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Try This
Pink try this
Studio album by P!nk
Released
November 10, 2003
Recorded
2003
Genre
Rock
Length
52:52 (Explicit version)
48:51 (Edited version)
Label
Arista
Producer(s)
John Fields, Tim Armstrong, Billy Mann, Jonnie "Most" Davis Q-Tip, Linda Perry, Damon Elliott, William Orbit
P!nk chronology
Pink mis Pink try this Pinknotdead
(2001) (2003) (2006)
Singles from Try This
  1. "Feel Good Time"
    Released: July 23, 2003
  2. "Trouble"
    Released: September 8, 2003
  3. "God is a DJ"
    Released: January 26, 2004
  4. "Last to Know"
    Released: May 2004



Try This is the third studio album by P!nk.  While sales were respectable in other parts of the world, the album failed to make a significant commercial impact in the United States, and is her lowest selling album there.  This is P!nk's only album to date that does not have a title track, and was her first to have a language warning. The album has sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide.

The album featured the singles "Feel Good Time," "Trouble," "God is a DJ," and "Last to Know." Two promotional singles, "Catch Me While I'm Sleeping" and "Humble Neighbourhoods," were also released.

Track listingEdit

International edition bonus tracksEdit

Japanese bonus tracks

Asian bonus tracks

Video track listingEdit

European Enhanced Edition Bonus Material

  • 16. "Interview With P!nk"
  • 17. "Photo Gallery"

Limited Edition Bonus DVD

  • 1."P!nk's Pix: Photo Gallery"
  • 2."Album Lyrics"
  • 3."The Many Faces Of P!nk: Interview"
  • 4."Feel Good Time Lyfestyle: Featurette"
  • 5."Trouble" (Music Video)

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