Three tracks on this one. First is "Strong," which you have probably heard if you like Robbie, and is a really good song. Next is a live version of "Let Me Entertain You" which I really don't care for. I mean it's a fine version of the song, but I really don't like the song, although the lyrics are clever, which is typical of Robbie. Last is a B-side, "Happy Song," which I like and would fit neatly alongside the other tracks on I've Been Expecting You. On the scale of Rock and Pop, it ranks somewhere in the middle, with "Strong" on the Pop end and "Let Me Entertain You" on the Rock end, if you get what I mean. Also, it bears mention that this disc is ENHANCED, with a video of Robbie's Opening performance at the '99 Brit Awards, including the titles and the whole helicopter bit. (He performs "Let Me Entertain You," and that's where the live version is from) While his performance is good and very energetic, there are a bunch of dancers in bizzare and ugly costumes, these white jumpsuits and then some police-looking people, doing a horribly choreographed disaster as he sings. It is really embarrasing and shameful and I simply cannot say enough bad things about it. Ugh. Oh well.