P!NK – Trustfall - 2023 R+B Pop Rock - Black Vinyl - Sealed LP

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P!NK - Trustfall 
Label: RCA – 19658-77265-1, RCA – 19658772651, Sony Music – 19658-77265-1, Sony Music – 19658772651
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
℗&© 2023 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Made in the EU.
Gatefold sleeve.
Contains a 12"-sized 8-paged booklet with lyrics and credits.
Record housed in a black plain inner sleeve with label cut-outs.
"Parental Advisory Explicit Content" sticker on shrink wrap.
Runouts are mixed stamped/etched.
Barcode (Text): 1 9658-77265-1 5
Country: UK & Europe
Released: Feb 17, 2023
Genre: Pop
A1 When I Get There
A2 Trustfall
A3 Turbulence
A4 Long Way To Go
Featuring – The Lumineers
A5 Kids In Love
Featuring – First Aid Kit
A6 Never Gonna Not Dance Again
B1 Runaway
B2 Last Call
B3 Hate Me
B4 Lost Cause
B5 Feel Something
B6 Our Song
B7 Just Say I'm Sorry
Featuring – Chris Stapleton
The record immediately sets the stage for vulnerability with its opening track, “When I Get There”, a grief anthem dedicated to her father’s death intensely reminiscent of the singer’s I’m Not Dead or Funhouse eras. (...) As Pink characterizes it. “Close your eyes and leave it all behind,” she proclaims amidst EDM production that begs to be put on repeat. It’s not necessarily that pop singers grow up and get boring as the fandom chooses to believe. It’s that singers like Pink must be fully in their element to get their point across, which she is on Trustfall.
Aside from its first two singles, Trustfall consists mainly of ballads reflecting on life, loss, and the reality of living in an age of anxiety. She reminds her listener that heavy feelings are just turbulence while also grappling with her struggles with intimacy. “Wouldn’t you think by now I’d be ready?” she asks on “Feel Something”, a poignant examination of how life doesn’t magically solve itself by growing up and starting a family. Pink gets nostalgic and emotional elsewhere on “Kids in Love” or “Our Song”, but offerings like “Hate Me” make Trustfall sound like a full-circle moment for the singer in ways that Hurts 2B Human was just a collection of songs about how life is hard.
“I’m the perfect bad guy,” she observes. “I’m the villain you made me / I’m the monster, you need me / Or it’s all on you.” It’s the most honest and reflective she’s been in years, subtly chronicling her coming of age as the antithesis of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera in the early aughts to her continued presence in social activism through her lyrics and social media.“ (PopMatters)
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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black