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About Robbie Williams

A success story of purely British proportions, Robbie Williams went from being a teen pinup in the U.K's version of New Kids on the Block (Take That) to being a teen pinup for the post-Brit Pop generation. After the demise of Take That, Robbie "The Tough One" Williams took to hardening his image by surrounding himself with drugs, solo records, and Oasis. His singles have been the perfect blend of teen-pop all dressed up in lad-rock clothing. His smirking confidence, roguish good looks and genuine stage presence have seen him do surprisingly well with the American market.

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Listen toRobbie Williamson Napster

A success story of purely British proportions, Robbie Williams went from being a teen pinup in the U.K's version of New Kids on the Block (Take That) to being a teen pinup for the post-Brit Pop generation. After the demise of Take That, Robbie "The Tough One" Williams took to hardening his image by surrounding himself with drugs, solo records, and Oasis. His singles have been the perfect blend of teen-pop all dressed up in lad-rock clothing. His smirking confidence, roguish good looks and genuine stage presence have seen him do surprisingly well with the American market.

About Robbie Williams

A success story of purely British proportions, Robbie Williams went from being a teen pinup in the U.K's version of New Kids on the Block (Take That) to being a teen pinup for the post-Brit Pop generation. After the demise of Take That, Robbie "The Tough One" Williams took to hardening his image by surrounding himself with drugs, solo records, and Oasis. His singles have been the perfect blend of teen-pop all dressed up in lad-rock clothing. His smirking confidence, roguish good looks and genuine stage presence have seen him do surprisingly well with the American market.

About Robbie Williams

A success story of purely British proportions, Robbie Williams went from being a teen pinup in the U.K's version of New Kids on the Block (Take That) to being a teen pinup for the post-Brit Pop generation. After the demise of Take That, Robbie "The Tough One" Williams took to hardening his image by surrounding himself with drugs, solo records, and Oasis. His singles have been the perfect blend of teen-pop all dressed up in lad-rock clothing. His smirking confidence, roguish good looks and genuine stage presence have seen him do surprisingly well with the American market.