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Sing When You're Winning [Enhanced, Import]

Robbie Williams Audio CD
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1. Let Love Be Your Energy
2. Better Man
3. Rock DJ
4. Supreme
5. Kids
6. If It's Hurting You
7. Singing for the Lonely
8. Love Calling Earth
9. Knutsford City Limits
10. Forever Texas
11. By All Means Necessary
12. The Road to Mandalay

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If you're tempted to smirk at Robbie Williams's hip-factor-free approach to music, you are too late; he's already beaten you to the punch. On Sing When You're Winning, the British megastar's self-parodying caricatures, filled with both bravado and deprecation, safely evade overearnestness in forms such as crickets chirping behind the love song "If It's Hurting You," and the unexpected orchestral string arrangement from Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" in "Supreme," a sermon for the aging broken-hearted. "Kids," his rousing bubblegum-funk duet with Kylie Minogue bursts into what can only be described as a full-out "musical number"; pop music hasn't seen such stare-down chemistry since Sandy and Danny declared "You're the One That I Want" back in 1978. From the "One Night in Bangkok" tributary disco track "Rock DJ" to the lighter-igniting anthem "Let Love Be Your Energy," this is unadulterated, epic pop music, and Williams' smart, irresistible wit permits the listener to indulge guiltlessly in all the album's bombastic fun. --Beth Massa

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5.0 out of 5 stars oh heavens!!!, why is he so cute? July 4 2004
Format:Audio CD
my robbie williams, he is just mine!, he has done another excellent job on this album!, yeah all the songs are so touching, that when you play them you feel as if robbie were opposite you singin' to you!, i do strongley recomemd you get this album as soon as possible. oh I almost forgot the booklet that the cd brings is just fantastic!, you can see his ASS, it is so perfect!, it seems to be so warm! robbie is you are reading this remember i '' be the happiest man on earth if you write o me or better if you come to lima stay at my house ok?, i'll be waiting for you!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun As Always June 21 2004
By Meg
Format:Audio CD
I can't say enough great things about this album. I must admit that I am a latecomer to Robbie's music, as I have only been listening to him for the past two years. However, better late than never! I have come to love Robbie's cheekiness and his often sarcastic remarks on what it's like to be famous. This album is fun, both lyrically and musically, and I want everyone to listen to it! Some standout tracks include "Let Love Be Your Energy," "Supreme," "Kids," "If It's Hurting You," and "The Road to Mandalay." I would also recommend purchasing the DVD of Robbie's live performance at Knebworth in the summer of 2003 - a spectacular show that will certainly go down in his career history!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is the ONE April 23 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is not Robbie Williams' first solo CD, nor his latest, but it is arguably his best. Full of straight-ahead, at times derivative-sounding pop tunes, it typically echoes the clever writing and extraordinary vocal versatility of the Brit entertainment phenom. But unlike his earlier efforts that were, with only a very few notable exceptions such as "Angels" and "Millennium," unsophisticated, rudimentary, or chaotic, most of the songs on this album reveal a maturity in composition. Together, Williams and his collaborator, Guy Chambers, have breached the abyss. The lyrical statements, bleeding with the now-familiar, classic Robbie conflicts, are not just entertaining but clear, the musical motifs likewise pronounced. "If you're looking to change the world, 'Let Love Be Your Energy'" barks the startling presence of the first selection, followed by a plaintive "Lord I'm doing all I can to be a 'Better Man,'" then the smash single, disco-techy, bass throbbing "Rock DJ," the I Will Survive-sound-alike "Supreme" in which Williams forlornly though eloquently wails, "Oo-h-h, seems like forever stopped today . . ." and more. The duet with Kylie Minogue on the danceable "Kids" ends with Williams rapping at his self-promoting, but irresistibly, cheeky best: "I'm an Honorary Sean Connery, born '74, There's only one of me, single-handedly raising the economy . . ." A balance and congruity is present here that is simply absent from much of his previous and, sadly, later work. The music shouts that Robbie Williams is aware he's arrived. The stars may not all be aligned, but he recognizes that his firmly-staked (at turns self-doubting)claim has been acknowledged. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great songs with excellant music Jan. 4 2004
By Ramy
Format:Audio CD
Well this is one of the finest album I have ever brought. The song Better man is soothing while Rock DJ is upbeat and the song Supreme is just awesome. Hey, I don't know of Robbie is getting popular in the US, but I can assure you that over here in India his popularity is growing. Get the CD now and I can assure you that you will get the worth for you money.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun music Oct. 14 2003
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Format:Audio CD
I really like Robbie Williams - he doesn't take himself too seriously. Which makes his music upbeat and fun. His music may not be too deep, but it has a great beat, and fun lyrics - not to mention that he can really sing. My favorite song is "Rock DJ". Check him out if you like upbeat, fun pop.
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