Four Minute Warning (song)

Four Minute Warning (song)

"Four Minute Warning" is the first single to be released from Take That band member Mark Owen's second solo studio album, In Your Own Time. The single was released on 4 August 2003. The single peaked at #4 on the UK Singles Chart. It was Owen's first single to be released on Island Records, after he was dropped from RCA in September 1997.

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