Beautiful Trauma

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Beautiful Trauma
PINK - Beautiful Trauma (Official Album Cover).png
Studio album by Pink
Released October 13, 2017 (2017-10-13)
Genre Pop[1]
Length 51:08
Label RCA
Producer
Pink chronology
The Truth About Love
(2012)
Beautiful Trauma
(2017)
Singles from Beautiful Trauma
  1. "What About Us"
    Released: August 10, 2017
  2. "Beautiful Trauma"
    Released: November 21, 2017
  3. "Whatever You Want"
    Released: June 4, 2018
  4. "Secrets"
    Released: July 24, 2018

Beautiful Trauma is the seventh studio album by American singer Pink. It was released on October 13, 2017, by RCA Records. The album's release was preceded by the release of the first single, "What About Us", on August 10, 2017.

According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), it was the third global best-selling album of 2017 with sales of 1.8 million copies.[2]

Background and development[edit]

After the end of the successful The Truth About Love Tour (which was the third best-selling tour of 2013 with $147.9 million in ticket revenue)[3] and the release of the album rose ave. with Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green under the name You+Me,[4] Pink took a break. However, during this time, she released some songs, including "Today's the Day" on September 10, 2015, used as a theme song for season 13 of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and "Just like Fire" on April 15, 2016, for the soundtrack to the 2016 film Alice Through the Looking Glass.[5][6]

In June 2017, Pink confirmed that she was making her next studio album and later, hinted at an upcoming release in a tweet.[7] On July 21, 2017, Pink shared a video from the set of an upcoming video, captioned: "Video #new #fyeah #itsallhappening".[8] The day after, she shared an animated version of the single artwork on social media, revealing the single's title and release date.[9][10][11] On August 9, 2017, after P!nk performed at the Sziget Festival, she announced that her seventh studio album would be titled Beautiful Trauma and revealed artwork of the album.[12]

Release and promotion[edit]

On October 4, 2017, Pink announced she is releasing an Apple Music documentary about the recording of her yet to be released seventh album, Beautiful Trauma. The following day, she announced she is going on tour across North America.[13] On October 9, 2017, she announced she will also tour Oceania.[14]

On November 8, 2017, P!nk performed "Barbies" at the 51st CMA Awards.[15] On January 28, 2018, P!nk performed "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" at the 60th Grammy Awards.[16]

Singles[edit]

"What About Us", was released as the lead single from the album on August 10, 2017,[17][18] reaching number one in Australia.[19] Described as a club[20] track, the song received critical acclaim from music critics, noting its political themes as a highlight.[21] Pink performed the song at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards on August 27, as part of a medley of her greatest hits.[22] On September 6, she performed the song on Ellen.[23]

In October 2017, it was announced that "Revenge", which features Eminem would serve as the album's second single.[24] However, the title track impacted BBC Radio 1 on November 10, 2017 as the album's official second single.[25] P!nk performed the track at the American Music Awards on November 19.[26] The music video for Beautiful Trauma premiered on November 21 and it features actor Channing Tatum.[27] In June 2018, it was announced that "Secrets" would serve as the album's fourth single.[28]

Promotional singles[edit]

On September 28, 2017, "Beautiful Trauma" was released as the album's first promotional single, followed by "Whatever You Want" as the second, on October 5, 2017.[29][30]

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?5.7/10[32]
Metacritic62/100[31]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[33]
Entertainment WeeklyA-[34]
Idolator4/5 stars[35]
The Guardian3/5 stars[36]
Rolling Stone3/5 stars[37]
Slant Magazine3/5 stars[1]
USA Today3.5/4 stars[38]

Beautiful Trauma received generally mixed reviews from music critics. On Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has an average score of 62 out of 100, which indicates "generally favorable reviews" based on 9 reviews.[31] Stephen Thomas Erlewine from AllMusic gave the album a score of three stars out of five, stating that the production is "undergirded with genuine feeling that Pink conveys with her measured performances", but notes that the album sounds "too controlled", resulting in a "tamer record".[33] Chuck Arnold from Entertainment Weekly gave the album a positive review, labelling it as "fresh and familiar".[34] Maura Johnston from Rolling Stone noted the title track, "Whatever You Want" and "Revenge" as highlights, but criticised the "chilled-out" middle section.[37] The Guardian's Michael Cragg gave the album a mixed review, writing that it, "does the job, nothing more".[36]

Year-end lists[edit]

Critic/Publication List Rank Ref.
People 10 Best Albums of 2017 8 [39]
Rolling Stone 20 Best Pop Albums of 2017 20 [40]
Billboard 50 Best Albums of 2017 30 [41]

Commercial performance[edit]

