14 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robbie Williams’s readiness to spill emotions and anxieties on record means it’s hard not to feel you know him intimately. His fifth album maintains that candor, producing two of his best songs yet: “Feel”’s captivating plea for companionship, and “Come Undone”, a scathing assessment of celebrity culture with a supernova chorus. Confessional, acutely hummable pop is the core currency here and while it might not be Robbie’s most experimental record—Mariachi caper “Me and My Monkey notwithstanding—it’s impressively assured.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Robbie Williams’s readiness to spill emotions and anxieties on record means it’s hard not to feel you know him intimately. His fifth album maintains that candor, producing two of his best songs yet: “Feel”’s captivating plea for companionship, and “Come Undone”, a scathing assessment of celebrity culture with a supernova chorus. Confessional, acutely hummable pop is the core currency here and while it might not be Robbie’s most experimental record—Mariachi caper “Me and My Monkey notwithstanding—it’s impressively assured.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Frizzy1991 ,

Classic

Still one of the best albums I've ever bought.

Kelhop64 ,

Classic top album

Robbie's best album. Hit songs are Feel, Something Beautiful, Come Undone (my favourite Robbie song), Sexed Up and Nan's Song. The others are great too. A real masterpiece. This made way for the fantastic Escapology tour which saw Robbie make history at Knebworth by performing to 375000 fans over three nights, the first of which I was priviledged to be at. Say no more, a true master.

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