I can’t believe it’s Monday again. Today I am reviewing the uber-sexy/skank whore band
that is the “Pussycat Dolls” second album ‘Doll Domination”. Firstly the Pussycat Dolls man they are one hell hot smoking bunch of fuck dolls that sing (well, only one does but hey, eye candy is eye candy). They are a former burlesque group who made the transition from strippers to pop stars. I’m sure that they have taken a lot of my money but it was worth it. The lap dances made me have to change my underwear. I love the fact that they have one of every chick to satisfy every-one’s taste. From a Nicole the fiery brunette Latino, then the two stereotype blonde’s, you know the ones every guy just wants to fuck and forget, the red-head who will fuck you and never let you forget but that’s another story (that is the last time I date an orangutan, if your reading this fuck off and die you beastly bitch). Then there’s the coloured chick mmmm tasty.
Now they wear the most amazing clothes, amazing in that it leaves little to the imagination but just manages to cover the bits we all want to see (mmm titties and vagina’s). I guess if I looked like them I would wear as little as possible, hey that’s another thing that pisses me off they get to wear the tiniest outfits and everyone is in awe, I wear something like that and I get arrested and charged for public indecency. Oh the double standards.
Now where was I, yes, The Pussycat Dolls second album ‘Doll Domination’ this album starts with the extremely catchy “When I grow up”, this song has the funniest lyrics the standout being
“when I grow up… I wanna have boobies” man any group that can sing a lyric like that without cracking up laughing has to be given credit.
The next songs “Bottle pop” and “Whatcha think about that” are pretty cool R&B songs. The next song “I hate this part” is a lament about love gone wrong and for a slower track it is one hell awesome song, I don’t know why I like it but I do. The next song “Take over the world” is Ok.
The song “Out of the club” rocks man, nice and slow and it is really well sung, it is a very good slower R&B song. Then it all goes downhill after that with songs like “Magic”, “Halo” & “Elevator”. They just seem to be fillers, you know the crap songs that they put on to make it album length so that people don’t feel ripped off.
They them redeem themselves with the song “Hush,Hush”. This is a good song, again it is a lament about relationships. It is a catchy song, with a good hook and strong vocals and sung with just the right amount of angst. The thing that sticks out in listening to the album so far is how little singing the other girls get, man I know they are awesome decorations (fuck yeah) but you could let them have the lead vocals every now and then, it would actually make it seem more of a group effort rather than the one and only Nicole Doll with the pussies as decoration.
Now the album ends on the high note with the bonus track “Perhaps,perhaps,perhaps”. This song is what the Pussycat Dolls are all about it has a real Burlesque/cabaret feel and it sits so well with them, I would pay good money to see them perform this song in there ultra tight barely there clothes. Awesome way to finish another otherwise OK album.
So all up it is a good attempt at a second album, which is the hardest of all albums to do. So I will give them one shot for that, They also get one shot for being skanky bitches (they all count as one as they are a package deal) and they get half a shot because I love their rendition of “perhaps” giving them a total of (insert cliched drum roll) 2 and a half stars.
Lastly I would like to say to Nicole the lead singer, man let the other chicks sing too, you don’t always have to hog the microphone, hand it over to some of the others chicks in the group, that’s why I took three shots of whisky off you.
Peace out my bitches!
(Hey Redi I know you’re reading this can you please take the fucking ball and chain off now I’ve finished my review!)
Peace out my bitches!