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Page Artiste Robbie Williams

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  • CD (3 octobre 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bonus, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004YLIY
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Mini-disque  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Let Love Be Your Energy
  2. Better Man
  3. Rock DJ
  4. Supreme
  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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Il suffit de regarder le tout petit nombre d'artistes issus de boys ou girls bands pour se rendre compte de la performance de l'ex-Take That Robbie Williams, une performance qui va de pair avec une association renouvelée avec Guy Chambers qui avait déjà si bien collaboré avec l'angliche sur son premier album solo. A partir de là, pas de raison de douter de la qualité de Sing When You're Winning.
De fait, dans le genre de musique pouvant constituer une passerelle entre le mainstream le plus total et le rock plus "sérieux", l'album se pose un peu là proposant des bonnes chansons à danser (Rock DJ, Supreme qui paraphrase talentueusement I Will Survive, Kids avec Kylie Minogue, Knutsford City Limits), de belles ballades tire-larmes (le gros tube Better Man, If It's Hurting You, Love Calling Earth, By All Means Necessary), des pop-rockers américanisés bien troussés (Let Love Be Your Energy, Singing for the Lonely, Forever Texas, The Road to Mandalay) pour un tout qui saura séduire à condition, bien-sûr, de pouvoir supporter une musique à visées ouvertement commerciales, ce qui n'est pas un mal quand c'est aussi bien fait avec de si accrocheuses mélodies et une production si efficacement réalisée.
Aussi pouvez-vous railler ce genre d'exercice de séduction massif, démettre le talent vocal et compositionnel de le la paire Williams/Chambers (votre perte !) quand tout est réuni comme sur Sing When You're Winning, c'est d'un vrai plaisir même pas coupable dont il s'agit.

1. Let Love Be Your Energy 4:59
2. Better Man 3:22
3. Rock DJ 4:15
4. Supreme 4:18
5. Kids 4:47
6. If It's Hurting You 4:10
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Par Unvola MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 31 mars 2013
Format: CD
Pour moi, cet album de Robbie Williams contient principalement trois très belles chansons :
- "Supreme" ;
- "If it's hurting you" ;
- "The road to Mandalay".
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HASH(0x9adfc234) étoiles sur 5 Unadulterated, beautiful pop music at its finest 5 octobre 2000
Par Nick - Publié sur
Format: CD
"Sing when you're winning" is a beautiful album indeed. It shows a more mature Robbie, moving on from his past in Take That. Here's a breakdown of each individual song:
Let Love Be Your Energy: A great upbeat song that shows us that Robbie really can sing hard. It sends a great message and is great to play loudly while driving in your car with the windows down!
Better Man: A nice slow song. Robbie humbily admitting his shortcomings in life. Beautiful.
Rock DJ: Simply amazing dancy disco-y tune.
Supreme: A great number with some beautiful strings done to the melody of "I Will Survive." The words are different, with a very powerful chorus.
Kids: A duet with Kylie Minogue. Probably my favorite song on the CD. Another upbeat song with a very strong chorus.
If it's Hurting You: A nice and slow song with some country sounds to it.
Singing for the Lonely: Nice medium paced acustic ballad.
Love Calling Earth: Nice slow piano song with keyboards.
Knutsford City Limits: Good up-tempo song with a strong chorus.
Forever Texas: Awesome guitar song with hilarious lyrics that make fun of Texas hicks!
By All Means Necessary: Another pretty slow song.
The Road to Mandalay: A WONDERFUL closer. Kind of an acustic guitar British folk song. It'll have you going "buh buh buh ba ba ba ba baaaaah" in your head long after you listen to it.
17 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9ae097ec) étoiles sur 5 Superb pop music 20 avril 2001
Par Erica Anderson - Publié sur
Format: CD
I really didn't dig Robbie Williams' music when I first heard him back in '98, '99. When I heard that he used to be in the boy group Take That, I really didn't want to hear what he was singing at the time. You heard one pop artist you heard them all right? Wrong! Robbie Williams is not your typical pop artist and never will be. Categorizing him with every other cheeseball known as boy groups and solo pop artists (i.e Ricky Martin) out there would be a crime against humanity. It took me awhile to get into The Ego Has Landed" but when "Sing When You're Winning" came out I immediately bought the cd on the day it was released here in the US.
"Sing When You're Winning" is a infectious blend of pop and rock. The lyrics for the most part are tongue in cheek for example "Kids", Robbie's duet with Kylie Minogue, another huge pop star overseas but not here in the US. "Better Man" is a lovely ballad that picks up where "Angels" left off. "Rock DJ" is a fun, catchy little number that I love to turn the volume up on the radio. "Supreme" uses a sampled bit of the eternal disco classic "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor. On the US version of "Sing When You're Winning", there is a video clip to "Rock DJ" which is probably a bit too explicit for MTV/VH1 to show (although I did see it once on MTV2). I must say that it was both funny and gross at the same time but only Robbie can pull off a video like that.
Why Robbie Williams isn't huge here as he is in Europe is beyond me. His music is obviously not being exploited to the masses here. Then again maybe people just don't have the sense of humor to understand songs like "Kids" and "Rock DJ". Either way, the US is missing out on a terrific artist.
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HASH(0x9adfcd98) étoiles sur 5 "But if you're sellin' it ... it's all right!" 9 juillet 2002
Par Patricia Beninato - Publié sur
Format: CD
Recently, David Bowie slagged Robbie Williams as "cruise ship pop." Coming from a man whose best selling album was Nile Rodgers-produced dance pop, Ziggy Stardust notwithstanding, I think I may want to take a cruise in the near future.
It's easy to call Robbie Williams the British male version of Britney Spears--after all, he sells bazillions of albums to screaming teenage girls, appears scantily clad on the covers of magazines, and even has that all-important Pepsi endorsement. But one listen to "Sing When You're Winning" quickly dispels the notion of Williams as a media-driven pop tart. This is a genuinely fun CD to listen to, with flashes of cheeky humor, infectious beats, interesting lyrics (written by Williams), and--gasp!--real instruments. "Rock DJ," which received some US airplay and some raised eyebrows over its ... um, stripped-down video, is a solid dance tune which again proves that any song that lifts the bass line from Barry White's classic "It's Ecstasy (When You Lay Down Next To Me)" is a good one. "Kids" has an awesome groove, and it's the first song that I've heard Kylie Minogue on that didn't make me want to slit my wrists immediately afterwards. There isn't one bad song on this album, from the near-country rock of "Forever Texas" to the poignant "If It's Hurting You" to the rousing "Let Love Be Your Energy." Williams has been compared to George Michael, but isn't nearly as outwardly consumed with respectability--he's a born performer with a sense of humor, and it shines through.
This CD was intended to be Williams' big Stateside break, and while it sold respectably (800,000 copies) it was by no means a monster, which is a shame. Even if you're not a big pop fan, you'll find a lot to like about "Sing When You're Winning." Do it for the kids!
17 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9ae149c0) étoiles sur 5 Could you be a Robbie Williams fan? Take the following test. 29 septembre 2000
Par Pat Kelly - Publié sur
Format: CD
1. Name three hits by Kylie Minogue.
If you answer includes "Better The Devil You Know" and "Spinning Around" score 10. If you answer includes "The Locomotion" score 5. If you answer what's a Kylie Minogue, score zero.
2. In the song "Strong", Robbie says "my breath smells of a thousand fags". What does he mean?
If you answer too much smoking, score 10. If you answer anything else score zero.
3. The game shown on the cover of this album is..?
If you answer Football, score 10. Soccer, 5. Anything else, 0.
4. The end of this album contains a 17-minute gap of recorded silence, then, instead of a hidden track, Robbie announces that he doesn't feel like recording one this time. What's your reaction?
If you roll on the floor laughing, score 10. If you just don't get it, score 2. If you want your money back, score zero. If you immediately play the track again, score 100.
Personally, I love Robbie Williams music. I was championing him two years before his CD came out on this continent. But I just doubt that he's going to ever really become BIG in America. There are many reasons for this, label apathy, radio's reluctance to play anything by anyone over 20 these days, but most importantly Robbie steadfastly refuses to do things in an American way.
He is witty without dumbing down, vulgar without anger, self-effacing when most artists brag, and relentlessly, proudly British. His humour, his references, and his music are styled by a country that is these days as foreign to America as Khurdistan.
Yes, he's also one of the best live artists I've ever seen in my life, but not many have seen him live over here.
I wish Robbie the best, but I'm not holding my breath that this will be his breakthrough album.
But if you score above zero on the test, buy the CD.
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HASH(0x9ae14b70) étoiles sur 5 He's Winning All Right! 18 septembre 2005
Par M. Harbach - Publié sur
Format: CD
Robbie Williams has always been one to not follow the rest of the pop crowd with his individualistic music. Each of the 12 tracks he has written on this album are superb! This is pop at it's finest!

