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Can't Take Me Home

April 4, 2000 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: May 17, 1999
  • Release Date: May 17, 1999
  • Label: Arista/LaFace Records
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  • Total Length: 54:08
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  • ASIN: B00136RXN2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (249 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,266 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I definatly recommend this album to anyone who likes upbeat R&B music.
"candlynne"
There You Go - Everyone knows this song and I like it just as much everyone else does!
Alan
If you liked the first single, "There You Go", you will love the whole CD.
Karen

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147 of 161 people found the following review helpful By ElectricMelody on May 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Okay, well, maybe this album wouldn't appeal to all people. But, if you're a fan of up tempo r&b and Timberland-style beats, you'll love this CD. There are only two slow songs, which is really rare for and r&b/soul singer. Pink has a terrific voice and I commend her for her honesty in her songs. Yes, she actually does write her own material! Here are the tracks: 1.SPLIT PERSONALITY: A very strong opening. The chorus is so cool and different and Pink's "split personality" mouthing off in the background is hilarious. 2.HELL WIT YA: A more typical r&b song, but, it is higlighted by Pink's wonderful lyrics (she says wench! ) and her terrific delivery of them. Her delivery on this whole album is mucho bueno. 3.MOST GIRLS: This song benefits from over the top production (there are opera singers) and the strength of the melody. It's very, very cool. One of the better tracks. 4.THERE YOU GO: Of course, if you've heard this song, you know about the singing/rap aspect of it and hopefully, you love it. However, if you don't like this song don't buy the album cause it's just like all the other songs practically. 5.YOU MAKE ME SICK: This song has a really cool chorus with really cool lyrics. The verses are kinda weird and pretty fast. 6.LET ME LET YOU KNOW: Another outstanding song. The first ballad on the album, you will fall in love with this song after repeat listens, guaranteed. 7.LOVE IS SUCH A CRAZY THING: This song would not be half as good if it didn't have the awesome piano opening and the really crazy beats. It's kinda a weird song. 8.PRIVATE SHOW: A standard Destiny's Child/TLC uptempo song. It has cool lyrics though. 9.CAN'T TAKE ME HOME: This is a completely awesome song! It's probably my favorite. It has the fastest, angriest beats ever.Read more ›
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 17, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Pink is definitely one of the most talented young musicians out there- her voice is incredible; her range soars to first soprano, then plunges to tenor...it is utterly beautiful and heartfelt throughout this great debut album. I sincerely like all the songs on this album, but I must say that my favorites are "Split Personality," "Hell Wit Ya," "MOST GIRLS," "Stop Falling," and "Is It Love." However, this is not an album to just sit down and listen to- this is an album to get up and sing and dance to. I do have one gripe about it, though- the lyrics were not included in the cd, and sometimes Pink sings fast...It can be tough to follow along, but luckily she enunciates and you can tell what she's singing (or saying) most of the time. I bought this album for "There You Go" and, as I knew, there ended up being better songs on it. If you like "There You Go" in the least, or even Pink's voice, then I strongly suggest you get this album. Pink sounds a bit like Mariah Carey, but her songs are edgier, and I wouldn't have it any other way. I'm sure you'll agree, this girl is amazing and I wish her the best.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "unclebriggy" on May 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Overall, I found the CD to be very satisfying. Each song, in and of itself, has nice beats. The song lacks a large number of standard ballads like "Stop Falling," which I think is the best song along with "There You Go". "Split Personality" is a bit akward in its form, but is at the least entertaining. "Most Girls" is a tight, tight song with nice beats-this could possible be a single. "Love is..." sounds like it should be a ballad, but has some weird beat in the background; I still haven't decided if it works. "Private Show" shouldn't be on the cd - it just sounds cheap. "Can't Take Me Home" will probably be the next single, or "Hell..." and both songs have a sassy feeling to them. "Hiccup" is really cute ^o^ Some reviewers (such as the first reviewer) find her debut album annoying, suggesting mimics of Kelis and Alanis Morrisette, but they should be reminded that some people find their cds annoying as well (if I hear "You Oughta Know" one more time...). Some songs annoy me (Private Show, You Make Me Sick), overall the songs are felt by Pink, and yet aren't generic and produced in their anger. If you like Pink's voice in "There You Go," you will find the rest of the cd even more impressive. Though the cd lacks a normal distribution of variety in types of songs, and many of the songs sound over-produced, Pink's vocal power carry this cd further than, say, Britney Spears could.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daris McInnis on April 18, 2006
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For the new millenium, LaFace Records gave birth to a fuschia-haired, bad-mouthed, rebellious, intriguing, and extrememly gifted woman named Alicia Moore...AKA to the public...P!nk. "Cant Take Me Home" was the debut by this R&B-turned-rocker and proved to be not only a stepping stone for the diva, but a showcase of her lyrical, vocal, and multifaceted talents.

The P!nk we know today is a loud, outrageous, and sometimes ill-disciplined artist, but we cannot ignore the fact that P!nk's pain and struggle growing up as a young a woman is all heard through the lyrics of her music. Being forced by her record company to "blend in" with the rest of the LaFace roster w/ an R&B sound, Alicia Moore delivered an exceptional effort to capture fans and break down doors in music. Then revealed her true colors, no pun intended, on her sophomore effort "Mizzundazstood."

Not to be "mis understood" with her sophomore album, "Can't Take Me Home" explores the urban sounds of P!nk and an amazing delivery. Opening with the tale of her two personalities and she rides the beat all the way until the concluding track she called "Is It Love."..This album is greta because of her originality, individuality, and creativity. Two thumbs to P!nk and congratulations on her platinum success. Stand Out Tracks: Split Personality, Stop Falling, Can't Take Me Home, Most Girls, There You Go, and Let Me Let You Know.
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