One of the premier entertainers in the music industry since his days in Take That, Robbie Williams’ solo career, now spanning more than a decade, has been among the most successful of recent times. From his Britpop-influenced debut album - preceded by the mischievous George Michael-cover single ‘Freedom’ - to his triumphant comeback album ‘Reality Killed the Video Star’, Robbie has never been one to shun the spotlight. His DVDs of the Knebworth and Albert Hall concerts are two of the biggest selling music films ever, and his notorious £80m EMI deal is still a world record. And of course, who could forget ‘Angels’, the song that has already become a standard, up there with the likes of ‘Imagine’ and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.
Robbie Williams – The Lowdown is a 2 disc set which tells the full story of his eventful solo career through a disc of interviews with Robbie himself, an audio biography covering the highs, the lows and the UFOs, and a deluxe package completed with booklets, poster, rare and exclusive photographs and much more besides. All at once making this set a real collector’s item and a full, detailed document of the solo career of one of music’s modern icons, it will become a must have item for every Robbie fan around.