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The Pussycat Dolls Discography Rate

Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by LA Hallucinations, Jun 12, 2017.

  1. Who sings on it? I can't seem to find it online.
     
  2. Nicole, Carmit, Melody and Kaya.
    (3rd hit on google)
     
  3. Doll Domination is a fucking SLOG to get through...




    And did I ever tell you I saw The Pussycat Dolls live in Brussels? Because I did. Kii.
     
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  4. I saw them in Wembley Arena, supported by Rihanna.
     
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  5. I've spent 2 hours this morning figuring out what earworm crept up on me and it was fucking Light, Camera, Action's ending!
     
  6. You're lucky it was only 2 hours! One time I had a snippet of a song in my head for at least a week, turns out it was the opening of 'Disco Blisters and a Comedown' by Nicola Roberts. None of the lyrics were in my head, just the instrumental opening so I was stuck on it for ages.
     
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  7. That the worst part! Thank god I get bits with lyrics or at least the singing melody stuck in my head, but when it's just some random music bit from the song it's freaking infuriating.
     
  8. Gonna vote in this one. There's so much nostalgia with PCD!
     
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  9. Sending scores now...

    PCD - 6.53 (11x1, 10x3, 0x1)
    Doll Domination - 6.35 (10x7, 0x2)
    DD without bonus/solo tracks - 6.88
    Extras - 3.25 (10x1, 0x1)

    Rating Doll Domination (even the standard version) was so hard because it's extremely
    well-crafted as a whole and above PCD in terms of quality, but to dissect each song was a fucking task.
     
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  10. Making Doll Domination a 12 track album would make it much stronger.

    1. When I Grow Up
    2. Bottle Pop
    3. Whatcha Think About That
    4. I Hate This Part
    5. Takin' Over the World
    6. Out of This Club/Halo
    7. Magic
    8. In Person
    9. Elevator
    10. Love The Way You Love Me
    11. Whatchamacallit
    12. I'm Done

    (Top of the World, Painted Windows and Jai Ho! for the reissue)

    This also makes the album less Nicole heavy and more upbeat like PCD.
     
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  11. How in the world is Happily Never After NOT on it?
     
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  12. Because it's shit.
     
  13. My perfect tracklisting for Doll Domination including all the bonus tracks/2.0 editions is:

    1. When I Grow Up
    2. Bottle Pop
    3. Whatcha Think About That
    4. I Hate This Part
    5. Takin' Over the World
    6. Out of This Club
    7. Halo
    8. Magic
    9. Hush Hush (Original Version)
    10. Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)
    11. Top of the World
    12. Painted Windows
    Bonus Tracks
    13. Played
    14. If I Was A Man
     
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  14. The support act in Brussels was Lady GaGa... HA! The girl sang about four songs.
     
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  15. Having literally 20 songs to choose from and keeping In Person where you basically have Nicole screaming for 3 minutes...

    IMMA GET HIM IMMA GET HIM!!!!!!!!!
     
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  16. I had no choice. At the beginning of Elevator you can still hear a bit of In Person, unfortunately.
     
  17. That's my least favourite part of Elevator, which is my favourite song on the album.
     
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  18. 3 DAYS LEFT TO VOTE

    Here's a little something I threw together to tide us over:

     
  19. The Pussycat Dolls (feat. OoooooOooOh)
     
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  20. I can see how Melody's vocal isn't sonically preferable to certain ears, but to not recognize her technical skill is a joke. She understands how to maneuver melisma (!), which most singers struggle to do when most only only ever consider melody.

    Like, Jessica and Ashley have pleasant, "there" type tones/voices (unlike Carmit, whose tone is overwhelmingly unique despite its range), but they aren't capable of accessing or even exploring the limits of their abilities - they've proven they won't/can't go there. There's an inherent comfort in trying things that you intuitively know to do. Melody's vocal can be...unique, but it's never been "yelling". It's been where her voice is situated, and she's learned incredible control and consistency over her time professionally. She's really underrated, especially her involvement here:

     
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