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Editors’ Notes

Some of the rockers on P!nk's fourth album — "Long Way to Happy," "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)" — suggest '80s pop tuff-girl Pat Benatar as a major influence. But Benatar's sneer never projected (or covered for) anything as complex as P!nk's does. This woman hasn't lost pride in her working-class roots, whether interrogating George W. Bush in a song he'll never hear ("Dear Mr. President") or bragging to a wannabe that "I could fit your whole house in my swimming pool." It's a point of pride that she's got money, but she'll still go out of her way to remember her unhappy 13-year-old self. She sings to the younger P!nk over a sweeping orchestral ballad that points to the try-anything sonic adventurousness her producers seem glad to encourage, and pushing it even further, adds a simply strummed lament written by and performed with her Vietnam-vet dad. It's all true to her, as are club-ready tracks such as "Fingers" — a companion song to Cyndi Lauper's "She Bop."

Customer Reviews

music = art = EXPRESSION

To those of you who found any of these songs offensives, I ask you to keep in mind that music writers are ARTISTS, and artists have the right to EXPRESSION. Why shouldn't P!nk use her popularity and/or stature to promote her ideas and beliefs? Musicians aren't like lawyers or business workers, they don't live under a set of company rules, if fact, they are specifically Paid to write and perform things that they feel strongly about. You can't just tell someone to shut up and write a million innocent, pretty melodies with harmless, unbiased lyrics. That's boring! If you don't believe in what her song says, then don't listen to it. But don't shun her as an artist just because she believes something different.

Finally the truth about the pres!!!

I think it is great that she uses her popularity to let people know how things really are

P!nk's NO Stupid Girl!

Who Knew is a sensitive, smart, great song. Stupid Girls is downright fun! Great album.


Born: September 8, 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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