Please Don't Leave Me 8. This was impossible before with Popcorn Time, because many torrents contain unstreamable video formats. It is also priced right. Fans of Pink and her music will be delighted with Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 16. The panoramic shots from the venue are also outstanding. On tour with Pink - behind the scenes footage with comments from Pink about her acrobatic acts, the benefits of Yoga, her preparation for the show, etc.
Just Like A Pill Tracklisting: 1. The audio treatment does not disappoint. . Bloopers - a short collection of hilarious and some not so hilarious bloopers. For more about Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia and the Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia Blu-ray release, see published by Dr. The crowd noise is prominent but most definitely not overpowering. Technically, the show is also very impressive.
Get The Party Started 21. Unsurprisingly, when Pink sings them, one can sense all sorts of different emotions in her voice. Having just finished watching Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia, I ought to admit that I have mixed feelings about Pink and what she does. All in all, the audio treatment should meet the quality expectations of even the most demanding amongst Pink's fans. For the record, there are no optional subtitles for the supplemental features found on this disc. Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia 2009 Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia Blu-ray delivers stunning video and audio in this excellent Blu-ray release No synopsis for Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia. Starring: , » Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia Blu-ray Review Reviewed by , April 20, 2010 I think it is only fair to begin this review by making it perfectly clear that I am not a fan of Pink.
Svet Atanasov on April 20, 2010 where this Blu-ray release scored 4. I Don't Believe You 13. Clearly, she is a gifted artist with a terrific voice and excellent stage awareness. The young pop star looks fresh and re-energized and her voice sounds lovely. It was released on October 14, 2009 by LaFace Records. There are a couple of things about Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia, however, that struck me as being rather odd. Includes 23 live performances including 'Sober', 'So What', 'Bad Influence', 'Funhouse', 'Please Don't Leave Me' and 'I Don't Belive You' all from her record-breaking successful 5th Studio Album-Funhouse! And before anyone concludes that I am being unnecessarily prudish here, let me clarify that what I mean by inappropriate is not that the language is offensive, at least it wasn't to me, but rather that it does not blend well with the message Funhouse carries.
First, the lighting effects are of utmost importance to the show, and a few cameras constantly follow Pink as she moves on the stage from some quite unusual angles; thus, occasionally the lighting affects clarity and contrast quite dramatically. It's All Your Fault 23. Funhouse Tour: Live in Australia is a live show by American pop singer P! It is by no means, however, disappointing. For the first time one can play and stream almost every video format, smoothly and with stunning quality. It may seem like she has a casual approach to certain aspects of her show, and that she likes improvising slightly more than it is safe for an artist of her caliber, but I assure you that everything she does is well calculated and exceptionally well prepared. Second, there is moderate to strong noise that I noticed, which has been left untouched, again, for stylistic purposes. Detail is outstanding, clarity excellent, and contrast levels pleasing.
One Foot Wrong Presented in an aspect ratio of 1. And the odd thing about all this is that the choreography, and specifically Pink's impressive acrobatics, does not fit the tone of the album. Filmed during her Funhouse Tour on the Australian Leg it contains songs from the Sydney shows on 17th and 18th Of June 2009 in The Sydney Entertainment Center. I believe I could name a couple of her songs, thanks to one of my local radio stations, but I really have not heard enough of her music so that I could develop some sort of an appreciation for it. In Australia, the release has been certified 32x Platinum. Second, some of the language in the show seems quite inappropriate. First, it has to be said that Funhouse is obviously a very personal album.
I felt, however, that there was a personal message Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia was meant to deliver, which, in my opinion, inspired quite a few awkward one-liners. During specific songs, one could clearly see members of the audience singing with Pink or just having a good time. Some of these songs are remarkably sarcastic, almost to the point of being offensive. The album contains the July 17 and 18, 2009 shows from the Funhouse Tour, recorded at the Sydney Entertainment Centre in Sydney, Australia. In a way, it sums up Pink's disappointment from her marriage to motocross driver Carey Hart - the texts of the majority of the songs in it prove it.
Other seem more relaxed but are also loaded with anger. There are no transfer-related technical issues to report in this review either. As a result, there is clearly a mismatch between style and substance in Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia. Needless to say, prior to receiving Pink: Funhouse Tour, Live in Australia, I had never seen Pink perform live. There is good balance between Pink's singing, the band and the backup singers. I also did not detect any heavy motion-judder while watching the show.
This is strong high-definition transfer. Furthermore, there are no serious shadow issues. Note: This is a Region-Free Blu-ray disc. Just Like A Pill 3. Don't Let Me Get Me 6.
Leave Me Alone I'm Lonely 10. Pink's singing, however, is excellent. Glitter In The Air 22. Popcorn Time Online Popcorn Time Online is one of the first users of the revolutionary Torrents Time technology. There are, however, some interesting stylistic decisions here, which I would like to address.