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  • Audio CD (15 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: JIVE Records
  • ASIN: B0044WWLMU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (328 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,495 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Iconic performer and vocal powerhouse P!nk's Greatest Hits… So Far!!! is a collection of her hit songs along with two new tracks, including the lead single “Raise Your Glass” produced by long-time collaborator Max Martin and co-written by P!nk.
Since her debut in 2000, P!nk (Alecia Moore) has successfully paved her way on her own terms as a talented singer/songwriter/performer. She raised the bar with her astonishing acrobatic Grammy 2010 performance of her sleeper hit “Glitter In The Air” and over the past two years, P!nk has extensively performed sold-out performances throughout the UK, rest of Europe, Australia and the U.S, winning over critics and fans. Her previous album catalogue includes Can’t Take Me Home (2000), M!ssundaztood (2001), Try This (2003), I’m Not Dead (2006) and Funhouse (2008).

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A decade (plus) and 25 hits into her wayward career, it feels like Alecia ‘P!nk’ Moore has been forever popping up to spray-paint the charts with her brash skater pop. Perhaps it’s this familiarity – along with her increasingly trashy sound and cartoonish videos – which has made it easy to forget what a daring and unusual pop star she truly is. Emerging as Britney Spears was simpering that she was born to make men happy, P!nk’s agenda was spikily, defiantly different.

Even in her early career, when pushed down an uncomfortable RnB route (a misadventure recalled in her later Don’t Let Me Get Me), P!nk’s bolshy rebelliousness and refusal to play sexy were obvious. Sonically, There You Go may be little more than a sleek, skilled pastiche of TLC, but her raw voice and confrontational attitude ("that love s*** just aint for me") were all her own.

It took 2001’s Missundaztood for P!nk to discover her own sound, a fusion of hip hop beats, punky guitars and monster choruses. The belching, brassy Get the Party Started hasn’t dated well, but the other singles remain startling. On the propulsive, bruising Just Like a Pill she alchemised emotional self-destructiveness into a global smash hit, while the downbeat Family Portrait is as wrenching and articulate an account of domestic dysfunction as you’ll find in pop. Towering over all is the savage honesty of Don’t Let Me Get Me, a searing expose of the pressures young women face which still makes most male angst-merchants sound self-absorbed and childlike.

Perhaps such brutal confessionals drained P!nk, as she’s rarely matched their emotional heights since. What Greatest Hits… So Far!!!, proves, however – the hideousness of exclamation marks aside – is her consistent knack for delivering stompingly good, whiplash smart pop songs. Stupid Girls is an addictive and hilarious attack on paparazzi culture and the women who prostrate themselves to it ("What happened to the dream of a girl President? / She’s dancing in a video next to 50 Cent"), while on U + Ur Hand and So What she and Max Martin created two thrilling, all-conquering bubblegum punk songs.

There are lesser moments, too, including the clumsy new drinking anthem Raise Your Glass. But even if she hasn’t quite fulfilled the huge potential Missundaztood suggested, this greatest hits is a punchy reminder of why the pop landscape has been a much more interesting place with P!nk in it.

--Jaime Gill

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This greatest hits cd shows just how many hits P!nk has already had in just ten years.
The deluxe version is the better value choice as it has the dvd and the much better booklet style case,
the three new songs are amazing and could have easily been taken from the Funhouse album.
There are a few songs missing such as I don't believe you & god is a dj, but other than that, you won't
go wrong getting this as a present or for yourself!
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at 61 yrs of age i still like to rock & pink does it best.this album has all her best songs + 2 brill new onesGreatest Hits... So Far!thanx to amazon for having it drop thro my letterbox,10am same day it was released in uk,,
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Well it's finally here, after 5 great albums Miss More releases her first greatest hits album.

Packed with some of her best songs, 'Get the party started', 'Like a pill','So what','Sober' ect.

Allthough some notable missing tracks, such as 'Most girls', 'Leave me alone (I'm lonely)','Nobody knows' and 'Glitter in the air'. I would of given it 5 stars had these songs been included.

But I am happy with the overall package and the new song 'Raise your glass' is a fun catchy new addition to the hits.

I hope P!nk delights us for many more years to come, a great album so go out and buy it.
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Glad i got the deluxe . love the look of the cd cover its more like hard back book that a cd hard case . different a nice touch .packed with must of her hits but afew missing . i heard that it was meant to have wanna you want from me , but this version does not have it .Really gutted about it .if your going to buy her greatest hits buy this version as its a bargain . cd and dvd again a packed dvd all her videos and extras .4 out of 5 from me . thats just because there is 3 songs missing .
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Pink (Alicia Beth Moore) has often been likened and compared to her peers and seen as a somewhat 'underdog' amongst her contemporaries, she nontheless manage to maintain a rather low profile over the past 10 years creating 5 albums, each to their own strengths, and certified herself as a rather phenomenal lady.

Like Madonna, Britney, Christina Aguilera, Rihanna,Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and Kanye West (to some levels) Pink is one pop star who managed to define and shape music (in a different style to that of the aforementioned icons of music)and to be fair Pink managed to get her own identity in the industry as the ambitiously quirky pop starlet who was a tough cookie but could be sweet whenever she wanted.

Much like Madonna, Pink has that artistry that ensured she set herself apart with her own identity from the GET GO!and much like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, she has ensured that she defined a decade of music with her hits, although not to the levels of popularity of Madonna, nor the hysterics of Britney nor the powerhouse levels of Christina, Pink set herself with her own personal goals and remained with her own guns. This has also allowed her to take her own time to grow as an artist so much that only until recently she has been recognised as a very talented individual with her Funhouse album in 2008!and her tour that broke records and matched up to Britney's Circus Tour, Madonna's Sticky & Sweet and Beyonce's I Am...Tour with her FUNHOUSE TOUR! as she outsold stadiums globally.

with 30 million albums sold globally, a legion of ever growing fans and a definitive set of hits well presented on the disc on offer here! Pink is truely one of the most remarkable ladies of the music industry of recent years.
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Brilliant but where are 'God is a DJ', 'Most Girls', 'Feel Good Time', 'Last To Know', 'Nobody Knows', 'I Don't Believe You' and Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)'? Anyone know why they weren't included?
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Perhaps I'm not of the right age group to fully appreciate Ms Moore's album, but it is not the cardboard case that was the reason for me giving this album 2 stars. If this is Pink's greatest hits so far and therefore by implication her best work, I would hate to hear her worst. Of the 19 tracks I could find only 4 tracks that had any appeal or showed what Pink is capable of producing, the two "ladette" anthems "Get the party started" & "Trouble", plus "Please dont leave me" & "F***in Perfect". The rest is gereric, mind numbing, factory farmed pap, much of it gratuitously over burdened with the F word, I assume to give it "street cred". It does not mask the feeling that these tracks have a churned out feel to fill out an otherwise very mediocre album. With her powerful voice and stage presence this should have a "Hand Crafted" feel, but instead is just another "Made in America" disposable item. Disappointing
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Pink has produced so many good tracks. It's rare to find artists that can fill an album with hits year on year. Classics such as Who Knew, Like a pill and Get this party started emphasise her development from orchestrated pop rebel to thought provoking musician.
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