Pink has always been very good at taking an established pop form and throwing a funky, catchy twist into it to make her own sound. In this album, she achieves this again. She revisits themes she explored before, but adds a bit of Spanish/Latin American influence, especially on "Stupid Girl" and "I'm Not Dead." With the tracks "Cuz' I Can" and "U + Ur Hand", Pink shows us her ability to present a bad attitude in such a way as to make us wonder if she is mocking the apparent target of her scorn, her own image, or the listeners themselves. This contrasts sharply with her contemplation of her own success in "I Got Money Know", which reminds us of the price of fame, something she covered in tracks like "Lonely Girl" from M!ssundaztood. This is pop music at its finest, very accessible, but far enough away from standard to hold your attention for a long time.