The Best of Take That

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The Best of Take That
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Greatest hits album by Take That
Released 16 June 2001
Recorded 1990–1996
Genre Pop
Length 71:46
Label Calipso Entertainment
Producer Nigel Wright
Take That chronology
Greatest Hits
(1996)Greatest Hits1996
The Best of Take That
Forever... Greatest Hits
(2002)Forever... Greatest Hits2002

The Best of Take That is a repackaged version of British boy band Take That's first Greatest Hits compilation, which was released in 1996. The album was released via Calipso Entertainment, and became the first semi-new release since the band split up.[1] The album has an identical track listing to their Greatest Hits album. The album was released on 16 June 2001, exclusively in Brazil and other areas of South America.[2]

Track listing[edit]

1."How Deep Is Your Love"Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice GibbTake That3:41
2."Never Forget"Gary BarlowBrothers in Rhythm, Dave James, Jim Steinman6:24
3."Back for Good"BarlowGary Barlow, Chris Porter4:01
4."Sure"Barlow, Mark Owen, Robbie WilliamsBrothers in Rhythm, Barlow4:30
5."Love Ain't Here Anymore"BarlowBarlow3:49
6."Everything Changes"BarlowEliot Kennedy, Mike Ward3:33
7."Babe"BarlowJonathan Wales, Paul Jervier, Steve Jervier4:55
8."Pray"Gary BarlowWales, Paul Jervier, Steve Jervier3:43
9."Relight My Fire"Dan HartmanJoey Negro, Andrew Livingstone4:06
10."Why Can't I Wake Up with You"BarlowWales, Paul Jervier, Steve Jervier3:37
11."Could It Be Magic"Barry Manilow, Adrienne AndersonThe Rapino Brothers4:28
12."A Million Love Songs"Gary BarlowBilly Griffin, Ian Levine3:52
13."I Found Heaven"Griffin, LevineGriffin, Levine4:01
14."It Only Takes a Minute"Denis Lambert, Brian PotterNigel Wright3:46
15."Once You've Tasted Love"BarlowDuncan Bridgeman3:43
16."Promises"Barlow, Graham StackPete Hammond3:46
17."Do What U Like"Barlow, Ray HedgesRay Hedges3:07
18."Love Ain't Here Anymore" (US version)BarlowBarlow4:07



  1. ^ "Take That - The Best Of Take That (CD) at Discogs". Retrieved 2012-01-09. 
  2. ^ "The Best of: Take That: Music". Retrieved 2012-01-09.