MEXICO CITY.— Celebrating 25 years of solo career, Robbie Williams will present the album “XXV” on September 9, which will have several of his hits orchestrated by Jules Buckley, Guy Chambers and Steve Sidwell, and re-recorded with the Orquesta Metropolitan of the Netherlands.
All versions of the album will include the new single “Lost”, a song in the classic Robbie style, accompanied by piano and strings. The deluxe version will include three original songs: “Disco Symphony”, “More Than This” and “The World And Her Mother”.
“I’m excited to announce my new album ‘XXV’, which celebrates many of my favorite songs from the last 25 years. Each one has a special place in my heart, it was a real emotion to record them again. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it,” the singer said in a statement.
Robbie began his solo career with his debut album, “Life Thru A Lens”, and quickly became famous for a combination of songs, explosive live shows and an unusual and rebellious personality.
That album was the first UK number one album of his solo career and features the song “Angels”, his biggest hit.
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