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    Default Re: Robbie Williams tribute to MJ?

    Quote Originally Posted by L.T.D. View Post
    Your right. Plus hes such a great entertainer. He really is. Not on the level of our Mike. But he just has so much charisma when on stage. Watch this.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPQhdna79sk

    Yeah, it was also in 2005 that he performed here.
    I scrolled through the comments there..and what do you know...
    a very unnessecary stupid comment about MJ there...sigh.
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    Default Re: Robbie Williams tribute to MJ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Staffordshire Bullterrier View Post
    Yeah, it was also in 2005 that he performed here.
    I scrolled through the comments there..and what do you know...
    a very unnessecary stupid comment about MJ there...sigh.
    Yeeee. Ive seen it. I commented saying very clever....:S
    I wouldnt have minded if it was remotely whitty..... :\ lol

    Robbie Williams is great, but he is no King Of Pop. I cant stand it when people call him the King Of Pop. Hes nowhere near the King Of Pop and there is and will only ever be one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.T.D. View Post
    Yeeee. Ive seen it. I commented saying very clever....:S
    I wouldnt have minded if it was remotely whitty..... :\ lol

    Robbie Williams is great, but he is no King Of Pop. I cant stand it when people call him the King Of Pop. Hes nowhere near the King Of Pop and there is and will only ever be one.

    You know ....it's been a looooooooong time since i listened to Robbie's music. But Michael's music...man...i can listen to it every second of the day, for real. But let's not compare him to Michael, cause there simply is NOBODY like Michael. I've said it before and i'll keep saying it....Michael IS a genre, no contest!!!!!


    This is a great song by Robbie by the way...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTqEEds0uE4
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    Default Re: Robbie Williams tribute to MJ?

    I have heard of Robbie Williams before but I don't know who he is and this thread is informal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymarie1989 View Post
    I have heard of Robbie Williams before but I don't know who he is and this thread is informal.

    Yeah, i can recommend you songs to listen to. Personally i always like songs that have meaning (can NEVER go wrong with Michael, as we all know) but Robbie has several of those.

    The one i just linked is called 'Please don't die' and it's quite good, check it out. Try to listen to the cd 'Intensive Care' , it's full of singer/songwriter'ish songs and it's very nice.
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    he is a great singer, and has some great songs. a good entertainer as well...

    but what is it with these self-centered figures nowadays? Robbie, Kanye... I mean, MJ was NEVER EVER like that! He was always modest despite being the most talented person in the world...
    In this vague world of sorrow and frailty, only the Artist can leave an eternal footprint in the sands of time,thereby resisting the strongest of winds, and coming as near to immortality as possible.

    You made my life special...and I will forever be grateful for that. I WILL pay back to you, I swear. I love you,Michael...and I'll love you as long as I am breathing...

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

    And I'm hoping that my prayers will see
    the day that You'll come back to me...


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    Default Re: Robbie Williams tribute to MJ?

    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous_88 View Post
    he is a great singer, and has some great songs. a good entertainer as well...

    but what is it with these self-centered figures nowadays? Robbie, Kanye... I mean, MJ was NEVER EVER like that! He was always modest despite being the most talented person in the world...

    Exactly, there will never ever be someone like that. I am 100% sure of that.
    The good die young!!!

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    Default Re: Robbie Williams tribute to MJ?

    I don't like Robbie Williams and I doubt about that.


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