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Life Thru a Lens
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Album: Life Thru a Lens
# Song Title   Time
1)    Lazy Days More Info...
2)    Life Thru A Lens More Info...
3)    Ego A Go Go More Info...
4)    Angels More Info...
5)    South Of The Border More Info...
6)    Old Before I Die More Info...
7)    One Of God's Better People More Info...
8)    Let Me Entertain You More Info...
9)    Killing Me More Info...
10)    Clean More Info...
11)    Baby Girl Window More Info...
 

Album: Life Thru a Lens
# Song Title   Time
1)    Lazy Days More Info...
2)    Life Thru A Lens More Info...
3)    Ego A Go Go More Info...
4)    Angels More Info...
5)    South Of The Border More Info...
6)    Old Before I Die More Info...
7)    One Of God's Better People More Info...
8)    Let Me Entertain You More Info...
9)    Killing Me More Info...
10)    Clean More Info...
11)    Baby Girl Window More Info...
 
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  • Personnel: Robbie Williams (vocals, background vocals); Guy Chambers (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Steve McEwan (guitar, background vocals); Chester Kamen, Martin Slattery (guitar); Mark Feltham (harmonica); Derek Watkins (trumpet); Steve Power (keyboards, programming); Chris Sharrock (drums, snare drum); Geoff Dugmore (drums, percussion); Steve Barnard (drums, background vocals); Andy Duncan (percussion); Kerry Hopwood, Steve Bush (programming); Dave Catlin-Birch, Andy Caine (background vocals).
  • One of the best U.K. debuts of the '90s, Life Thru a Lens is an uninhibited joyride through all manner of British music, from glam to alternative to soft-rock to dance-pop. Beginning with the joyous "Lazy Days," the album continually betrays overt influences from Oasis and other Britpop stars, but triumphs nevertheless due to gorgeous production, Williams' irresistible personality, and the overall flavor of outrageous, utterly enjoyable pop music. Whether he's romping through aggressive burners like "Ego A Go Go" and "South of the Border," crooning on the ballad "Angels," or offering a slice of life -- working-class style -- on the title track and "Lazy Days," Williams is a pop star through and through. For those who appreciate great pop with plenty of cheek, Life Thru a Lens is an excellent album. ~ John Bush
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