The Truth About Love (Fan Edition)

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Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Are We All We Are
engineer:
Jake Sinclair and Laura Sisk
producer:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile"), John Hill (producer and songwriter, aka Johnny Rodeo) and Butch Walker
assistant mixer:
Eric Isip
mixer:
Rich Costey
editor:
Chris Kaysch
keyboard:
Zac Baird
strings:
Philip A. Peterson
background vocals:
P!nk (American singer/songwriter) and Butch Walker
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States, Ruby Red Productions in Santa Monica, California, United States and Sonora Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
Eldorado Recording Studios in Burbank, California, United States
recording of:
Are We All We Are (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Bradley Walker, Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") and John Hill (producer and songwriter, aka Johnny Rodeo)
P!nk3.43:38
2Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
programming, engineer and producer:
Greg Kurstin
additional engineer:
Jesse Shatkin
assistant mixer:
Phil Seaford
mixer:
Serban Ghenea and John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer)
bass, guitar and keyboard:
Greg Kurstin
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Echo Studio in Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
music videos:
Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (Official Video) by P!nk
recording of:
Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Gregory Kurstin
P!nk3.654:17
3Try
programming, engineer, producer and mixer:
Greg Kurstin
additional engineer:
Jesse Shatkin
bass and keyboard:
Greg Kurstin
guitar:
Kevin Dukes and Greg Kurstin
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Echo Studio in Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
Echo Studio in Los Angeles, California, United States
music videos:
Try (music video) by P!nk
recording of:
Try (in 2012)
writer:
Benjamin West (Detroit producer & songwriter) and Michael Busbee
P!nk3.854:08
4Just Give Me a Reason
recording engineer:
Tyler Johnson, Pawel Sek and John X. Volaitis
programming and producer:
Jeff Bhasker
assistant mixer:
Justin Hergett and James Krausse
mixer:
Tony Maserati (engineer / mixer)
guitar:
Anders Mouridsen (guitarist)
keyboard and synthesizer:
Jeff Bhasker
guest performer:
Nate Ruess
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Enormous Studios in Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Just Give Me a Reason (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Jeffrey Bhasker and Nathaniel Ruess
P!nk feat. Nate Ruess3.84:03
5True LoveP!nk feat. Lily Allen3.53:51
6How Come You’re Not Here
programming, engineer and producer:
Greg Kurstin
additional engineer:
Jesse Shatkin
assistant engineer:
Phil Seaford
mixer:
Serban Ghenea and John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer)
bass, guitar, keyboard and piano:
Greg Kurstin
tubular bells [bells]:
Willow Sage Hart
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Echo Studio in Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
How Come You’re Not Here (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Gregory Kurstin
P!nk3.153:13
7Slut Like You
assistant recording engineer:
John X. Volaitis
recording engineer:
Sam Holland
programming:
Shellback
assistant engineer:
Phil Seaford
producer:
Max Martin and Shellback
assistant mixer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
bass, drums (drum set) and guitar:
Shellback
keyboard and background vocals:
Max Martin and Shellback
recorded at:
Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States and Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Slut Like You (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Johan Schuster and Max Martin
P!nk43:42
8The Truth About Love
drum machine programming:
Dave Schuler and Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
assistant engineer:
Will Brierre
engineer:
Dave Schuler and Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
co-producer:
Dave Schuler
producer:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
mixer:
Mark Needham
acoustic guitar, bass and electric guitar:
Dave Schuler and Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
arranger:
Dave Schuler and Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Turtle Sound Studios in Weston, Connecticut, United States
mixed at:
The Ballroom (Mark Needham's private studio) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
The Truth About Love (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), David Schuler and William Mann (US songwriter/producer)
P!nk2.753:50
9Beam Me Up
engineer:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer) and Pete Wallace
producer:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
mixer:
Véronica Ferraro
acoustic guitar and piano:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
strings:
Jonathan Yudkin
strings arranger:
Jonathan Yudkin
arranger:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States, Monster Island (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States and Turtle Sound Studios in Weston, Connecticut, United States
recording of:
Beam Me Up (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
P!nk3.154:27
10Walk of Shame
additional engineer:
Jesse Shatkin
engineer, producer and mixer:
Greg Kurstin
bass, guitar and keyboard:
Greg Kurstin
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Echo Studio in Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
Echo Studio in Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Walk of Shame (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Gregory Kurstin
P!nk3.452:44
11Here Comes the Weekend
recording engineer:
Mike Strange (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Justin Hergett and James Krausse
additional producer:
John Brown (production)
producer:
Chin Injeti and DJ Khalil (US rap producer)
mixer:
Tony Maserati (engineer / mixer)
bass:
Chin Injeti
guitar:
Erik Alcock
keyboard:
Danny Keyz and DJ Khalil (US rap producer)
background vocals:
Liz Rodrigues (member of The New Royales)
recorded at:
Effigy Studios in Detroit, Michigan, United States and Suite 203
recording of:
Here Comes the Weekend (in 2012)
writer:
Erik Alcock, Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Elizabeth Rodrigues (member of The New Royales), Khalil Abdul-Rahman (US rap producer), Marshall Mathers and Pranam Injeti
P!nk feat. Eminem3.854:25
12Where Did the Beat Go?
