Reformed nineties boyband Take That have reportedly signed a new record deal - 10 years after their last release. The group - minus ROBBIE WILLIAMS - have reformed for a one-off tour of their native Britain this summer (06), but warned fans the reunion was only temporary. However, British newspaper Daily Mirror reports Howard Donald, Gary Barlow, Jason Orange and Mark Owen have decided to return to the charts and are currently working on their fourth studio album. A source says, "When the tour sold out so quickly it was a shock but it proved they could cut it without Robbie Williams. "Suddenly they were being offered megabucks to make a new album - they've been getting on so well during rehearsals it seemed silly to not give it one more shot."