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Fly Like an Ego: Robbie Williams' Escapology

James Hunter, The Village Voice, 13 May 2003

WHEN LONDON'S Robbie Williams released his 1999 U.S. debut, he warned Americans. The Ego Has Landed, he called the thing, a shrewd compilation of even shrewder songs culled from Williams's initial U.K. solo releases – two albums (1997's Life Thru a Lens and 1998's I've Been Expecting You) that had left him a notable success at home and in most of the world's record-buying markets.

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