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post #1 of 13
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I know all of you in England and Europe know who he is.

Earl saw him on Live 8 last year and was really impressed, but we'd never heard of him here in the US. And Earl even works in the music industry (radio). We finally got a CD - The Ego Has Landed. LOVE IT!! Now we're looking around for other stuff of his to buy.

So who else likes Robbie Williams?
post #2 of 13
Heck yes weve heard of him, and when he started off as a young boy in the group " Take That " as well.

Now i've got Rock DJ playing in my head now!

See if you can pick him out in this link Heidi when he was a mere boy!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/profiles/takethat.shtml
post #3 of 13
Go Robbie! go Robbie
*does a little wiggle dance*
post #4 of 13
His music is OK, but I don't fancy his politics
post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by valanhb
I know all of you in England and Europe know who he is.

Earl saw him on Live 8 last year and was really impressed, but we'd never heard of him here in the US. And Earl even works in the music industry (radio). We finally got a CD - The Ego Has Landed. LOVE IT!! Now we're looking around for other stuff of his to buy.

So who else likes Robbie Williams?

ME ME ME ME i own all his cd's *grins* and saw him several years ago in NYC hehe
post #6 of 13
I've heard of him but I'm still trying to get over Cliff Richard (oops, Sir Cliff).
post #7 of 13
Not a fan of Robbie Williams. Most pop musicians don't do it for me. I can probably drag up a few of his CD's though if you'd like. I worked for an internet radio station for a while, and aquired a LOT of music from it, and still have some contacts. Just let me know.

-Jade
post #8 of 13
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Originally Posted by Yosemite
I've heard of him but I'm still trying to get over Cliff Richard (oops, Sir Cliff).
I'm laughing but he's still going strong!
post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by AshleyJade
Not a fan of Robbie Williams. Most pop musicians don't do it for me. I can probably drag up a few of his CD's though if you'd like. I worked for an internet radio station for a while, and aquired a LOT of music from it, and still have some contacts. Just let me know.

-Jade
Thanks for the offer. His stuff is carried in the US, and definitely on Amazon, it just isn't mainstream for the US. (We're such music snobs over here, in general - we expect the world to love our music, but won't hardly play anything from outside of the US.) Usually I'm not big on pop either, but for some reason I do like his music.
post #10 of 13
ooh I loved Robbie williams years ago, both with take that and a little later.. his 1st solo album was fairly good I always listened to off the beaten path musing though
post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by rosiemac
See if you can pick him out in this link Heidi when he was a mere boy!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/profiles/takethat.shtml
OMG - photos like that bring back SO many memories!

I'm a bit of a Robbie fan, in fact I'm going to see him in concert this August and I have a Robbie calendar in my kitchen! He's not my favourite singer but he's such a showman - I'm really looking forward to the concert

I think these days he lives in LA because he's still relatively unknown in the US!
post #12 of 13
haha!! that reminded me of that silly winter lumberjack video.. awww...
post #13 of 13
He so huge in Europe that it's hard to believe that he's relatively unknown in the U.S., despite his duet with Nicole Kidman. "Take That", minus Robbie, of course, is currently on tour in Europe.
The really incredible thing is that everybody thought Gary Barlow had the greatest chance of a solo career after Take That, and it was Robbie Williams, the guy who got kicked out of the group, who became the superstar.
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