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Greatest Hits... So Far!!!
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There are a few hits missing - the attitudinal "You Make Me Sick" from her debut album and "Feel Good Time," a delightful collaboration with William Orbit from the "Charlies Angels: Full Throttle" soundtrack, are among them - but "Greatest Hits...So Far!!!" is also an overstuffed disc with over a dozen hits and new material as well to round out the package.
The tracks are sequenced well. It is no surprise to see the major hits from her career-changing "Missundaztood" album frontload this compilation. It has been a long while since that album's release, and the casual fan a hits collection like this one is aimed would be easily won over by their inclusion. It is no surprise that the witty, sarcastic, self-deprecating "Don't Let Me Get Me" scored her major success and that the hook-laden confessional "Just Like a Pill" continued it.
This is before considering the major crossover success of "Get the Party Started," which showcased her brash personality while broadening her fan base and the thoughtful, pensive, lyrically incisive "Family Portrait."
The hits continued, even though "Trouble" was the only major one she scored from 2003's "Try This.Read more ›
The present offering is a well chosen collection of numbers from her earlier CDs, with two bonus tracks. The problems are evident, complete with drugs ("Just Like a Pill"), broken family dynamics ("Family Portrait", "So What"), and confused identity ("Stupid Girls"). The producers gave us "Glitter in the Air", and I'm glad they did as it's a masterpiece. The two bonus cuts are quite good. I could have done without the political bilge of "Dear Mr. President", but it is a well done song.
All-in-all, this is a most excellent collection. If you're a fan, you already have it. If not you may just want to see what you've missed. If you don't like her, that's OK, but I bet you will...
The new songs are both gems. "Raise Your Glass" is a typical Max Martin pop jam, but is great nontheless. "F---in' Perfect" is a another great self-acceptance song, although I actually prefer the radio version called "Perfect". All in all, it's a great collection that I would recommend to any pop music fan.
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The present offering is a well chosen collection of numbers from her earlier CDs, with two bonus tracks. Read morePublished 4 days ago by L. Pettengill
I've been rocking out all over town, all day. Lol!! Best ever!! Love ya, Pink!Published 13 days ago by SushiRules
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