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Live in Europe

Pink

Year: 2003

Runtime: 01:45:43

Hard partying pop-princess Pink brings her special brand of bubble-gum beats to the town that gave birth to the rave scene with this release of a 2004 performance captured live at Manchester, England's Evening News Arena. Of course fans can expect such hits as "Get the Party Started" and "Don't Let Me Get Me," and in addition to her most popular hits, Pink also performs a cover of Guns 'n' Roses "Welcome to the Jungle," offers a special tribute to the legendary Janis Joplin, and allows viewers into the tour bus for a nineteen-minute documentary showcasing just what it's like to hit the road in Europe.

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