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P!nk “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”, Reviewed

After having released hit after hit since 2000 and having won a ton of awards while doing so, it’s no surprise that the new single from Pink, or P!nk as it is apparently stylized, is sensational. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) is the first single off of what will be Pink’s sixth studio album. The new album will be called The Truth about Love and is currently set for release on September 18th, 2012.

If there was a perfect way to get the buzz started about an upcoming album, I’d say releasing “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” was it. This breakup song has that familiar “fuck you, we’re done” feel for which Pink has becomeso famous. Pink has managed to come up with a fantastic pop song that will hit summer radio in a big way without yielding her personal style, which is always great.

While all of “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is pretty fantastic,it’s the chorus that really caught my attention. It’s a combination of emotion and belted lyrics that make for quite the catchy chorus. During most of the rest of the song, Pink’s voice, singing in one octave, is paired with Pink’s voice singing in a lower octave. It’s surprisingly hard to explain but the effect is that, while Pink is singing in this higher pitched,belting-out-the-lyrics voice, there’s this lower and somewhat quieter voice singing along.

Personally, it seems like an effect used to make the song sound a little more interesting. As a pop song, it hasn’t got much instrument-wise; a steady bass and slight electronically boosted melody is all it really needs. Therefore, Pink’s voice is made to sound more interesting. I’m not so sure it was a necessary effect but there you have it. This is a really catchy song and with the combination of great lyricized emotion and emotionally charged singing, “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” hints at great things to come from this upcoming album.

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