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Cd review on the Pussy Cat Dolls' greatest

The Pussycat Dolls cd, PCD, is one of those albums that will get you moving out of your seat.

This group of sexy females uses its vocal styling and hip-hop beats to engage the listener.

The sex appeal is the main focus of all songs on this cd.

The songs may be a little girly and club-like, but if you’re looking for light lyrics and a fun experience, PCD is for you.

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Each track has its unique style, bringing the entire cd together. They take a step back and redo the old favorite, Tainted Love.

Lead singer of the group, Nicole Scherzinger’s deep, sultry voice brings a certain saucy dynamic to the songs.

Snoop Dogg lends his voice in the track, Buttons, giving the song an extra-special flair.

Their first single, and most well-known song on the album, is Don’t Cha which features the talented Busta Rhymes.

They combine a softly thumping baseline with quiet and provocative lyrics.

Not only are there upbeat “club-like” songs on the album, but there are a few slower songs mixed in as well.

The song, Stickwitu, plays on love through hard times.

The lyric, “So don’t you worry about, people hanging around, they ain’t bringing us down,”  shows the softer side of relationships and how to make them work.

In the track, Beep, it is unclear what exactly is being said about since a main lyric is the sound of a beep.

Another lyric frequently used is “ha ha ha” in place of actual words.

Will I. Am.’s whimsical talents add flavor and excitement to this track.

“I’ma do my thing while you’re playing wit cha –beep-“ is a line repeated throughout the song.

Overall, the cd has something for everyone.

From love, R&B melodies, to the hopping club hits, these tracks are ‘Doll-licious.”

I give the cd a rating of B-.