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P!nk: The Color of the Music Industry (Thread I)

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Alecia Beth Moore (born September 8, 1979), who performs under the stage name Pink, or P!nk, is a two-time Grammy-winning American actress and singer-songwriter who gained prominence in 2000 and has had continued success around the world. She released her first single "There You Go" and first album, the R&B-oriented Can't Take Me Home, in 2000 via LaFace Records, which garnered commercial success.

Her more pop rock-oriented second studio album, Missundaztood, was released in 2001 and is her biggest seller to date. Featuring the hits "Get The Party Started," "Just Like a Pill," and "Don't Let Me Get Me," it began a marked shift in the sound of her music. Pink soon followed up with her third album, Try This. It was met with disappointing sales upon its release in November 2003[2], although critically the album received mostly positive praise.[3] After a brief break from music, Pink returned in April 2006 with her fourth album, I'm Not Dead.

Initially upon its release I'm Not Dead, like her previous album, critically received mostly good reviews[4], but quickly fell off the charts. With a general decline in commercial sales of her albums since Missundaztood, especially in her native United States, it appeared as though Pink was headed for cult status. Pink's career was revived in 2007 when the success of "U + Ur Hand" and "Who Knew" caused a resurgence of commercial success of I'm Not Dead.[5]

Her fifth album, Funhouse was released in late October 2008 and was preceded by her first solo number one on the Hot 100, "So What".[6] Since its release in October, Funhouse has been certified platinum in the U.S. and sold over 3.5 million worldwide.[7] The second single from the album, "Sober" has also become a U.S. Top 20 hit, peaking at number 15 on the Hot 100[8] making Funhouse Pink's first album since Missundaztood to have its first two successive singles peak in the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100. The third single off the album is Please Don't Leave Me. To date, Pink has sold over 30 million albums worldwide.



  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Can't Take Me Home


    is the debut album by American pop singer Pink, released in the United States on April 4, 2000 by LaFace Records. It produced three singles ("There You Go", "Most Girls", and "You Make Me Sick") and peaked at number twenty-six on the U.S. Billboard 200. As of July 2006, it had sold 2.4 million copies in the U.S. according to Nielsen SoundScan.[1] Producers included Kevin "She'kspere" Briggs, Babyface, Kandi Burruss, Terence "Tramp Baby" Abney, Daryl Simmons, and Tricky. This album was her only one to be classified R&B, as she wanted to be herself on her next album with a rock-orientated sound.[citation needed]

    The song "Split Personality" is featured in the 2001 film The Princess Diaries.

    1. "Split Personality" (Terence "Tramp Baby" Abney, Babyface, A. Moore) – 4:01
    2. "Hell wit Ya" (Kevin "Shekspere" Briggs, Kandi Burruss, D. Green, Moore) – 2:58
    3. "Most Girls" (Babyface, D. Thomas) – 4:59
    4. "There You Go" (Briggs, Burruss, Moore) – 3:23
    5. "You Make Me Sick" (B. Dimilo, Anthony President, M. Tabb) – 4:08
    6. "Let Me Let You Know" (N. Creque, S. Hall, C. Stewart, R. Thicke) – 4:45
    7. "Love Is Such a Crazy Thing" (J. Boyd, D. Jones, M. Keith, L. Maxwell, Q. Parker, M. Scandrick, C. Sills) – 5:14
    8. "Private Show" (K. Karlin, A. Martin, I. Matias, C. Schack, L. Schack) – 4:15
    9. "Can't Take Me Home" (Steve "Rhythm" Clarke, Moore) – 3:39
    10. "Stop Falling" (W. Baker, Moore, P. Woodruff) – 5:51
    11. "Do What U Do" (J. Hollins, E. Lewis, K. Prather, M. Sinclair) – 3:58
    12. "Hiccup" (D. Avant, Steve "Rhythm" Clarke, Moore) – 3:32
    13. "Is It Love" (Steve "Rhythm" Clarke, Moore, A. Phillips) – 3:38

    Special UK edition

    14. "There You Go" (Sovereign Mix) – 6:20
    15. "Most Girls" (X-Men Vocal Mix) – 4:51
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐


    is the second album by pop singer Pink, released in 2001 (see 2001 in music). It was a large success worldwide and produced the hit singles "Get the Party Started", "Don't Let Me Get Me", "Just like a Pill" and "Family Portrait".

    The album has sold 16 million copies worldwide.


