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October 28, 2008 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 28, 2008
  • Release Date: October 24, 2008
  • Label: LaFace Records
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  • Total Length: 45:14
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001I8A76A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #909 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Amazing, Mature and great Voice!
A. ALAWADI
I have recently been listening to a lot of P!nk's songs and I really love this CD!
Maheen Wickramasinghe
If you're a fan of P!nk and don't have this album, buy it.
L. Roberts

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

228 of 252 people found the following review helpful By E. Lee Zimmerman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 28, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I could probably put everything I know about Pink into ... well ... I guess it would be into a single album review. I know her real name is Alecia Moore. I know she burst onto the scene at the same time as a handful of other pop singer/songwriters. I know, for some reason, she hasn't seem to be given the same level of respect as some of her peers (though I've read one "professional" review that already dubbed this her "divorce album," given her recent change of marital status) ... but that could all change with FUNHOUSE. There's a 1960's one-hit wonder quality to the entire album, to every single track, a sound so magically captured in the Tom Hanks film THAT THING YOU DO! It's fun, with a lot of attitude.

So What (5 out ot 5): A perfect gem of a song. When it comes to rockin' pop rhythms with lyrical attitude, Pink clearly commands the lead over her peers with driving songs matched with the killer refrains like that of "So What," a musical shot of adrenaline. Who cares what others say? It in the end it doesn't matter b/c talent & attitude triumphs. Never diss the rock star. Celebrate the self. One of the best tracks here. A hit out of the park!

Sober (4 out of 5): A melancholy rocker, introspective in a way only someone who's looked inside can pen and perform. Personal demons are often driven by the actions of others (bad lovers, bad parents, bad friends, etc.), but only one's self-confidence can help you achieve lasting happiness. "How do I feel this good sober?" Indeed.

I Don't Believe You (5 out of 5): Starts softly and swells in power, much like any individual's soul. Only Pink's trembling & gritty voals can elevate the power to jilted love songs like these. Tragically romantic though the love may have come to an end.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Lori A. Johnson on July 23, 2009
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Im not a Pink fan and purchased this cd on the strength of two songs that got radio play-i was very surprised! Most of the songs on this cd are extremely well written and her voice is surprisingly strong-i highly recommend this cd to anyone especially women with broken hearts or someone just coming out of a relationship-its a tear jerker and makes you assess your own mistakes and faults! This cd has made me a Pink fan and it will make you one too!
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Robert C. Hufford on November 15, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Strange title for a rock music review, but hear me out. Remember, most of my reviews are [a] albums by pretty blondes, and, [b] some really complicated books on side-issues in history. Any professional historian knows the truth of my title. I heard this record a couple of days ago, and was pleasantly surprised...the "rock" is not hard, except in spots. Plus, you can understand Pink's words; that's important to me, and rare in a rocker. I really like it. I find the girl pretty, in a tough sort of way, though I don't care for the nasal piercing, but to each her own. I've been thinking about it [easy with the cover], and I think I've got an idea, wrong though it may be....

This is Carly Simon for the 21st. century. Hard-edged, with tattoos, and likes girls as well as guys. Still. Think about it...what do we know Carly for? [1] Sexy/sexual album covers, and [2] Wearing her heart on her sleeve about broken relationships and substance abuse. Well... OK, Carly never showed us THIS much flesh, but if "Boys in the Trees" and "Hotcakes" don't have sexual jacket covers, I don't know what does. Her best work came out of her break-up with James Taylor [and Sinatra's after Ava Gardner]. I understand that the present offering results from Pink's divorce. Shared pain. Confusion. Fabulous music.

Let's talk specifics..."So What"...hard rock, but clear lyrics. Her man's gone, right from the opening line. Heck with him; she's still a rock star. "Sober". Good idea. The answer is not in drugs/alcohol, 'cause one day you find that you've lost you. "I Don't Believe You". FABULOUS song..softest rock you'll ever want. Her man was gone, and so what. Well...not so fast. "One Foot Wrong" Abuse. Carly never gave us that.
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37 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Erick Dowdy on December 2, 2008
Format: Audio CD
It's really too bad record labels don't actually listen to the artists opinions in the mainstream nowadays. Songwriter this, producer that, marketing execs all over the place! Most new acts don't even have the advantage of crafting what THEY want to, even if they do want to, and if they don't they can slink along with formulated garbage & still sell a couple million records. But for every one of those artists, we have true talent in the pop world. Yes, it's hard to find, but it comes around once every year or two & it's name is P!nk.

Throughout her decade-long career, this lady has went from something worse than a gimmick - a bad gimmick - on her first album, to a complete turnaround with her second & corresponding albums. From the moment she yelled "Get the Party Started" on her sophomore effort, you knew she was going to do it her way, and her way is indeed the way pop music should be done.

P!nk scored some points critically with her third release, Try This, but failed to make an impact commercially. Such is alwasy true with great music: it gets ignored 99% of the time on the radio waves. The follow-up, I'm Not Dead, rejuvenated her career in a way, becoming a sort of crossroads between her artistic ability & her mainstream propularity. And oh yeah, in the midst of it all she got married...and now she's divorced. Thus we have the latest offering from P!nk, the "breakup record" atrociously titled Funhouse.

This brings me back to the first sentence of this review: it's too bad the labels don't listen. P!nk originally wanted to title this project a much different way. That title, Heartbreak is a M*********er, oddly enough would've described the album PERFECTLY. Instead the label didn't want controversy, so the very misleading Funhouse takes it place.
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