Robbie Williams, Escapology Review

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“Escapology is another Robbie Williams album that takes...”

Written on: 02/01/2006 by OrangeDingo (2 reviews written)

Good Points
Musicality, Playful Arrogance, Lyrics, Variety

General Comments
Escapology is another Robbie Williams album that takes my breath away. His chameleon like talents that stretch over so many musical genres never ceases to amaze me. He seems to have a perfect balance between his usual tongue-in-cheek arrogance ("Handsome Man", "Monsoon"), utterly heart wrenching ballads ("Feel", "Nan's Song") and songs that just make you feel good ("Revolution", "Hot Fudge").

A lot of people dislike Robbie Williams because of his arrogance, but if they looked past that front, they would see what a true genius he is. If they would just realize that he is making fun of himself with songs like "Handsome Man" and "Monsoon", perhaps they would appreciate his talents more.

This is another album that showcases just how wonderfully clever Robbie can be, while at the same time exposing his soul to the masses at a deep and personal level, that not many seem to understand. This is an excellent album that is worthy of your CD player.

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