Take the Crown is the ninth studio album released by British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams. The album was released in the United Kingdom on 5 November 2012 via Island Records.
Take the Crown is the ninth studio album released by British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams. Take the Crown is preceded by the lead single, "Candy", a track Williams co-wrote with Gary Barlow which became his seventh solo number one single in the UK and 14th career UK number one. The album also featured the original demo version of Take That's "Eight Letters", which is entirely performed by Williams.
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The Take the Crown Stadium Tour was a concert tour by British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams in promotion of his ninth studio album Take the Crown The tour was his first solo tour since the Close Encounters Tour (2006). In July 2013, the tour ranked 35th on Pollstar's annual "Top 100 Mid Year Worldwide Tours". Let Me Entertain You" (contains elements of "I Want to Take You Higher").
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Robbie Williams is back! With the big pop album we've all been waiting for! . If nothing but that kind of success will do for Williams, Take the Crown finds itself set a potentially insurmountable task. Still, if it fails to replicate it, it won't be for want of trying.
Robbie Williams is back! With the big pop album we've all been waiting for! But hang on, isn't that what he did last time, asks Alexis Petridis. It lines up a pretty stellar team, among them U2 and Snow Patrol producer Jacknife Lee and arranger Owen Pallet, fresh from working on Taylor Swift's Red, an album that's already sold in quantities even Williams might have to concede constitute a success.
But Take the Crown, Robbie’s first solo set since 2009’s Reality Killed the Video Star, aims to reclaim his position as one of pop’s foremost solo artists. This ninth album opens with saxophone, revisiting the reflective tone of Robbie’s Take That stint; and, indeed, much of his previous solo material. Accompanied by stabbing synths and nostalgic lyrics, Be a Boy is an effortlessly victorious beginning. Gospel also mines the past for inspiration: I used to be so excited on my own, he sings.
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01. Be A Boy
05. Shit On The Radio
06. All That I Want
07. Hunting For You
08. Into The Silence
09. Hey Wow Yeah Yeah
10. Not Like The Others
11. Losers (feat. Lissie)
13. Eight Letters