UK version of the dance-pop diva's 2000 debut album with two bonus tracks, remixes of the hit singles, 'There You Go' (Sovereign Mix) and 'Most Girls' (X Men Mix). Features different artwork than the domestic version. Stan... more »dard jewel case.« less
UK version of the dance-pop diva's 2000 debut album with two bonus tracks, remixes of the hit singles, 'There You Go' (Sovereign Mix) and 'Most Girls' (X Men Mix). Features different artwork than the domestic version. Standard jewel case.
Kim J. (rockingwriter) from ELMWOOD, TN Reviewed on 10/28/2007...
this cd is in great shape - never been used! it's case is fine as well.
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Brandi H. (brandijolove) from WHITE LAKE, WI Reviewed on 8/26/2006...
Great Listening- Like New
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I miss her dark pink hair!!!
Lucy | Florida | 01/12/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"can't take me home was my favorite era. i loved her dark pink hair and she looked her hottest. the first time i ever noticed her was when she was performing on Nickelodeon's Snick House. i saw her singing with this pink hair and knew there's something about her. she was my age. even though these days she's sporting her natural blonde hair and singing pop/rock music, she's still the same person she was back then...rebellious, crazy, wild, and funny. this album seems very underrated. do people even still remember "there u go" or "most girls"? it would be cool if she did r'n'b music again. she can really sing. in the beginning of her career, people had actually thought she was black. the theme of this album generally talks about relationships...bad ones. it has a typical r'n'b flavor that reflects the music of the early 2000s. lol. i don't care if anyone thought this album was her worst or what those stupid critics say, it's a great album and it's personally my fave. p!nk has the voice to sing any type of genre. i think pink is one of the artists out there who stays true to her image. she never portrayed this "good girl gone bad" image like britney, christina, and rihanna and that's what makes her more genuine and why people should take her more seriously.
1. Split Personality (5/5)- i like the beats. pink explains that she has two different personalities thus you hear her talking to herself.
2. Hell Wit Ya (5/5)- pink sees that her ex is treating this "new girl" with respect as opposed to her. "i hear you learned to open doors. when did you become such a damn gentleman"? haha. love that line.
3. Most Girls (5/5)-i listened to this song alot on the radio back then. she says that most girls prefer to be with guys who have money while she just want the "real thing". the lyrics are so catchy. "so shorty got a job, shorty got a car, shorty can pay her own rent". i love this song. i'm sure "most girls" including myself can relate to this.
4. There U Go (5/5)-this song brings memories from when she was just starting. "there u go..looking pitiful..just because i let u go". i love the video where she was wearing this white jumpsuit and made the bike run into her ex's apartment. then she gives the finger. epic.
5. You Make Me Sick (5/5)-this song was my JAM back then!!! the video shows her fighting with her bf and i remember there was a part where she's all naked, being covered by rose petals. i remember this guy at my school singing this song "you make me sick" and the teacher was like "you make yourself sick". then he said "i wasnt talking to you". good times.
6. Let Me Know Let You Know (5/5)- a very nice ballad on the album. i didn't know that robin thicke co-wrote this.
7. Love is Such A Crazy Thing (4.5/5)- the piano playing and the background beats flow really nice together.
8. Private Show (5/5)-great beats. brings back memories of the late 90s/early 00s.
9. Can't Take Me Home (5/5)- shows off her rebellious/angry attitude. once again it talks about a relationship gone bad.
10. Stop Falling (3/5)- it's too slow and boring..i'm not really feeling this. i would skip this one.
11. Do What You Do (4.5/5)-i like the hip hop beats. it has a philosophy to live your own life and doing what pleases you.
12. Hiccup (5/5)-pink is struggling to express her emotions when in a relationship by using the metaphors "hiccup".
13. Is It Love (5/5)-not sure what's the meaning of this song. just listening to the lyrics, it could be about rape or falling in love with the wrong guy who only wanted her for sex. either way, it's a cutesy, innocent kind of song."
Her Best Album
Amanda L. Davis | Adrian,MI USA | 06/27/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I know that her record label chose all the songs here and gave her no creative control, but I still liked the CD and think it's her best one. It's the only one where she doesn't try too hard to be a tough rocker chick. I liked every song on this one."
Pink, R&B Style
Antonio Shaw | Earth | 04/07/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I got this CD when Pink first stepped on the scene back in 99. I remember thinking that she had a surprisingly R&B style. All the songs on this CD aren't good, but for nostalgic reasons I still like them. She's since evolved and her music isn't so easily categorized, but I still like what she gives us."
Very nice debut!
iPod Fan 3 | 12/04/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"One Christmas morning in 2001, I awoke to find both this CD and Missundaztood under the tree. I listened to them both and while I liked this one, I loved M!ssundaztood. While the latter remained one of my favorite albums of all time, this one eventually got lost and forgotten. I had forgotten most of what the songs sounded like, so when I heard that this was an R&B album (my favorite genre), I decided to find another copy and listen to it again.
I finally got another copy. I listened to it and loved it. While it's still no "M!ssunderstood," I still really enjoyed it. It is a very good R&B debut. Her lyrics are still as clever as ever. Well, the ones that she has a writing credit on anyway. Probably my favorite line in the whole CD is in "Hell Wit Ya" as she sings "I hear I've met the wench before." Even more clever lyrics are sung in "Split Personality" where she sings about having, well, a split personality.
Production highlights are in "Can't Take Me Home" and "Hiccup." One of the two ballads, "Stop Falling," sounds a little like "Crystal Ball" from Funhouse, but not as pretty (even though it still is pretty). There is one problem though, the album is edited. It is most notable in "Can't Take Me Home" and "There You Go." But the tunes are so catchy that it won't even matter."