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The song was also responsible for reviving her popularity, following her decline between 20, reaching the top ten in fifteen countries, including the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and majority of Europe.
The song was a moderate success in the United States, reaching the position of thirteen and the top forty on its component charts.
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Although a fixture of the 1980s, when music gained a visual component unrelated to live performances, the days of TRL have long since passed.
It also peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Pink's highest charting single in the UK since "Feel Good Time" (2003).These days, especially, videos seem to embody either over-the-top extravagance or showcase creative minimalism with limited resources.Falling on both sides of those extremes, as well as somewhere in between, we’ve found the 20 best music videos of 2016. Leon Bridges, “River” The closing track from Leon Bridges’ 2015 debut Coming Home is the closest this Texan new-soul singer gets to a hymn.The song marked Pink's return to La Face Records under Zomba Label Group via Sony BMG, after Arista Records consolidated La Face's operations into its own in mid-2001.
"Stupid Girls" was written by Pink, Billy Mann, Niklas Olovson, and Robin Mortensen Lynch, Mann and Macho Psycho both produced the track.
Sal Cinqeman was favorable, too: "As always, Pink's ragged vocals are better than she's often given credit for and there's still a rebel sensibility, at least lyrically, on the catchy lead single "Stupid Girls" ("Where, oh where, have all the smart people gone?