Being a young kid when this CD was released in the UK I remember more the hysteria of my two older sisters and the constant references in the British media of the group. I've never seen a cultural reaction to a group since, it seemed everyone or at least a mass of the British public loved this band and it is mainly due to their struggle to make boyband pop a mainstream in the charts. (Grunge and dance was the scene) TT had many flop singles which are on the album before finally reaching top ten with 'It Only Takes a Minute'/'A Million Love Songs' and the top 3 hit cover of Barry Manillow 'Could It Be Magic' - the moment TT went nationwide and soon to be global.
The album is patchy but has a lot of heart, hard work and charisma. Take That definately have the likeability factor and are seen as good, nice, hard working guys. This has one of the ultimate Take That songs 'A Million Love Songs' and of course 'Could It Be Magic'. Other tracks liked were 'It Only Takes a Minute', 'Satisfied', 'I Can Make It', 'Promises', 'Give Good Feeling' and 'Take That and Party'.
32nd best selling album of 1992 and 19th in 1993 in the UK.
'Could It Be Magic' also went on to win Best British Single at The Brits (UK Grammys) in 1993.
1.I Found Heaven: UK#15/DE#56,
2.Once You've Tasted Love: UK#47,
3.It Only Takes A Minute: UK#7,
4.A Million Love Songs: UK#7,
7.Do What You Like: UK#82,
12.Could It Be Magic: UK#3/DE#37 (Rapino Radio Single Mix).