Salford University is to hold an academic conference about the reunion of pop sensations Take That .
Starting in June, a week after Take That's tour begins, the conference seeks to examine 'the theme of break-up and reunion in popular music acts, focusing on Take That'.
Other bands that have reformed to enjoy success have included New Kids on the Block and East 17 . However, Take That have had a lot more success that their counterparts.
The Take That tour is a sell-out, with Take That performing at stadiums around the UK. Take That's album Progress, which saw Robbie Williams return, was the 2010's best-selling album in the UK with sales of 1.8 million copies.
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