and wishing they were back together.

      =10. Why Can't I Wake Up With=
      This was released as a single in 1993 and went to number 2. It is a love song and another Gary leads the band, but for me this one I could easily skip. Thats just me

      =11. Could It Be Magic =
      This is a Barry Manilow cover, it was a dance based track, one you can do the housework to with a sprite in your step.

      =12. A Million Love Songs =
      This is a good song, soft, easy listening, the lyrics are about not telling the girlfriend that they love her. To me this is a make up song.

      =13. I Found Heaven=
      A girl is the theme, seems to be a common approach on way or the another, whether that is clever marketing to get to the female to buy. Robbie is the lead on this was upbeat and easy to listen to.

      =14. It Only Takes A Minute =
      Pop, pop, pop, a typica; catchy song, for the charts, one that you find yourself singing along to without actually realising.

      =15. Once You've Tasted Love=
      This didn't do well in the charts, it didn't make the top 40, it was about falling on love the first time, to me this didn't tick the boxes, it just floated.

      =16. Promises=
      I could not get on with this song, as I felt it was too much of a mis match of voices of styles, as though it was got for all the market.

      =17. Do What You Like =
      This was upbeat, a happy song, but again about relationships, I remember at the time, that it seems to be the odd one out to be single.

      =Overall=
      It was a good mix of songs but by midway, it just seemed to be relationships in one way or another, and that became a bit of a bug bearer for me. Any TT fans this was a good album.

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      12.10.2010 13:18
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      Five stars!

      I remember when I first listened to this album, my dad had been away with work and upon his return he presented me with Take That's Greatest hits - on cassette. I was absolutely made up that he'd bought it for me and over the following two or three years I probably wore that cassette out. I loved every song on it and when I got my first CD player I duly went out and bought this album on CD.

      Recently I've dusted this CD down and I've played it quite a lot and I've thoroughly enjoyed dancing around my bedroom like I did during the good old days!

      Unless you've been hiding under a rock you'll probably know that Take That are back as a five piece, Robbie has returned after a pretty long stint away from the band (15 years if you're counting) and this album contains all the hits that Take That produced the first time around - when they were a five piece and they used to dance half naked, covered in baby oil...

      This album opens with the Bee Gee's classic How Deep Is Your Love. Although Take That's version of the song was okay, it was mediocre in comparison to other songs they've produced and to me it seems a little odd that a band as famous as TT decided to open their Greatest Hits album with a cover, but who am I to argue with the pop legends...

      The second song on the album is 'Never Forget,' which is guaranteed to get the hairs on the back of your neck to stand on end... If you've ever been to a Take That concert then you'll know that this number gets the crowd going every time. The song is full of emotion, the backing choir are amazing and if you have this song on then you can't help but sing along.

      After one of Take That's other mediocre offerings - Back For Good - the big hits start playing. Sure, Love Ain't Here Anymore, Everything Changes, Babe, Relight My Fire and Pray are all vintage pop tracks - and they roll continuously - one after the other.

      The album then lowers the tempo slightly and we get to a few slushy numbers. But although Why Can't I Wake Up With You, Could It Be Magic and Million Love Songs are slower, they are still really enjoyable and you'll still belt your heart out to them!

      For me, my favourite part of the album is the end, the last four tracks are from the first album and although TT weren't massive stars then, but if you were a Take That fan back in the day then you'll appreciate this portion of the CD. The songs are dancy, fun and fast - and they take me right back to being a young girl.

      If you're a big Take That fan then you probably already have this album, but if you weren't that into the fabulous five, but you appreciate vintage pop, then make sure you get your hands on this album.

      *** Track List ***

      1. How Deep Is Your Love
      2. Never Forget
      3. Back For Good
      4. Sure
      5. Love Ain't Here Anymore
      6. Everything Changes
      7. Babe
      8. Relight My Fire
      9. Pray
      10. Why Can't I Wake Up With You
      11. Could It Be Magic
      12. Million Love Songs
      13. I Found Heaven
      14. It Only Takes A Minute
      15. Once You've Tasted Love
      16. Promises
      17. Do What U Like

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        splendid

        This has to be one of those must-have albums. I don't think anyone doesn't like Take That. Always a cut above the rest in terms of boyband stakes, Gary Barlow's ability to carve out decent pop songs has always put them one step ahead in the game.