In the United States, Beautiful Trauma debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with 408,000 album-equivalent units, including 384,000 pure sales. The album became her second to top the chart after her previous album The Truth About Love (2012). It had the country's biggest opening for a female artist since Beyoncé's Lemonade but later surprassed by Taylor Swift's Reputation which opened with 1.2 million units in its first week. It also was the highest first-week traditional sales since Drake's Views.[42] The album then fell down to number three the following week with 64,000 units earned and 53,000 copies sold.[43] After selling 628,000 copies in the country throughout 2017, Beautiful Trauma finished as its seventh highest selling album of the year.[44] The album returned to Number 2 on the Billboard 200 on the chart date issued 26 May 2018, up from Number 83 the previous week, selling 137,000 album equivalent units, consisting of 135,000 pure album sales, thanks to a deal that paired concert tickets to the singer's massive 2019 tour with a free copy of Beautiful Trauma. The promotion helped add another 139,000 copies to the album's tally.[45] It also became her second to top the Canadian Albums Chart after The Truth About love, opening at number one with 64,000 album-equivalent units consisting of 60,000 traditional album sales. Beautiful Trauma had the nation's second biggest opening of the year at the time after Shania Twain's Now.[46] It additionally entered at the summit of the UK Albums Chart with 70,074 album-equivalent units, 5,519 of which were from streaming, and became her second number-one album in the nation after Funhouse (2008).[47][48] The album then was displaced by George Michael's Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 the following week.[49] It sold 372,000 copies by the end of the 2017, finishing as the nation's highest selling album of the year by a non-British act and fifth highest overall.[50]

The record sold 50,000 copies in Australia within 3 days[51] and 78,040 during its first week, where it had the year's second largest opening behind Ed Sheeran's ÷[52] and debuted atop the ARIA Albums Chart. As a result, it became Pink's fifth album to reach the nation's summit, the 457th album to enter at the country's top position, and its 813th album overall to reach number one. Beautiful Trauma was also certified double Platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) after a week due to high sales.[53] Its total sales in the country exceeded 100,000 over the second week, where it remained at the highest position and was the third album of 2017 to hold the summit for more than one week after the Trolls soundtrack and ÷,[54] and subsequently tied with Trolls for second longest time spent at the top spot that year when it stayed at number one for a third week.[55] Beautiful Trauma then held the summit for a fourth week in a row, becoming the first album by a female artist to do so since Adele's 25 in 2015,[56] before being displaced by Taylor Swift's Reputation.[57] It regained the top spot two weeks later, giving Pink her 39th week atop the country's chart and tying her with ABBA for spending the sixth highest number of weeks at number one,[58] which she surpassed by remaining at number one for the next week, tying with Adele for the fifth highest number of weeks at the summit with 40.[59] The record was then replaced at the top one week later by ÷.[60] With 280,000 copies sold in Australia by the end of the year, Beautiful Trauma finished as 2017's second highest selling album in the country behind ÷.[61]

In Japan, it opened at number 32 on the Physical Albums Chart and number 3 on the Digital Album Chart, with only sales of few days of being released, selling 1,909 copies and 2,428 from digital album sales.[62][63] In its second week, the album raised 4 spots in the Physical Albums Chart, selling 2,442 copies, and 1,084 copies from digital downloads.[64][65] In France, the album entered at number one with first-week sales of 14,853 copies.[66]

Track listing[edit]

Track listing adapted from Amazon.com and the iTunes Store.[67]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Beautiful Trauma"Antonoff4:10
2."Revenge" (featuring Eminem)
  • Shellback
  • Martin
3:46
3."Whatever You Want"
  • Moore
  • Martin
  • Shellback
  • Shellback
  • Martin
4:02
4."What About Us"Steve Mac4:29
5."But We Lost It"
Kurstin3:27
6."Barbies"
3:43
7."Where We Go"
  • Moore
  • Kurstin
Kurstin4:27
8."For Now"
Mattman & Robin3:36
9."Secrets"
  • Shellback
  • Martin
  • Holter
3:30
10."Better Life"
Antonoff3:20
11."I Am Here"
  • Mann
  • Medice
4:06
12."Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken"busbee3:21
13."You Get My Love"
  • Pink
  • Jesso Jr.
5:11
Total length:51:08

Notes

  • ^[a] – main and vocal production
  • ^[b] – vocal production

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Beautiful Trauma.[69]

