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While detractors may grouse that Pink's third album doesn't have a dance floor anthem on it like the incendiary "Get The Party Started" from 2001's Missundaztood, some prefer their Pink straight up and damn the paper drink umbrellas and crepe paper. She's at her very best raiding her own troubled autobiography for inspiration, spitting out vituperrious vocal epitaphs like seeds from a ripe watermelon instead of the angst-ridden confessional romp she took through Missundaztood. Maybe she's worked all that out on a psychiatrist's couch, because this time out her anger is much more arch and entertaining; likely due to her pairing with Rancid's Tim Armstrong, who co-wrote and produced most of the disc and certainly knows the value of turning rage into a well-crafted musical punch line. As unlikely as the collaboration looked on paper, it works perfectly because the Pennsylvania native has always brandished a punk sneer beneath the corsets, gaudy hair color, and naughty girl demeanor. Armstrong and his Rancid cohorts (Lars Frederiksen and Matt Freeman) inject feral rock action into the disc with their truncated guitar sounds and trash can drumming and provide a perfect foil for Pink's foul-mouth rants and backstage laments like "Last To Know." But Pink hasn't shaved her spiky coiffure into a Mohawk. She still smolders on a soulful ballad like "Catch Me While I'm Sleeping" or trades vitriol with raps' redoubtable sex kitten, Peaches. --Jaan Uhelszki

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Trouble
  2. God Is a DJ
  3. Last to Know
  4. Tonight's the Night
  5. Oh My God - P!nk feat. Peaches
  6. Catch Me While I'm Sleeping
  7. Waiting for Love
  8. Save My Life
  9. Try Too Hard
  10. Humble Neighborhoods
  11. Walk Away
  12. Unwind
  13. Love Song


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 11, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: November 11, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 52 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000CAQ26
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (267 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,327 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on December 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
How do you follow an album that had four top five singles? How do you follow an album that sold twelve million copies world-wide? Let's admit it people- Pink's latest album, "M!ssundaztood" was such a huge sucess that it would be hard to expect too much of "Try This". I didn't, and I must say I was pleasently surprised. This album is an in your face, kick [..] album- just like Miss. Pink herself.
1. Trouble- This is a great song- maybe not the best choice for first single, but a great kick-off for the album. The bridge sounds sort of 60's though- it's good but doesn't seem to fit the beat of the rest of the song. The video is the best video I've seen in a long time. "Trouble" is a stiff at radio, but first singles aren't always an indication of how the album will do. For example, Christina Aguilera's "Stripped" is being reported as one of the top five best selling albums of 2003, but the catchy first single "Dirrty" was a huge flop. Grade- A.
2. God Is A DJ- This is a standout track. It's the second single, though it should have been the first. Off the wall chorus, and funny lines such as "I've been the girl- middle finger in the air" and "God wants you to get on the floor and shake that a**" lol. Grade- A+.
3. Last to Know- Very good, though is sort of a song that you would expect from Pink- very ordinary. The chorus gets stuck in my head all the time. This might be the third single but I hope it isn't. Grade- A- because it's still great.
4. Tonight's the Night- the sequal to "Get the Party Started" but a heck of a lot better. The line "Gotta get the h*** outa Hollywood cause every day here's halloween" is so true. Wonderful music. Grade- A.
5. Oh My God ft.
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I bought this album yesterday and let me assure you, it rocks!!! "Try This" goes one better than her breakout hit, "Mizunderstood", by cranking up the energy and offering an eclectic mix of songs. This is the kind of album that will make you want to drive down the streets in a convertible with the top down and a sweet moon howling above you! The beats and riffs are fast and catchy as Pink veers effortlessly between pop and rock. My stand out favorite tracks (though I love them all) are #3, "Last to Know": An in your face snarling anthem that will want to make you pump your fist in the air and shout, "Yeah!" [ #5: Is a deliscously sexy romp with underground star Peaches, # 10: Humble Neighborhoods has the best chorus since Pink Floyds "We don't need no education" and the hidden track "Hooker" is nothing less than awesome (and honestly, all of the tracks are great). This is one of those few albums that warrants spinning in your CD changer repeatedly without having to push the skip button. Pink continues to burst genre barriers and offer the world a fresh voice as she shreds pop's current paper poser dolls, Hillary Duff, Jessica Simpson's et all in her path. With "Try This", her third album, Pink definitively proves that she has the vision, the voice and the courage to be a trailblazer and that she is here to stay. Pink is charting a bold course through the wake of past pop visionaries like Deborah Harry and Madonna. She has earned the exclamation point in her name and then some!!!!! "Try This" album----you're gonna love it!
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By A Customer on December 6, 2003
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How do you follow an album that had four top five singles? How do you follow an album that sold twelve million copies world-wide? Let's admit it people- Pink's latest album, "M!ssundaztood" was such a huge sucess that it would be hard to expect too much of "Try This". I didn't, and I must say I was pleasently surprised. This album is an in your face, kick [..] album- just like Miss. Pink herself.
1. Trouble- This is a great song- maybe not the best choice for first single, but a great kick-off for the album. The bridge sounds sort of 60's though- it's good but doesn't seem to fit the beat of the rest of the song. The video is the best video I've seen in a long time. "Trouble" is a stiff at radio, but first singles aren't always an indication of how the album will do. For example, Christina Aguilera's "Stripped" is being reported as one of the top five best selling albums of 2003, but the catchy first single "Dirrty" was a huge flop. Grade- A.
2. God Is A DJ- This is a standout track. It's the second single, though it should have been the first. Off the wall chorus, and funny lines such as "I've been the girl- middle finger in the air" and "God wants you to get on the floor and shake that a**" lol. Grade- A+.
3. Last to Know- Very good, though is sort of a song that you would expect from Pink- very ordinary. The chorus gets stuck in my head all the time. This might be the third single but I hope it isn't. Grade- A- because it's still great.
4. Tonight's the Night- the sequal to "Get the Party Started" but a heck of a lot better. The line "Gotta get the h*** outa Hollywood cause every day here's halloween" is so true. Wonderful music. Grade- A.
5. Oh My God ft.
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