Pink Rocks Harder on New CD

By | September 19, 2003 at 12:00 AM

After toughening up her sound on 2002’s multi-million-copy-selling Missundaztood, Pink will continue to move further from R&B and closer to rock & roll on her third album, Try This, due November 11th. The first single, “Trouble,” will likely make its way to radio next month, and Pink has already shot a video for the song.

Missundaztood found Pink collaborating extensively with former 4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry, who has returned to co-write tracks for Try This. Also aboard is Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong, who co-wrote several of the album’s thirteen songs.

However, Try This won’t completely forsake Pink’s past. Another song that had been tipped as a possible single, “God Is a DJ,” offers something for the dance-floor set. Earlier this year, Pink also offered up “Feel Good Time,” a collaboration with electronic wizard William Orbit for the Charlie’s Angels 2: Full Throttle soundtrack.

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