Progress Live (album)

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Progress Live
Take that progress live.jpg
Live album by Take That
Released 21 November 2011
Recorded June – July 2011 at Wembley Stadium, London and Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Length 108:46
Label Polydor
Take That chronology
Progress Live

Progress Live is the twelfth album released by British pop band Take That. It is also the band's second live album to date and was released as a double disc album in Europe on 21 November 2011 and in the UK on 28 November 2011. The album was recorded during their Progress Live tour at Wembley Stadium in London and Etihad Stadium in Manchester in June and July 2011.


To promote the release of Progress Live on home media and CD, Take That released a music video of their track "Eight Letters" which featured as the closing track on the album Progress and the final song they performed on the setlist of Progress Live. The music video shows highlights of the shows, including behind the scenes footage and the band performing and greeting the fans at the finale. The camera then pans away from Take That as they leave the stage, before receding further to reveal the stage set with the 60 ft mechanical man as it stands arms wide and its heart beating, standing out against the night sky.[1] The song was also released to radio, where it was playlisted by Radio 2 on its first week of radio airplay.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) {{{extra_column}}} Length
1. "Rule the World" Take That   4:10
2. "Greatest Day" Take That   3:54
3. "Hold Up a Light" Take That, Ben Mark, Jamie Norton   4:27
4. "Patience" Take That, John Shanks Polow da Don 3:28
5. "Shine" Take That, Steve Robson   5:43
6. "Let Me Entertain You" Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers   5:54
7. "Rock DJ" Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers, Kelvin Andrews, Nelson Pigford, Ekundayo Paris   4:28
8. "Come Undone" Robbie Williams, Kristian Ottestad, Ashley Hamilton, Daniel Pierre   4:16
9. "Feel" Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers   4:27
10. "Angels" Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers   4:46
11. "The Flood" Take That   4:53
12. "SOS" Take That   3:58
13. "Underground Machine" Take That   4:58
14. "Kidz" Take That   6:51
15. "Pretty Things" Take That   4:05
16. "When They Were Young Medley: "A Million Love Songs"/ "Babe"/ "Everything Changes"" Gary Barlow
Gary Barlow
Gary Barlow, Michael Ward, Eliot Kennedy, Cary Bayliss
17. "Back for Good" Gary Barlow   5:14
18. "Pray" Gary Barlow   5:37
19. "Love Love" Take That   3:58
20. "Never Forget" Gary Barlow   7:31
21. "No Regrets" / "Relight My Fire" Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers / Dan Hartman   5:54
22. "Eight Letters" Take That   5:42


Chart (2011) Peak
Irish Albums (IRMA)[3] 24
Scottish Albums (OCC)[4] 12
UK Albums (OCC)[5] 12


Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United Kingdom (BPI)[6] Gold 100,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format
Denmark[7] 21 November 2011 CD
Germany[8] 25 November 2011
United Kingdom[9] 28 November 2011