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Robbie Williams – Albums Collection (13CD)

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Robbie Williams – Albums Collection (13CD)
Robbie Williams – Albums Collection(13CD)
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Collection includes eight studio albums, one live album and two compilations[/center]

Out of all the members of Take That, Robbie Williams never really seemed to fit in. Roguishly handsome where his bandmates were merely cute, Williams was tougher and sexier than the rest, which made him more distinctive. He also fought regularly with the other members and their management, primarily because he was occasionally adverse to being so heavily packaged. So it didn’t come as a surprise that he was the first to leave the band, departing early in the summer of 1995 to pursue a solo career (by some accounts, he was fired from the group).
Although he was the first out of the gate, it took Williams a while to get started. For most of 1995, he attempted to boost his credibility by tagging along with Oasis, hoping that Noel Gallagher would give him a couple of songs. He never did, but all of his time with Oasis launched Williams into a world of heavy partying, drinking, and drugging. Over the course of 1996, he was only heard from in gossip columns, and every published picture indicated he had put on considerable weight. Occasionally, he was quoted as saying his new music would abandon lightweight dance-pop for traditional Brit-pop, but his first single was a cover of George Michael’s “Freedom ’90.” Released late in 1996, the single was a disaster, but his second single, 1997′s “Old Before I Die,” was more in the vein of his early pronouncements, featuring a distinct Oasis influence.
Williams finally released his first solo album, Life Thru a Lens, in 1997. The album became a big hit in Britain, prompting his second, I’ve Been Expecting You, to go multi-platinum upon its release in 1998. (The Ego Has Landed, a U.S.-only compilation designed for breaking Williams to American audiences, was released stateside in the spring of 1999.) Sing When You’re Winning followed in late 2000, gaining success with the video hit “Rock DJ,” while a big-band album of standards (Swing When You’re Winning) appeared a year later. By this point, Robbie Williams had become one of Europe’s premier pop stars, known for his headline-grabbing behavior as much as his hit-studded albums. Moreover, his solo work had sold far more copies than his work with Take That.
During 2002, Williams celebrated an enormous new contract with EMI (rumored to be upwards of 80 million dollars), but suffered the loss of his longtime production partner, Guy Chambers. Escapology, the fifth Robbie Williams album (and the last including Chambers’ input), sold millions of copies in Europe, though it failed to persuade American audiences. As a result, the 2003 concert record Live at Knebworth wasn’t released in the States. He introduced a new musical partner, Stephen Duffy, with a pair of songs from his compilation Greatest Hits, then reappeared in 2005 with Intensive Care. Although the album topped charts in Europe and helped Williams set an impressive concert record — his 2006 world tour sold over one-and-a-half-million tickets in one day — a certain creative atrophy was setting in, despite the new input of Duffy.
Within a year, he had recorded and released Rudebox, a dance album recorded with half-a-dozen outside producers, some featured guests, and several covers instead of self-penned material. Rudebox hit number one across Europe but only went double platinum in the U.K., becoming his lowest-selling studio album to date. Accordingly, Williams’ next album — the 2009 release Reality Killed the Video Star — found him returning to the sound of his older albums, with the Buggles’ Trevor Horn handling all production duties.
The following year, most news of Robbie Williams surrounded his reunion with Take That, which took the form of a new album, Progress, plus a few new songs recorded with bandmate Gary Barlow that were released on a new Williams hits collection, In and Out of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010. Barlow also figured in the writing and production of the ninth Robbie Williams studio album, Take the Crown, released in late 2012. Produced by Williams alongside Jacknife Lee (Snow Patrol, R.E.M., Bloc Party), the album saw Williams return to the eclectic pop sound of his earlier work, with a trailer single (“Candy”) written by Williams and Barlow.

Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Allmusic.com

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robbie_Williams

Life Thru a Lens (1997) Japan 1st Press

One of the best U.K. debuts of the ’90s, Life Thru a Lens is an uninhibited joyride through all manner of British music, from glam to alternative to soft-rock to dance-pop. Beginning with the joyous “Lazy Days,” the album continually betrays overt influences from Oasis and other Britpop stars, but triumphs nevertheless due to gorgeous production, Williams’ irresistible personality, and the overall flavor of outrageous, utterly enjoyable pop music. Whether he’s romping through aggressive burners like “Ego A Go Go” and “South of the Border,” crooning on the ballad “Angels,” or offering a slice of life — working-class style — on the title track and “Lazy Days,” Williams is a pop star through and through. For those who appreciate great pop with plenty of cheek, Life Thru a Lens is an excellent album.

Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

Tracklist:

01. Lazy Days (03:54)
02. Life Thru A Lens (03:07)
03. Ego A Go Go (03:34)
04. Angels (04:25)
05. South Of The Border (03:53)
06. Old Before I Die (03:53)
07. One Of God’s Better People (03:33)
08. Let Me Entertain You (04:22)
09. Killing Me (03:56)
10. Clean (03:55)
11. Baby Girl Window (03:17)
12. Teenage Millionaire (Bonus Track) (03:11)
13. She Makes Me High (Bonus Track) / Hello Sir (Hidden Poem) (11:51)

I’ve Been Expecting You (1998) Japan 1st Press

A more mature, calculated album from a pop star who’s often gloried in being immature and spontaneous, I’ve Been Expecting You may suffer from comparisons to its excellent predecessor, but it also finds Robbie Williams weathering the sophomore storm quite well. While Williams’ debut was infectious and outrageous, the second is indeed a more studied album. The opener, “Strong,” begins very well, with the spot-on lyrics: “My breath smells of a thousand fags/And when I’m drunk I dance like me Dad,” and “Early morning when I wake up/I look like Kiss but without the makeup.” Many of the tracks on I’ve Been Expecting You show an undeniable growth, both in songwriting and in artistic expression; two of the highlights, “No Regrets” and “Phoenix From the Flames,” are sensitive, unapologetically emotional songs that may not be as immediately catchy as those on his debut, but pack a greater punch down the road. Williams does indulge his sense of fun occasionally, playing up James Bond during the transcontinental hand-waver “Millennium” (which samples Nancy Sinatra’s theme for You Only Live Twice), and simply roaring through “Win Some Lose Some” and “Jesus in a Camper Van.”

Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

Tracklist:
01. Strong (04:39)
02. No Regrets (05:10)
03. Millennium (04:07)
04. Phoenix From The Flames (04:02)
05. Win Some Lose Some (04:18)
06. Grace (03:13)
07. Jesus In A Camper Van (03:39)
08. Heaven From Here (03:05)
09. Karma Killer (04:28)
10. She’s The One (04:18)
11. Man Machine (03:35)
12. These Dreams / Stand Your Ground* / Stalker’s Day Off* (*Hidden Tracks) (31:24)

Sing When You’re Winning (2000) Collectors Edition

Tracklist:
01. Let Love Be Your Energy (04:59)
02. Better Man (03:22)
03. Rock DJ (04:18)
04. Supreme (04:18)
05. Kids (With Kylie Minogue) (04:46)
06. If It’s Hurting You (04:10)
07. Singing For The Lonely (04:31)
08. Love Calling Earth (04:05)
09. Knutsford City Limits (04:45)
10. Forever Texas (03:37)
11. By All Means Necessary (04:45)
12. The Road To Mandalay (03:57)
13. Often (Live In Manchester) (02:49)

Swing When You’re Winning (2001) EU 1st Press

Tracklist:
01. I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen (03:17)
02. Mack The Knife (03:18)
03. Somethin’ Stupid (With Nicole Kidman) (02:50)
04. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me (02:58)
05. It Was A Very Good Year (With Frank Sinatra) (04:28)
06. Straighten Up And Fly Right (02:36)
07. Well, Did You Evah (With Jon Lovitz) (03:50)
08. Mr. Bojangles (03:17)
09. One For My Baby (04:18)
10. Things (With Jane Horrocks) (03:22)
11. Ain’t That A Kick In The Head (02:28)
12. They Can’t Take That Away From Me (With Rupert Everett) (03:07)
13. Have You Met Miss Jones? (02:34)
14. Me And My Shadow (With Jonathan Wilkes) (03:16)
15. Beyond The Sea / Outtakes (Hidden Track) (28:14)

Escapology (2002) Japanese Edition

Tracklist:
01. How Peculiar (03:14)
02. Feel (04:24)
03. Something Beautiful (04:48)
04. Monsoon (03:46)
05. Sexed Up (04:21)
06. Love Somebody (04:10)
07. Revolution (05:44)
08. Handsome Man (03:56)
09. Come Undone (04:38)
10. Me And My Monkey (07:12)
11. Song 3 (03:51)
12. Hot Fudge (04:08)
13. Cursed (04:01)
14. Nan’s Song (15:40)

Live Summer 2003 (2003) Japanese Edition

Tracklist:
01. Let Me Entertain You (05:55)
02. Let Love Be Your Energy (04:44)
03. We Will Rock You (01:19)
04. Monsoon (05:09)
05. Come Undone (05:34)
06. Me And My Monkey (07:21)
07. Hot Fudge (05:45)
08. Mr. Bojangles (05:25)
09. She’s The One (05:43)
10. Kids (07:21)
11. Better Man (02:11)
12. Nan’s Song (04:51)
13. Feel (05:17)
14. Angels (05:55)

Greatest Hits (2004)

