London, Nov 29 (IANS) Singer Robbie Williams says he made every passerby listen to his album "Take The Crown" for approval before releasing it.
"I've been scared, thinking this sounds great, sounds confident, sounds big. I've been having all sorts of people come in and have a listen - the mail man, the dustman, people delivering things from Amazon," thesun.co.uk quoted Williams as saying.
"I said, 'Come and have a listen to this. What do you think should be the first single? Is it good?' You see, this is a really important album for me," he added.
According to the singer, this album will show him his standing.
"Every album is important, but this one definitely shows where I am in today's society and pop culture," he said.
"Take The Crown" is Williams' ninth studio album. The album was released in Britain Nov 5, and its first single "Candy" has become popular.