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37% of people buy M!ssundaztood and Can't Take Me Home ~ CD ~ P!nk.

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This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.

Personnel includes: Pink (vocals); Linda Perry (vocals, guitar, programming); Steven Tyler (vocals); Richie Sambora (guitar); Jimmy Z (harmonica, saxophone); Jim Cox (piano, Hammond B-3 organ); Damon Elliot (piano, bass, programming); David Sigel (organ); Marti Frederiksen (loops); Scratch (beatbox).

Producers include: Linda Perry, Damon Elliot, Dallas Austin, Scott Storch, Marti Friederiksen.

Engineers include: Linda Perry, Carlton Lynn, Wassim Zreik.

M!SSUNDAZTOOD was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Awards for Best Pop Vocal Album. "Get The Party Started" was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Awards for

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.

Whether you were one of the fans who feared or one of the detractors who hoped that Pink would fail to follow-up her smash debut album, M!SSUNDAZTOOD serves notice that the lady with the pink hair (yes, it still is) is more than just a one-shot flash in the pan. The grooving pop of the title-track is less hip-hop oriented than Pink's previous hits, sounding more like an amiable collision between Smash Mouth and Sugar Ray. "Don't Let Me Get Me" and "Just Like a Pill" tread even closer to pop-rock territory, the latter bearing an anthemic quality that wouldn't sound out of place on an Alanis Morissette album. The appropriately titled "Get the Party Started is a funky party anthem, and the rap-flavored "Respect" is a modern urban update on the classic Aretha theme. Whether she's making her way through pop, rock, rap, or R&B, Pink struts confidently enough through M!SSUNDAZTOOD to assure her admirers that she intends to stick around for quite a while.

What the critics say...

Rolling Stone (12/26/02, p.108) - Included in Rolling Stone's "50 Best Albums of 2002"
Rolling Stone (12/13/01, p.148) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Fun...this album is practically the teen-pop IN UTERO....Pink abandons R&B to indulge her dream of being a hard-rock chick..."
Entertainment Weekly (11/23/01, p.82) - "...[She] sounds like Cyndi Lauper's long lost stepsister...a fetching collection of pop confections..." - Rating: A-
Q (1/02, pp.105-106) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...influences include Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin....smouldering late night rock and blues...autobiographical emotional outpouring..."

Track Listing:

Disc 1:
  1. M!ssundaztood
  2. Don't Let Me Get Me
  3. Just Like A Pill
  4. Get The Party Started
  5. Respect - (featuring Scratch)
  6. 18 Wheeler
  7. Family Portrait
  8. Misery - (featuring Steven Tyler)
  9. Dear Diary
  10. Eventually
  11. Lonely Girl - (featuring Linda Perry)
  12. Numb
  13. Gone To California
  14. My Vietnam
Release date NZ
November 20th, 2001
Arista Records (USA)
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