EMI rallies around Robbie's US quest despite chart dive

Jones, Joanna
May 2003
Music Week;5/3/2003, Issue 17, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the marketing strategy of record labels EMI and IE Music to increase the sales of album 'Escapology,' performed by Robbie Williams in the U.S. Provision of television appearances and radio promotions; Sales performance of album during its first release; Factors contributing to the sales of the album.


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