Formed in 1990 as a five piece, Take That took the world by storm, with songs including ‘Relight My Fire’, ‘Everything Changes But You’ ‘Could It Be Magic’, ‘Pray’ and ‘A Million Love Songs’, becoming part of the UK’s songbook. By the time Robbie Williams left to pursue a solo career in 1995, phone lines had to be set up to counsel distraught fans. Classic anthems ‘Never Forget’ and ‘Back For Good’ marked his departure. In 2005, they returned as a four piece to huge acclaim, reaching national treasure status before welcoming Robbie back for 2010’s Progress album and a tour that broke records by selling out eight nights at Wembley Stadium. Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen have again successfully re-invented themselves as a three piece. Wonderland, their latest album became their eighth top-five studio album.