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On This Day in Pink History… 4th April 2000 Can’t Take Me Home was released

On This Day in Pink History… 4th April 2000 Can’t Take Me Home was released

On 4th April 2000, Pink’s debut album, Can’t Take Me Home was released by LaFace Records. The album produced three singles, There You Go, Most Girls and You Make Me Sick.

Click image to see track listing, lyrics, videos, album information and Pink’s Thank You note.

On This Day in Pink History… 4th September 2000, Most Girls was released

On This Day in Pink History… 4th September 2000, Most Girls was released

Most Girls, released in 2000, is the second single from Pink’s debut album Can’t Take Me Home. It peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. It peaked at number one in Australia, where it was certified platinum, number two in New Zealand and number five in the United Kingdom.

Most Girls was Pink’s highest-charting hit in the United States as a solo artist at the time. Her 2001 single Get the Party Started subsequently equalled the #4 peak of Most Girls and the two songs were her joint highest-charting singles until her 2008 single So What peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Pink has had one further #1 as a solo artist – Raise Your Glass – and two other #1s in collaboration with other artists – Lady Marmalade and Just Give Me a Reason.

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On This Day in Pink History… 4th April 2000 Can’t Take Me Home was released

On This Day in Pink History… 4th April 2000 Can’t Take Me Home was released

On 4th April 2000, Pink’s debut album, Can’t Take Me Home was released by LaFace Records. The album produced three singles, There You Go, Most Girls and You Make Me Sick.

Click image to see track listing, lyrics, videos, album information and Pink’s Thank You note.

On This Day in Pink History… 4th September 2000, Most Girls was released

On This Day in Pink History… 4th September 2000, Most Girls was released

Most Girls, released in 2000, is the second single from Pink’s debut album Can’t Take Me Home. It peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. It peaked at number one in Australia, where it was certified platinum, number two in New Zealand and number five in the United Kingdom.

Most Girls was Pink’s highest-charting hit in the United States as a solo artist at the time. Her 2001 single Get the Party Started subsequently equalled the #4 peak of Most Girls and the two songs were her joint highest-charting singles until her 2008 single So What peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Pink has had one further #1 as a solo artist – Raise Your Glass – and two other #1s in collaboration with other artists – Lady Marmalade and Just Give Me a Reason.

Wikipedia

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On This Day in Pink History… 4th April 2000 Can’t Take Me Home was released

On This Day in Pink History… 4th April 2000 Can’t Take Me Home was released

On 4th April 2000, Pink’s debut album, Can’t Take Me Home was released by LaFace Records. The album produced three singles, There You Go, Most Girls and You Make Me Sick.

Click image to see track listing, lyrics, videos, album information and Pink’s Thank You note.

20 Years of P!nk – You Make Me Sick

You Make Me Sick

Release History
18th December 2000

Written by
Brainz Dimilo, Anthony President, Mark Tabb

Album
Can’t Take Me Home

Peak Positions
Australia – 25
Germany – 88
Ireland – 30
Netherlands – 62
New Zealand – 10
UK – 9
US – 33

You Make Me Sick was recorded for Pink’s debut album Can’t Take Me Home and released as the third and final single from the album. 

The music video was directed by Dave Meyers.

Music video

Front row centre

Top of the Pops

CD:UK

20 Years of P!nk – Most Girls

Most Girls

Release History
4th September 2000

Written by
Damon Thomas
Babyface

Album
Can’t Take Me Home

Peak Positions
Australia – 1
Canada – 2
Netherlands – 23
New Zealand – 2
UK – 5
US – 4

Most Girls was the second single released from Pink’s debut album, Can’t Take Me Home in September 2000.

The music video was directed by Dave Myers.