Rolling Stone - p.743 stars out of 5
-- "[I]t delivers power-chord-packed electropop....It's supercatchy..."
Entertainment Weekly - p.137
"[The storytelling] is unfalteringly vibrant, loaded with righteous anger, irreverence, and a clear eye for the darker side....Pink's uniquely torqued confessionals permeate every song..." -- Grade: A
Billboard (p.36) - "Feisty and fun as always, the singer manages to balance the mature charge of motherhood without sacrificing the danceable pop rock that brought her to the party."
Photographers: Deborah Anderson; Andrew MacPheron.
Following up 2008's Funhouse, 2012's The Truth About Love is vocalist P!nk's sixth studio album. Featuring work by a bevy of name producers including Greg Kurstin, Butch Walker, Max Martin, Dan Wilson, and others, the album once again showcases P!nk's passionate vocal style and catchy hip-hop-meets-rock sound. Also appearing on the album are guest artists such as rapper Eminem, Fun.'s Nate Ruess, and Brit-popper Lily Rose Cooper (formerly Lilly Allen). Included on The Truth About Love are such singles as "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" and "Try."