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Editorial Reviews

Before Justin Timberlake, there was Robbie Williams, the bad boy British pop star who rose from the ashes of the beloved boy band Take That to become an international best-selling solo recording artist. He is known as much for his theatrics as his music, which includes the 1997 hit ballad "Angels". On in this audiobook, the charismatic Williams talks to Joe Jacks and Jean Bruns about his music, compassion, Brit Pop, Oasis, and David Bowie. He gets personal with listeners, revealing his battle with depression, as well as his hopes for the future.
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Publisher's Summary

ROBBIE WILLLIAMS is probably the hottest celebrity artist around. When he left Take That, he firmly established himself and the burning question always was - "When will he rejoin?"
Robbie has attitude; he does what he wants in a very confident way. This is not a music release by the artist or record label but an exclusive audiobiog in which we hear how he continues to be a workaholic, what motivates him, why he is so controversial and how he survives. A creative and focused celebrity, writer and performer, Robbie is super cool and knows how to deliver exactly what the fans want. A must for the collector, music historian and fan.
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