ROBBIE WILLIAMS & GARY BARLOW 'Shame' 2-track CD single [Released 04/10/2010]
ROBBIE WILLIAMS 'In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990 - 2010' [Released 11/10/2010]
This release celebrates Robbie's incredible 20 years in music with 39 of his biggest and best songs on two action-packed discs.
Prepare to take a trip down memory lane with Robbie as the journey begins in present day with two new songs, Robbie's beautiful duet with Gary Barlow, 'Shame', which is also released as a single on 4th October, and the feel-good track 'Heart And I', another fantastic Williams/Barlow co-written song.
The album then takes us backwards through the decades, featuring all the colossal songs from Robbie's eight solo studio albums over the years: 'Reality Killed The Video Star', 'Rudebox', 'Intensive Care', 'Escapology', 'Swing When You're Winning', 'Sing When You're Winning', 'I've Been Expecting You' and 'Life Thru A Lens'.
The album is rounded off with a sprinkling of Take That gold dust, featuring 'Everything Changes', the boy band's fourth consecutive single to go straight in at #1 in the UK way back in 1994.
The Deluxe Edition (in casebound book with 20 page booklet) adds a third CD featuring all of Robbie's rare B-sides together on one disc for the first time. This collection includes the theme song 'Nobody Someday' from the documentary of the same name, 'My Culture', Robbie's collaboration with One Giant Leap, and his cover version of The Kinks' 'Lola', which was produced by Guy Chambers for BBC Radio 1.
Finally, the six-disc Ultimate Collection (in large casebound book with 50 page booklet) combines the Deluxe Edition with three DVDs. The DVDs bring to life 38 of Robbie's music videos across two discs, including 'No Regrets', 'Feel' and 'Rock DJ', which was recently voted the third greatest video of all time by 4Music viewers, plus the video to 'Shame'.
All of Robbie's classic music videos have never been available to own on DVD before now. The third DVD features Robbie's iconic live performance at the Berlin Velodrome in 2005. Not only did this show launch Robbie's album 'Intensive Care', it has never been released before. until now that is!