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    Formed in Manchester, England
    Gary Barlow
    Howard Donald
    Jason Orange
    Mark Owen
    Robbie Williams
    Recorded 'Back For Good,' 'Shine,' 'Patience,' 'How Deep Is Your Love,' 'Sure,' 'Love Ain't Here Anymore,' 'Everything Changes,' 'Babe,' 'Relight My Fire,' 'Pray,' 'I Found Heaven,' 'A Million Love Songs' and 'It Only Takes A Minute'
    They were supposed to be the British version of New Kids on the Block.
    Their music featured the Hi-NRG (underground dance club) sound.
    Robbie Williams left the band because he couldn't stand their clean-cut image.
    Hotlines were reportedly set up in the UK to console depressed fans after their breakup.
    Despite massive UK success, they were a one-hit wonder in the US ('Back For Good').
    They scored ten number one singles in the United Kingdom.
    The BBC onced called them the 'most successful British band since The Beatles.
    They reunited nearly a decade after their breakup to tour and record new music.
    The played at the Concert For Diana, marking the tenth anniversary of her death.
    Their name came from an article headline about Madonna.

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