November 13, 2007 07:09:07 GMT
Aiming for its great acoustic, Robbie Williams is determined to fly to Cairo next month.
Robbie Williams will record his eight studio album in an Egyptian pyramid. Choosing such an unusual place to record is explained as the attempt to get great acoustics.
A source says, "Robbie has heard the chamber of the Great Pyramid has the best acoustics in the world. He's going to go and sing a few notes in there to see if the sound is as impressive as expected."
He is scheduled to fly to Cairo, the capital of Egypt early next month, according to reports. He will then head to Great Pyramid of Giza, the largest as well as oldest on in Giza Necropolis.
The former Take That member is recording in Los Angeles with producer Mark Ronson. He had tied collaboration with his old time producer Guy Chambers for this album.
Meanwhile, it was reported that Robbie earned as many as 32 million through his tour last year that visited 44 venues in 14 different countries, proving that he is still highly demanded despite the 'flop' of his latest album 'Rudebox'.