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Robbie Williams is now firmly established as one of the UK's biggest
music stars. Below we summarize his albums to date, from Robbie Williams'
first album after leaving Take That, Life Thru a Lens, through to his
Robbie Williams Intensive Care Album
The release date of the new Robbie Williams album, Intensive Care, will
be 24th October 2005. For the first time, a Robbie Williams
launch will take place outside of the UK,
The first single from the album, "Tripping", will receive its first
play on Radio 1's Chris Moyles show, at 7.45am on Monday 5th September.
Robbie will be hand-delivering the single.
"Intensive Care" was recorded in Los Angeles, and Robbie describes
it as "something like a mini-gangster opera." The album is
also said to have a reggae influence.
Buy Robbie Williams Intensive Care
Hits CD Album
Greatest Hits chronicles the remarkable journey of Mr Robert Williams, from
Take That to the
multi-million pound jewel in EMI’s crown. Assembled in chronological
order, all the hits are here, except for his initial solo outing "Freedom",
and it’s interesting to see how his sound evolves to
the subtle captivating melodies of "Feel" and "Come Undone".
Highlights have to be the barnstorming "Let
Me Entertain You",
the bouncy, floor-filling "Rock DJ" and the song that madeth the
Released Oct 2004
Williams Live at Knebworth CD Album
Robbie Williams Live at Knebworth
is a lasting souvenir of the biggest ever live music event that the
UK had ever seen, when in Summer 2003 some 375,000 people made their
way to Knebworth to let Mr Williams entertain them. It includes
the majority of his finest moments, from the full-on regular opening
number "Let Me Entertain You", to the tingling hairs
on the back of your neck-quality of "Angels" via such crowd pleasers
as "Kids" and "Feel".
Released Sep 2003
Williams Escapology CD Album
Escapology is far removed from his previous albums: it's a serious attempt
to make something as credible as it is accessible.
Robbie has now matured and makes adult-orientated rock music.
The highlight of Escapology is the gigantically epic ballad "Love
Somebody" in which his voice is pushed to its very limits and is pitched
over a lush backdrop of brooding strings and a rousing gospel choir. The album
track written entirely by Robbie himself, "Nan's Song", a simple
and moving tribute to his late grandmother.
Williams Swing When You're Winning CD
Apparently, Swing When You're Winning was inspired by the praise Robbie Williams
received for his contribution to the soundtrack on Bridget Jones's Diary. Recorded
with an 18-piece band in Frank Sinatra's old stomping ground, the Capitol Records
Studio in LA, this collection of finger-clickin', Rat Pack standards and new
material features plenty of guest collaborations, such as the much-hyped Nicole
Kidman effort on Sinatra's "Something Stupid". Swing... is billed
by Williams as a tribute to "The Rat Pack", a gang of entertainers
including Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr, as well as Ol' Blue-Eyes himself,
that dominated the Las Vegas dinner-club scene of the early 1960s.
Released Nov 2001
Williams Sing When You're Winning CD Album
Having spent the majority of his first two albums bitterly attacking his
boy band years, it seems Robbie Williams has finally got Take That out
of his system. Which means that for most of Sing When You're Winning, he
is either ecstatically happy, in cheeky party mood--as with disco single "Rock
DJ"--or reminding all just what a huge star he is, as with the self-appreciating/depreciating
mock arrogance of his Kylie duet "Kids": he raps with a nod and
a wink "I'm an honourary Sean Connery/single handedly raising the
economy/ain't no chance of the record company dropping me". It's when
the snarling attitude and big anthems like "Let Love Be Your Energy", "Supreme", "Knutsford
City Limits" and "Forever Texas" are in full flow that the
Released Aug 2000
Been Expecting You CD Album
With the singles "Millennium", "Strong" and "No
Regrets", the album is unashamedly Life Thru a Lens Part Two. Full
of self-parody ("My breath smells of a thousand fags/and when I'm
drunk I dance like me dad"), the cheeky chappie's personality shines
through on every track. His voice has improved no end since, and the
album includes his finest moment to date: "No Regrets", which
features backing vocals by the Divine Comedy's Neil Hannon and Pet Shop
Boy Neil Tennant, and is not alone in playing on that James Bond-alike
thing. In a typically audacious manner, "You Win Some You
Lose Some" opens with the voice of ex-girlfriend Nicole Appleton.
The nation as a whole seems to be in love with Robbie, and it is this
fascination, this desire for him to be good, that makes his music work
as well as it does. Ronita Dutta
Released Oct 1998
Williams Life Thru a Lens CD Album
When Life Thru A Lens came out, Robbie Williams was a swiftly-failing
music industry joke--"Blobbie Pill-iams", the ballooning drug-freak,
drunk and bleary-eyed at far too many parties for his own good. Although
his cover of George Micheal's "Freedom" had gone in at Number
2, "Old Before I Die" and "South Of The Border" sounded
too like weak-tea Oasis for any real chart action and people were starting
to talk about him as a failure. Then the elegiac "Angels",
with its simple black-and-white video, hit MTV, and six months
Williams was picking up six BRIT Awards, showing off his post-rehab six-pack
and dating an All Saint. The rest of Life Thru A Lens is a likeable,
hyperactive stream of consciousness--much like Williams himself. "Lazy
Days" is an unexpectedly gorgeous psychedelic swoon, and "Let
Me Entertain You" is still an irresistible offer.
Released Sep 1997
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