Robbie Williams was an international superstar at the end of the millennium, a recognizable icon in all countries but one -- the United States. Traditionally, this is a problem for British superstars, who are able to amass a large global following but are hard pressed to break down the doors to America for a variety of reasons, many of which are inexplicable. For Williams, it was because his records weren't released in the U.S., probably because his former band, Take That, never developed into a commercial powerhouse in ...

The Ego Has Landed 2002, Capitol

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The Ego Has Landed 1999, Capitol

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