Party diva Pink will on Nov. 11 release her third Arista album, "Try This." The set, which features a number of songs co-written with Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong, is the follow-up to her breakthrough album "M!ssundaztood." First single "Trouble" which will be sent to U.S. radio outlets Sept. 29 for airplay consideration.
Tantric has beefed up its previously announced U.S. tour with a set of interspersed dates with Oleander and Beautiful Creatures. The new dates will be dubbed the Rolling Rock Town Fair tour, after the Latrobe, Pa.-festival Tantric played with Stone Temple Pilots, Live, Incubus, and Staind earlier this month.
Sales of Dave Matthews Band's "Everyday" (RCA) fell off more than 61% from its debut week of 732,700 units, but the album still had enough sales power to hold off the competition and open a second week at No. 1 on The Billboard 200. Aerosmith's "Just Push Play" (Columbia) was right behind, debuting at No. 2 on the strength of 240,000 units sold, according to SoundScan. Eve's "Scorpion" (Ruff Ryders) bowed at No. 4 after sales of 161,700 copies.