Reality Killed the Video Star reviews

…are glowing!

 

“”Robbie Williams has returned to what he knows best… delivering a glorious pop album that wears its influences on its sleeves.” – Music Week

“Mainstream pop with twists of lyrical wit, irony and imagination – classy piece of work, mature, reflexive and substantial” – The Telegraph

“the flow of the record is excellent when heard as a whole – his finest album since I’ve Been Expecting You. The ego has landed, again, but he’s a lot more endearing this time around” BBC

“Engagingly mature return from Stoke’s favourite son” – Uncut Magazine

“it’s fantastic: a brilliant reminder of how his songs can combine wit, strangeness and accessibility” – 4 stars – The Guardian

“The signs are that the now-married singer has regained his waning zest. Though less experimental than Rudebox, it’s more accomplished and generous-spirited.” – The Independent

“his best since 2002’s Escapology – a No1 hit. Simple as that” The Sun

‘The album bulges with fantastic melodies’ 4/5, The Guardian

“the most engaging album Williams has produced in years” In The News

‘Robbie Williams makes his much-heralded return to form’ InStyle Magazine

‘The king of charisma returns’ Album of the Month, Marie Claire

‘Robbie’s excelled himself and we’re thrilled to have him back and better than ever’ 5 stars, Heat

“Welcome Back – Five Stars!” OK Magazine

 

via Handsome Man at trws.com

 

You can stream the album for free here (or, if you like a version you can scrobble, here).

 

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