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Robbie Williams is set to release his studio album "Heavy Entertainment Show" on November 4. The album is Robbie's first to be released through Sony Music and follows a string of 11 UK chart-topping albums, a tally only matched by Elvis Presley. Robbie's last solo #1 album, "Swings Both Ways", was also the 1000th album to reach the top of the UK charts. The album features songs co-written with Guy Chambers, John Grant, Rufus Wainwright, Brandon Flowers/The Killers, Ed Sheeran and Stuart Price - and, from above, Serge Gainsbourg and Sergei Prokofiev. Title track 'Heavy Entertainment Show' and first single 'Party Like a Russian' are . The video for 'Party Like a Russian' sees Robbie in a huge mansion playing the role of a larger than life Russian oligarch - surrounded by a troupe of female dancers - tongue very firmly in cheek, of course. The track's lyrics are a light-hearted homage to the idea of the Russian party lifestyle. 'Party Like a Russian' has been added ATB at HIT network. Following a surprise TV ad announcing the new album, Robbie played a storming set at London's Roundhouse as part of the Apple Music Festival. The show, which received rave reviews across the board, included fan favourites as well as two new tracks
from the album.

1. The Heavy Entertainment Show
2. Party Like a Russian
3. Mixed Signals
4. Love My Life
5. Motherfucker
6. Bruce Lee
7. Sensitive
8. David's Song
9. Pretty Woman
10. Hotel Crazy
11. Sensational
12. When You Know
13. Time On Earth
14. I Don't Want to Hurt You
15. Best Intentions
16. Marry Me

1. The Heavy Entertainment Show (Instrumental)
2. Party Like a Russian (Official Video)
3. Party Like a Russian (Behind The Scenes)
4. Heavy Entertainment Show (Track By Track Part 1)
5. Heavy Entertainment Show (Track By Track Part 2)
6. Heavy Entertainment Show (Track By Track Part 3)
7. Party Like a Russia

8. Mixed Signal

9. Love My Lif

10. Motherfucke

11. Bruce Le

12. Sensitiv

13. David's Son

14. Pretty Woma

14. Hotel Craz

15. Sensationa

16. When You Kno

17. Time On Eart

18. I Don't Wanna Hurt Yo

19. Best Intention

20. Marry M

  • = Track By Track
Album: Robbie Williams: The Heavy Entertainment Show (Deluxe) (CD/DVD)
# Song Title   Time
1)    Heavy Entertainment Show, The
2)    Party Like a Russian
3)    Mixed Signals
4)    Love My Life
5)    Motherfucker
6)    Bruce Lee
7)    Sensitive
8)    David's Song
9)    Pretty Woman
10)    Hotel Crazy
11)    Sensational
12)    When You Know
13)    Time on Earth
14)    I Don't Want to Hurt You
15)    Best Intentions
16)    Marry Me
1)    Party Like a Russian [Official Video]
2)    Party Like a Russian [Behind the Scenes]
3)    Heavy Entertainment Show [Track by Track, Pt. 1]
4)    Heavy Entertainment Show [Track by Track, Pt. 2]
5)    Heavy Entertainment Show [Track by Track, Pt. 3]
6)    Party Like a Russian [Track by Track]
7)    Mixed Signals [Track by Track]
8)    Love My Life [Track by Track]
9)    Motherfucker [Track by Track]
10)    Bruce Lee [Track by Track]
11)    Sensitive [Track by Track]
12)    David's Song [Track by Track]
13)    Pretty Woman [Track by Track]
14)    Hotel Crazy [Track by Track]
15)    Sensational [Track by Track]
16)    When You Know [Track by Track]
17)    Time on Earth [Track by Track]
18)    I Don't Wanna Hurt You [Track by Track]
19)    Best Intentions [Track by Track]
20)    Marry Me [Track by Track]
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Performer Notes
  • Establishing himself as the last of a particular breed, Robbie Williams makes his pop comeback on The Heavy Entertainment Show. Aptly titled, Williams is entertaining as ever, a consummate showman until the end. The album is a grab bag of ideas, darting here and there in its pursuit of a hit. However, this isn't too much of a distraction. Mr. Entertainment and his bombast do not disappoint. The Heavy Entertainment Show is his most invigorated album in years, a truer return to the pop realm than 2012's Take the Crown. Here, Williams dresses up his antics in expert production with plenty of cheekiness to spare. As the show begins, Williams announces "the charisma's non-negotiable" and "I'm about to strip and you're my pole." He's cocky, crass, and utterly engaging as a chorus of backup singers add, "He would sell his children for a hit in Belgium!" Few pop stars can pull this off, yet from Williams, it's almost comforting to see him once again embrace his braggadocious ringmaster persona. Longtime producer Guy Chambers makes his return to Williams' circus, along with a number of high-profile guests. The Killers-penned "Mixed Signals" is an open-road epic that sounds like a Battle Born castaway, while Ed Sheeran and Benny Blanco join forces for the stomp-twang Avicii-lite "Pretty Woman." Rufus Wainwright contributes songwriting and his velvety voice to a trio of brassy tunes, kick-stepping alongside Williams on the aforementioned title track, as well as "Hotel Crazy" and the grand outro "Sensational." "David's Song" -- penned by Jewel and Kara DioGuardi -- is a heart-rending soft rock ballad that overwhelms with a powerful closing guitar solo and orchestral swell. However, it's producer Stuart Price who proves most valuable. In addition to the Killers track, he injects the album with a pair of addictive standout synth numbers. Highlight "Bruce Lee" is a Bowie-stomping glam number that struts its way through the pack, while "Sensitive" amps up the sensuality with echoing synths, handclaps, and juicy bass. Elsewhere, there are a couple love-or-hate tracks that stick out. The Prokofiev-sampling lead single "Party Like a Russian" -- which sounds like something Muse would use to dramatically start a show -- is big on drama and creativity, but might rub some listeners the wrong way with its cultural generalities. Meanwhile, the boldly titled "Motherfucker" seems like it's trying a little too hard to shock, yet it's the finest example of Williams' schtick. A heartwarming dedication to his young son, it is ridiculous yet completely uplifting. As it explodes into a guitar-drenched Oasis B-side, Williams recites a litany of family woes that could affect his offspring. It'll make grandma blush, but at the heart of it all, he's confident that his son will "break the chain" of sin. Despite that title and explicit lyrics, Williams allows some sincerity to shine through the sophomoric, remaining hilarious and full of heart. Eleven albums in and he's still one of the most likable acts around, truly one of a kind. ~ Neil Z. Yeung
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