BLACKPINK – Born Pink - 2022 K-Pop EDM Synth Disco - Black Ice Vinyl - Sealed LP

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Label: YG Entertainment – 00602448097552
Vinyl, LP, black ice
Sticker, black ice vinyl
Barcode: 0602448480095
Country: Europe
Released: 2023
Genre: Pop
Style: K-pop
A1 Pink Venom
A2 Shut Down
A3 Typa Girl
A4 Yeah Yeah Yeah
B1 Hard To Love
B2 The Happiest Girl
B3 Tally
B4 Ready For Love
''Born Pink is their comeback after a period of growth, when Rosé, Lisa, and Jennie have all done solo material. But it’s faster, shinier, and way more fun than The Album. “Pink Venom” blew up this summer, their splashiest hit yet, switching between English and Korean—they strut their stuff with the bombastic panache of a vintage Eighties glam-metal band, on the level of Poison or Motley Crue, especially when Rosé proclaims, “I’m so rock & roll!”
“Shut Down” is a typical moment: these women floss in their car over a trap beat and a crazy loop of classical violin. (The hook comes from “La Campanella,” by the Italian classical composer Niccolo Paganini!) They kiss off rivals and the papparazzi with the sneer, “Praying for my downfall? Many have tried, baby.” Those vroooms evoke Missy Elliott, as the girls chant, “Whip it whip it whip it whip it / Keep watching me shut it down!”
Blackpink boast about being both pop stars and rock stars in “Shut Down,” so it makes sense their best bangers on Born Pink are the ferocious rock & roll anthems. “Yeah Yeah Yeah” is the peak, riding on a jagged guitar riff—somewhere between Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone” and the Cars’ “Let’s Go”—with lavish flourishes of over-the-top synth-disco. “Tally” catches your attention with a sharp punk guitar and the opening line, “I say ‘fuck it’ when I feel it.” But if you don’t feel it, Blackpink simply do not care. As they sing, “While you’re talking all that shit, I’ll be getting mine!” (RollingStones) 
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