With his newfound fame, he inked a recording deal with Island Records and a year later released his sophomore album, 2003's In Your Own Time.
After slightly disappointing sales, Owen set up his own label, Sedna Records, in 2004 and went on to self-release his third album, 2005's How the Mighty Fall.
Mark Owen bringt seine neue Solo-Single "Stars" raus und liefert euch morgen, am 3. Der neue Track des Take That-Mitglieds ist zugleich der Vorreiter des bald erscheinenden Albums "The Art Of Doing Nothing".That same year, Take That announced they had re-formed for a sell-out stadium tour and Owen's solo career was put on hold.It wasn't until 2012 that Owen would return to the studio alone -- after the massive success of Take That's second coming -- to re-launch his solo career.I still, when it says occupation [on a form], as I put ‘singer-songwriter’, I’m like, ‘You can write it! However, when subsequent singles didn’t repeat that success, he was dropped by RCA records, which dented his confidence.A second solo album, In Your Own Time, was released by Island in 2003, but only gave him one hit single, Four Minute Warning, and Owen soon found himself without a label again.
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The title, he claims, reflects a laid-back creative philosophy, “just to let stuff come out” and “not to compare” himself with the massive success of Take That.In contrast to their first separation in the 1990s, the group remain in constant friendly contact with each other.Owen feels that his solo experiences, however commercially successful, proved invaluable for the reunion.“When we got back together, all of us were ready to work together as a group, in the songwriting, the show, putting everything together."There’s plans to go back in and do another record. But everybody wanted a bit of time because it was a big thing getting Rob back in the band and doing that [album and tour] with him.” In a revealing interview with Telegraph music critic Neil Mc Cormick for Needle Time on Vintage TV, Owen talks candidly about his insecurities as a musician, admitting that he himself often questions whether he is really a singer-songwriter or just a glorified pin-up and dancer.