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Details emerge of Robbie Williams' LP
The new record, due November, has also been given the name Take The Crown, according to the singer's website. It will likely involve the contributions of several music instruments.
Its sleeve is dominated by the colour blue. On it is a metallic rendering of what looks like Williams' head.
The track Candy, taken from the LP, is going to be released as a single come next month, says the website.
Williams is also quoted as saying: "After the Take That reunion – a busman's holiday, a break from my career which re-energised me in many, many ways – I wanted to come back with a massive solo album".
Williams is well known for songs such as Come Undone, Angels and 1998's Millennium.
Alongside Take That he enjoyed 90's hits such as Relight My Fire, Back For Good and Everything Changes, as well as more recent successes such as The Flood.
Published by AW.Posted on 4 Sep 2012 16:35 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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