bass programming, drum machine programming and co-producer:
Tracklacers
assistant engineer:
Phil Seaford
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer), Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer), Pete Wallace and Jonathan Yudkin
producer:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
electric guitar and percussion:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer)
keyboard:
Tracklacers and Pete Wallace
strings:
Jonathan Yudkin
strings arranger:
Pete Wallace and Jonathan Yudkin
arranger:
Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer) and Tracklacers
recorded at:
Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States, Monster Island (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, New Track City Studios in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom and Turtle Sound Studios in Weston, Connecticut, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Where Did the Beat Go? (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Jonathan Keep, Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer) and Stephen Daly (Tracklacers song writing team)
P!nk3.44:18
13The Great Escape
recording engineer:
Christina Paakkari
assistant engineer:
Phil Seaford
engineer:
Phil Allen (engineer), John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer), John Rausch, Oliver Straus and John X. Volaitis
producer:
Dan Wilson (American singer/songwriter)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
acoustic guitar, keyboard and piano:
Dan Wilson (American singer/songwriter)
additional cello, additional viola and additional violin:
Oli Kraus
cello:
Steve Richards (cellist)
double bass:
Dave Stone (bassist)
tambourine:
Steven Wolf (drummer from USA)
viola:
Andrew Duckles
violin:
Tamara Hatwan and Sara Parkins
conductor:
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger)
strings arranger:
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger)
concertmaster:
Charlie Bisharat
recorded at:
Ballroom West in Los Angeles, California, United States, Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States, Earthstar Creation Center in Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States and Mission Sound in Williamsburg, New York, New York, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
The Great Escape (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Daniel Wilson (American singer/songwriter)
P!nk3.94:24
14My Signature Move
recording of:
My Signature Move (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Bradley Walker and Jacob Sinclair
P!nk43:45
15Is This Thing On?
recording of:
Is This Thing On? (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Bradley Walker and Jacob Sinclair
P!nk44:23
16Run
recording of:
Run (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Bradley Walker and Jacob Sinclair
P!nk44:12
17Good Old Days
recording of:
Good Old Days (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), David Schuler and William Mann (US songwriter/producer)
P!nk4.54:02
18Chaos & Piss
recording of:
Chaos & Piss (in 2012)
lyricist and composer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Francis White (legal name of songwriter/producer Eg White)
P!nk3:59
19Timebomb
recording of:
Timebomb (in 2012)
lyricist and composer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Gregory Kurstin
P!nk3:34
20The King Is Dead but the Queen Is Alive
recording of:
The King Is Dead but the Queen Is Alive (in 2012)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Billy Mann (US songwriter/producer), Robin Lynch, Niklas Olovson and Butch Walker
P!nk3:44
21Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
music video for:
Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (explicit) by P!nk
recording of:
Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Gregory Kurstin
P!nk3:47
22Try
music video for:
Try by P!nk
recording of:
Try
writer:
Benjamin West (Detroit producer & songwriter) and Michael Busbee
P!nk4:09
23Are We All We Are (The Truth About Love) (live From Los Angeles)
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Are We All We Are
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter), Bradley Walker, Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") and John Hill (producer and songwriter, aka Johnny Rodeo)
P!nk3:52
24Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (The Truth About Love) (live from Los Angeles)
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
writer:
Alecia Moore (American singer/songwriter) and Gregory Kurstin
P!nk4:39
25Try (The Truth About Love) (live From Los Angeles)
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States
live recording of:
Try
writer:
Benjamin West (Detroit producer & songwriter) and Michael Busbee
P!nk4:30
26F**kin’ Perfect (live from LA)P!nk3:33
27Behind the Scenes of Album Photo Shoot
P!nk3:43