Robbie Williams: Intensive Care (EMI)

It's more or less incidental whether Intensive Care is any good or not.

29th October, 2005

It's more or less incidental whether Intensive Care is any good or not. As the huge sales of Williams' lamentable Rat Pack covers album demonstrated, any old pile of dreck with his name on it will shift serious units regardless of its quality.

All of which means a huge payday for Williams's new songwriting partner, 1980s two-hit wonder Stephen Duffy, who has bravely attempted to liven things up by throwing in ska guitar riffs (Tripping),...

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