Take That - Do What You Like

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Music video by Take That performing Do What You Like. (C) 1992 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited

"Do What U Like" is a pop–dance, and House music song by boy band Take That. 

The music video featured the band getting naked and smearing jelly over themselves. A low-budget video, it was banned from daytime television, and at the time was only shown on Pete Waterman's late night show The Hitman And Her. It regularly features on documentaries on "bad music videos". programmes. A VH1 survey placed the video at number 2 in its all-time worst video list, behind Cliff Richard's Wired For Sound. The video was also omitted from the 2005 video compilation "Never Forget - The Ultimate Collection".

Reaction to the video (and, to an extent, the song) among the bandmates has been somewhat negative. In the documentary Take That: For The Record, Gary Barlow admits that neither the song or video were brilliant, but they were important in helping the band getting noticed.

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