        Who are they:

        Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and formally Robbie Williams, who left the group. Gary writes most of the tracks and tends to do the lead vocals on the majority of the songs.

        On this album:

        Their cover of The Bee Gees 'How Deep Is Your Love' is always one which nags me. It is well performed but it is the kind of track which did not need re-doing. Barlow's vocals are tender and sound poised on the brink of emotional collapse, yet I shall stick with the original. They excel at their own ballads though, as the next track up is the brilliant 'Never Forget.' This is one of those life-affirming songs which will make you think the world is great. The part where the big brass band join in is tremendous.

        Other Highlights:

        Check out the amazing 'Back For Good' which is one of those songs you cannot add to. It is perfectly structured, sung beautifully and just ever so original. Barlow's voice has never sounded better than on this, especially when he pulls off those high notes on the chorus. Mark Owen tries his hardest to do a ballad on 'Babe.' It is a charming enough song, yet he lacks the power of Barlow's voice. I prefer their take on 'Relight My Fire.' Now this is a cover version done with panache. Fiery vocals from the lads and an appearance from Lulu give it high energy and the disco flavour is one they should have explored more. My final tip is 'Million Love Songs' which is pinned down by Barlow to a tee. Heartbreaking vocals over a piano, this is touching and the emotion comes across with a believability and rawness.

        Avoid:

        'Do What You Like' is shockingly bad, but it was their first effort so they are let off.

        Overall:

        You cannot argue with seventeen tracks, the ballads are the best and it has to be said that the newer material is a lot stronger. But it is also interesting to see just how they have developed over the years.

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        28.06.2008 04:09
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        Take That's 'Greatest Hits' collection is well worth investing in.

        When a statement was released on February 13th 1996 that the band Take That was to split up, RCA Records hurried into action and this 'Greatest Hits' collection was released on the 1st of March 1996. Seventeen tracks are featured here, comprising of some of the bands finest tracks and also coming complete with the Beegees cover 'How Deep Is Your Love' which was the bands final single before splitting up. Take That actually reformed in 2005 and 'How Deep Is Your Love' is therefore not the last single that the band ever released, it was however the last that the band would release for ten years before returning with the smash hit number one single 'Patience'. As this 'Greatest Hits' collection was released in 1996 it therefore does not include anything from the bands 'Beautiful World' album, don't let this put you off however as Take That released a high number of incredibly powerful pop songs throughout the 90s.

        'How Deep Is Your Love' is a fine way for the band to kick this collection off, it's an excellent cover of the Beegees classic and one that I personally am a particularly big fan of. Take That do an exquisitely fine job here of really making the track their own, this one begins this 'Greatest Hits' collection brilliantly well and as the band progresses its way through the rest of the collection never does the music disappoint.

        Tracks such as 'Back For Good', 'Everything Changes' and 'Relight My Fire' are absolute favourites of mine from the Take That back-catalogue, they're all fantastic pop songs and these tracks do I feel provide the finest moments from this collection. Always the music of Take That comes complete with an absolutely excellent chorus, these tracks possess the bands very best and every time I hear these tracks I smile. 'Back For Good' and 'Relight My Fire' particularly appeal to me here, the choruses to both these tracks are exceptionally well crafted and the melodies also are absolutely astonishing. 'Back For Good' was actually written by Gary Barlow, he's really proven himself to be a highly proficient songwriter over the years and this I feel is one of the finest tracks that the man has ever written.

        'It Only Takes a Minute' is another personal favourite from this album, again the melody is exceptional and the chorus simply astonishing. It's the perfect presentation of a pop song, Take That is an incredible boyband and this is one of the best singles that the band has ever released. 'Babe' was famously denied a Christmas number one by Mr Blobby, quite a kick in the teeth for Take That but still a truly phenomenal pop track. Featuring little Mark Owen on lead vocals, this is one of those tracks that I can just never forget; I still remember it being played in plentiful amounts around Christmas time and every time I hear it I therefore think of Christmas joy. East 17s 'Stay Another Day' is the track that reminds me most fondly of Christmas, 'Babe' has a similar effect on me however and this five minute pop gem is one that absolutely everyone should hear.

