Intensive Care

Label
EMI UK
Release date
1 Jan 2002
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
52:58

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Ghosts 3:42 48,392
2 Tripping 4:36 143,096
3 Make Me Pure 4:33 48,739
4 Spread Your Wings 3:51 45,131
5 Advertising Space 4:37 141,849
6 Please Don't Die 4:47 45,084
7 Your Gay Friend 3:21 45,596
8 Sin Sin Sin 4:09 85,288
9 Random Acts Of Kindness 4:15 38,995
10 The Trouble With Me 4:20 43,514
11 A Place To Crash 4:34 39,101
12 King Of Bloke & Bird 6:13 23,350

About this album

Intensive Care is the ninth album and sixth solo studio album by English pop singer Robbie Williams, released on October 24, 2005 in the United Kingdom.

Although not originally intended to be released in North America, it was made available on iTunes there.

Stoke’s favourite son’s sixth studio album marks a new stage in the career of Mr Robert Peter Williams, Britain’s favourite popular entertainer. Severed from his former right hand man, songwriter Guy Chambers, Intensive Care sees him forging a new partnership with former The Lilac Time stalwart Stephen Duffy. The result is his most complete album to date, free from the gimmicky fillers—like “Me and My Monkey” and “Jesus In A Camper Van”—that tended to drag previous efforts down.Never short of cocksure bravado, Robbie starts proceedings off with a modest declaration—”Here I stand victorious, the only man who made you come”, but for once he’s got the tunes to back up the posturing. There’re plenty of classic Robbie tracks, from the ballad-tastic “Advertising Space”—which should see “Angels” relegated to the backbenches—to the public confessional of “The Trouble With Me”; plus some daring departures in between, from the ’80s pop fun of “Sin Sin Sin” to the Rolling Stones-a-like “A Place To Crash”, via the Oasis-lite of “Make Me Pure” and the Smiths-esque guitars on “Your Gay Friend”.

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