Thursday, September 20, 2012

Review - The Truth About Love

Oh it's like Christmas in my world!  Pink's finally out with an album filled with new content!  The Truth About Love is Pink's sixth studio album and her first since reconciling with hubby Carey Hart and having her first baby, Willow.  
And girl is back with a vengeance.  
Pink is known for powerful, up-tempo, in-your-face-tracks and she does not disappoint on this record with songs like Are We All We Are and the first single, Blow Me (One Last Kiss).  But also, Pink has an amazing voice with great range which she shows off on tracks like Try and Beam Me Up.  Pink's been a favourite of mine for years and my high expectations are met.  It's refreshing to know Pink is singing her heart out and will do so when these songs are performed live in her upcoming tour, not relying on heavy editing in studio.  Her cheekiness is alive and kicking and some may say she's trying a bit too hard with many of the songs featuring unnecessary curse words.  I've noticed a trend on previous albums of her's: there are radio-friendly tracks, ballads and then some fun songs you know really show her creativity.  Heavy hitters Eminem, Lily Allen and fun. singer Nate Ruess join Pink.  
This album came out Tuesday, along with Carly Rae Jepsen and Nelly Furtado's latest.  Something tells me The Truth About Love will give those two a run for their money! 

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