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Welcome to the Dollhouse

Danity Kane

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Album Review

Danity Kane exist in a strange netherworld of pop culture, where you either know everything about the girl group or you know nothing about them. Despite debuting at the top of the Billboard charts with their eponymous 2006 debut, on its way to eventual platinum sales, the group didn't seem to make any impact outside of MTV, the place where their construction was meticulously, endlessly documented on the third season of Making the Band. The popularity of Making the Band 3 pushed Danity Kane into the Top Ten, and the very existence of a Making the Band 5 featuring DK and subsequent MTB winners Day 26 and Donnie J, all making albums at the same time and jockeying for success, no doubt gave hope to Danity Kane and their producers that the group's second album, Welcome to the Dollhouse, might also achieve a high chart placement. All five of the DK girls are conventionally pretty in their voices (not to mention their looks), and were picked for the group because they're pliable. Although they thoroughly disappear into these productions, dense on rhythms but lacking hooks, there are some notable tracks — "2 of You" has slinky rhythms that make up for the nonsensical "you've got me having breakfast in the afternoon" refrain and "Lights Out" has an appealing dose of Minneapolis funk in its keyboard, as does "Key to My Heart," which shimmers slyly. Nevertheless, hearing Welcome to the Dollhouse will be most interesting if you've witnessed the labors on Making the Band.

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WELCOME TO THE UK!

this amazing gril group has been creating buzz in the US for almost three yaers now, but now its our turn to hear what they can do, and heres my trcak by trcak review:- 1. welcome to the dollhouse intro - their mentor and creator P.Diddy sums up the whole group in 46 seconds, perfect for thsoe of you not familier with them. 7/10 2. Bad Girl - a killer song, sassy lyrics and an amazing beat, the bridge is the best part, also look for Missy Elliot making a cameo. 10/10 3. Damaged - the first single to be lifted from the album, and what a great song, very radio freindly and mainstream. 10/10 4. Pretty Boy - a unique (if slightly wierd) song, very unusual, probbaly like nothing you've heard before, although very good, especially Aubrey's rapping at the start. 10/10 5. Strip Tease - a great saucy and provocative song, with great verses (although a rather bland chorus) and is especially good becasue its the first song the girls wrote as a group. 10/10 6. Sucka For Love - a real 21st century, modern pop elctro song, great lyrics and even better beat, defienatly one of the best songs on the album 10/10 7. Secret Place (interlude) - without a doubt the best interlude, such a shame its not a full song, the girls sound simply stunning 11/10 8. Ecstasy - a real r'n'b number, starts off kinda up-tempo, than fades to a slower more chilled out track, perfect for playin in your car on those long summer drives 10/10 9. 2 Of You - probbaly one of the weaker songs on the album, the lyrics arn't as accomplished as some of the other trcaks, not horrific though 8/10 10. Lights Out -a real grower if there ever was one, give it a couple listens and you wont be dissapointed 5/10 11. Picture This (interlude) - the worst interlude, nice lyrics, but not a lot of singing 2/10 12. Poetry - a nice, meanigful and heartfelt ballad, their voices sound beautiful 7/10 13. Key To My Heart - the only filler on the album, not really a fast song, not really a slow song, just kinda blah!! 1/10 14. Flashback (interlude) - the perfect instrument to show of the girls voices, a real mariah/whitney warbler, they pull it off with style 9/10 15. Is Anybody Listening - the best ballad, deserves to be the second single, i think everyone can relate to this song, weve all felt alone at one point or another 11/10 16. Aint Going - a real hip hop/r'n'b treat for all the making the band fans, both the girsl and the boys sound fab! 8/10 this album is soooo good and should have no problem making these ladies household names in the UK aswell as the US.

Danity Kane are in a different league to girls aloud

I can't believe DK are being compared to Girls aloud...lol! This album went to number 1 in america so not sure where the illusion is that they can't get a number 1 from? also, have you seen the size of america and the calibre of american artists compared to the UK? (That's why is very special that Leona is number 1 over there right now) Anyone who watched making the band knows these girls are amazing singers and dancers, they had to impress P Diddy not Geri halliwell!! Anyway great album, shame their debut album isn't on here to buy.....

american girls aloud but better!

bother there albums charted at number one in the states who needs a number one single when ur album is number one girls aloud number one albums ONLY the one! oh snap!

Biography

Formed: 2006

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The third group to be put together through the reality television series Making the Band — O-Town being the first, Da Band being the second — Danity Kane's membership includes five women who beat out hundreds of hopefuls. Chosen by music mogul and Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy, members Aubrey, Aundrea, D. Woods, Dawn, and Shannon sang, danced, and watched their competition stumble over two seasons of the series. By the end of the second season, Diddy decided this was the quintet who fit his...
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