    1. "M!ssundaztood" (Linda Perry, Pink) – 3:36
    2. "Don't Let Me Get Me" (Dallas Austin, Pink) – 3:31
    3. "Just like a Pill" (Austin, Pink) – 3:57
    4. "Get the Party Started" (Perry) – 3:11
    5. "Respect" (Perry, Pink) featuring Scratch – 3:25
    6. "18 Wheeler" (Austin, Pink) – 3:44
    7. "Family Portrait" (Pink, Scott Storch) – 4:56
    8. "Misery" (Richie Supa) featuring Steven Tyler – 4:33
    9. "Dear Diary" (Perry, Pink) – 3:29
    10. "Eventually" (Perry, Pink) – 3:34
    11. "Lonely Girl" (Perry) featuring Linda Perry – 4:21
    12. "Numb" (Austin, Pink) – 3:06
    13. "Gone to California" (Perry, Pink) – 4:34
    14. "My Vietnam" (Perry, Pink) – 5:19


    1. "Get the Party Started" – 3:11
    2. "18 Wheeler" – 3:44
    3. "M!ssundaztood" – 3:36
    4. "Dear Diary" – 3:29
    5. "Eventually" – 3:34
    6. "Numb" – 3:06
    7. "Just like a Pill" – 3:57
    8. "Family Portrait" – 4:56
    9. "Misery" featuring Steven Tyler – 4:33
    10. "Respect" featuring Scratch – 3:25
    11. "Don't Let Me Get Me" – 3:31
    12. "Gone to California" – 4:34
    13. "Lonely Girl" featuring Linda Perry – 4:21
    14. "My Vietnam" – 5:19
    15. "Catch-22" bonus track – 3:50


    1. "Family Portrait" music video
    2. "Don't Let Me Get Me" music video
    3. "Numb" live performance at La Scala
    4. "Family Portrait" live performance at La Scala

    * Three different versions of Missundaztood were made: the original, the limited edition (including a bonus DVD) and a third version with an extra track, "Catch-22". The length of the original was 55:20.
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Try This


    is the third album by pop singer Pink, released on November 11, 2003 (see 2003 in music). It features the singles "Trouble", "God Is a DJ" and "Last to Know", and is her first album to feature a Parental Advisory warning. Pink's lowest selling album to date, Try This has sold 800,000 copies in the U.S. and 3 million worldwide. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA with one million units shipped in the U.S.

    Track listing


    1. "Trouble" (Tim Armstrong, Pink) – 3:13
    2. "God Is a DJ" (billymann, Jonathan Davis, Pink) – 3:46
    3. "Last to Know" (Armstrong, Pink) – 4:03
    4. "Tonight's the Night" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:56
    5. "Oh My God" (featuring Peaches) (Armstrong, Merrill Nisker, Pink) – 3:44
    6. "Catch Me While I'm Sleeping" (Linda Perry, Pink) – 5:03
    7. "Waiting for Love" (Paul Ill, Brian MacLeod, Perry, Pink, Eric Schermerhorn) – 5:28
    8. "Save My Life" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:16
    9. "Try Too Hard" (Perry, Pink) – 3:14
    10. "Humble Neighborhoods" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:52
    11. "Walk Away" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:39
    12. "Unwind" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:14
    13. "Love Song" (Damon Elliott, Pink) – 2:29 / "Hooker" (hidden track after 30 sec. of silence) – 3:04

    NOTE: "Hooker" is only available on the explicit version of the album.


    1. "Trouble" (Tim Armstrong, Pink) – 3:13
    2. "God Is a DJ" (billymann, Jonathan Davis, Pink) – 3:46
    3. "Last to Know" (Armstrong, Pink) – 4:03
    4. "Tonight's the Night" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:56
    5. "Oh My God" (featuring Peaches) (Armstrong, Merrill Nisker, Pink) – 3:44
    6. "Catch Me While I'm Sleeping" (Linda Perry, Pink) – 5:03
    7. "Waiting for Love" (Paul Ill, Brian MacLeod, Perry, Pink, Eric Schermerhorn) – 5:28
    8. "Save My Life" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:16
    9. "Try Too Hard" (Perry, Pink) – 3:14
    10. "Humble Neighborhoods" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:52
    11. "Walk Away" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:39
    12. "Unwind" (Armstrong, Pink) – 3:14
    13. "Feel Good Time" (William Orbit, Beck) – 3:58
    14. "Love Song" (Damon Elliott, Pink) – 2:29
    15. "Hooker" (no silence between the previous track and the hidden track in UK edition) – 3:04


