Robbie Williams alters direction

Robbie Williams, the former Take That singer, has altered his tune following an extended rant against Britain pop singers Suede as well as their frontman Brett Anderson and he has also admitted he went off on a tangent. Earlier this week, Robbie launched a tirade.

Robbie Williams has recently told that on closer inspection (re:) his last blog, it seem that he has gone off on (a) tangent not wholly created by Mr Brett Anderson of pop combo Suede. He added: "It won't be the last time that this happens and it felt good to get it off my chest. Thank you Brett."

Earlier Robbie Williams told that more fans' hearts would be going at the prospect of an album by One Direction than a Suede release. His criticism at Brett Anderson was evocative of the ongoing conflict he had with Oasis in 1990s following his fell out with Gallagher brothers.

Robbie was stung by comments stated to Brett Anderson in an interview where he had reportedly said that there has always been crap pop music.

In his blog, Angels and Williams went on to deny the Suede star's allegation that label budgets were very tight back in those days. He told, "I think not - any quarter-decent three-chord knobheads could and did get a deal in the 90s," he said.