P!NK - Live In Europe - From The 2004 Try This Tour

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Posted on Sun, 03/30/2014 - 3:30pm
by John MacMillan

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Album Overview

Pink: Live in Europe (subtitled From the 2004 Try This Tour) is the first live music DVD from Pink, released in 2006. It was shot in Manchester, England during the European leg of the 2004 Try This Tour. The setlist more or less was in chronological order (with a few obvious exceptions including "Get the Party Started"). Most of the singles were represented, with the exception of "You Make Me Sick" and several album-only cuts were prominently featured. It is also notable that several songs that appear as collaborations on albums (such "Lady Marmalade" which originally featured Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, and Mýa or "Misery," a duet with Steven Tyler) were not featured as such on tour, with Pink either taking over vocals for the previous partners or omitting those segments entirely. It was released MA: Strong Sexual References.


1Intro: Can't Take Me Home
2There You Go
3Split Personality
4Most Girls
5Lady Marmalade
6I Wanna Rock
7Don't Let Me Get Me
818 Wheeler
9Family Portrait
10Just Like A Pill
12My Vietnam
16Me And Bobby McGee
17Piece Of My Heart
18Higher State Of Consciousness
19Feel Good Time
20God Is A DJ
21Oh My God
23Last To Know
24Try Too Hard
26Welcome To The Jungle
27Get The Party Started


During the performance of "Lady Marmalade", Pink imitated Christina Aguilera and sang lines from Aguilera's song "Beautiful". For the DVD release, this segment was branded with a "CENSORED" mark and the audio was modulated so the viewer could not decipher the lyrics.

A number of covers are featured on DVD including an entire segment dedicated to Janis Joplin, wherein Pink sang select pieces of 3 songs. Pink, a longtime Joplin fan, was at one point considered for a biopic of the troubled musician.

The concert became the 6th highest-selling DVD for 2007 in Australia.



Pink: Live in Europe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia : taken from - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink:_Live_in_Europe