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Robbie Williams has changed his tune after an extended rant against Britpop stars Suede and their frontman Brett Anderson - and has admitted he went off "on a tangent".

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Suede, Barfly, London

It’s probably quite fair to say that, a few years ago, the five members of Suede would not have imagined themselves back onstage together  promoting a new album.

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What's not to love about the comeback of these five glam girls with their unrivalled fusillade of songs?

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