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With a staggering 57 million album sales and 11 million singles sold, Robbie Williams has been breaking records over the course of his whole career.

Nine No.1 UK albums meant he is easily the biggest selling solo artist in UK history, a fact reinforced by his 2010 Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution To Music. With a tally of 16 BRIT awards he has scooped more than any other artist ... Read more in Amazon's Robbie Williams Store

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  • Audio Cassette
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B000CCU7HW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)

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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. G. Potts on 24 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've had a few listens through now, having got my copy a couple of days early (thank you Mr Post office!)
This album is definitely a more mature production from Robbie. Songs that grab you straight away - Make Me Pure, The Trouble with Me and Advertising Space, which has a definite U2 influence. Then the songs that take a couple of listens like Tripping, Ghosts and Sin Sin Sin.
The influences of Robbie's upbringing near Manchester and that of Stephen Duffy are evident in a lot of the album with an 80s beat particularly strong in Sin Sin Sin.
This is heading to be one of my favourite Robbie albums, his voice has improved and the song writing has definitely improved. He's not missing Guy Chambers at all. Even if you've never liked Robbie before, give this one a go.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "ncfcprideofanglia" on 22 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've got this album from downloading the files that have been on mr. williams website for the past week or so.
So lets have some facts from someone who has never met Robbie, or is not connected with the media
- Trippin is confidently the worst song on this album
- Stand out tracks: the opener Ghosts, A Place to crash and Make Me Pure
- The humour is still there
- This is diffrent from before. If you imagine the change from Sing when you're winning to Escapology... its a similar one again. From poppy to more adult MOR. And it works.
- Robbie Doesn't need Guy Chambers. For the first time each song is genuinly diffrent. A lot of guys songs seemed to cover the same themes.
- The World will be reminded how brilliant Robbie is at what he does. He will never be a totally serious musician, in the frame of my other Musical Love, U2, but what he does do, he is the best at doing. Whilst he is generically slightly diffrent, he is very similar to Michael Jackson.
Now stop reading and go and enjoy.
Dave
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "schuey1dtj" on 27 Nov. 2005
Format: Audio CD
A decent effort from Robbie but it just does not jump out at you. There are some good tracks:
Nake Me Pure
Sin Sin Sin
Ghosts
Tripping
but nothing spectular. ON the other albums there is at least one mega hit, but most of this is just safe ground. the album drags on and the tracks are average and do not stand out. a bit dissappointing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Youd on 22 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
robbies back with an amazing new album i do believe this is his best album ever. instead of it just being a collection of songs like the past albums its an album that seem to tell a story. good work robbie deffiently your best work yet... go buy this album people.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Wow, those reviews are interesting, you cant have heard the album properly before its even released... and besides, dont all the best albums get better with time? What I've heard of this album so far is really good, some of his best songs yet with a definate increase in originality. I watched him live in berlin last night and he blew the whole crowd away with new material, he had the audience in the palm of his hand... surely something that can only be done by such a rare talent.
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By Christian VINE VOICE on 21 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
At £1.26 this is an incredible bargin. At normal album prices I can see some thinking about whether or not to buy it. This is an album that seems to follow the pattern of many of Robbie's albums with some songs that really stand out and others that either don't impress or actively annoy.

I am not hugely impressed by the impact of Steven Duffy on Robbie's direction. The issue is not the song writing, it is more the production of the tracks. The production first verse of Tripping feels as if it was dreamt up by a teenager on a keyboard. It is distracting and the music changing from that point shows how much better the song could have been. The music on Random Acts of Kindness is extremely repetitive and completely annoying at times. The swearing on The Trouble with Me feels thrown in there to cause a reaction rather than adding to the song (e.g. Your Gay Friend).

On the other side there are some really strong songs; Advertising Space is one of his best songs overall, not just in recent times; Your Gay Friend is a real grower; Ghosts, Tripping and Sin Sin Sin also perform well.

If it was purely on the music this would be a three star album, I sense it is going to divide opinion. The low price of it gives an extra star automatically.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "sue28848" on 23 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
what a fantastic piece of work!the man has every reason to be very proud of himself i know i would be.The album is an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the reggea beats of trippin to the mellow sounds of advertising space.I hope everyone will now eat their words because he has managed to evolve and re-invent himself and come back with an even better sound.Long may he reign as the king of pop.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Jan. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I came to this album objectively having been impressed with some of Mr Williams more recent outputs like Escapology, however I was hugely disappointed - and that disappointment only increased on further listenings (the wife is a fan!)
Some of the more thoughtful lyrics might well have been bearable if it wasn't for the completely substandard tunes that turn this into a collection of 'B-sides I'd rather forget'.
I would like to recommend at least one song for further listening but to be honest there is nothing redeeming about this album. This once likeable northern hero seems to have developed a case of self-obsession, false modesty and an arrogant assumption that he can churn out any old drivel and peaople will buy it - ah, it's sold in shedloads - what do I know!
Still, next time something for everyone, eh, Rob?
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