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Danity Kane was an American female music group signed to Bad Boy Records, first established in 2005. Formed on the third installment of MTV's Making the Band reality television series, the quintet comprised members Aubrey O'Day, Wanita "D. Woods" Woodgett, Shannon Bex, Dawn Richard, and Aundrea Fimbres.

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  • Audio CD (August 13, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bad Boy
  • ASIN: B000GIXEB8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (195 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,584 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Danity Kane's concept isn't revolutionary--bind five gorgeous, vocally gifted girls together at the hip and the world is bound to take notice--but its role as a reality TV band is: Here, finally, is the reason to stop raking contestants over the coals and accept that the tube can spawn some seriously hot music. Whether they're a Making the Band fluke or a solid indication that the TV talent pool is deepening season by season is anybody's guess, but there's no denying these ladies, hand-plucked by Diddy, pack a post-R&B sizzle roving ears won't soon tire of. With a vibe more En Vogue than Destiny's Child--spot-on harmonizing, synchronized vocal tumbles, the occasional righteous yelp--they strut their way through 14 solid tracks, some whispery ("Ooh Ahh," "Stay With Me"), some noisy ("Back Up"), all sexy. Club cut "Show Stopper" featuring fellow Bad Boy artist Yung Joc is the disc's first single and breakout track, but look for another song, "Heartbreaker," to outlast it: with its languid acoustic guitar and midsong break, it casts a booty-swiveling, body-rocking spell. --Tammy La Gorce

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I love every single song on this album!
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I was one of the first ones in the store to get this CD.
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The main difference is that... They can actually sing.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ruth E. Mejia on August 31, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I wasn't an original follower of the band but after seeing a few episodes of Making the Band 3, I got hooked on them, specially Aundrea. My album arrived the same day that my Jessica Simpson C.D. arrived. I opted to listen to Jessica's first because I knew if I listened to Danity Kane first I would be extremely dissapointed in Jessica. Well, here's my opinion on every song:

1-"One Shot" (3.5/5) I like this song but I feel there are better songs than this one in the album.

2-"Heartbreaker" (3/5) I don't care much for this song. It could have been left out of the c.d. Makes no difference 2 me.

3-"Want It" (5/5) I absolutely love this song. For some reason I CANNOT stop listening to it. Its lyrics and beat are just FABULOUS! It is definitely a potential single.

4-"Right Now" (5/5) OMG! Boy, do I love this song! The smooth vocals and hot beat make this song a winner and another possible single. It is magnificent!

5-"Show Stopper" (5/5) At first, I was a little bit iffy when it came to this song. Honestly, there are better songs on the album that could have been the girls' first single, but it has grown into me and I absolutely adore it.

6-"Hold Me Down" (5/5) Aundrea's fabulous vocals make this song what it is! Great beat, great lyrics... great song. HIGHLIGHT: Aundrea's vocals in the 3rd verse.

7-"Come Over (Interlude)" (4.5/5) Oddly enough, this is a pretty good interlude. They should have made it into a complete song though.

8-"Ooh Ahh" (5/5) I absolutely loooove this song. The lyrics and vocals are as good as they can get in this song. Wonderful!

9-"Press Pause" (2.5/5) I pretty much don't like this song whatsoever. Its lyrics are weak and the beat doesn't do much for me.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Dorrie Wheeler on August 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
It would be easy for me to just say "I Like It," and bounce because I enjoyed it that much.

Danity Kane won a legion of fans thanks to appearing on the MTV series Making The Band Three. The group recently released their debut self-titled CD. The group is a certified smash hit, they sold 90,000 copies of their album on the first day of release! The CD is really good. How could the girls miss with Diddy overseeing the project. He hooked up his lovely MTV reality star ladies with the hottest producers and song writers in the industry. The result is a solid 15 track CD, one song is a hidden bonus track.

Fans of the show will like this CD because it will give them a chance to hear the completed versions of songs they saw the girls working on during the series. "One Shot," "Hold Me Down," "Ride For You," and the Scott Storch produced song "Sleep On It," are all songs viewers got to see the girls working on during the third season of Making The Band Three.

Every song on the album sounds solid. It's surprising that "Show Stopper" was chosen as the first single. Obviously, the song has caught on with the Danity Kane fans as it is a top download on iTunes. Other Danity Kane songs that are on the iTunes top 100 chart include "Sleep on It," "Ride For You," and "One Shot." It's a really great debut from the girls of Danity Kane. The CD liner notes include full color photos and one page acknowledgements from each of the group members--Dawn, Aubrey, D. Woods, Shannon and Aundrea.

The album includes production by Scott Storch, Ryan Leslie, Timbaland, Brian Michael Cox, Rodney Jerkins among other top producers.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Matthew D. Hunt on August 24, 2006
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First of all I'd like to start by saying that "Scooter" probably didn't even listen to this album, and if he did, he really doesn't know much about music. Yes, they do have 5 lead singers, that is what makes them unique. And if you paid any attention at all you would know that they CAN harmonize...very well in fact. Saying that all of the songs sound the same just tells me that you don't enjoy this type of music to begin with. Are you kidding me? There is a HUGE variety on this album. A couple slow ballads, some uptempo beats, and some that are in-between. They don't sound alike at all! We're talking about world-class producers on this album, such as Timbaland, Rodney Jerkins, Bryan Cox, and Scott Storch. All of these guys know how to make hit records, and they have the platinum albums to prove it. Hip hop and pop instrumentals are mainly created electronically...that's just the way the industry has gone. That doesn't mean these guys don't have talent. I'd like to see you make a hit record. Oh, and if you weren't ignorant you would know that there are only 2 white girls in this group. Now moving on to my review...

1. One Shot (****1/2) - I like the beat, the vocals are great, but I'm not sure if it's worthy of being a single. It just doesn't have the mainstream appeal. However, that's because it's a unique track.

2. Heartbreaker (***1/2) - I don't like the lyrics in this song, lol. I don't want them to say they're going to break my heart! The beat is pretty good, but again I don't feel this track is worthy of a single.

3. Want It (****1/2) - Love the beat, love the vocals, and the lyrics are good, too. This could catch on as a single...I'm sure there are many females out there who can relate to another girl trying to steal their man!

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Diddy sucks!
I aggree. Diddy has become a joke. He went from being a backup dancer, to a producer, then someone must've lied to him and told him he would be a good artist. He needs to just fall back for alittle bit
Nov 3, 2006 by S. J. Odriozola |  See all 2 posts
'Sleep On It' not on Album
Just buy it on iTunes when it comes out and it will have it, but I heard that it will be on the CD, Track #16 I think....
Aug 7, 2006 by Ejere A. Elekwachi |  See all 8 posts
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Many of the tracks are mid/uptempo, but there are a few ballads. Most of the songs have a little hip hop flavor to them. I hope that answers your question.
Sep 25, 2006 by W. E. Phillips |  See all 3 posts
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The first single is definitely NOT the best song on this album. I'm not sure what others will become singles, but there are several possibilities. I disagree with being more mainstream, because people get tired of hearing the same things over and over again. Danity Kane sounds like nothing... Read More
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