Everything Changes is the second studio album by English boy band Take That. It reached number one in the UK Albums Chart, and was nominated for the 1994 Mercury Prize. It was also the third best-selling album of 1993 in the UK. The album was also the band's breakthrough across Europe going top 10 in many countries and top 30 in Australia and Japan. The album has been certified as 4x Platinum in the UK and stayed in the top 75 of the UK Albums Chart for 78 weeks (a year and six months).
Their first album, Take That & Party, was also released in 1992. The following year saw the release of their second album Everything Changes. It spawned four UK number one singles; "Pray", "Relight My Fire", "Babe" and the title track "Everything Changes". The fifth single "Love Ain't Here Anymore" reached number three. Everything Changes also saw the band gain international success. The following year, Take That announced they were to re-form as a five-piece and release an album. This album was titled Progress and was released on 15 November. It debuted at number 1, selling 235,000 copies on its first day and 520,000 copies in its first week becoming the second fastest selling album of all time. It achieved success across Europe debuting at number one in seven countries and top 10 in many others. In 2014, their seventh studio album, III, was released.
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The group's first album, Take That & Party, came out in 1992, and hit big almost immediately across Europe. The combination of Take That's magazine-ready personalities drew eyeballs, and Barlow's crisp songwriting on tracks like "Do What U Like" and "Why Can't I Wake Up With You" garnered comparisons to formidable pop talents. By the middle of that year, the group's third album, Nobody Else, had sold impressively worldwide, and it performed particularly well in Japan and Germany, then the second- and third-biggest markets in the global pop marketplace. The deal initially looked like it would reward Davis's storied instincts.