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Pussycat Dolls Audio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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1. Don't Cha
2. Beep
3. Wait A Minute
4. Stickwitu
5. Buttons
6. I Don't Need A Man
7. Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)
8. How Many Times, How Many Lies
9. Bite The Dust
10. Right Now
11. Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go
12. Feelin' Good

Product Description

The Pussycat Dolls make a blockbuster debut beginning with the #1 club and radio single, 'Don't Cha'. With contributions from Will.I.Am, Timbaland and Rich Harrison with production by Ron Fair the 6-member group of vocalists and dancers enter the marketplace with a stellar compilation of songs! Universal. 2005.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars *Fun, Flirtatious, Fantastic, Flairs Of Dance* Oct. 9 2006
Format:Audio CD
The dance styles combined with the flirtatious and overflowing empowering "filled with attitude" lyrics make this a total smash! When listening to this album, there are no moments of feeling down since confidence shines throughout!

The soulful singing, back to disco sounds, and musical accompaniment make this a more than pleasurable experience. Above all, the tracks can get one feeling liberated, free, and happy to take on anything. Overall, there are great dance beats, catchy hooks, positive vibes, and much more to enjoy! The words, the melodic dance beats, and the romantic moments can cause empathy to many who have been through a spiraling roller coaster with vast lovers. While the long ride and journey can be wild and tough, the songs prove that you are what your experiences make you: SPECIAL and HOT!

There are many excellent selections to take pleasure in but among the top songs recognized as hot dance club singles are "Don't Cha" (featuring Busta Rhymes), "Beep" (featuring Will.I.am) and the catchy "Wait A Minute" (featuring Timbaland). Aside those excellent songs, my other favorites would be "I Don't Need A Man" for the attitude lyrics and soulful singing, "Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)" since it reminds me of the disco Donna Summer days, "Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go" and "Bite The Dust" for the fast paced, energetic dance styles.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sexy with Style Jan. 14 2007
Format:Audio CD
This is an awesome CD. Every song is good. This CD is naughty in a very stylish way. I heard it in a really romantic setting style greek restaurant and it even had a bit of a jazzy sound. Everyone in the place was enjoying it and I new I had to have it. I knew it was the Pussycat Dolls as soon as I heard the song Don't Cha. Probably one of the best dance tunes of 2006!
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In 2005 when I first heard 'Don't 'Cha', I had already deemed them a band of pointless songs. While that might be true, you also can't deny that their songs are catchy.

However, not all music has to be deep, insightful, and meaningful, does it? If you need something to groove to, PCD is the album you'll want to reach for.

The first song on the album, 'Don't 'Cha' features Busta Rhymes and is about lusting after somebody who is already taken. The song teases with the chorus---'Don't 'cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?' Many remixes have been done with this song with more explicit lyrics.

'Beep', the third single for the band has a similar meaning to 'My Humps' by Black Eyed Peas, and the song is given more of a spin, thanks to will.i.am from Black Eyed Peas. The instrumental rift in between the verses reveals that PCD has more than just a boppy poppy sound. PCD chooses to omit words in their lyrics, replacing them with a resounding beep, thus, the title of the song.

'Wait a Minute', the third track features Timbaland, which is a groovy tune (no surprise there) about a girl trying to convince her man that she's not interested in him because of his wealth.

'Stickwitu', the second single is probably the sappiest song. I personally don't like this song very much, but it did well on the charts, so who am I to complain?

'Buttons', which was also another well-received single is another sexually suggestive song with part of the chorus being: 'Loosen up my buttons babe uh huh/But you keep frontin', oh,/Sayin' what you gonna do to me uh huh/But I ain't see nothing. The instruments used have a definitive "genie music" sound that shows the East Indian (is that the right culture?) influence.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars PCDed off Feb. 22 2007
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Well, somehow it doesn't shock me that a stripper troupe wasn't able to make good music.

In fact, the Pussycat Dolls' debut "PCD" is basically the sort of music you'd expect to be playing behind the stripper troupe, so A) they have something to bump and grind to, and B) the patrons won't notice because they didn't come for the music. Empty beats, empty vocals, and lyrics so vacuous that the CD is about to implode.

It opens with a bunch of suggestive coos and canned beats, as a man calls, "Okay okay! Are we about to get just a little hot and sweaty?" Then it launches into a dramatic little pop song, not quite catchy, where the singer writhes around in smirking narcissism -- "Doncha wish your girlfriend was RAW like me?/Doncha wish your girlfriend was FUN like me?" Well, she can't be that much fun, since all she does is talk about herself.

Things don't improve with "Beep," an electric-violin tune and a long string of bleeped out words, a quirk that gets old soon.To follow it up, the Dolls continue with processed pop numbers that Britney Spears would be proud of, with a faux R&B edge and lots of whispery backing vocals.

They even dabble in a sort of faux retro-disco in "Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)," in between the half-empty dance songs that don't quite manage to be dancey. To round it off, they add some goopy ballads in an effort to counter the slutty image of the previous songs, like "Stickwitu."

Somehow it's not surprising that "PCD" is basically a glossy, content-free, MTV-aimed album -- it was made for music videos, not for listening.
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