Robbie Williams “Escapology” album
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  • In my opinion, Robbie Williams' 2002 album titled Escapology is the perfect pop album
  • It's my favourite Robbie Williams album to date, and is one I never get sick of
  • As I mentioned earlier, this entire album is just amazing and a must have for any Robbie Williams fan

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      In my opinion, Robbie Williams’ 2002 album titled “Escapology” is the perfect pop album. It’s my favourite Robbie Williams album to date, and is one I never get sick of. Even after all these years, I still enjoy listening to all the songs on this album. The album features 14 tracks plus 2 hidden tracks. Every single song featured on this album is catchy and worth listening to.

      The only song on “Escapology” that I don’t really like as much as


      the others is “Revolution”. I’m not sure exactly why that is. I’m not saying it’s a bad song, but perhaps I would like it more if Robbie Williams sang it on his own instead of performing it with a female vocalist. I just don’t think it suits the song at all. My favourite song on “Escapology” is a track called “Come Undone”. This was the song that actually converted me into a Robbie Williams fan. The first time I heard it play, there was just something about that one particular song that instantly caught my attention and made me stop and listen. I also love the up-beat, catchy songs on the album like “Hot Fudge”, “Monsoon” and “Something Beautiful”. These three tracks have a wonderful vibe to them and always brighten my day whenever I listen to them. The fifth track titled “Sexed Up” is another one of my most favourites from “Escapology”. It’s a perfect break up tune that I absolutely loved ever since the ...

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      first time I heard it. “Nan’s Song” is a lovely quiet, acoustic sounding track that Robbie Williams wrote for his grandmother. It’s a nice song and has some very touching lyrics. The album also contains a few cheeky songs like “Handsome Man” and the album opener “How Peculiar”. These two songs are fun to listen to and I play them quite a bit. They really show off Robbie’s charisma perfectly on the album. “Escapology” also features the powerful single “Feel” which was quite
      a hit, as well as some new songs like “Love Somebody”, “Song 3″, “Cursed” and “Me And My Monkey” which is quite a long track that runs for about 7 minutes long about a crazy, wild Las Vegas adventure.

      As I mentioned earlier, this entire album is just amazing and a must have for any Robbie Williams fan. And even if you aren’t a Robbie Williams fan, this is an album that will be sure to make you a fan after you listen to it.




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