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"While Take That were occasionally funny by default, dolphin-loving Robbie is hilarious by design. He lived out his songs about stardom, the limited shelf life of fame and the search for redemption, by sticking his tongue in the audience's cheek. Its undying adulation was met head-on as he conducted the crowd with the kind of control that made Pavlov's dogs look unruly."
Evening Standard, March 1999
"When triple Brit award winner Robbie Williams took to the NEC stage last night the atmosphere turned electric and the crowd went beserk. If there was one concert to be witnessed in 1999, then Millennium Man Robbie has got to be top of the list."
Birmingham Evening Mail, February 1999
"For the next 65 minutes Williams danced, sang and generally goofed about like pop's answer to Norman Wisdom. Everything got a cheer - you got the impression if he'd picked his nose the audience would have brought the house down."
Sunday Mercury, February 1999