The Truth About Love

Studio Album by released in 2012
The Truth About Love's tracklist:
Are We All We Are
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Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
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Try
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Just Give Me A Reason (Featuring Nate Ruess)
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True Love (Featuring Lily Rose Cooper)
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How Come You're Not Here
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Slut Like You
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The Truth About Love
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Beam Me Up
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Walk Of Shame
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Here Comes The Weekend (Featuring Eminem)
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Where Did The Beat Go?
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The Great Escape
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My Signature Move
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Is This Thing On?
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Run
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Good Old Days
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The Truth About Love review

Good music from a bad girl

The bad girl of the American, well, frankly, of the international music scene, P!nk is completing her new return to the audience with her favorite attributes, noise, fuss and curse, and everything else that distinguishes angered people. The Truth About Love is the sixth studio work of the restless female singer, who, against all patterns and stereotypes, refuses to amend her image a bit. It sells greatly, and those who do not like it may just choose not to see or listen to it. And even giving birth to a child and consequent mother duties crushing down on her were unable to change either the stage attitude or music priorities. As a matter of fact, it is quite difficult not to look at and even more not to listen to her, for the temptation is too big. The singer’s style on the new record is really intact. Instead, the material is delivered even in a more convincing and confident fashion. You will have even more knockout choruses, tongue-in-cheek lyrics and interesting collaborations. A long story short: The Truth About Love must not pass you by!

P!nk stays where she always was

The four-year interval between Funhouse and the just released The Truth About Love is not reflected in the stylistics of the latter. Although the opening Are We All We Are with male roar in the chorus manages to sow doubt in some listeners and even a question like ‘is it really P!nk?’, soon everything falls in place. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) is exactly what they wanted and anticipated, a wonderful single in the vein of the singer’s best efforts. The irresistible combination of dance rhythms, dirty post-punk guitars and pretty coarse language pay out a hundred percent not only here, but in other thorny songs like Slut Like You, and Walk Of Shame. The track list, having enough aggressive rebellious hymns to women’s freedoms, at most crucial moments offer ballads, the format P!nk handles just as well as fast stuff. Yet these songs will be surprisingly varied. Thus, Try is a typical radio hit with a slow tempo, but powerful emotional chorus and passions driven by electric guitars. Then, we have Beam Me Up which disarms with the elegance and even frailty of its sounding dominated by acoustic guitar. The ending of the album was entrusted to another gorgeous slow piece, The Great Escape, with a breathtaking piano.

Solid album without weak points

As if making up for her long absence, P!nk equips The Truth About Love with more than an hour of music, and in this long list your attention will be snatched by the names of big guest performers. The fact alone that P!nk worked successfully with Lily Allen and Eminem speaks about the eclectic and unpredictable nature of the record. The British singer helped her record the optimistic and courageous True Love, while the American rapper assisted her with the energetic and straight-in-your-face Here Comes The Weekend. It is but natural that with this big number of tracks, you can not count on the stability of the set, because there will inevitably be episodes you can not describe with the word super, but even they do not spoil the album. Executed at a high level, flavored with sweet tunes, they are simply alike and take more time for you to remember them than the aforementioned hits. In any case, you will barely want to skip a track or two on this album, and the hour spent with P!nk’s new record will not be a waste.