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I'm Not Dead [Explicit]

April 4, 2006 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 4, 2006
  • Release Date: April 4, 2006
  • Label: LaFace Records
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  • Total Length: 54:14
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00136JT3Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (402 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,457 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Very good songs.
Min Jung Cho
P!nk can do the political thing and go right back to having fun on songs like "U+Ur Hand" which is a great rock song.
Dorrie Wheeler
Her best ever- so if you are a previous fan or not yet a fan, this album will make you love her.
Jane Eyre

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

74 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Greg Robertson VINE VOICE on July 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
As something of an old rock and roll guy, I was all set to hate this album when I unwrapped the gift wrap it came to me in. I don't recall why, but I had had a misguided belief that Pink was yet another whining 20-something with more attitude and angst than actual talent. But I'm happy to admit that I was SO incredibly wrong -- this is a great album.

Why?

1. It's funny. Songs like "Stupid Girls" and "U + UR Hand" are hilariously on-target at skewering certain audiences, and they provide a nice balance to the more serious songs on the album.

2. It's meaningful. Even Pink's funny songs have more genuine meaning underlying them than most pop artists' entire songbooks, and the more socially-conscious and spiritual ones can tear your heart out. "Dear Mr. President" and "I Have Seen the Rain" are particularly poignant tracks. Make no mistake, this woman is serious and should be taken as such.

3. It's intelligent. Listen to this album, then listen to anything by Britney Spears or Christine Whoever -- the distinction will be clear. Whether you like particular songs or not is a matter of taste, but the fact that the lyrics are smart and the music fitting is undeniable. Brilliant stuff.

4. It's easy on the ears. While there's nothing overwhelmingly new to this album musically, it's more rock than pop and it's done very well. There's a fresh crispness to all but the slowest songs, which makes it a fun listen no matter what you're doing at the time.

Hey, if an old geezer like me can get into this, so can you. It's a terrific album, well worth the price, and I suggest you go for it.
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By J. Waters on April 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I remember reading an article when Pink was recalling the mini-disaster that was Try This, and how she knew she was spitting out really lackluster songs (save for Catch Me When I'm Sleeping). Pink has really made up for that by releasing I'm Not Dead. Each and every song has Pink's personality all over it, and if you like it, you won't be disappointed. From Pink's radio-driven Stupid Girls, where she attacks our society and its adjoined stupidity, to the thoughtful, convicting "Dear Mr. President", which is deep enough to make the strongest Republican melt. I'm glad that Pink wrote that song and didn't portray herself as an "in-your-face know-it-all". But she is very educated, and it comes through in an honest attempt to put all the jokes and the sneering aside and really face the issues that plague our country.

Through listening to the latter song, as well as "Conversations with My 13 Year Old Self", "Runaway", "The One That Got Away" and "Long Way to Happy", Pink's songwriting chops have obviously gotten stronger, and their muscles are flexed throughout the CD. One cannot help but stop and rewind certain phrases - her honesty leaves her vulnerable, but she has put herself and her opinions out there on the table, and it's up to the listener to take it or leave it. But it's not debatable that Pink has bared her soul on this record.

It's been a long time since the industry has really come face-to-face with such a poignant, fun, thought-provoking album. Classic? It's way too early to tell, but it definitely has the makeup to be one.
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116 of 129 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Richards HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Alecia Moore, where have you been? We took you home in 2000 with “Can’t Take me Home”, we totally understood you when you were “M!ssundaztood” in 2001, we tried “Try This” in 2003 - and then you left us without even a note.

Now that we know that you’re okay, we want to say thank goodness you’re okay, congratulations on your marriage, and thanks for this great new album.

Lead off single and first track “Stupid Girls” is a scathing commentary on the extra-skinny (and bulimic) popular girls (and celebrities) who would do anything to extend their 15 minutes of fame, while second track “Who Knew” immediately takes down the pace, P!nk style, about lost love.

“I wish I could touch you again

I wish I could still call you a friend

I'd give anything”

Third track “Long Way to Happy” is another song about break-ups and recovery, and very emotionally done. Another sad song follows with “Nobody Knows”, and then she controversially takes on George W. Bush with her open letter about poverty and homelessness.

Other can’t-miss tracks are the title track, and the up tempo and often naughty tracks that follow it, such as “Cuz I Can”; my favorite (albeit expletive ridden) “Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely)” and second single “U & Ur Hand” which would stop a pick-up artist dead in his tracks. Listen up also for the hidden track with her Dad, which he wrote, according to P!nk, back in Vietnam about 40 years ago, and was the first song she ever performed.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kathy C on March 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Pink continues to break the mold. Love U and your hand. I especially love Dear Mr. President! She has a strong voice and attitude. She continues to wow us with her thoughtful lyrics.
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