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It comes as no shock that a post-divorce P!nk would be out for vengeance on 2008’s Funhouse, her first album since her breakup with bike racer Carey Hart. Fans eager to hear her dish the dirt will gobble up tracks like “So What” and “It’s All Your Fault”, savoring each defiant line. But what’s surprising is the amount of vulnerability and regret P!nk displays in these tracks. She invites comparisons with Jewel and the softer side of Gwen Stefani on the sorrowful “I Don’t Believe You” and the subdued “Crystal Ball”. Somewhere in between the album’s brassy anthems and sensitive ruminations are the bluesy, angst-ridden “Mean” and the sultry, slippery “One Foot Wrong”. An assortment of producers (including reliable popmeister Max Martin) help P!nk explore a range of sounds, including ’60-esque teen pop (“Please Don’t Leave Me”), Nile Rodgers-style funk (the title tune), and elegant torch balladry (“Glitter In the Air”). True, a P!nk aficionado might want a few more hellacious numbers à la “Trouble” or “U+Ur Hand”. But keeping the bitterness quotient low makes Funhouse ultimately a more satisfying ride.

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Just Amazing!

After I'm Not Dead I had high expectations for this album, and I wasn't disappointed. I'm just in love! Check out "Bad Influence" and "This Is How It Goes Down" if you love a good beat. And "It's All Your Fault" and "Sober" for a more mellow sound. Five stars all the way!

brilliant

another fantastic album from lady delish herself. keep the albums comin i'll keep buyin. 10 out of 10, great tracks all way through this album

Amazing Album!!!

I was a little cautious about buying this to start with, due to some reviews stating that the album's a little samey and boring. However, upon buying it, I realised that it's one of the best albums I've heard for quite a while! Upon the first listen, I liked it, but was still a little dubious, but after several listens, all the songs really started to grow on me, and I grew to love the album. A really good mixture of songs, all sung brilliantly. So What - 10/10 - It's just so catchy, and has such a good beat Sober - 10/10 - This is going to released as her second single, and I see why. Very catchy I Don't Believe You - 10/10 - Beautiful, and very heartfelt One Foot Wrong - 8.5/10 - Again, very catchy and whilst not as good as some others, still a good buy Please Don't Leave Me - 9/10 - Another slower song, but very nice tune, and good lyrics Bad Influence - 10/10 - Absolutely love it! Possibly my favourite song... Funhouse - 9.5/10 - Very catchy, and you've got to love the countdown. The chorus makes me laugh... Crystal Ball - 7/10 - The only song that hasn't really caught on for me yet... A good song, it's just that I find it a little dull Mean - 8.5/10 - A good song: another slower one. It's All Your Fault - 9/10 - A great song. Catchy chorus. Ave Mary A - 9/10 - Good tune and nice lyrics. Glitter In The Air - 8.5/10 - A sweet little song This Is How It Goes Down - 10/10 - I love this song! A wonderfully catchy chorus: definitely one of my favourites So I would definitely recommend buying this album: it's certainly worth the money. One of the rare albums that I can listen to without skipping past any tracks. Buy it! :D

Biography

Born: 08 September 1979 in Doylestown, PA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although initially viewed as another face in the late-'90s crowd of teen pop acts, Pink (professionally known as P!nk) quickly transcended and outgrew that label with her combination of pop songcraft and powerhouse, rock-influenced vocals. Born Alecia Moore on September 8, 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, P!nk received her nickname as a child, years before she dyed her hair accordingly. She grew up in a musical family and was a regular on the Philadelphia club scene by the age of 13, first as a...
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