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  • Obálka knihy  Progress Live od , ISBN:  0602527874012 Obálka knihy  Progress Live od , ISBN:  0602527874012

Progress Live (CD / Album)

  • Kategorie: Rock-Pop
  • Formát: CD / Album
  • Počet disků: 2
  • Vydavatel: Polydor
  • Datum vydání: 2011-11-28
  • EAN: 0602527874012

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Seznam skladeb

  • Disk 1 - Track 1-Rule the World
  • Disk 1 - Track 2-Greatest Day
  • Disk 1 - Track 3-Hold Up a Light
  • Disk 1 - Track 4-Patience
  • Disk 1 - Track 5-Shine
  • Disk 1 - Track 6-Let Me Entertain You
  • Disk 1 - Track 7-Rock DJ
  • Disk 1 - Track 8-Come Undone
  • Disk 1 - Track 9-Feel
  • Disk 1 - Track 10-Angels
  • Disk 2 - Track 11-No Regrets/Relight My Fire
  • Disk 2 - Track 1-The Flood
  • Disk 2 - Track 12-Eight Letters
  • Disk 2 - Track 2-SOS
  • Disk 2 - Track 8-Pray
  • Disk 2 - Track 4-Kidz
  • Disk 2 - Track 5-Pretty Thing
  • Disk 2 - Track 9-Love Love
  • Disk 2 - Track 10-Never Forget
  • Disk 2 - Track 6-When They Were Young Medley
  • Disk 2 - Track 3-Underground Machine
  • Disk 2 - Track 7-Back for Good

Details

2011 two CD live release from the reunited British boyband. In 2011, Take That embarked on the biggest tour the UK and Ireland had ever seen, breaking all previous records. The Progress Live Tour went through 29 UK stadiums and played to over 1.8 million people. Named after the three-million-plus selling Progress album that reunited them, the Progress Live 2011 tour, was the first time the band had toured together as a five-piece (Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Robbie Williams) since 1995. The tour's huge production included roller skating bees, a giant purple caterpillar, shaolin monks, dancing chess pieces, a massive 75 foot wall of water, scaled by acrobatic, gravity defying dancers, a huge 60 foot robot nick-named OM who moved down through the audience throughout the set. The entire set was presided over by the "'big man", a massive head and shoulder structure with lasers for eyes, 150 feet above, looking out over the crowds on the top of the stage.
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