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Robbie Williams - Intensive Care (CDr, Album)

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  1. Jul 13,  · Robbie Williams - Intensive Care album Lyrics: Here I stand victorious The only man who made you come When you cried, you cried for us And .
  2. Still, nearly all of the qualities that made Robbie Williams interesting between his irreverence, his biting wit, his status as the thinking man's conflicted hooligan -- are merely memories after Intensive Care. [A deluxe edition of Intensive Care added a bonus DVD, which included the video clip for "Make Me Pure" and a.
  3. Used for promotion of the T-mobile Sony Ericsson mobile phone range, artwork featured in the sleeve notes of Intensive Care. Duet versionincluded on the album Swings Both Ways. Dream a Little Dream. Solo versionreleased as a single. Cover of a song by Cole Porter. Robbie Williams, Matt Hay. Cover of a George Michael song. The first Robbie.
  4. Dec 06,  · referencing Intensive Care, CD, Album, 3 2 4, 3 Whatever about the music, this album has some fabulous artwork by Messrs. Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly, two of the comic worlds most respected creators/5().
  5. "Tripping" is a song recorded by British singer Robbie Williams for his sixth studio album Intensive Care (). The single was released as the album's lead single on 3 October , by Chrysalis ejsulvicattrandrakelimihetemlei.coinfo with the track "Make Me Pure", also from the same album, it was sent to radio stations around the ejsulvicattrandrakelimihetemlei.coinfoms himself calls the song "something like a mini gangster opera" and "kind.
  6. ROBBIE WILLIAMS - INTENSIVE CARE: SPECIAL EDITION(CD+DVD) - ejsulvicattrandrakelimihetemlei.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl. Go Search Hello Select your.
  7. rows · Release Date 24 October Intensive Care is the ninth album and sixth solo studio .
  8. The mini-documentary provides a whirlwind tour of about half of the songs on Intensive Care. For selected songs from the album, Robbie gives a brief background to the song mixed among shots taken during various stages of recording. The interview session shows a very relaxed Robbie sitting in what appears to be his living room in his California /5().
  9. Those who thought that Robbie's solo career would not survive after the end of his partnership with Guy Chambers were completely wrong."Intensive Care" is the result of Robbie's hard work and it was recorded in his home studio, with the collaboration of Stephen Duffy. This new album is pure pop, inovative with great arrangements for the songs/5(21).

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