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Take That singer appears on sci-fi LP
And now piano player Gary Barlow is set to lend vocals to The Eve of the War as well as Forever Autumn.
But these two aren't fresh Take That tracks, but rather come from the LP The War of the Worlds – the original version of which came out back in the '70s.
The fresh take on the LP is set to hit stores later this year. The last LP that Barlow brought out as a member of Take That was Progress, an album that appeared back in 2010.
It was the first fresh Take That LP since 1995's Nobody Else to feature the contribution of Robbie Williams, who left the band during the 1990s.
Williams himself has a fresh LP, Take the Crown, due next month which contains such numbers as Into the Silence and Candy.
Published by KT.Posted on 19 Sep 2012 16:27 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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