Category: Progressive Rock

Millennium - Robbie Williams - Ive Been Expecting You (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Millennium - Robbie Williams - Ive Been Expecting You (Cassette, Album)

  1. Millennium This song is by Robbie Williams and appears on the album I've Been Expecting You () on the Compilation album The Ego Has Landed () on the compilation Now That's What I Call Music! 2 () on the album In and Out of Consciousness ().
  2. Robbie Williams I’ve Been Expecting You Review. Album. Released was an album typical of its type, full of missteps in pursuit of a sound guaranteed to maintain a long and successful.
  3. I've Been Expecting You is the second album by Robbie Williams. The most successful singles from it were "Millennium" and "She's the One". The album was one of the best selling albums in the UK from – and to date has sold over million in the UK alone making it Williams .
  4. After the success of Angels, Robbie was embraced as a national icon. Continuing his firmly established and successful partnership with Guy Chambers, I've Been Expecting You was released in late ' The album was penned mainly in Jamaica, during a jovial ‘luxury writing holiday' (as Guy called it!).
  5. Song information for Millennium - Robbie Williams on AllMusic. Song information for Millennium - Robbie Williams on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time Music, Vol. Eva: Robbie Williams. I've Been Expecting You. Chrysalis Records: Robbie Williams. Millennium. EMI Music Distribution.
  6. Oct 26,  · I've Been Expecting You is a delight. I cannot praise it enough. A masterpiece. Overflowing with sublime, catchy music, this 2nd effort by Robbie Williams far outshines his mismatched debut Life Thru a Lens. I've Been Expecting You is as interesting and involving as its sleeve might suggest, and then some/5(58).
  7. A more mature, calculated album from a pop star who's often gloried in being immature and spontaneous, I've Been Expecting You may suffer from comparisons to its excellent predecessor, but it also finds Robbie Williams weathering the sophomore storm quite well.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *