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listen  2. Who KnewP!nk 3:28$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen  6. I'm Not Dead (Main Version)P!nk 3:46$0.99  Buy MP3 
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As anyone who’s seen her on tour or watched a music awards show in recent years knows, P!nk has a bit of a second career, moonlighting as an aerialist and trapeze artist. But in a sense, that kind of describes her primary vocation, too. Over the course of five groundbreaking albums, she’s lived dangerously, achieving a high level of self-revelation unmatched by anyone else ... Read more in Amazon's P!nk Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 4, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: La Face
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (412 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #336,658 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Clean Version. P!nk is back and she wants everyone to know I'm Not Dead. There is no point in doubting her, especially after listening to this hard, soft, furious and sweet, new album full of tracks that are distinctly alive. I'm Not Dead is everything it should be: a stylistic evolution, a stunning display of her craft as a vocalist and songwriter and a very personal scrapbook of everywhere she's been and everywhere she's going. This is P!nk in top form, as brutally honest and as soulfully vocal as only she can be. The album includes her new hit single 'Stupid Girls', and includes production collaborations with Billy Mann, Max Martin, Luke Gottwald, Butch Walker, Mike Elizondo, and the iconic duo The Indigo Girls. The resulting album has it all - rock 'n' roll, soul and funk and 100 percent P!nk! LaFace. 2006.

Some music is celebrated for its elegant subtlety; Pink's slams you over the head. Four albums in, she's not changing her formula. I'm Not Dead touches on bulimia ("Stupid Girls"), war-mongering politicians ("Dear Mr. President"), teen angst ("Conversations With My 13 Year Old Self," "Runaway"), overheated pickup artists ("U + Ur Hand"), and gross materialism ("I Got Money Now"). None of it, in other words, is for featherweight listeners. Then again, none of it suits eggheaded college tastemakers either. Where this translates, then, is with those willing to man up and embrace what makes Pink Pink: her spellbinding ability to render rebelliousness in all the many colors of the rainbow. Neil Young-inspired acoustic guitar is sketched into "The One That Got Away," but it's just as quickly scribbled over by Joan Jett-style ranting (on "Long Way to Happy") and Janis Joplin/Joss Stone-fueled howling (on "Who Knew"). Even R&B gets its turn ("I Got Money Now"). The album also includes appearances from the Indigo Girls, who duet on "Dear Mr. President," and Pink's father, who joins for the hidden track "I Have Seen The Rain." Pink pulls all of this off, and probably without even breathing hard. She's not dead. --Tammy La Gorce

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Customer Reviews

So buy the pink cd and listen to what she has to say.
She has great rock influenced song such as 'Stupid Girls,' 'U+Ur Hand,' and ''Cuz I Can.'
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There are some really good songs on this album, I like listening to it.
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75 of 76 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.


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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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 PIMUS INTER PARES on December 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Pink is simply the best. Each of her cd's is better than the last and everyone one is good. She's the only singer out there who consistantly has top quality songs on every cd she makes. Unlike so many "great" singers or groups, she always has tons of songs that resonate with you, not just 2 or three. From her soulfull voice, her lyrics which are actually about things, to the intsrumentals, rythm and beat of her songs, she puts all other female singers to shame. In my opion she is not just the best female singer in the world, but the best musician going on period. It's a shame I'm Not Dead recieved so little recognition or acclaim and that Stupid Girls, the only song that really broke though, was not even close to the best on here. Listen to tunes like 'Long Way To Happy', 'Cuz I Can', 'I'm Not Dead', 'Runaway'. Wow, unreal and awesome stuff. You will absolutly love this cd. Thanks, Pink.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 24, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Although it hardly deserved it, Try This -- Pink's 2003 sequel to her 2001 artistic and commercial breakthrough, M!ssundaztood -- turned out to be something of a flop, selling considerably less than its predecessor and generating no true hit singles. Perhaps this downturn in sales was due to the harder rock direction she pursued on Try This, perhaps the songs she co-wrote with Rancid's Tim Armstrong weren't quite pop even if they were poppy, perhaps it was just a matter of timing, but the album just didn't click with a larger audience, through no fault of the music, which was the equal to that on M!ssundaztood. When faced with such a commercial disappointment, some artists would crawl back to what made them a star, but not Pink. Although she does pump up the dance on 2006's I'm Not Dead, it's way too simple to call the album a return to "Get the Party Started" -- Pink is far too complex to do something so straightforward. No, Pink is complicated, often seemingly contradictory: she tears down "porno paparazzi girls" like Paris Hilton just as easily as she flaunts her bling on "'Cuz I Can"; she celebrates that "I Got Money Now"; she'll swagger and snarl and swear like a sailor, then turn around and write sweet songs of support to a teenager, or a knowingly melancholy reflection like "I Got Money Now"; she'll collaborate with Britney Spears hitmaker Max Martin on one track, then turn around and bring in the Indigo Girls for support on a stripped-down protest song. She'll try anything, and she does on I'm Not Dead. It Ping-Pongs between dense dancefloor anthems and fuzzy power pop, acoustic folk-rock and anthemic power ballads, hard rock tunes powered by electronic beats and dance tunes sung with the zeal of a rocker.Read more ›
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