Tag: Pink

Friday 2/17/23 8pm ET: Feature LP: Pink – Trustfall (2023)

Trustfall (stylized in all caps) is the ninth studio album by American singer Pink. The album was released on February 17, 2023, through RCA Records. The album features guest appearances from The Lumineers, Chris Stapleton and First Aid Kit.

  1. “When I Get There” 3:20
  2. “Trustfall” 3:57
  3. “Turbulence” 3:26
  4. “Long Way to Go” (featuring The Lumineers) 3:09
  5. “Kids in Love” (featuring First Aid Kit) 2:47
  6. “Never Gonna Not Dance Again” 3:44
  7. “Runaway” 2:42
  8. “Last Call” 4:03
  9. “Hate Me” 3:20
  10. “Lost Cause” 3:38
  11. “Feel Something” 3:04
  12. “Our Song” 2:54
  13. “Just Say I’m Sorry” (featuring Chris Stapleton) 3:33

Pink – lead vocals (all tracks), background vocals (tracks 1, 2, 5, 8)
David Hodges – background vocals, guitar, piano, programming (1)
Fred – background vocals, bass guitar, drums, guitar, keyboards, programming (2)
Johnny McDaid – background vocals (2)
Byron Isaacs – background vocals, bass guitar (4)
James Felice – background vocals (4)
David Baron – bass guitar (4)
Jeremiah Fraites – drums, electric guitar, percussion, piano, synthesizer (4)
Wesley Schultz – vocals (4)
A Strut – background vocals, drums, programming (5)
Elvira Anderfjärd – background vocals (5)
Klara Söderberg – background vocals, guitar (5)
Johanna Söderberg – background vocals (5)
Fat Max Gsus – bass guitar (5)
Max Martin – background vocals, keyboards, programming (6)
Shellback – background vocals, bass guitar, drums, guitar, keyboards, percussion, programming (6)
Wojtek Goral – alto saxophone (6)
Tomas Jonsson – baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone (6)
David Bukovinszky – cello (6)
Helena Stjernstrom – English horn (6)
Mattias Bylund – orchestra, synthesizer (6)
Magnus Sjölander – percussion (6)
Noos Johansson – trombone (6)
Janne Bjerger – trumpet (6)
Magnus Johansson – trumpet (6)
Mattias Johansson – violin (6)
Doris Sandberg – vocals (6)
Jameson Moon Hart – vocals (6)
Willow Sage Hart – vocals (6)
Laura Mace – background vocals (7)
Maize Jane Olinger – background vocals (7)
Greg Kurstin – bass guitar, drums, electric guitar, keyboards, percussion, synthesizer (7, 9)
Billy Mann – acoustic guitar, arrangement, background vocals, bass guitar, programming (8)
Pete Wallace – arrangement, programming (8)
Aaron Sterling – drums (8)
Justin Derrico – electric guitar, mandolin (8); guitar (13)
Stephen Wrabel – background vocals, piano (10)
Sam de Jong – programming, strings (10)
Jason Evigan – background vocals, guitar (11)
Nate Mercereau – guitar (11)
Jessica Karpov – piano (12)
John Ormond – bass guitar (13)
Chris Stapleton – electric guitar, vocals (13)

Thursday 1/20/22 2am ET: Feature LP: Pink – Hurts 2B Human (2019)

Hurts 2B Human is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Pink. Released on April 26, 2019, by RCA Records, the album was initially planned as a standalone extended play (EP). Pursuing a sound that would be departure from her previous albums, Pink enlisted the assistance of collaborators such as Greg Kurstin, Max Martin, and Ryan Tedder. The album features guest appearances by Cash Cash, Khalid, Chris Stapleton, and Wrabel. The album was officially announced during Pink’s interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show broadcast in February 2019. Musically, Hurts 2B Human is a pop record whose lyrics delve into themes of love, family, introspection, life, and self-worth.

The album received generally favorable reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and cohesiveness; others felt it was too calculated and formulaic. Commercially, the album was successful, reaching number one in eight countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Switzerland. In the United States, Hurts 2B Human became Pink’s third consecutive album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) awarded it a platinum certification. To promote the singer’s album, “Walk Me Home” was released on February 20, 2019, as a lead single to commercial success, peaking within the top-ten charts of several countries, including Ireland, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The second single, “Can We Pretend”, was released on May 17, 2019, while the title track and “Love Me Anyway” had a limited release.

