I think I was only just into double digits when my obsession with P!nk began and even though I feel her music is going a little south of late I still adore everything she stands for!
Now usually I would write a little on each album but there are only so many times I can say “Amazing”, “I love her so much”, “FIERCE!” etc before you all decide I am not worth my salt as a blogger and jump ship! I’ll get that out of the way here, I think P!nk will be an artist we need forever and will be remembered for her attitude, refusal to conform to the industries “beauty” standard and her message to women (and people in general) to be whoever we damn well please without apologies! Her music has saw me through some pretty tricky times and she has a song for every mood you could possibly find yourself in. Honestly, what’s not to love!?
Can’t Take me Home – 4 Stars
This is my go to album when I’m feeling sassy. It has a strong 90’s/early 00’s independent woman vibe that I adore!
Mizunderstood – 4 Stars
One of the first albums I ever owned this is my go to album when I’m feeling nostalgic, this was my introduction to P!nk.
Try This – 3 Stars
This for me was little blip for P!nk before she really peaked. I don’t dislike the album it’s just more of a go to when I need background music.
I’m not Dead – 5 Stars
This is definitely my favourite Pink album. Every single song hits home for some reason or another and it’s a perfect blend of soft songs and upbeat dance songs. The only song I dislike is Stupid Girls and I think that’s probably just because of how over played it was back in the day.
Funhouse – 4.5 Stars
This is a close second to I’m not Dead. For many of the same reasons; powerful lyrics, good mix of upbeat and soft and the attitude is on point Pink.
The Truth About Love – 3 Stars
As much as I still adore Pink I feel like this album feels like it’s lacking something and I can’t quite put my finger on it. There are some beautiful songs and some great songs to dance to as always but there’s just a little less of her usual Pink trademark. I think after listening through it’s probably to do with the fact that all the songs are a lot more repetitious than the ones from previous albums.
Beautiful Trauma – 3 Stars
This is a little better than The Truth About love but again the songs seem to be missing something, something that really packs that Pink Punch. Half the P!nk fans I know think this is her best album so far and the others think it’s the worst so I guess it’s just one of those really divisive albums.
Dance: There You Go / Don’t Let Me Get Me / RESPECT / Trouble / God is a DJ / Last to Know / Unwind / Leave Me Alone / U & Ur hand / Fingers / Centrefold / Please Don’t Leave Me / Bad Influence / Funhouse / This is How it Goes Down / Slut Like you / / Here Comes the Weekend / Good Old Days
Driving: Hell Wit Ya / There You Go / Misunderztood / Don’t Let Me Get Me / Just Like Pill / RESPECT / Misery / Dear Diary / Numb / My Vietnam / God is a DJ / Last to Know / Save My Life / Long Way Happy / I’m not Dead / Who Knew / Leave Me Alone / I Got Money now / Centerfold / Sober / Please Don’t Leave me / Mean / This is How it Goes Down / Ave Mary A / It’s All Your Fault / Try / Slut Like You / Here Comes the Weekend / Where Did the Beat Go / Run / Good Old Days / Barbies / Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken
Lyrical: Don’t Let Me Get Me / Family Portairt / Misery / Dear Diary / Lonely Girl / Numb / My Vietnam / Waiting for Love / Save My Life* / Long Way Happy / Nobody Knows / I’m Not Dead / The One That Got Away / Conversations…. / I Have Seen the Rain / Sober / I Don’t Believe You / Crystal Ball / It’s All Your Fault / Glitter in the Air* / Just give me a reason / Beam me up / Is This Thing On / Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken