Sin Sin Sin
Sin Sin Sin, the third single to be taken from Robbie Williams hit album 'Intensive Care' is released on Monday 22nd May 2006. It was one of the first tracks Robbie wrote with song writing partner Stephen Duffy.
Stephen Duffy said, "As soon as we'd completed this track, I thought we might just have a future together."
The video for Sin Sin Sin was shot over 3 days in Cape Town, South Africa by Vaughan Arnell, who has directed many of Robbie's previous videos – Angels, Rock DJ, Radio, Let Me Entertain You and Millennium.
Robbie's World Tour kicked off in Durban, South Africa on 10th April and the tour continues with Robbie visiting 14 different countries, on 44 different dates and seeing him play to over 2.6 million fans worldwide.
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