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'MANY OF 'ROBBIE'S' FAVOURITES ON-BOARD',
This review is from: Greatest Hits (Audio CD)
'Robbie Williams' famously walked away from 'Take That' in 1995 (the group completed
their tour, and split in 96' upsetting tens of thousands of their loyal fans)
'Take That' had achieved phenomenal success during their first and second coming with
27 Top 40 hits, 11 of which topped the U.K Charts, of course 'Robbie' did re-join the
re-formed group during their recent history, only to leave again.
'Robbie's' solo career achieved instant success with a number two Chart-Hit in 1996 which
is curiously not included on this CD the song 'Freedom'
However many of his well known numbers are, as a solo artist 'Robbie' has had 36 Top 30
entries, twenty seven of those were Top 10 hits, of which seven have Topped the Chart those
being - 'Millennium' (1997) 'She's The One' (1999) 'Rock D.J' (2000) 'Eternity' (2001)
'Something Stupid' (sung with 'Nicole Kidman' 2001 -not on-board) 'Radio' (2004) and
'Candy' (2012 - not on-board) This album covers many of his best known and loved songs
between 1996 - 2004
Surprisingly everybody's favourite fell short of the number one slot 'Angels' though it did in fact
remain in the charts for 27-weeks.
Some of the other well known songs on-board this 19-Song CD include 'No Regrets' (A hit also
for the 'Walker Brothers') 'Strong' 'Kids' 'Feel' and 'Misunderstood'
This album certainly a great reflection of 'Robbie's' solo career, well worth having it within your
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Initial post: 23 May 2014 23:53:17 BDT
Excellent review my fiend I like Robbies music.
I reviewed X-Men Days Of Futures Past
In reply to an earlier post on 24 May 2014 16:46:12 BDT
Much of my music is from an earlier time, however there are
more recent acts such as 'Robbie' that I do listen to, and in
fact like this - buy.
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