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Music Review: PCD

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By: Sunil Noronha
Tuesday, April 11, 2006

The Pussy Cat Dolls are not new to the scene, they just weren't singing as much as they were dancing. With PCD, they have infused into the music that we hear around the burlesque style of music. Its like a real mini broadway show with just the likeable parts-you know when you cant make head nor tail of the music of the play, when the song just goes on and on..........their touch is in bringing dancing/singing combination to the small screen. Since it is too wised ranged to have in a video, they have adapted their "mini broadway" style to fit into the size of TV. What hooks you on to them is their melody, harmony and that they do it with such ease-bring it all to together.

PCD has got it all-the vocals, the moves the attitude, the groove, the punch. Stick with you shows off their "jazz stylings"-the way they slide from one note to the next. Don't Cha shows that they can do what any other female pop group/artiste can be categorized under, much better than they do it. Beep adds it all together in one song. One thing that makes them stand out is that while female pop artistes and groups have voices that one wouldn't know by listening to a majority of their work, this group sings really well along with doing the moves and commanding attention (they were before bursting onto the scene).

Another thing that separates them from their contemporaries is that while their contemporaries started much more sober and them got wilder with the years and the exposure, they have started out wild. They have no qualms about the camera. They are not acting humble saying that they have no right to say that they are good. They are confident and ground breaking.

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