Robbie achieves new Billboard chart high

April 2003
Music Week;4/19/2003, Issue 15, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on Robbie Williams' music chart progress in the United States. Rank of his album 'Escapology' in the Billboard 200; First-week sales of the album; Expectation from the stateside release and success of the 'Escapology' album; Attribution of the album's competitive retail price as the primary reason for its initial sales and chart position.


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