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  • Audio CD (November 20, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: La Face
  • ASIN: B00005RFAI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (594 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,581 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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There's a rule in commercial pop: don't bite the hand that feeds you. Translation? If you're getting love on TRL, it's best leaving well enough alone and tinkering only slightly with the sound that pays your bills. So you have to give Pink a whole heap of credit. The Philly-raised songbird may have made her rep with infectious and rugged pop-R&B hits like "There You Go" and the remake of "Lady Marmalade," but like the fuchsia coif she once sported, that sound is gone. In its place is a more driving alt-rock attack, liberally laced with some late-night blues and heartfelt lyrics that, while they sometimes come off like diary entries (the simplistic bon mot "Your pain is painful" in "Family Portrait"), are clearly Pink's thoughts, as opposed to words someone put in her mouth. Helping Pink express her inner Alanis are Dallas Austin, who produced the insistent rocker "18 Wheeler," and former 4 Non Blonde Linda Perry, who Pink has resurrected from one-hit-wonder status. Mixing up thumping beats, ("Get the Party Started"), with folksy confessionals, Pink's potent vocals and her honest determination make this a risk worth hearing. --Amy Linden

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The song, itself, is great--very catchy.
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This album is for people whom have a deeper understanding of what music is really all about (other than the simple-minded ideals of artist's like Britney spears).
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I bought her CD and fell in love with song after song.
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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 20, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Okay, I admit it...I'm thirty-something, and I REALLY like Pink's music. I mean, let's face it, her voice is wonderful! I loved most of the songs on "Can't Take Me Home", and I even love more of the songs on "Missundaztood". My favorites on this cd are "Don't Let Me Get Me", "Just Like A Pill", "18 Wheeler", "Misery", "Dear Diary", "Lonely Girl", "Numb", and "My Vietnam"...ohhh forgedda 'bout it, ALL the songs on this cd are good! Of course, I was awakened by the poignant lyrics in the song "Family Portrait" which I have to say, I admire Pink for singing and putting on this cd. It's sad, brutally honest, and every parent in this world should listen to these lyrics as if they were sung by their own child. But thankfully, that's the only song on here that makes me want to cry inside. The rest are bluesy, jazzy, rock/pop sensations that just make you want to listen to them over, and over, and over, and over. Get the point?! Go ahead, buy this cd, you will not be sorry you added it to your collecion. And to Pink, if you ever read this - Keep up the good work girl! (and take care of that voice of yours, it's Golden!)
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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Well I'm so glad I bought this and really can't skip a single song. I had heard "GET THIS PARTY STARTED" and fell in love. Pink's new album is even better than her first one last year. I recommend this to anybody looking for some good tunes full of passionate lyrics.
1. M!SSUNDAZTOOD - I love this song, very catchy and upbeat. Love the end skit. 4 stars out of 5
2. DON'T LET ME GET ME - Very rockish, with a electric guitar and very strong vocals that stand out. 4 stars out of 5
3. JUST LIKE A PILL - OMG I love this song!!! Nice opening. 5 stars out of 5
4. GET THIS PARTY STARTED - Sooooo catchy! Anybody who can't get pumped up with this must be dead. I'm lovin the electronica and hip-hop mix, kinda Madonna ish. 5 out of 5
5. RESPECT (FEAT. SCRATCH) - Wow Pink pulls off another great dance song, with a awesome beat and incredible messege! It samples the "R-e-s-p-e-c-t" chorus of Aretha Franklin's 60's hit. 4 out of 5
6. 18 WHEELER - Your upbeat rock-pop. Love the guitar. 4 out of 5
7. FAMILY PORTRAIT - This is a niiice song. It has a rap feel, but not too much. Sad, sad, lyrics that make you think about divorce & broken homes. 5 out of 5
8. MISERY (FEAT. STEVEN TYLER) - They sound soooo good together!!!! I couldn't believe, its' like they should have recorded from the start! 5 out of 5
9. DEAR DIARY - Kind of reminds me of Fiona Apple's 1997 hit "Criminal." Love the hypnotic beat. 5 out of 5
10. EVENTUALLY - A slow paced ballad with strings. Its about revenge on people who try to use Pink and turn their back on her. 4 out of 5
11. LONELY GIRL - Nice rock song. The most classical rock song, as it has a Beatles 60's era sound to it. 4 out of 5
12. NUMB - Hard femme rock at its best. Love it.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Alejandra Vernon HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I've liked Pink since I first saw her in that terrific video with the motorcycle, and I think she's quite a talent.
Her performances always capture my attention, she has a growing gift for songwriting, a unique singing style, and I just love that little wobble in her voice.
This CD has its ups and downs...I can live without the first 3 tracks, but it also has some exceptional ones.
With "Get the Party Started" and "Respect", Pink is at her brassy-sassy best, and "Misery", a duet with Steven Tyler, is a down home bluesy number that really works well.
The gems on this CD to my ears are "Family Portrait" (writen by Pink and Scott Storch), which is a really moving piece that I don't think could be sung better by anybody, I like "Eventually" (written by Pink and Linda Perry) more with each hearing (nice lyrics), and "Gone to California" (Pink and Perry again) is great. Her phrasing on this song is superb, and there's the added bonus of a jazzy A-1 sax solo by Jimmy Z, and David Siegel on organ adds a lot to it too.
These three songs are some of the slower ones on this CD, and show a lot of artistry. Out of the current crop of young singers, I wouldn't be surprised if Pink is the one we'll be listening to 10 years from now.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By "beautifulstranger3288" on June 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I've read several reviews here that made me laugh. People who take every lyric literally should not buy this album. If you buy the album solely to hear "Get the Party Started" you may be disappointed. This is not a Britney/Nsync catchy pop album to choreograph dance routines to! It is, however, an indepth look into the soul of an artist that isn't afraid to be herself. Pink takes the road less traveled with this album. Unlike "Get the Party Started, most of the songs are deeply introspective. "Just Like A Pill", one of my faves on the album, is lyrically outstanding and one of the best songs I've heard in a long time. ... Although Pink attempts to express herself in Missundaztood, she is not vulgar or crude. Other ultrahighlights(since the entire album is a highlight) include the anti-conformist "Don't let me get me", "Family Portrait",and the Steven Tyler-Pink duet "Misery". Although I loved Pink's last album, I would have to say that this is a step forward for her. I recommend picking up a copy of Missundaztood. It is light years away from the ... manufactured pop albums released in the past few years.
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