The album had three number-one singles, including "Back for Good" which peaked at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100 Owen also sang lead vocals on "The Day After Tomorrow" from the album.
,but went on to be one of the band's most popular members.
The group were signed to RCA records, and after a number of top 40 hits, eventually secured their first number one with Barlow's "Pray".
Previous hits included "A Million Love Songs", "It Only Takes a Minute" and "Could It Be Magic".
Thecouple have one child together - Elwood Jack Owen.
‘They have sold it for family reasons,’ says one of the singer’s friends, who also denies claims from neighbours that the couple are moving because of local hostility after the disclosure that Owen and two of his fellow Take That band members had avoided paying millions in taxes.
Owen sang lead vocals on "Babe", which was released in December 1993.
After selecting Gary Barlow as the group's lead singer in 1989, Nigel Martin-Smith introduced Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and finally Robbie Williams to the fold.
The grouphave had over 25 Top 40 singles, and 11 No.1 hits in the UK.
Take That split up in 1996, successfully reforming as a four-piecewithout Robbie Williams in 2005.
After reforming in2005, Take That had a string of high-profile successes, including agreatest hits album and a sell-out tour.
In 2006, they signed a £3million deal with Polydor Records.