Pink is following up her hugely-successful “Funhouse” era with the release of her first Greatest Hits compilation, appropriately-titled Greatest Hits….So Far!!!.
It looks like Nelly Furtado isn’t the only artist looking to put together a collection of her hottest charttoppers just in time for the holidays. Pink will also be releasing her compilation this November! The album celebrates the 10th anniversary of Pink’s debut album Can’t Take Me Home with the inclusion of all of the punk pop princess’ international Top 10 hits along with two new tracks. The first, the catchy uptempo Max Martin-produced “Raise Your Glass,” premiered on radio Wednesday with a music video set to premiere soon. Pink co-wrote the club banger with Max, who helmed her hits “So What” and “Please Don’t Leave Me.”
The song will be released digitally on Oct. 18.
Greatest Hits… So Far!!! is also set to feature another new track, which has yet to be announced. The collection will be available in a standard edition and a deluxe edition, which features two more Funhouse tracks.
Both editions will boasts some of Pink’s biggest radios hits, including the No. 1 singles “So What” and “Get the Party Started,” as well as “U + Ur Hand,” “Don’t Let Me Get Me,” “Sober,” “There You Go,” “Who Knew,” and “Just Like a Pill.” Also included will be “Glitter in the Air,” from the singer’s much-buzzed-about performance at the 2010 Grammy Awards.
Pink’s Greatest Hits… So Far!!! debuts Nov. 16.
Pink Greatest Hits… So Far!!! Tracklisting:
1. Get The Party Started
2. There You Go
3. Don’t Let Me Get Me
4. Just Like A Pill
5. Family Portrait
7. Stupid Girls
8. Who Knew
9. U + Ur Hand
10. Dear Mr. President
11. So What
13. Please Don’t Leave Me
14. Glitter In The Air
15. Raise Your Glass
16. New Song, TBD
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