        Closing the collection is 'Do What U Like'; one of my least favourite tracks of Take That's 'Greatest Hits'. This was the first single that Take That ever released as a band, the collection works backwards from new to old and that's why the collection finishes so disappointingly. The bands first few hits barely hit the Top 40, 'It Only Takes a Minute' was the bands first big hit and even that one only reached number 7. 'Do What U Like' hit a high of 82, it's the least successful Take That single there ever has been and there's good reason for that too; it's just not very good. The way that this collection runs is incredibly lazily done; it was however quickly knocked out when the band announced it was splitting though so I guess its understandable really that this 'Greatest Hits' collection is more than a little shoddy in layout. Starting at the beginning and working forwards would make more sense to me, that's not the way that this album was done though and the majority of the quality is therefore loaded toward the very start of the collection.

        If you're looking for a good bit of nostalgic pop fun then I'd most definitely recommend investing in Take That's 'Greatest Hits' collection from 1996. The collection possesses a lazy layout, it does however contain a number of excellent pop tracks and if you like a bit of Take That then you can't really go far wrong with this one. Roughly half the tracks here were written either by Gary Barlow or other members of the band; a high contrast to the 2005 release 'Beautiful World' where Take That was involved in the writing process of every track on the album. How deep is your love for Take That? If the answer to this question is 'very' and you don't already own this album then what do you think you're playing at? Get this album right now and let the music shine.

        For those that are interested, these are Take That's Greatest Hits:

        1. How Deep Is Your Love
        2. Never Forget
        3. Back For Good
        4. Sure
        5. Love Ain't Here Anymore
        6. Everything Changes
        7. Babe
        8. Relight My Fire
        9. Pray
        10. Why Can't I Wake Up With You
        11. Could It Be Magic
        12. Million Love Songs
        13. I Found Heaven
        14. It Only Takes A Minute
        15. Once You've Tasted Love
        16. Promise
        17. Do What U Like


        This 'Greatest Hits' collection from Take That can currently be bought from Play.com for a bargain price of £3.99.

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          28.02.2008 23:54
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          Greatest Hits album.

          First time around I was not a big fan of take that, I was more into E17 as they were the bad boys but now I do find myself quite enjoying their songs and so a Greatest Hits album was a good choice for me.

          Some of the songs work really well but there are some quite poor ones on thsi album. Personally I like the more upbeat songs which are better to dance to rather than the ballads that they do.

          Relight my Fire has to be my favourite track on the album, it has some great vocals and the boys voices really work well together on this track. My other big favourite is It only takes a minute girl which is another record with a slightly higher tempo to it.

          There are a few songs however on this album which are instantly forgettable and leave me feeling a bit flat, Do wat U like and Want you back are both tracks that I tend to skip while listening in the car and they never got transferred to my MP3 player either.

          Overall this is not a bad album although listening to it after a wile I began to reaise why I was never a big fan of theirs but compared with some of the X-Factor inspired dross that makes the charts these days at least these guys can actually write and sing their own stuff.

          I got my copy for £5.99 from cd-wow when they had a sale on.

          Track List

          1) How Deep Is Your Love
          2) Never Forget
          3) Back For Good
          4) Sure
          5) Love Ain't Here Anymore
          6) Everything Changes
          7) Babe
          8) Relight My Fire
          9) Pray
          10) Why Can't I Wake Up With You
          11) Could It Be Magic
          12) Million Love Songs
          13) I Found Heaven
          14) It Only Takes A Minute
          15) Once You've Tasted Love
          16) Promises
          17) Do What U Like
          18) Love Ain't Here Anymore

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            28.02.2008 01:29
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            Very good Greatest Hits album

            Take That's Greatest Hits album speaks for itself. They were at the top of their game for so many years, and this is the end result of all that hard work: an album of 18 tracks, 8 of which made it to the number 1 spot in the UK charts! It is a fine product, reflective of a manufactured boy band thrust into the limelight and forced tosink or swim.

            The album was produced chronologically in reverse order, with the exception of the last track, which is the version of 'Love Ain't Here Anymore' that was recorded for release in the U.S. All tracks are well balanced and shows that this is a wonderful greatest hits album.

            These are the tracks:

            1. How Deep Is Your Love
            2. Never Forget
            3. Back For Good
            4. Sure
            5. Love Ain't Her Anymore
            6. Everything Changes
            7. Babe
            8. Relight My Fire
            9. Pray
            10. Why Can't I Wake Up With You
            11. Could It Be Magic
            12. A Million Love Songs
            13. I Found Heaven
            14. It Only Takes A Minute
            15. Once You've Tasted Love
            16. Promises
            17. Do What U Like
            18. Love Ain't Here Anymore (U.S. Version)

            The musical talents of Gary Barlow are on show here from the beginning of the album. As regress in time with the tracks, the music becomes more and more atypical of the style around at the time, until we get the cheesy tracks 16 and 17 which fitted in so well with the pop culture at the end of the 1980s. There are some classics on this album, and some songs which will put a smile on the faces of thousands across the world for years to come. It's a good album to have in your collection, and I for one am glad to have it. A couple of the tracks are not my cup of tea, but its chronological nature explains the changing in style as you listen to them in turn.

