Pink 'I'm Not Dead' in Stores April 4, 2006

'Stupid Girls' Video Debuts January 26 on MTV's Overdrive


On April 4, 2006, the multiple Grammy winning, multi-platinum selling LaFace recording artist known as Pink will unleash her 4th album, I'm Not Dead, and it is everything it should be: a stylistic evolution; a stunning display of her craft as a vocalist and songwriter and a very personal scrap book of everywhere she's been and everywhere she's going. This is Pink in top form, as brutally honest and as soulfully vocal as only she can be. This album brims with Pink's signature funk, but I'm Not Dead reveals her rock and roll side more than ever. It's undeniable proof that Pink can belt the blues as well as she rocks the dance floor.

It's going to be a huge year for Pink. The first video off the album, for the song "Stupid Girls," was shot by acclaimed director Dave Meyers. The clip shreds everything Pink hates about superficial pop culture and how it affects young girls' self-image. It is a challenge to women everywhere to seek better role models than the "porno paparazzi girls" with their "itsy bitsy doggies and their teenie weenie tees," that our culture celebrates on TV and in magazines. The video satirizes the cult of exercise-obsessed, calorie fearing, breast-augmented human Barbie dolls everywhere.

MTV's Overdrive, the broadband network, will exclusively premiere the full length video for Pink's "Stupid Girl" on Thursday, January 26 after MTV's TRL teases fans with a 30 second clip. The video for "Stupid Girls" will be available on demand on MTV Overdrive exclusively for 24 hours. Pink is also scheduled to appear on MTV's TRL on Monday, January 30.

I'm Not Dead is also Pink's most confessional work to date. Whether discussing heartbreak, childhood, doomed romance, fake friends or the cult of celebrity, Pink states her mind with open-eyed candor -- and two tons of attitude.

Pink Executive Produced the album, Produced and wrote on every song, and was joined by a host of talented collaborators. Producer/Songwriter Billy Mann, Max Martin and Luke Gottwald lent their skills to several tracks, as did singer/songwriter Butch Walker, hit maker Mike Elizondo and the iconic duo The Indigo Girls. The resulting album has it all: rock and roll, soul and funk, and 100 percent Pink.

Pink has a lot to celebrate. She recently married her longtime boyfriend, motocross legend Carey Hart in a small, secluded ceremony in Costa Rica, and she's about to release an album that is something to be proud of -- its Pink pushing the envelope, yet again. "I'm Not Dead," indeed. World, you've been warned: the infamous Alecia Moore is back again and this time she's better than ever.

  For further information, please contact:

  Michele Schweitzer


CONTACT: Michele Schweitzer of M-RELATIONS LLC. for LaFace,
+1-212-661-9411, MS@M-RELATIONS.COM

Web site: