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CD review | Pop

Pink, ‘The Truth About Love’

Thanks to powerful pipes, an unabashed willingness — eagerness, even — to expose her most raw emotions, and savvy collaborations, Pink has enjoyed an impressively durable career in a fickle pop music market.

On her sixth album, “The Truth About Love,” the singer-songwriter born Alecia Moore continues her winning ways. New and returning collaborators such as Butch Walker, Max Martin, Dan Wilson, and Greg Kurstin help Pink combine rock muscle, pop froth, and expressions both heartfelt and petulant.

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