Music Review: Pink - The Greatest Hits... So Far
With sellout tours, numerous top ten hits and a rumored pregnancy, Pink has dropped her greatest hits... so far.
From when she first came onto the soon back in 2000 with her solo debut album, Can't Take Me Home, Pink (aka Alecia Moore) has been a common name appearing in many homes around the world. Her no nonsense attitude and blunt lyrics delighting audiences around the world.
Her greatest hits album recaps the last 10 years that she has dominated our airwaves. With the first track being her hit Get The Party Started from her Try This album. It reminds you of years gone by and why we all love this diverse icon.
Pink continues rolling out the hits and memories with other tracks like There You Go, Just Like A Pill, and her dig at ex-U.S. President George W. Bush, Dear Mr President. It's a wonderful trip down memory lane as we relive ten years worth of music.
Notably missing from the compilation is Most Girls which was an Australian number one hit. Also not included is Feel Good Time from the Charlie's Angel soundtrack in which she also had a cameo role.
Not content to just rehash old material, Pink has also included several new tracks including her current single Raise Your Glass. There are two other new previously unreleased tracks. As an added bonus, included is her version of Whataya Want From Me. The song she penned for Adam Lambert who continued on to make it a worldwide hit.
If you want to remember the past, have the best of the best that Pink has released on one album, this album is certainly for you. It's the progression and growth of the artist we've come to know and love. Sitting and listening, there's something about remembering just how amazing that this woman is. Easy to listen to and easy to love... this is Pink and this her album is her greatest hits... so far.