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I've Been Expecting You
Robbie Williams
I've Been Expecting You
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
 
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The former Take That leader's 1998 & second solo album album. 12 tracks, including the international hit singles 'Strong', 'Millennium' and 'No Regrets'. No U.S. release exists!

      
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All Artists: Robbie Williams
Title: I've Been Expecting You
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: EMI Europe Generic
Release Date: 5/21/1999
Album Type: Enhanced, Extra tracks, Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: British Alternative, Europe, British Isles, Dance Pop, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724349783720

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The former Take That leader's 1998 & second solo album album. 12 tracks, including the international hit singles 'Strong', 'Millennium' and 'No Regrets'. No U.S. release exists!

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We've been expecting him since then...
Debby | Taiwan, R.O.C | 01/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

""I've Been Expecting You"is an amazing album filled with surprises and Rob's creativity. I can never believe that Robbie actually finished producing it over a short period of time. Every track on it is unbelievable. Rob vividly portrays his living experiences in his songs. The enjoyment is second to none if you take your time rocking with Rob on the album."Millennium" the first single from this album caught my attention the first time I listened to it. Its magnificent rhythm and Rob's whispering in the background have really graced the song. Rob cooperated with Pet Shop Boys in "No Regrets" which is also my all-time favorite song of Rob. In addition to its great interlude and the brilliant rap when the song ends, the lyrics are intense and real, depicting the strong anguish of losing someone. You'll be even more moved if you know who Rob was referring to. "Strong" is a nice rock song. Rob sings as he subtly jeered himself and his philosophy. Rob once stated that he didn't like "She's the One" since it's the only song not written by himself on his albums. But he still sounds great and tender on that track.All non-single tracks are no less powerful. Perhaps Rob had encountered so many things in 1998 that inspired him to make this marvelous work. This album is definitely a masterpiece. If you can only buy one album from Robbie Williams, I highly recommend this one. You can also find Rob's ex-fiancee talking on "Win Some, Lose Some." I guess the song is about the sweet moments they used to share. A very great song, indeed."
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Debby | Taiwan, R.O.C | 07/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

""I've Been Expecting You?is an amazing album filled with surprises and Rob's creativity. I can never believe that Robbie actually finished producing it over a short period of time. Every track on it is unbelievable. Rob vividly portrays his living experiences in his songs. The enjoyment is second to none if you take your time rocking with Rob on the album.
"Millennium? the first single from this album caught my attention the first time I listened to it. Its magnificent rhythm and Rob's whispering in the background have really graced the song. Rob cooperated with Pet Shop Boys in "No Regrets? which is also my all-time favorite song of Rob. In addition to its great interlude and the brilliant rap when the song ends, the lyrics are intense and real, depicting the strong anguish of losing someone. You'll be even more moved if you know who Rob was referring to. "Strong?is a nice rock song. Rob sings as he subtly jeered himself and his philosophy. Rob once stated that he didn't like `She's the One?since it's the only song not written by himself on his albums. But he still sounds great and tender on that track.All non-single tracks are no less powerful. Perhaps Rob had encountered so many things in 1998 that inspired him to make this marvelous work. This album is definitely a masterpiece. If you can only buy one album from Robbie Williams, I highly recommend this one. You can also find Rob's ex-fiancée talking on "Win Some, Lose Some.?I guess the song is about the sweet moments they used to share. Very great song, indeed."
Great music
James D. Crabtree | Fort Leavenworth, Kansas | 02/15/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Got this mostly for Millenium but the style of music is one I really enjoy. I was really surprised when I started paying attention to some of the LYRICs, but you can't have everything."