Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Legacy
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


P!nk Try This 2LP (Red Vinyl)


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Third Studio Album On Limited Edition Red Vinyl 2LP!
Features Hit Songs "Feel Good Time", "Trouble" & "God Is A DJ"!

Try This is the third studio album by recording artist P!nk. It was released on November 11, 2003. It featured the singles "Trouble," which earned P!nk a Grammy Award, "God Is a DJ" and "Last to Know". Try This was certified platinum by the RIAA, despite it becoming P!nk's lowest selling album. Most of the tracks were produced and co-written by punk band Rancid singer and guitarist Tim Armstrong, whom Pink met through a mutual friend at a Transplants video shoot. The two hit it off and Pink ended up co-writing ten songs with him in a week when Transplants were on a tour with the Foo Fighters. Eight of these tracks appeared on Try This, which also features three songs written with Linda Perry, who co-wrote much of M!ssundaztood (2001), Pink's second album. The album also includes a collaboration with electroclash artist Peaches on "Oh My God".

"While Pink's peers take incremental, cautious artistic steps forward, she's slyly fearless, choosing the right collaborators that help her create pop music that has both style and substance to spare. Britney Spears, Pink's avowed arch-nemesis, may claim that she's taking advice from Madonna, but here Pink illustrates that she's the true heir to Madonna's throne, since she displays a restlessness similar to the Material Girl in the '80s, while never once sounding like Madonna -- or other spiritual predecessors like Pat Benatar, Stevie Nicks, or Debbie Harry, for that matter. With Try This, Pink has firmly established a voice of her own, and in doing so, she's made another tremendous modern pop record." - Stephen Thomas Erlewine,

• Double LP
• Limited Edition Red Vinyl
• Third studio album (2003)
• Limited time download

Side A:

1. Trouble
2. God Is A DJ
3. Last To Know
4. Tonight's The Night
Side B:
5. Oh My God (feat. Peaches)
6. Catch Me While I'm Sleeping
7. Waiting For Love
Side C:
8. Save My Life
9. Try Too Hard
10. Humble Neighborhoods
11. Walk Away
Side D:
12. Unwind
13. Feel Good Time (feat. William Orbit)
14. Love Song
15. Hooker

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