Intensive Care is once more a new sound from Robbie, no two of his albums sound the same and this album fits well into that legacy. There is calmness to this album that the others lacked and while this can be interpreted as a bad thing for Robbie I can find no fault. The album is beautifully conceived and constructed and thought there is less diversity to the tracks the core of the album is strong and fulfilling. I can't pick a favorite song from the album, but Sin Sin Sin, The Trouble With Me and Advertising space stand out to me as the most 'Robbie' like in terms of lyrics and his cheeky but poignant commentary. Tripping and Make me pure are not the sum total of this album, but they are two superior tracks. This album has very quickly become one I love to listen to; at work, in the car or at home. For some it maybe an album that grows on you, but listen to the album as a whole, not each track as a separate entity, and the Robbie we all know and love is defiantly apparent.