Four years after her album Funhouse, - which ironically wasn't as fun as she commonly
is - P!nk has returned with The Truth About Love, which is arguably her most untamed
album to date. Pop music designed with partying in mind has been sorely missing the amount
of attitude showcased on this album. P!nk gets freaky and undisciplined with her undeniably
lovable smartass personality that is supported by her usual precisely layered harmonies,
and is backed with the crisp and well-articulated production that beckons back to her
earliest albums. The Truth About Love has much more powerful energy than the average
pop album from a female singer-songwriter, and its impressive how P!nk can still be this
revved up this late into her career. P!nk truly does keep making unique pop albums, and this
is a real treat for anyone looking for pop music with a charming punk demeanor.
good ideas, cheesy execution. "The Truth About Love is its nasty is salty, its regret in the morning, its the smelling of armpits". Wat
Some of it is kind of catchy, but it's definitely unexpected and kind of formulaic from someone like P!nk.