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Angels - Rarities Import

4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Japanese Exclusive Version Compiling Remixes, and B Sides.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Angels
  2. Falling In Bed(Again)
  3. Let Me Entertain You(Full Length Version)
  4. Cheap Love Song
  5. Angels(Acoustic)
  6. Back For Good(Live Version)
  7. Medley
  8. I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind Of Thing
  9. South Of The Border(Mother's Milkin' It Mix)
  10. Let Me Entertain You(Stretch 'N' Vern's Rock 'N' Roll Mix)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 7, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Import
  • ASIN: B0000089I6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #565,912 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on September 23, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Good and bad on this expensive import. Robbie needs to decide what he wants to be when he grows up: pop legend or the next Tom Jones. I hope he goes for the latter, since he is his most charming when playing the balladeer and showman, instead of making very irritating dance mixes (the last two tracks are unlistenable).
Robbie's medley with Tom Jones is incredibly entertaining and shows that he'll be able to cash in in Vegas show business once his pop star days are over. The punk rock chorus of Back for Good is another highlight. Angels acoustic version is so much more emotional and memorable than the pop/rock ballad version--the orchestra heightens the sadness of the lyrics. Cheap Love Song is just a fun pop song.
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By A Customer on November 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I had never heard of RW until in NYC recently. Attended his sold out concert and fast became a fan. Subsequently purchased Ego. He is a terrific entertainer but listening only is entertaining and soulful as well.
Highly recommend this young man's music.
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Just wanted to echo everyone else's praise, because this is a fabulous disc. The cover of "Back For Good" is alone worth the price and would be worth much more -- if you like Robbie, know the song, and haven't heard that track, for Chrissakes, buy this record! Other tracks are lots of fun, too, especially the Pet Shop Boys cover.
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The ego has landed is great. Robbie is a terrific entertainer. There aren't any "weak" songs on his CD. I highly recommend it! He's also extremely adorable!
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By A Customer on July 16, 1999
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Being from America, I am fairly new to the Robbie Williams craze that is apparently happening all over the world (After he releases "Angels" here, America is sure to be part of that craze too), but he is fastly becoming my favorite artist. I bought "The Ego Has Landed" and loved ever inch of it. When I found out about "Angels-Rarities" (including the much buzzed about Live "Back for Good") I knew I had to buy. And I'm so glad I did. His acoustic version of "Angels" makes it even more of an endearing song - which I didn't think was possible. His live recordings are phenominal and prove he's voice really is that great and he's not...er Ricky Martin (anyone ever heard him live?). But the one surprise was "Falling in Bed (Again)." Who knew Rob had this 60's beatnik side to him? I love his blend of spoken words with the echoing reverb while he sings the chorus. I can't wait to get my hands on more of his imports. Bravo Rob!
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ok so i felt i realllly needed to put a review on as the top review really irritates me. right number one. angels was not written for a girl HE WROTE IT. as for jessica simpson well she murdered the song. we've (in england)loved this song for years it was released 96/97 here. its about when he was addicted to drugs and alcahol he had people give up on him yet no matter what his mum was there to pick him back up and get him back to what is important - she's his angel. it is simple and sweet not breathy and sexy as jessica simpson does as always over complicate things in her look at me look at me. well actually for those in england who don't have cable for newlyweds it's more a case of jessica who??? she really bombed here....
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It comes to no surprise upon the music of Robbie Williams. Although he made himself impartially as a member of Take That, it was his solo work that took him to a whole different level. His single, Angels, the second from his U.S. solo debut, The Ego Has Landed, really is a beautifully channeled ballad. The song is arguably one of Robbie's best songs ever, and actually a lot better than the cover of the song, reality star Jessica Simpson created recently. That version is just garbage, while this original version Robbie did is just a remarkable power ballad. I really enjoyed this song, and I can't wait until there is a greatest hits record out for his music soon to buy it, hopefully.
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Because i am from England i know alot about Robbie and i am glad that he has hit it off in America. He is such a excellent singer and a great person and he should be credited for how much he has achieved and how far he has came in the time he has been solo. I think he hit it off in the states with the song" Angels" as this is such a meaningful song and has great words which people can relate to.
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