1. Let Love Be Your Energy - Great way to start off his album. It has a rock vibe to it that really kicks into gear in the chorus! A treat for the ears! (5/5)

2. Better Man - I think this is without a doubt one of his best ballads. The lyrics are so touching ("Rest assured my angels/ Will catch my tears/ Walk me out of here/ I'm in pain") you can't help but listening to this to relax. (6/5)

3. Rock DJ - An interesting song with an even more interesting video to boot. Again, has a rock vibe to it with some of the most infectious lyrics to make a killer track! His first tracks on this album are definately his strongest! (5/5)

4. Supreme - My 2nd favorite song on this album! Instead of following another rock song pattern, he turns to a more darker pop song. Sounds like it has a night time vibe to it. Great job, Robbie! (6/5)

5. Kids - MY FAVORITE SONG! It's so weird considering Kylie is known for her dance songs, but she does even better with Robbie on this rock type song! The chorus is definately the highlight of this song! Guitar driven beats and great vocals! (6/5)

6. If It's Hurting You - This is an ok song. His first five songs on the album are his best. It's a little too slow compared to his other songs. (3/5)

7. Singing For the Lonely - An uplifting song that starts off slow, but soon kicks into gear with some great guitars and drums. It sounds simplistic, but it works with this song and his great vocals. (5/5)

8. Love Calling Earth - Wow! This song is so soothing! It's a slower ballad but it is great nonetheless. Robbie really knows when to throw in all the music instruments or let his voice just do the work. Just plain awesome! (5/5)

9. Knutsford City Limits - Robbie kicks the album back into gear with another great rock tune. Has some great lyrics too! (When the meter ran out on life/ I used my tokens lady) Fantastic (4/5)

10. Forever Texas - When I saw the title of the song, I thought it was going to be some lame country song and boy was I wrong! This is another great rock song! (4/5)

11. By All Means Necessary - Another great slow song with some rather depressing lyrics. I am still dumbfounded by the lyrics, as I am guessing it has something to do with a girl just sleeping around with a lot of people based on what they have or something? LoL either way. Something to listen to. (5/5)

12. The Road to Mandalay - This song sounds a little weird at first, but takes a while to grow on you. Kinda sung in some storytelling fashion. Very interesting. (4/5)

As you can see by most of my reviews (Shawn Desman, A-Teens, etc.) The United States misses out on several opportunities to pass the pop torch to more deserving artists rather than simply giving it to mediocre performers. If you liked this, you should check out his even more emotional, Escapology!
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