Take That Top U.K. Album Charts
Take That have sealed their reunion with Robbie Williams by rocketing to the top of the U.K. album charts with "Progress", making it the fastest-selling disc of the century. The band's first record as a five-piece since Williams quit the group in 1995 shot to the top of the countdown on Sunday, November 21.
Rihanna took second place with "Loud", while Susan Boyle's "The Gift" dropped into third. Meanwhile, British boyband JLS topped the U.K. singles list with their Children In Need charity single "Love You More".
Take That came in at number two with "The Flood" and Ellie Goulding jumped up 33 places to take third spot with a cover of Sir Elton John's track "Your Song".
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