Robbie Williams is deciding which tracks should be included on his forthcoming solo album.
Robbie Williams is deciding which tracks should be on his new album.
The 'Rock DJ' singer has been working on his latest solo album since last year and is now at the stage where he is picking which tracks from those he has recorded will appear on the final version.
Referring to his pregnant wide, Ayda Field, he wrote on his blog: ''Sorry i've been a bit crap keeping up with you... but there's been nothing to report...Just been in the gym trying to offset the onset of middle age fetching things for ayda...and trying to figure out which tracks stay on the album + which tracks should be shelved (sic).
''Speaking of which... if and when i tour ; ) would you rather hear let love be your energy or karma killer? sending big love (sic).''
Robbie has already debuted one new song online, surprising fan Adam Houabi with a solo performance over internet video chat site Chatroulette, which video links users together at random.
Accountancy student Adam said: ''One minute I was talking to a bloke from Algeria ... then amazingly Robbie appeared.
''He told me he was recording a new song and started singing. He said it was called 'Losers' and it would be out in October. It was good. I liked it.''
Prior to working on his ninth studio album, Robbie rejoined his old group,Take That for their 'Progress' album in 2010 and tour earlier this year.