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Robbie Williams - Intensive Care

Artist: Robbie Williams (Recorded By)

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Label: Universal
Album: Robbie Williams - Intensive Care
# Song Title   Time
1)    Ghosts
2)    Tripping
3)    Make Me Pure
4)    Spread Your Wings
5)    Advertising Space
6)    Please Don't Die
7)    Your Gay Friend
8)    Sin Sin Sin
9)    Random Acts of Kindness
10)    Trouble with Me, The
11)    Place to Crash, A
12)    King of Bloke and Bird

Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Robbie Williams (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Robbie Williams (bass guitar); Buddy Judge (guitar, electric guitar); John Paterno (guitar, bass guitar); Gary Nuttall (guitar, background vocals); Waddy Wachtel (guitar); Greg Leisz (electric guitar, 12-string guitar, steel guitar, lap steel guitar, pedal steel guitar, E-bow, background vocals); Claire Worrall (electric guitar, pedal steel guitar, piano, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond b-3 organ, Wurlitzer organ, Mellotron, background vocals); Melvin Duffy (pedal steel guitar); John Wittenberg, Alan Grunfeld, Michelle Richards, Sara Parkins, Sarah Thornblade, Armen Garabedian, Josefina Vergara, Berj Garabedian, Charlie Bisharat (violin); Matthew Funes , Roland Kato, Evan Wilson, Denyse Buffum (viola); Cleto Escobedo (baritone saxophone); J. Neil Sidwell, Jeff Babko, Neil Sidwell (trombone); David Farragher (bass guitar); Stephen Duffy (guitar, acoustic guitar, autoharp, sitar, harmonica, melodica, keyboards, synthesizer, glockenspiel, glass, shaker, tambourine, percussion, dilruba); Neil Taylor (guitar); Dave Bishop (saxophone); Steve Sidwell (trumpet); Jebin Bruni (chamberlin); Maxton G. Beesley, Jr. (vibraphone, percussion); Jerry Meehan (bass guitar); Matt Chamberlain (drums, percussion); Katie Kissoon, Tessa Niles (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Bob Clearmountain.
  • Recording information: Air Studios, London, England (06/2003-05/2005); Henson Studios, Los Angeles, CA (06/2003-05/2005); Rockband East And West (06/2003-05/2005); The Townhouse, London, England (06/2003-05/2005).
  • Photographer: Hamish Brown.

Professional Reviews
Mojo (Publisher) (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]here are softer, subtler electronic textures and a real sense of reflection....Out of the blustering powerpop, there's a beating heart steadily emerging."

Producer:Robbie Williams; S. Duffy; R. Williams
Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Country:United States
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:24 October, 2005


1. Ghosts

2. Tripping

3. Make Me Pure

4. Spread Your Wings

5. Advertising Space

6. Please Don't Die

7. Your Gay Friend

8. Sin Sin Sin

9. Random Acts Of Kindness

10. The Trouble With Me

11. A Place To Crash

12. King Of Bloke And Bird

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5 review(s)
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H.A. on
robbie williams new album is a bit more mature that i would have thought him ever capable of, and also a bit more melancholy, as many of the songs border on depressing, and there is a lack of his old charm, however annoying it was. having said that, there are some decent songs on here, such as the last one King Of Bloke And Bird
Sarah on
Another good album from Robbie Williams. This is his most recent album, and I think that it is one of his best, as the songs on here are more mellow, and take him in a new direction as a singer, and furthur away from his old cheeky image, with songs like "King Of Bloke And Bird", which is probably my fave on this album, its the perfect end to this album.
Sarah on
I am not really a Robbie Williams fan, but I heard this album on a plane, and actually kind of enjoyed it. He seems to have put a bit more thought into this album, and it is more mature, with songs such as "Adverstising Space". My fave would have to be the end one, "King Of Bloke And Bird", it really stands out to me as one of the best songs by him.
annie on
This album by robbie williams Was a bit of a disappointment to me because of the lack of originality and creativity. Although a true fan of robbie williams would really enjoy it. The song your gay friend is a bit repetitive and annoying. But if you like that and are a fan you’ll love this. not as good as his old music.
Caroline on
Robbie Williams what does he care if his album is crap. He just signs his contract, releases on time, rushed and full of predictable tunes knowing that hard core fans will love it no matter what and at the end of the day he still gets paid for his contractual duties.
Full of all the usual affair that comes along with a Williams album go nowhere lyrics that mean not much at all and music that is predictable and rehashed.

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