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"Sin Sin Sin"
Single by Robbie Williams
from the album Intensive Care
Released May 22, 2006
Format CD single, DVD Single, 7" Vinyl, Digital Download
Recorded 2005
Genre Pop
Length 4:05
Label EMI
Producer Stephen Duffy
Robbie Williams
Robbie Williams singles chronology
"Advertising Space"
(2005)
"Sin Sin Sin"
(2006)
"Rudebox"
(2006)
Alternative Cover
UK CD1, DVD and 7"

"Sin Sin Sin" is a song by British pop singer Robbie Williams, it was released as the fourth and last single from his album Intensive Care in the summer of 2006. It was slightly remixed for single release.

Contents

Music video

The video is another part of Robbie's tongue-in-cheek humor, making fun of himself and his affairs, featuring him as the guru of some sort of cult of pregnant women. He also has a kind of God look, him being the prophet. It was filmed near Cape Town, South Africa.

Chart Success

The song became Williams' first single not to make the top twenty in the United Kingdom when it peaked at number twenty-two, the single fell off the charts in just three weeks. Elsewhere, the single fared much better in the charts, making the top twenty in many countries.

Tracklisting

UK CD1 / 7"
(Released May 22, 2006)

  1. "Sin Sin Sin" - 4:04
  2. "Our Love" - 4:12

UK CD2
(Released May 22, 2006)

  1. "Sin Sin Sin" - 4:04
  2. "Our Love" - 4:12
  3. "Sin Sin Sin" [Chris Coco's On Tour Mix] - 6:00
  4. "Sin Sin Sin" [U-Myx Software]

UK DVD
(Released May 22, 2006)

  1. "Sin Sin Sin" [Video]
  2. "Our Love" [Audio]
  3. "Sin Sin Sin" [Chris Coco's On Tour Mix - Audio]
  4. "Sin Sin Sin" [Making Of The Video]

Charts

Chart (2006) Peak
Position[1]
Italian Singles Chart 9
Dutch Singles Chart 13
Danish Singles Chart 14
Austrian Singles Chart 15
Swiss Singles Chart 16
German Singles Chart 18
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart 22
Romanian Singles Chart[2] 22
UK Singles Chart 22
Irish Singles Chart 23
Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart 25
Australian Singles Chart 26
Swedish Singles Chart 45
French Singles Chart 46
New Zealand Singles Chart 48

References

  1. ^ "Sin Sin Sin" Chart Positions
  2. ^ "Romanian Top 100" Please see "Issue 27" of the year 2006
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