British boyband Take That will record a new album after their spectacular comeback tour, the band's first LP of new material in 11 years.
The band last month (NOV05) revealed they will reform in 2006 for a 31-date reunion tour.
Since then every arena and stadium concert has sold out, and the four-piece are keen to cash in on the demand for their return, by heading back to the studio to record new songs.
A source reveals, "There's too much money in it for everyone for it to be ignored."
Owen says of Williams, who quit the group in 1995, "He could come and do every night if he wanted, but I'm not expecting him to unless he's bored and there's nothing on the telly. He won't turn up."