- Summary: Produced by Jacknife Lee, the ninth solo album for the British pop singer is his first since 2009's Reality Killed The Video Star.
- Record Label: Universal Music Group
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Dance-Rock
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"Take The Crown" it's just as good as he previously album "Reality Killed The Video Star" very consistent and coherent. It''s probally his most funny album, with funny songs like "Candy" and "Hey Wow Yeah Yeah". It all works when you listen the album, the songs have a really good connection.… Expand
When i first heard the album i didn't get it....it all sounded like a mess, specially songs like "Hey Wow Yeah Yeah" and "S*it On The Radio". After 5 or 6 times this songs actually became pretty funny, but nothing compared to other works like "Last Days Of Disco", from the Reality album. There are also masterpieces like "Into the Silence" and "Different". In the end its a good pop album, still there are other Robbie's albums so much better than this one.… Expand
4I got high expectations after hearing the leading-in but it only got worse afterwards. In fact, 'Take The Crown' is just as bad as Robbie's prior album. When he sings about **** On The Radio' he shows that he is making exactly that and 'Hey Wow Yeah Yeah' is just as terrible as its title. The LP has some bright spots but all in all, it's not worth listening.… Collapse