Funhouse ()

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Richard Thompson compared his bumpy marriage to Linda Thompson to a roller coaster named "the Wall of Death" and Pink picks up this carnivalesque thread, calling her troubled relationship with motocross star Carey Hart a Funhouse on her own entry into a long prestigious line of autobiographical divorce albums that stretches back to Blood on the Tracks. Naturally, Funhouse doesn't have any musical similarities with either Blood or Shoot Out the Lights, but Pink's divorce album is also emotionally different than either of ...

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  1. So What/She]
  2. Sober
  3. I Don't Believe You]
  4. Catch-22/Whit]
  5. Please Don't Leave Me]
  6. Bad Influence
  7. Funhouse
  8. Crystal Ball]
  9. Mean/Walker]
  10. It's All Your Fault/She]
  11. Ave Mary A/Walla]
  12. Glitter in the Air
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absafruitly

Jan 12, 2010

Pink's music surprises me. For a lady who seems able to be introspective and philosophical to some extent, someone who certainly has her own opinions and is not afraid to share them, Funhouse feels very cliche.

The reason I have given this 4 stars is because Pink's voice is phenomenal and no matter what she is singing, I could listen to her voice for days on end without getting tired, she is simple a fantastic vocalist. Additionally, the pop songs on her album do have clever instrumentation and are certainly anything but boring. Despite the fact that I enjoy her music, I don't listen to it often as I rarely can connect with the lyrics, and what fun is song you don't feel honest singing along to.

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