Thursday, July 21, 2011

Take That: 'When We Were Young "in video!

The race does not slow the success for Take That! Their new song, "When We Were Young" is taken from their mini-album "Progressed" and proudly follows all the hits from their latest album. With this EP, released in addition to their album "Progress" which marked the return of the group, the group Take That has yet hit the mark by winning the accession of his audience, but also the 7th Art.

Indeed, after the title "Love Love" for the film "X-Men: The Beginning" is the turn of "When We Were Young" to be chosen for the film. The clip of the new Take That song appeared on the Internet and the director of the film "The Three Musketeers" has confirmed the choice of this song as the end credits.

"When We Were Young." extracted from the EP "Progressed" again allows the group Take That to show that talent has not aged. With this EP, which includes eight songs, Take That also aligns a series of hits that this beautiful ballad, composed by the producer Stuart Price. The video for "When We Were Young" shows the band Take That Wembley Stadium in a completely empty.

The enclosure of the legendary English sport is littered with confetti balanced per kilo at the Take That concert that gave the day before the shooting. The group is walking in the stadium among the best waves of the concert. Beyond the music video "When We Were Young" will also be in the movies.

It's the director's next film "The 3 Musketeers" in its 3D version, Paul WAS Anderson who chose this song as the end credits of his film. Certainly the film world loves the band Take That. The title "Love Love" is in the credits of the film "X-Men: The Beginning" and Robbie Williams, with the song "World Of Collision" duet with Brad Paisley, is part of the soundtrack to "Cars 2".

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