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Greatest Hits... So Far!!! (2010)

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Greatest Hits... So Far!!! is the first compilation album by American singer-songwriter Pink. It was released on November 12, 2010 by LaFace Records, in celebration of Pink's first decade on the music scene. The album features Pink's biggest hits from all her studio albums. Its track list differs depending on region, with three new tracks, only two of which are included in the North American Edition. The hit singles "Raise Your Glass" and "Fuckin' Perfect" peaked at number one and number two on the Hot 100 chart, respectively. In addition, "Heartbreak Down" became a European single and achieved airplay success in multiple countries.

The compilation debuted at number fourteen on the US Billboard 200 chart and advanced to number five during the holiday season due to the success of its singles, which raised P!nk's total number of top-ten hits to eleven, and that of her number-one singles to three. As of September, 2011, the album had sold over 900,000 copies in the United States.

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In September 2010, MTV Brazil stated that Pink would be releasing a greatest hits album in the fourth quarter of 2010. A few days later, it was reported by director Cole Walliser, who earlier worked with Pink on her Funhouse Carnival Tour advert, that he was shooting a new video with Pink. On September 15, Pink was spotted at a photoshoot in LA, and according to the photographer, the shoot was for her greatest hits compilation. The album is available in both standard and deluxe editions, with a British release date set for November 15, and a US release set for the day after. On October 5, the album was officially announced, along with its cover artwork.

Originally, Pink was against releasing a greatest hits compilation, stating that she "was not inspired at all for this album... I always figured you need to be 60 or better, to have a little more past, to put one of these out. I fought it for years." However, she changed her mind, realizing that "ecord companies can put out compilations without your permission" and concluded: "I wanted it done my way, so I jumped on board. Then, the less skeptical I felt about it, I started to feel a little proud." The album has sold 3 million copies worldwide to date.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Get the Party Started Pink       03:11
1-2 There You Go Pink       03:23
1-3 Don't Let Me Get Me Pink       03:31
1-4 Just like a Pill Pink       03:57
1-5 Family Portrait Pink       04:56
1-6 Trouble Pink       03:13
1-7 Stupid Girl Pink       03:17
1-8 Who Knew Pink       03:28
1-9 U + Ur Hand Pink       03:34
1-10 Dear Mr. President Pink       04:33
1-11 So What Pink       03:36
1-12 Sober Pink       04:11
1-13 Please Don't Leave Me Pink       03:51
1-14 Funhouse Pink       03:24
1-15 I Don't Believe You Pink       04:35
1-16 Glitter In The Air Pink       03:46
1-17 Raise Your Glass Pink       03:24
1-18 Fuckin' Perfect Pink       03:33
1-19 Heartbreak Down Pink       03:18

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