Pink - The Truth About Love

Pink - The Truth About Love
CRITIC SCORE
73
Based on 11 reviews
2012 Rank: #300 / 802
USER SCORE
75
Based on
23 ratings

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70
Consequence of Sound

She filters whatever the current trend is through her unique musical lens – glam-rock to power-pop, R&B to piano melody – and Truth samples it all.

67
A.V. Club

Deliberately or otherwise, she seems to shapeshift from track to track in order to ape the sound and style of any number of her contemporaries.

60
PopMatters

For major label singer-songwriter stuff, not bad. 

60
musicOMH

Maybe not a wholly successful album then, but at its best ... The Truth About Love proves that Pink can still credibly compete with the pop stars she helped to inspire.

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rapmartin12
79
Stand-Out Track:
- Try
Creator R-Zita
80
A great album! here we can see all her vocal abilities and he can sing dance tracks , angry songs and beautiful ballads!
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DETAILS

September 18, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
RCA / Label
Pop / Genres
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Track List
  1. Are We All We Are 
  2. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) 
  3. Try 
  4. Just Give Me A Reason
  5. True Love
  6. How Come You're Not Here 
  7. Slut Like You 
  8. The Truth About Love 
  9. Beam Me Up 
  10. Walk of Shame 
  11. Here Comes The Weekend 
  12. Where Did The Beat Go? 
  13. The Great Escape
Contributions By
patton, truerowance, erik
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Added on: September 18, 2012