Pink gets credit here for sticking to her guns — after all, she's always been a chameleon in style and a damaged postmodern romantic in content. But it is worth noting that, although the title track and the album opener "Are We All We Are" are among the sharpest and most gigantic songs of her career, the album's two strongest tracks — "Truelove" with Lily Allen and "Here Comes the Weekend" with Eminem — feature other artists. Maybe that's the truth about love: we're better together.
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