P!nk’s Her Best Songs That Were Never Singles
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P!nk’s Her Best Songs That Were Never Singles

By realadmin / Published on Monday, 20 Feb 2017 11:30 AM / Comments Off on P!nk’s Her Best Songs That Were Never Singles / 403 views

There are few artists whose chart performance has been as consistent as P!nk. Since her debut in 2000, she has racked up 26 entries on the Hot 100—15 of which have cracked the top ten.

While most artists see surges and drop-offs, P!nk’s two latest entries mirror chart peaks of singles from her first album. For example, her contribution to 2016’s Alice Through The Looking Glass soundtrack, “Just Like Fire,” peaked at No. 10. Her first two singles from her 2000 debut also notched top ten peaks, “There You Go” (peak No. 7) and “Most Girls” (peak no.4). Her third single, “You Make Me Sick” stalled at No. 33 — a similar placement to last year’s Kenny Chesney collaboration, “Setting The World On Fire,” which peaked at No. 29.

While P!nk has remained a Hot 100 mainstay, she hasn’t conformed to sticking to one sound. Throughout her career, the rebellious singer has experimented with R&B, country, hip-hop, rock, dance, folk and everything in between. And while her vast collection of hits is a strong testament to her evolution, some of her best artistic moments never made it to radio. (Billboard)

Take a look at ten of P!nk’s best non-singles:

  1. “Hell With It,” Can’t Take Me Home (2000)
  2. “My Vietnam,” M!ssundaztood (2001)
  3. “Humble Neighborhoods,” Try This (2003)
  4. “I’m Not Dead,” I’m Not Dead (2006)
  5. “Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely),” I’m Not Dead (2006)
  6. “Dear Mr. President,” I’m Not Dead (2006)
  7. “It’s All Your Fault,” Funhouse (2008)
  8. “Walk of Shame,” The Truth About Love (2012)
  9. “Is This Thing On,” The Truth About Love – Deluxe Edition (2012)
  10. “Timebomb,” The Truth About Love – iTunes Deluxe Edition (2012)