Sing When You're Winning - Robbie Williams
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 11
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  1. 'Winning'' is a winner, offering ample reason for connoisseurs of great pop to rejoice, whatever their age. Alternately wistful and witty, introspective and invigorating, it's arguably even better than ''The Ego Has Landed,'' Williams' 1999 Stateside calling card.
  2. Sing When You're Winning is as powerful as you want, as lovely as your dreams and as subtle as the best practical joke. [12/2000, p.121]
  3. A fresh production eye might have rescued its weaker segments - Love Calling Earth or the dull By All Means Necessary - and its surprising lack of overall oomph.
  4. 70
    This is undoubtedly his best record...
  5. Despite another notable drop in songwriting from its predecessor, Sing When You're Winning ultimately succeeds, and most of the credit must go to Robbie Williams himself. Amidst a raft of overly familiar arrangements and lyrical themes, Williams proves the consummate entertainer by delivering powerful, engaging vocals...
  6. 60
    It's a tribute to Williams' almost delusional self-confidence that he sounds equally at home no matter what the musical form; he invests each track with an energy many of them don't deserve.
  7. 50
    A collection of workmanlike whimsy... [12/2000, p.225]

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  1. Apr 17, 2013
    10
    Robbie Williams' grand album.
  2. May 19, 2012
    9
    Essential Robbie, this album really is singing when winning. It's very cohesive and displays Robbie's wonderful voice and personality. Maybe his best so far. Expand

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