Album: Progress (2010)
Charted: 28


  • This is the second single from British pop group Take That's sixth studio album, Progress. It was released to British radio on January 17, 2011.
  • The group were due to perform the song live on the December 13, 2010 X Factor final. However the dance routine featured protesters fighting with police with riot shields, forcing Simon Cowell to make the band switch to "The Flood" instead as there had been some quite violent student protests going on at the time.
  • Progress saw Robbie Williams being re-united with the other Take That members after a gap of over 15 years. However, this song should not be confused with his duet with Kylie Minogue, "Kids," which was a #2 hit in the UK in 2000.


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