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Take That's album, Progress, shot straight to the No.1 spot in the UK upon its release in 2010.

The album, which saw the highest first week sales in 13 years, the biggest opening week for an album in Britain since Oasis' Be Here Now, has already sold just under a staggering 520,000 copies making it the the fastest-selling album of the millennium. This phenomenal figure also means it has sold more copies than the rest of the all albums in the Top 10 added together... Wow!

Chart Highlights:

Straight in at No.1 in UK album charts with phenomenal sale of just under 520K making it the biggest-selling album of the millennium and the fastest-selling album in UK since 1997!


'They should be applauded for daring to deliver a laugh out loud, big, brash, electro stadium epic... a stroke of pop genius'
The Telegraph

'They've pushed the envelope while playing to their core audience, who will love them even more'
The Mirror

'Sounds more like a fresh start than a final destination'

'A noteworthy modern album'
The Guardian