Robbie Williams - Intensive Care album flac
|A3||Take Me Pure|
|B1||Spread Your Wings|
|B3||Please Don't Die|
|C1||Your Gay Friend|
|C2||Sin Sin Sin|
|C3||Random Acts Of Kindness|
|D1||The Trouble With Me|
|D2||A Place To Crash|
|D3||King Of Bloke And Bird|
- Arranged By, Conductor [Strings, Choir] – David Campbell
- Engineer – Adam Noble, Andy Strange, Dan Porter, John Paterno, Pablo Munguia, Stephen Duffy, Tony Phillips
- Engineer [Strings, Choir] – Alan Sides*
- Mastered By – Tony Cousins
- Mixed By – Bob Clearmountain
- Producer – Robbie Williams, Stephen Duffy
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 094634182317
|0946 3 41823 2 4, 0946 3 4182324||Robbie Williams||Intensive Care (CD, Album)||Chrysalis, Chrysalis, EMI||0946 3 41823 2 4, 0946 3 4182324||Europe||2005|
|00946 3 43709 2 9||Robbie Williams||Intensive Care (CD, Album + DVD, NTSC)||Chrysalis||00946 3 43709 2 9||Europe||2005|
|0946 3 41823 4 8||Robbie Williams||Intensive Care (Cass, Album)||Chrysalis, EMI-Kent Elektronik San. Ve Tic. A.Ş.||0946 3 41823 4 8||Turkey||2005|
|0946 3 45694 2 2||Robbie Williams||Intensive Care (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Chrysalis||0946 3 45694 2 2||Russia||2005|
|0946 3 41823 2 4||Robbie Williams||Intensive Care (CD, Album)||Chrysalis||0946 3 41823 2 4||Thailand||2005|
Intensive Care est un album de Robbie Williams sorti en 2005.
Band Name Robbie Williams. Album Name Intensive Care. Styl muzycznyPop Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album11.
Intensive Care is the sixth studio album by English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams, released on 24 October 2005 in the United Kingdom. After touring Latin America in late 2004 for the promotion of his Greatest Hits album, Williams started working on what would become his sixth studio album. Recorded in his bedroom in the Hollywood Hills, the album was co-written by Stephen Duffy over the course of 24 months. The album was launched in Berlin, Germany on 9 October 2005.
Logo of Robbie Williams ww. obbiewilliams. 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.
Robbie Williams' fifth solo album shows Robbie taking a change in direction from his pop superstar image to that of an Indie rocker. After two years of continuous writing with Stephen Duffy, this new album was recorded exclusively in Los Angeles - preceded by the first single 'Tripping', and inspired by bands like Bloc Party and Kraftwerk. Robbie Williams has accrued 21 Top 10 singles in the UK alone. Six of his albums have reached in the UK charts and his global album sales currently stand at over 35 million. Severed from his former right-hand man, songwriter Guy Chambers, Intensive Care sees him forging a new partnership with former Lilac Time stalwart Stephen Duffy. The result is his most complete album to date, free from the gimmicky fillers-like "Me and My Monkey" and "Jesus In A Camper Van"-that tended to drag previous efforts down.
Robbie Williams, Intensive Care. The former might give his record company pause at a critical juncture in his career. Intensive Care is his first album without longstanding co-writer Guy Chambers, and Williams' choice of replacement can hardly have quelled their anxieties. Stephen Duffy is a fantastic songwriter, but his career is not one of untrammelled commercial triumph. He abandoned mid-1980s pop stardom to form a critically-revered, low-selling folk-rock band, the Lilac Time.
Intensive Care is the ninth album and sixth solo studio album by English pop singer Robbie Williams, released on October 24, 2005 in the United Kingdom. Stoke's favourite son's sixth studio album marks a new stage in the career of Mr Robert Peter Williams, Britain's favourite popular entertainer.
Intensive Care opens with Robbie shouting, cocksure and desperate, "Here I stand victorious, the only man to make you come". The sixth album from Williams is overwhelming in its pureness of personality. It couldn't come from anyone else, dysfunctional, showy, telling stories about women he doesn't understand, relationships he can't function in, paranoia and isolation, all with a strangely positive and exciting spin. Williams is putting more self reflection and understanding in his music than ever before, and he's a rich seam of material.
Robbie Williams, mainstay on the UK music scene since he was first introduced to the world as 1/5 of the successful boyband Take That. That’s over 20 years. Following this album up was to be no easy feat, but sure enough, three years later, Intensive Care reared its head. It was decidedly more serious than Escapology and signalled the start of a slightly more world-weary Robbie, yet it managed to retain the famous attitude and strong songwriting, even if it feels a touch too sombre in places. The good news is, the truly pop-centric efforts of Intensive Care are as fun as they ought to be: single track ‘Tripping’ is a joy. A little weak lyrically, but truly indicative of the cheeky-chappie image, with a repetitive (yet never monotonous) rhythm and.
This album has an average beat per minute of 140 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 110/205 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Intensive Care. BPM Profile Intensive Care. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 181BPM (+71), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Robbie Williams. Under The Radar, Vol 3. 2019.