Pink Takes A Fearless Step In A Rock ‘N Roll Direction

Pink 'Try This' album cover

Joan Anderman of the Boston Globe reviewed Pink’s new album ‘Try This’. She writes, “I would love to party with Pink, and that makes me love her new album. If this sounds like dubious criteria for a critic, it’s not. In a pop music landscape littered with boardroom-approved sex kittens and photo-ready rebels — yes, is all that, too — the 24-year old singer has an actual personality.” Read more.

Related News

3 thoughts on “Pink Takes A Fearless Step In A Rock ‘N Roll Direction

  1. FaustoAguilera says:

    Next year Christina Aguilera is going to have an album produced by the guy from Rancid so she can be just like Pink. Jealous whore! Did you read the new Blender magazine where Christina says that Mandy Moore stole the cover song CD idea off of her? Apparently Christina is going to do a complete cover CD and she states that Mandy stole her concept!

  2. Cicero says:

    I hope that’s not true (about Mandy). Can you quote please?

  3. LuckyThirteen says:

    Pink is nothing but a trend whore and if Tim didn’t have anything to do with this record but it sounded the same, it wouldn’t have gotten as much ‘rock’ credibility as it has.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.