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Robbie’s eighth album has been cast as a stabilising exercise after the entertaining oddness of 2006’s Rudebox. True, symphonic ballad “Morning Sun” and Françoise Hardy re-boot “You Know Me” sound like imperial period Robbie (i.e. great ) but there’s pleasing adventure here too. On “Difficult For Weirdoes”’ deadpan disco and “Bodies”’ addictive mix of choral chanting, Ian Brown-style funk-rock and soaring choruses, Robbie finds a winning balance between robust pop and playful spirit.

Biography

Born: 13 February 1974 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffor

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Out of all the members of Take That, Robbie Williams never really seemed to fit in. Roguishly handsome where his bandmates were merely cute, Williams was tougher and sexier than the rest, which made him more distinctive. He also fought regularly with the other members and their management, primarily because he was occasionally averse to being so heavily packaged. So it didn't come as a surprise that he was the first to leave the band, departing early in the summer of 1995 to pursue a solo career...
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Reality Killed the Video Star, Robbie Williams
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Dance, Pop/Rock, Rock, Adult Alternative, World
  • Released: 06 November 2009

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