Robbie Williams: 'I want to rejoin Take That'

Singer reveals reunion wish plus new solo album tracklisting

Robbie Williams: 'I want to rejoin Take That'
Robbie Williams has outlined his desire to rejoin Take That following the release of his new album 'Reality Killed The Video Star'.

The singer told Chris Moyles on BBC Radio 1 that he was up for reuniting with the group – and he would have done it earlier if it wasn't for the relative failure of his last solo album, 2006's 'Rudebox'.

"Perception was such that it was, 'Oh look, he's had to get up with these [Take That] now and 'Rudebox' has failed," he said. " I thought I'd wait off a little bit and get my album out and then I can go and play with my mates."

When asked if he fancied rejoining, he said: "Yeah I do, I don't know so much about all the dancing and that though. I'd like to. It would be fun."

Meanwhile, Williams has revealed the tracklisting of 'Reality Killed The Video Star', which is set for release on November 9. The album will be preceded by a single, 'Bodies', out October 11.

The tracklisting of 'Reality Killed The Video Star' will be:

'Morning Sun'
'Bodies'
'You Know Me'
'Blasphemy'
'Do You Mind?'
'Last Days Of Disco'
'Somewhere'
'Deceptacon'
'Starstruck'
'Difficult For Weirdos'
'Superblind'
'Won't Do That'
'Morning Sun (Reprise)'


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