            The album is available from amazon.co.uk for £4.28.

            Please check my other reviews. Thanks for reading.

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              05.10.2006 20:56
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              A Pop Classic CD

              Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Robbie Williams, Jason Orange and Urmmm who was the other one again? ::googles:: Howard Donald.

              These 5 lads from Manchester took the UK by storm back in the early 1990s. They were The Beatles of their time. I remember being at school in my early teens and all the girls my age would lust after them. For some reason I didnt, I was a New Kids on The Block Lass. Although I admit to having a wee crush on Mark. They were unleashed onto the pop scene by their manager Nigel Martin-Smith and quickly built up a frenzied hype and buzz around a somewhat fetishy image... Quickly building a legion of fans with their saucy dance routines, PVC tight outfits and cheeky sense of humour they achieved huge success and a string of classic, If somewhat dodgy singles.

              This is a collection of their greatest hits from that era (1991-1995) as they have jumped on the comeback bandwagon and recently started a UK tour and are fetching out new material soon. The demand is huge, although Robbie left the group they have an ardent set of fans who want to relive their teenage youth and see them in concert again. I wish Id have got tickets!

              The Cover
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              The cover is immediately spottable and is based upon albums past. In the middle is a huge Take that logo (Two T's, one upside down the other on top of it inside a circle) with Take That Greatest Hits in huge white lettering. The background is made up of tiny boxes filled with graphics of their previous album covers. This is a really original idea and looks different to any other album cover I have seen.



              The Tracklist
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              The Tracklist covers every well known song they produced from their very first single 'Do What You Like' to their last 'Never Forget'. Its a very varied and eclectic mix of songs from ballads to dancey tunes. Here is my thoughts on the songs picked.


              1. How Deep Is Your Love

              This was released just after Robbie had split from the group in 1995. A cover of the Beegees classic hit, Gary took the lead as usual and produced a fair cover but many preferred the original. The video centred around the lads getting tied up in chairs by a mad woman. Hmm. Nice for mellow listening.

              2. Never Forget

              This was their last song ever released prior to splitting up (obviously) released in September 1995. With meaningful lyrics referring to their past and fame they have had 'Some day all this will be someone elses dream' it signalled the end of an era. I was never keen on this song but it always goes down well whenever its played and I know all the lyrics. *blushes*

              3. Back For Good

              In my humble opinion this was Take Thats greatest moment and best song. I adored it. A soppy ballad about splitting up with a girlfriend and wanting them back 'Got a picture of you beside me, Got your lipstick mark still on my coffee cup Oh girlllllll' , It still gives me tingles. With a black and white video of the guys sat around looking solemnly into the distance, we all swooned and wished we were the girl in question running towards them arms flailing wide open saying 'Im backkkk' Well worth a listen and the one most likely to skip to first.

              4. Sure

              Another soppy ballad about meeting the woman of your dreams 'Sure so sure its heaven knocking at my door' this was released in October 1994 and got to number 1. Gary is on the lead vocals and its a decent enough song with a nice melody. Not one of my favourites though, a bit too brie for me.

              5. Love Ain't Here Anymore

              Are you sensing a pattern in the theme of the songs? They are all about falling in love or splitting up, arent they! A good song for if your feeling lonely to make you feel even more miserable Gary bemoans the lack of love in his life. 'Love aint here anymore, Its gone away to a town called yesterday'. Songwriting at its best, eh.

              6. Everything Changes

              At last a more upbeat song. Get on your dancing shoos! With a piano lead opening to a funky rhythmn Robbie shares the lead vocals and his talent is really apparent. The video was set in a cafe with the guys going mad dancing and eyeing up the laydees. The main theme of the song is everything in life changes except the beautiful lady who is as loyal as ever. Right on!