    * "Feel Good Time" (William Orbit, Beck) – 3:58 (non-U.S. bonus track)
    * "Free" (Japan)
    * "Delirium" (Japan)
    * Note: "Free" and "Delirium" also appear as b-sides of the Trouble single.
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    I'm Not Dead


    is the fourth album by pop singer Pink, released in North America on April 4, 2006 (see 2006 in music); it was released a day earlier in most other territories. Pink worked with producers and songwriters Billy Mann, Josh Abraham, Max Martin, Luke Gottwald, Butch Walker and Mike Elizondo. The tracks range from the intrinsically personal to political. The album was originally titled Long Way to Happy, after the song of the same name, but Pink changed her mind because she thought I'm Not Dead made a stronger statement that this was a comeback album.

    The album yielded seven singles including the head-turning lead single "Stupid Girls" which became a top 5 single in the UK and Australia and a top 20 single in the United States [1]. The album's second single, "Who Knew", became a top 10 single in the United States peaking at 9 [2]. The song, and the album's third single "U + Ur Hand" are credited for re-energizing the sales of the I'm Not Dead in the United States. [3]. Songs like "Nobody Knows", "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)", "Dear Mr. President" and "'Cuz I Can" followed the success of the first three singles and became popular songs, without any remarkable chart performance.

    I'm Not Dead has sold, so far more than 6 million records worldwide and went 9x Platinum in Australia with more than 630,000 units sold. Also, it received a Platinum certification from RIAA as it has sold more than 1.3 million copies.

    Track listing

    1. "Stupid Girls" (Pink, Billy Mann, Robin Mortensen Lynch) – 3:17
    2. "Who Knew" (Pink, Max Martin, Lukasz Gottwald) – 3:28
    3. "Long Way to Happy" (Pink, Butch Walker) – 3:49
    4. "Nobody Knows" (Mann, Pink) – 3:59
    5. "Dear Mr. President" (Pink, Mann) featuring Indigo Girls – 4:33
    6. "I'm Not Dead" (Pink, Mann) – 3:46
    7. "'Cuz I Can" (Pink, Martin, Gottwald) – 3:43
    8. "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)" (Pink, Walker) – 3:18
    9. "U + Ur Hand" (Pink, Martin, Gottwald, Rami) – 3:34
    10. "Runaway" (Pink, Mann) – 4:23
    11. "The One That Got Away" (Pink, Mann) – 4:42
    12. "I Got Money Now" (Pink, Mike Elizondo) – 3:55
    13. "Conversations with My 13 Year Old Self" (Pink, Mann) – 3:50
    14. "I Have Seen the Rain" (featuring James T. Moore) – 3:29 (hidden track, 30 seconds after bonus tracks if any)
    15. "Heartbreaker" (US Platinum Also b-side to "Stupid Girls" single)
    16. "Centerfold" (Pink, Greg Kurstin, Cathy Dennis) – 3:20 (UK bonus track and US Platinum Edition)
    17. "Fingers" (Pink, Mann, Christopher Rojas) – 4:13 (US Platinum Edition and Australian Tour Edition)
    18. "U + Ur Hand" (Bimbo Jones remix) (US Platinum Edition Bonus)

    Other Bonus tracks

    * "Who Knew" (Bimbo Jones radio edit) (Australian Tour Edition bonus)
    * "U + Ur Hand" (Beatcult remix) (Australian Tour Edition Bonus)

    Single B-sides

    * "Heartbreaker" ("Stupid Girls")
    * "Disconnected" ("Who Knew")
    * "Crash & Burn" ("U + Ur Hand")
    * "Words" ("Nobody Knows")
    Bonus DVD features

    DualDisc DVD side

    1. Entire Album in 5.1 Surround Sound & Enhanced Stereo
    2. Preview of the Live in Europe Concert DVD
    3. Interview with Pink
    4. Pink Presents: The Stupid Girls
    5. "Stupid Girls" music video
    6. "Stupid Girls" outtakes & bonus photos

    Australian Tour Edition - Bonus DVD

    1. "Stupid Girls" – video
    2. "Who Knew" – video
    3. "U + Ur Hand" – video
    4. "Nobody Knows" – video
    5. "Dear Mr. President" – live video
    6. "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)" – live video
    7. "Stupid Girls" – making the video
    8. "U + Ur Hand" – making the video

