A Closer Look at Pink's 'The Truth About Love' Album

By Ashley Simon on October 1, 2012

 

Photo courtesy of Flickr user, Kmeron

 

Pink struck again.  She pleased her fans quite a bit with her latest studio album entitled “The Truth About Love.”  This is the singer’s sixth album.  After listening to the songs, it becomes obvious that Pink put all of her heart into it. The new album is filled with emotion from start to finish.

Pink is known for filling up albums with songs that pretty much tells a story about how she is feeling at the time.  She always puts her real thoughts into her music, which makes the fans like it even more.

The Huffington Post compares it to watching a reality show.

Listening to the album is like riding a crazy ride at the fair. Some songs are calm and beautiful while others are just wild and crazy.  Pink pours out details from her marriage through her music on the album, which she has done in the past.

She has always let her fans know how she is emotionally and what she goes through.  The album features guest appearances by singer Lily Rose Cooper, rapper Eminem and fun.’s Nate Ruess.   The album was mostly produced by Greg Kurstin who continues to showcase Pink’s versatility.

The hit single from the album that everyone loves so much is “Blow Me (One Last Kiss).”  The song has been doing extremely well on the pop charts.  This couldn’t have been a better song to set the tone for the album.

It’s also a break up anthem.  The song begins with electronic touches before surfacing speedily into pop-rock in terms of instrumentals. The hit track is signature Pink.

Other tracks from the album that fans are enjoying are “Walk of Shame” and “True Love.” There is something imminently significant about Pink no matter how far up the charts she flies or how many platinum records she hangs on her walls.  She is always going to deliver those attitudinal love songs as she did on this album.

Every fan wants to listen to a good album that they can relate to sometimes, and Pink’s album definitely does that.  The Washington Post mentioned her longevity as an artist. Congrats are also in order to Pink, who not only had a good album, but ‘The Truth About Love’ debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 charts.  She edged out some pretty stiff competition in the form of the Kanye West/G.O.O.D. Music “Cruel Summer” set, as well as the Killers’ “Battle Born.”

Carly Rae Jepsen also dropped ‘Kiss’ after owning airwaves all summer with ‘Call Me Maybe.’  If fans have not been able to check out Pink’s new album yet, it is strongly encouraged.  It is too great of an album to be missing out on.

 

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