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Pink: 'Sober'

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Pink: 'Sober'
Released on Monday, Jan 19 2009

Neatly-timed for the season of New Year's resolutions, 'Sober' could end up becoming an anthem for newborn teetotallers. Supposedly written after Pink hosted a party where she was the only person not drunk, this track is a dramatic U-turn from the brash and ballsy DS single of the year 'So What'.

Actually, it's a better representation of her Funhouse album than the clattering lead single. A slick, stirring power-pop tune produced by Nate Hills and No Doubt's Tony Kanal, it finds Pink bellowing with a truck-load of angst. "I don't wanna be the girl who has to fill the silence," she hollers, "The quiet scares me 'cause it screams the truth." Not one of her most memorable singles, but this should find its way on to the nation's airwaves.


> Click here to read our review of Funhouse

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