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P!nk - new album Beautiful Trauma (with 3 Max songs)

Started by j.fco.morales, August 09, 2017, 11:19:56 PM

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Such a lovely song. Great production and lyrics...


New Max/Shellback song tomorrow. "Never Gonna Not Dance Again"



Written by P!nk, Max Martin and Shellback
Produced by Max Martin and Shellback
P!nks siblings and Doris Sandberg provides vocals as well


Stale AF. The counter-melody towards the end is a cute Max moment, but it's a very disappointing CTSF! knock-off. Max's quality control has declined these last few years sadly.


I like that the structure is atypical from Max and shellback, it lacks some punch but I think it will get stuck anyway.
I still love the vocal arrangements


I loved it instantly, it reminds me to Cant stop the feeling, the bridge and the energy of the chorus are amazing, best Max song this year so far.


I don't mind this at all, actually it's better than I expected. I love the build up and the explosion of the chorus, the extended instrumental breakdown, the live instrumentation, and Pink's vocal delivery.

It's not as polished as Can't Stop the Feeling and I'm a bit bewildered that for a Max/Shellback production some of the vocals feel a bit rough. But I think that lends itself to a more "live" feel. The melody is great and overall it's a fun light song. Similar in sound scape to Shake it Off and 2 Be Loved

I wonder if we'll ever get dance pop Max again..


It reminds me of Under You by Nick Jonas with all the double negatives.