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.
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.
For major label singer-songwriter stuff, not bad.
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.