Tracklist:
01. Old Before I Die (03:53)
02. Angels (04:27)
03. Let Me Entertain You (04:22)
04. Millennium (03:46)
05. No Regrets (04:43)
06. Strong (04:19)
07. She’s The One (04:19)
08. Rock DJ (04:16)
09. Kids (04:19)
10. Supreme (04:15)
11. Let Love Be Your Energy (04:06)
12. Eternity (05:00)
13. The Road To Mandalay (03:18)
14. Feel (03:43)
15. Come Undone (03:54)
16. Something Beautiful (04:01)
17. Sexed Up (04:10)
18. Radio (03:51)
19. Misunderstood (04:01)

Intensive Care (2005)
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Tracklist:
01. Ghosts (03:42)
02. Tripping (04:36)
03. Make Me Pure (04:33)
04. Spread Your Wings (03:51)
05. Advertising Space (04:37)
06. Please Don’t Die (04:47)
07. Your Gay Friend (03:21)
08. Sin Sin Sin (04:09)
09. Random Acts Of Kindness (04:15)
10. The Trouble With Me (04:20)
11. A Place To Crash (04:34)
12. King Of Bloke And Bird (06:13)

Rudebox (2006)

Tracklist:
01. Rudebox (04:45)
02. Viva Life On Mars (04:50)
03. Lovelight (04:02)
04. Bongo Bong And Je Ne T’aime Plus (04:48)
05. She’s Madonna (04:16)
06. Keep On (04:18)
07. Good Doctor (03:16)
08. The Actor (04:06)
09. Never Touch That Switch (02:46)
10. Louise (04:46)
11. We’re The Pet Shop Boys (04:56)
12. Burslem Normals (03:50)
13. Kiss Me (03:16)
14. The 80′s (04:17)
15. The 90′s (05:33)
16. Summertime (05:42)
17. Lonestar Rising / Dickhead (Japan Bonus Track) (09:04)

Reality Killed The Video Star (2009) Japanese Edition

Tracklist:
01. Morning Sun (04:07)
02. Bodies (04:03)
03. You Know Me (04:21)
04. Blasphemy (04:19)
05. Do You Mind (04:06)
06. Last Days Of Disco (04:50)
07. Somewhere (01:02)
08. Deceptacon (05:01)
09. Starstruck (05:21)
10. Difficult For Weirdos (04:29)
11. Superblind (04:46)
12. Won’t Do That (03:38)
13. Morning Sun Reprise (01:24)
14. Arizona (Japan Bonus Track) (05:30)

In And Out Of Consciousness (2010) 3CD Deluxe Edition
Tracklist:
CD1:
01. Shame (04:00)
02. Heart And I (04:41)
03. Morning Sun (04:06)
04. You Know Me (04:20)
05. Bodies (04:02)
06. She’s Madonna (04:00)
07. Lovelight (04:02)
08. Rudebox (03:47)
09. Sin Sin Sin (04:03)
10. Advertising Space (04:38)
11. Make Me Pure (03:48)
12. Tripping (04:03)
13. Misunderstood (04:00)
14. Radio (03:51)
15. Sexed Up (04:10)
16. Something Beautiful (04:01)
17. Come Undone (03:54)
18. Feel (03:41)
19. Mr Bojangles (03:20)
CD2:
01. I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen (03:15)
02. Somethin’ Stupid (02:51)
03. The Road To Mandalay (03:18)
04. Eternity (05:00)
05. Let Love Be Your Energy (04:04)
06. Supreme (04:15)
07. Kids (04:19)
08. Rock DJ (04:17)
09. It’s Only Us (02:51)
10. She’s The One (04:19)
11. Strong (04:19)
12. No Regrets (04:44)
13. Millennium (03:45)
14. Let Me Entertain You (04:23)
15. Angels (04:27)
16. South Of The Border (03:54)
17. Lazy Days (03:54)
18. Old Before I Die (03:53)
19. Freedom (04:18)
20. Everything Changes (03:35)
CD3:
01. Often (02:47)
02. Karaoke Star (04:07)
03. Toxic (03:48)
04. 1 Giant Leap feat. Robbie Williams & Maxi Jazz / My Culture (05:38)
05. Nobody Someday (02:53)
06. Get A Little High (03:54)
07. One Fine Day (03:35)
08. Coffee, Tea And Sympathy (04:35)
09. Do Me Now (03:17)
10. The Postcard (03:11)
11. Meet The Stars (04:27)
12. Don’t Stop Talking (04:46)
13. Don’t Say No (04:24)
14. Lonestar Rising (03:52)
15. Lola (04:11)
16. Mark Ronson feat. Robbie Williams / The Only One I Know (03:57)
17. Elastik (04:36)
18. Long Walk Home (05:12)

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