  1. “Hustle” 2:55
  2. “(Hey Why) Miss You Sometime” 3:23
  3. “Walk Me Home” 2:59
  4. “My Attic” 3:02
  5. “90 Days” (featuring Wrabel) 3:50
  6. “Hurts 2B Human” (featuring Khalid) 3:22
  7. “Can We Pretend” (featuring Cash Cash) 3:44
  8. “Courage” 4:19
  9. “Happy” 3:01
  10. “We Could Have It All” 4:33
  11. “Love Me Anyway” (featuring Chris Stapleton) 3:08
  12. “Circle Game” 4:54
  13. “The Last Song of Your Life” 3:53

Pink – vocals, background vocals (tracks 2, 9), executive production, production (tracks 11, 13)
Wrabel – featured vocals, production (track 5)
Khalid – featured vocals (track 6)
Chris Stapleton – featured vocals (track 11)
Jorden Odegard – all instruments (except guitar) (track 1), keyboards, strings, programming (track 6), production (tracks 1, 6)
Dan Reynolds – guitar, additional production (track 1)
Shellback – background vocals, keyboards, guitars, bass, drums, production, programming (track 2)
Max Martin – keyboards, production, programming (track 2)
Peter Thomas – background vocals, gang vocals, synthesizer, electric guitar, percussion, drums, handclaps, production, programming (track 3)
Kyle Moorman – background vocals, gang vocals, synthesizer, electric guitar, percussion, drums, handclaps, production, programming (track 3)
Ludvig Soderberg – keyboards, bass, programming (track 4)

Jakob Jeristrom – keyboards, bass, programming (track 4)
Ilsey Juber – guitar (track 4)
Rami Yacoub – additional guitar (track 4)
Mattias Johansson – violin (track 4)
David Bukovinszky – cello (track 4)
Michael Engstrom – double bass (track 4)
Mattias Bylund – strings arranging, recording, editing (track 4)
Steve Robson – piano, production, programming (track 5)
Teddy Geiger – guitar (track 6), vocal production (track 9)

Alexander Makhlouf – keyboards, synths, production, mixing (track 7)
Samuel Frisch – drum programming, production (track 7)
Jean-Paul Makhlouf – editing, sound design, production (track 7)
Greg Kurstin – piano, guitar, bass, synthesizers, production (tracks 8, 10, 12), drums keyboards (track 8), keyboards (track 10), drums, rhodes (track 12)
Oscar Görres – keyboards, guitar, bass, percussion, drums, production, programming (track 9)
Sasha Sloan – background vocals (track 9)

Taylor Hawkins – drums (track 10)
Sal Oliveri – piano, bass, additional production (track 11)
Stevie Blacke – strings arranged & performing (track 11)
Matt Kelly – pedal steel (track 11)
Songa Lee – violin (track 12)
Josefina Vergara – violin (track 12)
Alma Fernandez – viola (track 12)

Jacob Braun – cello (tracks 12, 14 (bonus))
billymann – acoustic guitar, production, engineering, mixing (track 13)
The Struts – production (track 4)
Simon Gooding – additional production (tracks 5, 11), vocals recording (tracks 3–6), engineering, mixing (tracks 3, 5, 11), Pink vocals recording (track 14 (bonus))
Ryan Tedder – production, vocal production (track 7)

Friday 6/11/21 2pm ET: Sounds of 2010s

Featuring music from Hootie & The Blowfish, Tyler Farr, Bon Jovi, Pink, Keb’ Mo’ and more

Friday 10pm: Feature Artist – P!nk

Alecia Beth Moore (born September 8, 1979), known professionally as Pink (stylized as P!nk), is an American singer, songwriter, dancer and actress. She was signed to her first record label with original R&B girl group Choice in 1995. The label, LaFace Records, only saw potential in Pink, offering her a solo deal. Choice disbanded in 1998. Pink rose as an artist with her debut solo album, Can’t Take Me Home (2000). It was certified double-platinum in the United States and spawned two Billboard Hot 100 top-ten hits: “There You Go” and “Most Girls”. She gained further recognition with the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack “Lady Marmalade”, which gave Pink her first Grammy Award as well as her first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100. Pink took more artistic control and pursued a pop rock direction for her second album, Missundaztood (2001). It sold more than 12 million copies worldwide and yielded three US top-ten singles, “Get the Party Started”, “Don’t Let Me Get Me”, and “Just Like a Pill”.

Pink’s third album, Try This (2003), generated considerably lower sales, but earned her the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. Pink revived her popularity with her fourth and fifth studio albums, I’m Not Dead (2006) and Funhouse (2008), with the latter containing her second US number-one hit, “So What”. Pink concluded the first decade of her career with the compilation album Greatest Hits… So Far!! (2010), which featured “Fuckin’ Perfect” and the chart-topping single “Raise Your Glass”. Her sixth studio album, The Truth About Love (2012), debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and spawned the top-ten singles “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”, “Try”, and “Just Give Me a Reason”, with the latter becoming her fourth US number-one single. In 2014, Pink recorded a collaborative album, Rose Ave., with Canadian musician Dallas Green under a folk music duo named You+Me. – Wikipedia