Pink announces 'Greatest Hits' release, track list
Saturday 09 October 2010
US recording artist Pink announced in a press release October 5 the drop date and track listing for her first ever career-spanning "Best Of" compilation. The aptly titled
Greatest Hits...So Far!!! will features 16 of Pink's top hits alongside three new tracks.
The new album will be released on November 15 in the UK, November 16 in North America. Pink also premiered her new single, "Raise Your Glass," on her website on Tuesday, October 5. As of October 7, "Raise Your Glass" is available for for digital download.
The raucous new single, produced by Sweden's Max Martin and cowritten by Pink herself, is one of three new tracks to be included on the album. The titles of the other new tracks have yet to be revealed. Fans can expect to see hits such as "Get the Party Started," "Just Like a Pill," and "U + Ur Hand" on the album.
Pink's 2008 Funhouse, her fifth studio effort, reached number one on the charts in six countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, and the UK, while debuting at number two in Germany, Ireland, and the US. Pink has won two Grammy Awards, and was ranked by Billboard as the number one Pop Song Artist of the Decade (2000-2010).
Pink, aka Alecia Moore, began performing in clubs at the age of 14. Before becoming a recording artist in her own right, she was a member of an all-girl pop group called Choice. The group only released one song, featured on the soundtrack to the Shaquille O'Neal film Kazaam.
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