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Somebody Someday: Robbie Williams (edition 2001)

by Robbie Williams (Author)

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Once in a while a book is produced that captures the energy and spirit of the world of rock. Somebody Someday was published to massive popular and critical acclaim in September 2001. It shot straight to No 1 in the bestseller lists and proceeded to spend 14 weeks in the top 3.The insight, honesty and humour of the book was unprecedented. The photographic quality and design innovation was no more than this pop icon deserved. In short it was a triumph.For the paperback edition, Robert P. Williams and Mark McCrum have delved even further into the phenomenon that is Robbie - covering his million selling 2001 album and looking at changes in his professional, family, social and love lives.Dynamically repackaged in a tempting trade paperback and including new photographs, this is a fitting follow up 2001's most successful hardback - SOMEBODY, SOMEDAY.… (more)
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Title:Somebody Someday: Robbie Williams
Authors:Robbie Williams (Author)
Info:Ebury Press (2001), 256 pages
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Once in a while a book is produced that captures the energy and spirit of the world of rock. Somebody Someday was published to massive popular and critical acclaim in September 2001. It shot straight to No 1 in the bestseller lists and proceeded to spend 14 weeks in the top 3.The insight, honesty and humour of the book was unprecedented. The photographic quality and design innovation was no more than this pop icon deserved. In short it was a triumph.For the paperback edition, Robert P. Williams and Mark McCrum have delved even further into the phenomenon that is Robbie - covering his million selling 2001 album and looking at changes in his professional, family, social and love lives.Dynamically repackaged in a tempting trade paperback and including new photographs, this is a fitting follow up 2001's most successful hardback - SOMEBODY, SOMEDAY.

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After five years of success with Take That, Robbie Williams left to pursue a solo career. This official book discusses the first year away from Take That, which Robbie describes as like going to a New Year's Eve party and not coming back until New Year's Eve the next year. Robbie also talks about those critics who wrote him off as "being famous for being famous", the success of his album "Life Thru a Lens" and the release of the single "Angels". The glamour of "pop star life" is explored, along with the downside to fame at a young age. There is also a handwritten foreword signed by Robbie.
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