P!NK - Try This - RED Vinyl LP Record



Limited edition pressing of 3,000 copies on red vinyl.

Try This is the third studio album by singer/songwriter Pink. It was released on November 11, 2003. It featured the singles "Trouble, " which earned Pink a Grammy Award, "God Is a DJ" and "Last to Know".

Try This was certified platinum by the RIAA. Most of the tracks were produced and co-written by punk band Rancid singer and guitarist Tim Armstrong, whom Pink met through a mutual friend at a Transplants video shoot. The two hit it off and Pink ended up co-writing ten songs with him in a week when Transplants were on a tour with the Foo Fighters. Eight of these tracks appeared on Try This, which also features three songs written with Linda Perry, who co-wrote much of Missundaztood (2001), Pink's second album.

The album includes a collaboration with electroclash artist Peaches, "Oh My God", and Pink's contribution to the Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle film soundtrack, "Feel Good Time" (produced by and featuring William Orbit), as a non-U.S. bonus track.


A1. Trouble 3:12
A2. God Is A DJ 3:44
A3. Last To Know 4:03
A4. Tonight's The Night 3:56
B5. Oh My God 3:42
B6. Catch Me While I'm Sleeping 5:03
B7. Waiting For Love 5:28
B8. Save My Life 3:16
C9. Try Too Hard 3:13
C10. Humble Neighborhoods 3:52
C11. Walk Away 3:38
D12. Unwind 3:12
D13. Feel Good Time 3:57
D14. Love Song 2:28
D15. Hooker 3:02


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Barcode 889854405717
Barcode 8 8985-44057-1 7
Matrix / Runout BHS83094-02 C1 +Λ
Matrix / Runout BHS83094-01 B2
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