    U.S. Platinum Edition - Bonus DVD

    1. "Stupid Girls" – making the video
    2. "Stupid Girls" – video
    3. "U + Ur Hand" – making the video
    4. "U + Ur Hand" – video
    5. "Who Knew" – video
    6. "Nobody Knows" – video
    7. "U + Ur Hand" (live from Wembley Arena London, England)
    8. "Who Knew" (live from Wembley Arena London, England)
    9. "Dear Mr. President" – video
    10. "Just like a Pill" (live from Wembley Arena London, England)
    11. "Dear Mr. President" (in-studio performance) featuring Indigo Girls
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐


    is the fifth studio album by American pop singer P!nk, released by LaFace Records worldwide in October, 2008.[1] Upon its release, the album has reached number one on the charts in Australia, New Zealand and United Kingdom, while debuting at number two in Germany, Ireland, France and United States.[2]

    The album's lead single, "So What", has been the biggest solo success of P!nk's career to date, topping the charts in eleven countries so far, including her native United States, the UK, Germany and in Australia, and reaching the top 5 in many others.[3] The Album also spawned hit single "Sober" which reached the top 20 in almost 20 countries [4] including the United States [5], Canada[6] and many others. The album's third single has been confirmed to be "Please Don't Leave Me", after the leak of its music video and cover art [7].

    The album's original title was Heartbreak Is A Mother****er[8],which is due to the fact that the album speaks openly about P!nk's divorce from her ex-husband, motocross Carey Hart. However, the title was changed to avoid public reactions that may cause a decrease in the sales.

    1. "So What"
    2. "Sober"
    3. "I Don't Believe You"
    4. "One Foot Wrong"
    5. "Please Don't Leave Me"
    6. "Bad Influence"
    7. "Funhouse"
    8. "Crystal Ball"
    9. "Mean"
    10. "It's All Your Fault"
    11. "Ave Mary A"
    12. "Glitter In The Air"

    Bonus tracks

    * "This Is How It Goes Down" (feat. Travis McCoy) (UK Track 13; US iTunes pre-order) — 3:21
    * "Could've Had Everything" (Pink, Eg White) (non-US track; US iTunes Deluxe bonus; b-side to "So What") — 3:07
    * "Why Did I Ever Like You" (Pink, Greg Wells) (UK iTunes standard; US iTunes Deluxe bonus) — 3:22
    * "Boring" (Pink, Martin, Shellback) (UK Track 14 and Japan bonus) — 3:15
    * "So What" (Video) (UK Track 15 and Japan; Australian and US iTunes Deluxe bonus)

    Steelbox Deluxe Edition[21]

    * Released in a Steelbox and comes with a T-Shirt


    * "Could've Had Everything" ("So What" B-Side and Australian iTunes (Deluxe) & US iTunes (Deluxe) bonus track)
    * "When We're Through" ("Sober" B-Side)
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    New US Tour Dates Announced
    APRIL 23, 2009, 4:15 pm

    P!nk’s Funhouse tour has swept across the globe, breaking attendance records and gathering RAVE reviews all along the way, including over 50 sold out shows in Australia alone!

    Now P!nk brings her Funhouse to select US markets!

    Part rock show, part club night, part cabaret, part Cirque Du Soleil, the Funhouse tour has to be seen to be believed!
  • thanks Marlo For Making This Thread! I Love P!nk!
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ^ woot...la lang...late last year ko lang nagustuhan si pink e...hehe..magaganda kasi mga songs nya tas yung mga videos nya e yung iba may pagkacomedy..kaya *okay*
  • I super love her new song (and video) Please Don't Leave Me. :handsdown: Super sincere ng pagka-kanta. :handsdown:
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ^ hehe....*okay* ako din e..kanina ko lang napanuod..and nagustuhan ko na agad..ang ganda kasi ng kwento..(kwawa lang yung guy) :glee:
  • I love Please Don't Leave Me and Who Knew!*okay*:love::)
  • Please dont leave me rocks!!
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐



    so gorgeous :love:
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Please Don't Leave Me Official Video:


    yikes...the ending is so funny *okay* i like it!
  • Pappadeaux wrote: »
    I love Please Don't Leave Me and Who Knew!*okay*:love::)

    same here:) i love that song! that's the best track ever from P!nk:)
  • marlo9999999999marlo9999999999 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    woot..i just watch the I'm Not Dead Tour...

    wow....galing *okay*

    galing ni pink na mag acrobats...

    yikes *okay*

    e2 yung isang part:

    galing galing....
  • nagdagdag ba si pink ng dates ng tour nia?
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