Doll Domination 2.0

Doll Domination 2.0

by The Pussycat Dolls


There's a perfectly good reason why the first single from Doll Domination, the Pussycat Dolls' second album, sports the punch line "When I Grow Up/I Want to Be Famous": despite a million-selling debut, the Pussycats aren't famous yet, a fact borne out by the disastrous non-launch of head Doll Nicole Scherzinger's scrapped solo debut Her Name Is Nicole. Heralded by several sexy magazine covers, the record was set for 2007 but disappeared after four singles failed to turn into hits. Maybe they weren't great songs, maybe the public didn't like them, but it's just as likely that even fans may not have known who she was, as her name was buried in the credits to PCD's debut and despite all that skin she flashed on all those magazines, nobody really could tie that girl to this group. Every single thing about Doll Domination suggests that the powers that be at Interscope and the PCD organization decided that PCD was an insufficient launch pad for solo stardom, so they made the second album into a showcase for Nicole and the other four Dolls, none of whom you could possibly name or pick out in a Maxim lineup. On Doll Domination's cover, each Pussycat straddles her own motorcycle bedecked with the initial of her first name, while on the album each gets to sing lead on at least one track and on the double-disc deluxe version -- which clocks in at over 85 minutes, four minutes longer than Pink Floyd's The Wall -- each Pussycat gets a track credited to herself. Despite the parade of pretty, sculpted, generic R&B voices, there are some good tracks: the ever-reliable Kara DioGuardi helps give the shimmering '80s gloss of "Who's Gonna Love You" some shape and Ne-Yo's "Happily Never After" is a good ballad, and there's a Snoop Dogg cameo and Missy Elliot name-dropping Katy Perry. [Universal's international group issued a Doll Domination 2.0 edition in 2009.]

Product Details

Release Date: 05/12/2009
Label: Universal Int'l
UPC: 0602527030913
catalogNumber: 2703091

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Pussycat Dolls   Primary Artist
Gary Prim   Piano
Rusty Anderson   Guitar
Ron Fair   Conductor,Wind Chimes
John Goux   Guitar
Melvin Jones   Trumpet
Donnie Lyle   Guitar
Gary Novak   Drums
Rodney Jerkins   Vocals,Musician
Dan Warner   Guitar
Tal Herzberg   Bass
Nicole Scherzinger   Vocals,Background Vocals
Patrick "Guitarboy" Hayes   Guitar
Melody Thornton   Vocals,Background Vocals
Candice Nelson   Vocals,Background Vocals
Ashley Roberts   Background Vocals
Jessica Sutta   Background Vocals
Kimberly Wyatt   Background Vocals
Robert Taylor "R.T."   Acoustic Guitar
Eric Live Florence   Tuba
Raymond Oglesby   Keyboards
Kennard Garrett   Keyboards
Daniel Groover   Guitar
Glenn Camp   Drums
Bart Buckso   Electric Guitar
Jason Perry   Keyboards
Polow da Don   Vocals
Rock City   Vocals

