Angels brought Robbie Williams the critical success he needed to make it as an artist outside of Take That. Once he got it, he let it go to his head, but thankfully didn't let it overtake his musical ambition and talent. Although Angels and Let Me Enertain You were the only tracks I liked on the whole of Robbie's previous album Life Thru a Lens, Let Me Entertain You, while not having a track that quite tops Angels, is a much more consitently good album. Starting strongly with Strong, the album just gets better with track 2 , a slow but five star achievement, No Regrets, my second fave song on the CD. Moving on to 3 we're back in more pop territory, but good pop, with Millenium. From here on we have tracks ranging from great (Phoenix from the Flames, Jesus in a Camper Van, Man Machine, Karma Killer, These Dreams) to the sumblime (She's the One), with the remaining songs being less good but nevertheless worthy listening.
The best track, for me, has to be She's the One. When I first got the CD (about a year ago), it slowly grew on me and overtook No Regrets to be my best song from the album, and when I saw the video it added a new depth to it which just made it more powerful.