The Truth About Love (Pink album)

The Truth About Love is the sixth studio album by American pop singer Pink, released on September 14, 2012 by RCA Records. The first single from The Truth About Love, Blow Me ( One Last Kiss), was published in July 2012. The album debuted in Australia, Austria, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Sweden and Switzerland to square one. It was nominated in the category ' Best Pop Vocal Album ' for the Grammy Awards. Thus, it is the third nomination for Pink after Missundaztood and Funhouse.

Track list

Deluxe Edition

Bonus tracks

Fan Edition Bonus DVD


In Germany, The Truth About Love was released on 14 September 2012. And I'm for the second time after their album Not Dead Pink was ranked one of the Media Control Longplay Charts. The first single Blow Me ( One Last Kiss) was for eight weeks at the top of the German airplay charts. That was longer than any of her twelve previously published Airplay number - one hits in Germany. In Australia, the album debuted at number one and was in the first week after release double platinum. In the UK, the album also debuted at number one. The Truth About Love was the first number one album of Pink in the United States. In the first week 281,000 copies were sold and after the sale of 500,000 copies, it was awarded in the U.S. with gold. After her performance at the American Music Awards the album with 144,000 copies sold, 200 top ten again jumped into the Billboard at No. 7 To date, over 740,000 copies were sold in the U.S..


Jacob Biazza heard the album for the Focus and ruled: " [ ... ] a loveless series of aseptic guitars, synth sounds trite, dumb beats and voices that are processed almost to Roboterhaftigkeit. Should there ever moments of momentum of loud and quiet, of breathing and have given unfold, they were eliminated with a brutish compression. Even Pinks but actually as expressive timbre will at some point become the interchangeable element in yet austauschbareren choruses. Nate Ruess, current singer of the band FUN. , Animated "Just Give Me a Reason" something. Rapper Eminem is a very short but not particularly exciting scene changes to " Here Comes The Weekend ." Otherwise, the album is a faceless piece of yard goods: Despondent, powerless and without any charisma it could come from anyone - and is thus in contradiction with Pinks unpleasant demeanor. " Wolfgang Schütz wrote for the Augsburger Allgemeine: " 13 songs, the title according to revolve around love, but are so far away from romance as girls from a pure housewife is Pink. "True Love" as the chorus although providing plenty Schlallalla, but that is only based on the recognition: "You are an asshole and I love you ." Pink flat. As the whole plate. An expectable mixture of the rock pieces, a bit Balladiösem and dances and a bit of thoughtfulness as in advance as the next single "Try". "