- Audio CD (October 28, 2008)
- Parental Advisory ed. edition
- Original Release Date: October 28, 2008
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Sony Legacy
- Run Time: 45 minutes
- ASIN: B001F0VHEM
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (490 customer reviews)
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Funhouse Pink Explicit Lyrics
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Explicit Version. P!nk comes right on time in 2008 with her highly anticipated and provocatively personal Funhouse album, addressing both her public and private persona, as only P!nk can. Teaming once again with hitmakers Max Martin, Billy Mann, and others, P!nk is poised to leave another memorable mark worldwide! Since her debut in 2000, P!nk (Alecia Moore) has been widely hailed as a fearlessly talented singer, songwriter and the Pennsylvania native's genre-defying creative risk-taking has propelled her to global stardom. To date, the chanteuse has sold 22 million albums cumulatively worldwide. 12 tracks.
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Cons: I swallowed my pride
When P!nk first appeared inside my consciousness almost 10 years ago, she immediately personified the kind of person I enjoy avoiding in my life. A tattooed-partying, possibly diseased, hardcore b*tch is my natural adversary. It was even easy to dislike her music. I could care less about Let's Get the Party Started, or Linda Perry who wrote the song. Perry was one of the female pop stars I avoided from the decade before when she fronted 4 Non Blondes. For me, Perry empowered my then girlfriend's pot-smoking ways, one of the many reasons why we split and are now married to other fine people. So, skip ahead and here comes the Summer of 2009, and there's a song on the radio station I listed to in the morning here in NYC that loves to play. Please Don't Leave Me is obviously P!nk, so I easily dismiss it as her usual trash...for a while anyway. Soon I found myself singing along with the catchy melody. This evolved into me loving the odd lyrics. This evolved into me become very obsessed with P!nk and this song. Who knew? It turns out that P!nk is an onion - there are many layers to her person, her music and her appeal. And I love most of them.
So one night in Target, I went and bought her Funhouse CD, along with the Funhouse Tour CD/DVD. I was kind of surprised at how many songs I was already familiar with. The first song So What kind of falls into the Lets Get the Party Started category. Rock and roll music turned up to 11 with a hand-clapping beat with lyrics about how much P!nk would like to get into a fight with anybody that looks at her wrong. Without getting into the lyrics deeper, you wouldn't realize that the lyrics are actually empowering to females who might be in a strained relationship despite the fact that they could only really be applied to P!nk personally. She sings about being rich, a rock star, losing tables to Jessica Simpson in fancy relationships and so on, yet there's something to take away from it as well.
Another song I was familiar with was Sober, maybe from the time she performed it so memorably from the heights of a trapeze at the 2009 MTV Music Awards show. A bluesy power ballad with the story of trying to find former sober self who she hasn't seen in a while since she's kept herself high on some drug for some time. ♫"I'm safe up high, nothing can touch me/..but how do I feel this good sober?"♫ Tony Kanal is on bass on this track. He's from No Doubt, and one of the best bass players around. I kind of scoffed when I learned that the name of this song was Sober, because I thought for sure that it couldn't be as good as Kelly Clarkson's amazing song of the same title...I was wrong again.
That was it for the songs that I was somewhat familiar with. Yet there are plenty more quality tunes to ingest here. The gentle ballad I Don't Believe You is a rare glimpse into the fragile and vulnerable state that even the tougher-than-leather P!nk possesses. One Foot Wrong is a slow and sexy R&B track that showcases P!nk's vocal chops. My favorite songs besides Please Don't Leave Me are Bad Influence and the title track Funhouse. I'm not sure if Bad Influence was released as a single here in the States as of yet, but it should be. It builds on the funhouse theme with the carnival organ sounding in the background. The song Funhouse once again has Tony Kanal on bass, and on songwriting duties. It's easy to imagine No Doubt performing this song as it has some of No Doubt's signature similarities. She breifly visits the musical styles of the 1960s with Mean, a song that sounds like an obvious nod to fallen rock star Janis Joplin. The fast-paced It's All Your Fault casts P!nk in an even more vulnerable light as she contemplates suicide over a lost love.
All of the songs contain lyrics from a personal point of view, I am guessing that since P!nk has a writing credit on every song that she is writing all or most of the lyrics. I cannot really compare this latest release with her few previous ones since I am not familiar enough with them, but with the number of singles released from Funhouse, it would seem that P!nk music has become more easily digestable, slightly more mainstream and new fodder for future contestants on American Idol. I am not one shy away from admitting when I am wrong, and so I am saying that I was possibly completely wrong about P!nk. I still feel a strong dislike for her image, but I am now forever a fan.
Record Label: LaFace
Rating: 5 stars
1. So What
3. I Don't Believe You
4. One Foot Wrong
5. Please Don't Leave Me
6. Bad Influence
8. Crystal Ball
10. It's All Your Fault
11. Ave Mary A
12. Glitter In the Air
She is so many things at once, & a mom & a Trixter to.
She's a Airial acrobatic Divalicious wise arse!
What more need be said
Other then the woman can entertain & be a wicked blonde Betty Boop to.
Only this tricky Diva can sing, dance & so much more.
I Love this woman Diva she never disappoints & she's no stupid gal.
-BB Giggles!! Ya Love Pink u should have this album already,
what?! Stupid girl!