Technical Credits

R. Kelly   Arranger,Producer
Cutfather   Producer
Ron Fair   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Executive Producer,Vocal Arrangements,String Arrangements,Vocal Producer
Jimmy Iovine   Executive Producer
Kara DioGuardi   Producer,Vocal Producer
Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon   Producer
Rodney Jerkins   Composer,Producer,Vocal Producer
Chris Jackson   Vocal Engineer
Rev. T.L. James   Composer
Steve Baughman   Engineer
Timbaland   Producer
Mike Donaldson   Engineer
Blake Eiseman   Engineer
Julian Peploe   Art Direction
Matthew Rolston   Cover Photo
Chris Godbey   Engineer
Tito Vasquez   Engineer
A.R. Rahman   Composer,Producer
Stefanie Ridel   Composer
Paul Foley   Engineer
Gretchen Anderson   Producer
LaShawn Daniels   Vocal Producer
Fernando Garibay   Composer,Programming,Producer,Instrumentation
Abel Garibaldi   Engineer
Alexander Greggs   Special Effects
Tim Mosley   Composer
Mike Tocci   Engineer
Eric Schlotzer   Programming,Engineer
Jeff Haddad   Management
Julian Vasquez   Engineer
Ian Mereness   Programming,Engineer
Andreas "Quiz" Romdhane   Programming,Instrumentation
Wayne Hector   Composer
Tal Herzberg   Producer,Engineer
Nicole Scherzinger   Composer,Executive Producer,Vocal Arrangements,Vocal Producer
S. Garrett   Composer
Rodney Jenkins   Composer
Josef Larossi   Programming,Instrumentation
DJ Mormile   Executive Producer
Osinachi Nwaneri   Composer,Producer
Robin Antin   Executive Producer
Sean Garrett   Programming,Producer,Instrumentation
Jeff Meeks   Programming,Engineer
Ne-Yo   Producer
Miles Walker   Engineer
S. Dot   Producer
"Angry" Mike Eleopoulos   Engineer
H. Srudhar   Engineer
Tony Terrebonne   Engineer
Daniel Laporte   Engineer
Jeff Norskog   Management
Calvo DaGr8   Producer
Ginger Ramsey   Marketing
Patrick "J Que" Smith   Composer
Gulzar   Composer
Cristyle   Vocal Producer
Jonas Jeberg   Composer,Programming,Producer,Instrumentation
Roberto Vazquez   Engineer
Ester Dean   Vocal Producer
Chase N-Cashe   Producer
Clubba Langg   Producer
Theron M. Thomas   Composer
Timothy J. Thomas   Composer
Matt Wheeler   Engineer
Jordan Omley   Vocal Producer
Tanvi Shah   Composer
David "DQ" Quinones   Composer,Engineer
P.A. Deepak   Engineer
Aubry "Big Juice" Delaine   Engineer
Moses Laporte   Engineer
Timothy Thomas   Composer
Theron Thomas   Composer
E. Lewis   Composer
Kalenna Harper   Composer
Polow da Don   Producer
Cri   Composer
Evan "Kidd" Bogart   Composer
Tiffany Gouché   Composer

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Doll Domination 2.0 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
eh I'm not really a big fan of the pcds. I bought this album and all of their songs sound the same.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally, after it seems like it has been forever, The Pussycat Dolls return with their second studio album &amp quot Doll Domination&amp quot . But it is a real comeback? Their first album, &amp quot PCD&amp quot featured 12 tracks, covering some of the greatest songs ever recorded including &amp quot Tainted Love and &amp quot Hot Stuff&amp quot . It featured many different types of music including pop, hip hop, theater, and club music. However, this album doesn't have that wide range of different music styles that PCD did. This album focuses on the pop and hip hop versions of the Dolls &quot a more dancier version&quot which is good. There are some more ballads on this album. Two unreleased songs, originally recorded by Nicole, the lead &quot Who's Gonna Love You and Happily Never After&quot are included on this album. However, the album still has way too much Nicole on it. The other Dolls are barely noticed. Nicole is a great singer, but she needs to let the other Dolls do some lead vocals. The album is very different from the last. Some differences are the longer songs and the different sounds. The best songs on the album are by far &amp quot When I Grow Up&amp quot and &amp quot Bottle Pop&amp quot featuring Snoop Dogg. I do think that they should have put more songs on here that reference the real stars that they are, not the cheeky songs that are on here. You may wonder by looking at this review why I gave it 4/5 stars. Well, I love the Pussycat Dolls and I'm all about the fun songs, but for other fans, this album might not work. So I suggest that before buying this album that you listen to samples of the songs on Barnes &amp amp first. So Nicole, next time, more appearences by the other Dolls. And for all the Dolls, less cheeky songs and more serious stuff!
Guest More than 1 year ago
OMG!!!! this song was the best i love this song if you see the music video you'll see why and the ussy cat dolls are the best dacers in the world my favorite is melody she rocks if only she was the star you should buy this CD i would but iall ready have it but... o well 3
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this album is just garbage just pure garbage pcd has destroyed alot of classic songs and bands like metallica,slayer,mushroomhead,guns n roses and of course marilyn manson at least those bands do justice to cover songs also children of bodom does cover songs and they do justice to the songs they choose to cover these chicks have destroyed tons of classic songs these girls or chicks or whatever you call them are only in it for the money not the fans this girl group is a disgrace when they released their first studio album i knew they were going to go nowhere in the music industry this group is terrible both live and in the studio
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love their music i love when i grow up the most its my favorite so far i hav a top 15 from their music
RachelAyanna More than 1 year ago
This album is amazing! I love it!! Every track means something to me Its inspiring, uplifting, and liberating. Thanks Nicole, Melody, PCD girls and Creator for being my inspiration! Talent, Beauty, Power. Shoot, we charming ; ) !!!!
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pcd stinks just stinks they are one terrible pop group they only make music for sex appeal nothing else plus they all stink at singing you want real music look elsewhere pcd stinks end of story