In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010

Compilation by released in 2010
In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010's tracklist:
Shame (With Gary Barlow)
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Heart And I
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Morning Sun
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You Know Me
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Bodies
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She's Madonna (With Pet Shop Boys)
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Lovelight
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Rudebox
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Sin Sin Sin
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Advertising Space
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Make Me Pure
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Tripping
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Misunderstood
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Radio
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Sexed Up
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Something Beautiful
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Come Undone
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Feel
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Mr Bojangles
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I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen
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Somethin' Stupid (With Nicole Kidman)
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The Road To Mandalay
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Eternity
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Let Love Be Your Energy
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Supreme
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Kids (With Kylie Minogue)
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Rock DJ
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It's Only Us
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She's The One
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Strong
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No Regrets
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Millennium
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Let Me Entertain You
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Angels
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South Of The Border
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Lazy Days
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Old Before I Die
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Freedom
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Everything Changes
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Often
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Karaoke Star
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Toxic
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My Culture (With 1 Giant Leap And Maxi Jazz)
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Nobody Someday
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Get A Little High
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One Fine Day
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Coffee, Tea And Sympathy
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Do Me Now
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The Postcard
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Meet The Stars
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Don't Stop Talking
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Don't Say No
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Lonestar Rising
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Lola
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The Only One I Know (With Mark Ronson)
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Elastik
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Long Walk Home
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In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010 review

Robbie Williams correcting some of his past mistakes

Serious changes happen in musicians’ lives more often than not: leaving a band, image change, personal crisis, struggling various addictions, unstable personal life. Their life cannot be called that easy taking into account the necessity to be careful not to repeat oneself all the time, to keep up with the times and have one’s own inimitable trademark style. Nevertheless, they can see that everything had been to the better whenever they look back, and past events always echo in future if they are important. Compilations serve great means to illustrate this conclusion, no matter how such collections are called – the end of a chapter, sizing up, filling a pause between albums. Each collection of the kind falls into each of these definitions when it comes to Robbie Williams. Starting as a boys band member he has become one of the most successful and best-selling pop-performers around the globe. And as his new compilation In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010 shows, Robbie remembers very well of his past and has corrected some of his past mistakes lately.

Summing up and news on In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010

The collection In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010 consists of several parts and unites tracks according to the albums moving from the present days to the past, until Robbie’s young years. He has reconsidered a lot of things to date, and probably the most important of his achievements so far is the restored friendship with the band Take That participation in which was the first step in his grandiose career. Thus, the new compilation opens with a great new single Shame co-written and performed with Gary Barlow. It is a nice guitar composition with country elements, the lyrics presenting a dialogue between old friends whose relationship once spoiled and now they are ashamed of their behavior. No doubt, Take That fans are going to be delighted on hearing such wonderful news – the audience meets the song with ovations at concerts. The second track Heart And I is also new and takes us back to the once-successful five-piece best times: it is danceable, soulful and romantic as all Take That hits of the 1990s (remember Relight My Fire, Pray). It goes without saying that there was more than one hit on each of Williams’ creations and they are practically all here. For instance, the last album Reality Killed The Video Star is presented by such compositions as Morning Sun, You Know Me and Bodies, whereas the sensational record Rudebox makes oneself heard with hits She's Madonna (With Pet Shop Boys), Lovelight and its title track. Then the successful album Intensive Care follows (tracks Sin Sin Sin, Advertising Space, Make Me Pure and hit Tripping), and so on until the very first album, 1997’s Life Thru A Lens 1997 года. The compilation’s official version closes with the breakthrough solo song Freedom and Take That’s hit Everything Changes, reminding of the wonderful 1990s.

A story that deserves attention and praise

In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010 is Robbie Williams’ second greatest hits compilation in the discography after 2004’s Greatest Hits 2004 and the fullest one to date. Besides it has proved to be a turning point in the artist’s life – 15 years after his leaving Take That, after the band releasing two albums without him the artist has finally hoisted the white flag of truce. It is yet too early to speak about a collaborative album, or rather a Take That album in its complete line-up but it is surely worth hoping for it to happen. Then again, such an impressive compilation can well mean the ending of Williams’ exclusively solo work. He has given the world a great number of hits in these 15 years, in which his ever-deepening philosophy has found reflection. All of them are now concentrated on In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010. This album is a certain must-have for all Robbie Williams’ fans and moreover for those who have never heard him before because his entire journey is presented here being a story that deserves attention and praise.

Alexandra Zachernovskaya (21.10.2010)
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