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Robbie Williams Personal Chart Discography19981. Angels (#4)19992. Strong (#6)3. Millennium (#3)4. She's the One (#3)(Angels, US release, #12)20005. Rock DJ (#8)6. Kids (w/Kylie Minogue, #40)20017. Let Love Be Your Energy (#24)8. Eternity (#21)9. Somethin' Stupid (w/Nicole Kidman, #1, 3 wks)200210. My Culture (1 Giant Leap ft. Robbie Williams & Maxi Jazz, #27)11. Feel (#3)200312. Come Undone (#10)13. Something Beautiful (#8)14. Sexed Up (#11)200415. Radio (#6)16. Misunderstood (#6)200517. Tripping (#1, 4 wks)18. Advertising Space (#3)200619. Sin Sin Sin (#19)20. Rudebox (#10)21. Lovelight (#4)200722. She's Madonna (#10)200923. Bodies (#1, 1 wk)24. You Know Me (#2)201025. Morning Sun (#9)26. Shame (w/Gary Barlow, #1)Gary Barlow Personal Chart Discography19971. So Help Me Girl (#28)20102. Shame (w/Robbie Williams #1)
I love that your into "Katy On a Mission" do you think dub-step will catch on in the US?
You know why your chart is better than the Billboard chart? Because you can print the full Cee-Lo song title!J., I sincerely doubt dubstep would catch on here in the US. Some of the biggest dubstep tracks have tried and never caught on anywhere but the dance chart. When the closest we come to having dance music hitting the chart is Rhianna and Usher, you can see the issue.
I agree with John. There's no hope for "Katy on a Mission" in the US, apart from the dance chart possibly. Dance music rarely becomes mainstream popular in America. Lady GaGa and the occasional Scandinavian production are the exceptions.
yay we share a number one! The other new Robbie track is amazing. more uptempo, and really great. perhaps more of a single had Shame not had the allure of Gary Barlow duetting...
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