is…well, I might have not found that out from it, but Pink’s new album totally makes you forget about that matter anyway!
I was trying to find the words to describe her based on the fact that Alanis is the angry chick music queen, but I think Pink fills those shoes better. (Alanis is amazing too, but a bit too sophisticated nowadays to take that trophe. Pink’s sophisticated too, don’t get me wrong, just in a different way. Her sarcasm and quick-witted lyrics are. Even if a little silly and almost immature sometimes like in Slut Like You and Walk of Shame– one of my ultimate favourites of this album!! SO MUCH FUN and so funny!!! Especially for someone who’s been in those shoes maybe one too many times
like moi. It’s a good kind of immature. The kind you just laugh at and have fun with; the kind it doesn’t matter how old you are, you should still have fun regardless.)
Anyway. I actually heard them all last week because Sony kindly posted on Pink’s YouTube channel lyric-videos of the whole album (minus the four deluxe-edition bonus tracks) which also got me ready for her gig at the iTunes Festival which I got tickets for and couldn’t have been more ecstatic! Out of all the gigs I registered for, the first (out of the 3 so far!) I got was hers…fifth time around! But that’s another post with photos, videos, etc.
Back to the album…yeah, instantly my favourite ones were True Love and Just Give Me a Reason. But then today, as I woke up and, first thing, opened Spotify on my phone to add the album to my “mood of the day” playlist, I caught myself listening to How Come You’re Not Here and Walk of Shame incessantly loudly and singing along for all the neighbourhood to hear. And then I got the bonus tracks…and then listened to My Signature Move…and yeah, it’s been on a loop all day…just listen to it, here you go (need SPOTIFY to listen to the links I post!):
Did I mention it was already #1 in SEVEN COUNTRIES before it was out in the UK and, when I checked this afternoon, it was #1 on iTunes here too?
I know I didn’t say anything about Blow Me, but really, what could I say about it? You’ve all listened to it. And then again. And again and again and again…and I’m sure you sing and dance to it too. And then again. And again and again and again…
but in case you haven’t (you’re welcome):