9 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robbie Williams made his name as a member of the towering boy band Take That, but his first solo album embraces a different type of Britpop. The title track and the expansive “South of the Border” echo the shaggy rock that helped rocket Oasis and Blur to worldwide stardom. But Lens isn’t all fun nights at the pub: The sweeping “Angels” showcases Williams’ big-tent emoting, while “Baby Girl Window” is a tender piano ballad.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robbie Williams made his name as a member of the towering boy band Take That, but his first solo album embraces a different type of Britpop. The title track and the expansive “South of the Border” echo the shaggy rock that helped rocket Oasis and Blur to worldwide stardom. But Lens isn’t all fun nights at the pub: The sweeping “Angels” showcases Williams’ big-tent emoting, while “Baby Girl Window” is a tender piano ballad.

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