Performers and musicians

  • Pink – vocals, background vocals
  • Eminem – vocals (2)
  • Jack Antonoff – background vocals (1), drums (1, 10), guitars (1, 10), bass (1, 10), synths (1, 10), piano (10)
  • Charlie Bisharat – violins (12)
  • David Bukovinszky – cello (6)
  • busbee – piano (12)
  • Mattias Bylund – strings (6)
  • Robert Cani – violins (12)
  • Mario de Leon – violins (12)
  • Andrew Duckles – viola (12)
  • Matt Funes – viola (12)
  • Ross Golan – guitars (6)
  • Missi Hale – background vocals (12)
  • Gerardo Hilera – violins (12)
  • Oscar Holter – keyboards (9)
  • Mattias Johansson – violin (6)
  • Bill Jolly – organ (11)
  • Jolly Music Choir of Philadelphia – choir (11)
  • Armen Ksajikian – cello (12)
  • Greg Kurstin – piano (5, 7), bass (5, 7), guitar (5, 7), keyboards (5, 7)
  • Timothy Landauer – cello (12)
  • Victor Lawrence – cello (12)
  • Chris Laws – drums (4)
  • Songa Lee – violins (12)
  • Natalie Leggett – violins (12)
  • Steve Mac – keyboards (4)
  • Billy Mann – background vocals (11), acoustic guitars (11), piano (11)
  • Max Martin – keyboards (2–3, 9)
  • Mattman & Robin – bass (8), keyboards (8), guitars (8), percussion (8), piano (8), drums (8), handclaps (8)
  • Luke Maurer – viola (12)
  • Johnny McDaid – guitars (4)
  • Serena McKinney – violins (12)
  • Christian Medice – drums (11)
  • Joel Pargman – violins (12)
  • Alyssa Park – violins (12)
  • Victoria Parker – violins (1, 10)
  • Sarah Parkins – violins (12)
  • Phillip A. Peterson – celli (1, 10)
  • Michele Richards – violins (12)
  • Steve Richards – cello (12)
  • Shellback – background vocals (2–3, 9), keyboards (2–3, 9), guitar (2–3, 9), bass (2–3, 9), drums (2–3, 9)
  • Evan Smith – saxophones (1, 10)
  • Tereza Stanislav – violins (12)
  • David Stone – bass (12)
  • The Struts – keyboards (6), bass (6), percussion (6)
  • Michael Valerio – bass (12)
  • Josefina Vergara – violins (12)
  • Katherine Vincent – viola (12)
  • John Wittenberg – violins (12)

Production

  • Jack Antonoff – production (1, 10), arrangement (1, 10)
  • Cory Bice – engineering assistant (2–3, 9)
  • Gabe Burch – engineering assistant (4)
  • busbee – production (12), background vocals recording (12), editing (12), mixing (12)
  • Mattias Bylund – string arrangement (6), string recording (6), string editing (6)
  • David Campbell – string arrangement (12), string conductor (12)
  • Steve Churchyard – string engineering (12)
  • Dave Clauss – editing (12)
  • John Cranfield – engineering (6)
  • Roger Davies – executive production
  • Matt Dyson – engineering assistant (4)
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing (1–11, 13)
  • Ross Golan – vocal production (6)
  • John Hanes – engineered for mix
  • Sam Holland – engineering (2–3, 8–9)
  • Oscar Holter – production (9), programming (9)
  • Michael Ilbert – engineering (2–3, 9)
  • Tobias Jesso Jr. – production (13)
  • Bill Jolly – gospel choir director (11)
  • Suzie Katayama – contractor (12), orchestra manager (12)
  • Greg Kurstin – production (5, 7), programming (5, 7)
  • Dave Kutch – mastering
  • Chris Laws – engineering (4)
  • Jeremy Lertola – engineering assistant (2–3, 9)
  • Steve Mac – production (4)
  • Billy Mann – production (11), arrangement (11), engineering (11)
  • Christian Medice – production (11), arrangement (11), engineering (11), keyboard programming (11)
  • Max Martin – production (2–3, 9), programming (2–3, 9)
  • Mattman & Robin – production (8), programming (8)
  • Salvador Ojeda – engineering (12), piano engineering (12)
  • Charlie Paakkari – string engineering assistant (12)
  • Pink – executive production, production (13)
  • Noah Passovoy – engineering (2)
  • Dann Pursey – engineering (4)
  • Shellback – production (2–3, 9), programming (2–3, 9)
  • Jon Sher – engineering assistant (2)
  • Laura Sisk – engineering (1, 10)
  • The Struts – production (6), vocal production (6), programming (6)
  • Ryan Walsh – engineering assistant (12)
  • Bryan David Willis – editing (12)

Design and management

  • Ryan Aylsworth – photography
  • Kim Bowen – wardrobe styling
  • Nancy Chapman – business management
  • Roger Davies – management
  • Shady Farshadfar – management
  • Lisa Garrett – management
  • Jeri Heiden – art direction, design
  • Kathy Jeung – make-up
  • Pamela Neal – hair
  • Don Passman – legal representation
  • Teresa Polyak – business management
  • Gene Salomon – legal representation
  • Nick Steinhardt – art direction, design
  • Sølve Sundsbø – interior gatefold photo
  • Irene Taylor – management

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[106] 4× Platinum 280,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[107] Gold 7,500*
Canada (Music Canada)[108] 2× Platinum 160,000^
France (SNEP)[109] Platinum 0*
Germany (BVMI)[110] Gold 100,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[111] 2× Platinum 30,000^
Russia (NFPF)[112] 2× Platinum 40,000*
United Kingdom (BPI)[113] Platinum 405,000[50]
United States (RIAA)[114] Platinum 1,000,000double-dagger
Summaries
Worldwide N/A 2,900,000[115]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

List of regions, release dates, showing formats, label, editions and references
Region Date Formats Label Editions Ref.
United States October 13, 2017 RCA
  • Explicit
  • clean
[67]

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