              7. Babe

              Awww little Mark gets to do a song. About time! After Robbie or Gary hogging the lead vocal this was a refreshing change. A emotive little song with Marks timid vocals somehow suiting the mood of it. This time Mark is singing about getting in touch with an ex and then there is the huge revelation of Mark seeing a child who looks exactly like him!! Wheres Jeremy Kyle when you need him. This got to number 1 in December 1993. Sweet.

              8. Relight My Fire

              Classic party song. Here Lulu joins the lads in a rampant song about spicing up a lacklustre relationship. 'Relight my fire, Your love is my only desire'. Great song with Lulu belting out a corker of a bridge near the end. Rumour has it she got it on with Howard between filming. Theres life in the old dog yet.

              9. Pray

              The video was again black and white set on a beach with the guys stood splashing around looking pensive and hungry with desire. How we swooned. Garys songwriting capabilities for catchy songs obviously in effect, we all knew the words soon enough. Aimed at an ex about praying they were back together again.

              10. Why Can't I Wake Up With

              Released in February 1993 this went to Number 2. Another soppy love song about wanting to be with the lady of their dreams. Gary is on lead vocals (for a change) but this is a track I tend to skip. It annoys me.

              11. Could It Be Magic

              A cover of the Barry Manilow song this really catapulted them into the spotlight in December 1992. A dancey little number with the guys running around energetically in the video, I really adore this song and can remember singing it happily when I was little. We all wished they were singing about us. Turn up the volume and relive your youth!

              12. A Million Love Songs

              Gary Barlow, a piano, some saxophone in the background and the soppiest song of the album. Its my guilty secret in life that I love this song. It really is easy to listen to and has beautiful lyrics although would be too embarrassing to have playing at your wedding I imagine. Gary struggles to tell his girlfriend he loves her 'A Million love songs later, here I am trying to tell you that I care'. Sigh.

              13. I Found Heaven

              Bouncing on to an upbeat song and change of tempo this is a jolly number about meeting, you guessed it, another girl. These lads were players werent they. Robbie takes the vocals on this single that was released early on in their career.

              14. It Only Takes A Minute

              ::Does the dance:: This has the funniest lyrics of the lot who else could put the lyrics 'If you get a flu attack for thirty days you're on your back ' into a song. A great pop tune. You cant help but sing along to it!

              15. Once You've Tasted Love

              This only reached number 47 in March 1992 but for me its an outstanding track and didnt get the credit it deserved. With a touch of electo pop about it, Its about falling in love for the first time. 'Once you've tasted love, its just the beginning of a new world' with some female 'ooooh' and 'aaaaah' vocals in the background. Top Stuff!

              16. Promises

              I hate this song. Sorry I cant comment on it.

              17. Do What You Like

              A feisty little number about being independant in a relationship this is the first single ever released which got to a paltry number 82!! I remember the cheesy dance routines they used to do to this, no wonder! Happy singalong pop that you cant help but smile at.

              All in all it is a great album to listen to in the peace of your own bedroom so you can dance infront of the mirror with your hairbrush, or to sing along to in your car.

              Who it would appeal to?
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              Any fans of cheesy pop music would be in there glory with this mix. Or anyone in their early 20s-30s who remember what it was like first time around. Its a must have for your CD collection.

              How much is costs and where its available from
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              Available from any good music retailer or supermarket. Plus online you could get it from Play.com, Amazon or Ebay and many more. I have done a quick pricerunner search and the cheapest place to buy it from is ~ £5.99 and free P&P from forcheapcds.com.

              More Information on Take That at www.takethat.com

              Copyright cherwaite 2006.

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                The greatest boyband ever...? Take Thats Greatest Hits album is exactly what the title suggests. This album is ideal for any pop fan with hits abundent from the career span of 6 years. The album features a wide range of tracks mainly written by lead singer Gary Barlow. Great to reminisce of your younger years with classic tracks such as "Back for Good", "Relight My Fire" and "Pray". Great for partying and for cheering you up! A must have in every pop fans CD collection.

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                Disc #1 Tracklisting
                1 How Deep Is Your Love
                2 Never Forget
                3 Back For Good
                4 Sure
                5 Love Ain't Here Anymore
                6 Everything Changes
                7 Babe
                8 Relight My Fire
                9 Pray
                10 Why Can't I Wake Up With You
                11 Could It Be Magic
                12 Million Love Songs
                13 I Found Heaven
                14 It Only Takes A Minute
                15 Once You've Tasted Love
                16 Promise
                17 Do What U Like