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The Dutchess - Deluxe Enhanced, Extra tracks


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  • Audio CD (May 27, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks
  • Label: A&M Records
  • ASIN: B00181XY44
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (308 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,416 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. FERGALICIOUS
2. CLUMSY
3. ALL THAT I GOT (THE MAKE UP SONG)
4. LONDON BRIDGE
5. PEDESTAL
6. VOODOO DOLL
7. GLAMOROUS
8. HERE I COME
9. VELVET
10. BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY
11. MARY JANE SHOES
12. LOSING MY GROUND
13. FINALLY
14. BARRACUDA (Bonus Track)
15. PARTY PEOPLE - Nelly & Fergie (Bonus Track)
16. CLUMSY (COLLIPARK REMIX) - Featuring Soulja Boy Tell'em (Bonus Track)
17. LABELS OR LOVE (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

Explict Version. Deluxe Edition. 17 tracks includes 4 bonus tracks. Delights from the Dutchess of Black Eyed Pea! Fergie gets her groove on with reggae and ska on "Mary Jane Shoes," with Rita Marley; vintage soul on "Here I Come"; '80s Hip-Hop on "Fergalicious"; and sophisticated R&B on the John Legend-assisted "Finally."

Customer Reviews

It sounds like a 3rd grader wrote it... BUT!!
J. Williams
Fergie The Dutchess contains music blends of R&B with hints of pop music that also contain the well- known songs of Big Girls Don’t Cry and London Bridge.
marriedutopianstriver
Should have just downloaded the few songs that he liked instead of buying the whole cd.
Jennifer A Lewis

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3 of 0 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Fretwell on January 26, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I was a little wary of this album and what Fergie might do on her own initially but I have been listening to this album for a couple months now and I still enjoy it. The album is simply a fun pop album and actually a well crafted one, at that. The most interesting thing is that unlike many of today's pop albums, there is a great variety of styles and influences on each track and the various songs don't sound the same or blend together.

For "London Bridge" Fergie borrows some moves from Missy Elliot. This is a cool rap track that makes you want to dance. This song is NOT about sex, as far as I can tell, but about going to the club and shaking her booty. Yes, it is a little juvenile with the swear words but I can't help but like it. "Fergalicious" is a fun rap tune sampling some 80's pop. On "Pedastal" she sounds a bit like Pink and the song shows a strong punk influence. "Big Girls Don't Cry" is a highlight and sounds Pink-influenced as does "Losing my Ground." "Clumsy" and "All That I Got" are just bubblegum pop songs with an infectious beat. "Here I Come" samples a track of classic soul and is strong. "Mary Jane Shoes" throws in a bit of reggae just so no musical style is left out. My favorite track on the album is "Glamorous" which features a cameo by Ludacris and is a smoooth R&B hip hop track. "Velvet" and "Voodoo Doll" are the weakest tracks here but still acceptable. "Finally" is the last song and it is a very ambitious pop ballad with shades of Christina.

I am impressed with Fergie's voice which is strong and has a good range and decent expression. I also have to say that the wealth of styles in the material on one album was very ambitious and shows just how versatile Fergie is. Lyrically, there are some weaknesses, as others have pointed out.
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105 of 135 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Bryant on September 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Fergie is one of those artists whose style is not easy on the ears (or the eyes). To like her takes a little sense of humor, some perplexing preferences, and the ability to not always take music serious. To define her is rather hard, but she is somewhere in the middle of R&B star Kelis and pop star Gwen Stefani. This album "Dutchess" is not for the faint ears. The beats are wild with heavy sampling from some surprising artists. What do you expect from a woman who made a song called "My Humps"? This is fun music. Her goal was not to make a political statement or to reveal her inner self. She is making a record to introduce herself as a solo artist and for the people in the clubs dance the night away.

Vocally, Fergie offers many surprises. She shines on songs like

Voodoo Doll- an almost jazzy number mixed with rock

Finally- she almost sounds like X-tina on this song, but this song is one of the most "pop" songs on this cd

Velvet- sultry with a hint of Sade.

On Production. Fergie's producers went out their way to give her a sound all her own. She samples from some of the most surprising sources, too. Examples are:

Here I Am- she boldly sampled the Temptations classic "Get Ready"

Mary Jane Shoes- she sampled "No Woman, No Cry" from the great Bob Marley, but his widow backs Fergie on the tracks.

Lyrically, Fergie is weak. I cannot make up my mind if this is intentionally or if she really cannot write. Whatever the case, Fergie gives us some surprising (and funny) moments.

All That I Got (the Make-Up Song)- Fergie writes "Would u love me if I didn't work out or I didn't change my natural hair"

Fergalicious- Fergie writes "My body stay vicious. I be up in the gym just working on my fitness".
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Forsyth on August 9, 2007
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I purchased this product as a gift for my daughter. I purchased the "clean version". I enjoy Fergie and her music but would prefer the foul language were left out, so the clean version is a perfect choice. Her music is classic Fergie, she sings from the heart and keeps it upbeat. She is a young lady who has been through much and it comes out in her songs. Well worth the buy in my opinion.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "Letsgo2thestars" on December 15, 2007
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Fergie is an Aries. Me, a Taurus. I like her lively, fun and free-spirit, and her lyrics are super-funny, if not mindless...

"Every time I get up on a Dude/Poparazzi put my business in the news/Get up out my face/Before I spray Your a__ with mace/My looks make You wanna have a taste/"

Fergalicious - Upbeat, and the production is so addictive. Almost as bad as crack, I *assume*, thank You. 4.25/5

Clumsy - Fun beat, decent if not relate-able lyrics. 5/5

All That I Got (The Make Up Song) - Love the slowed-down, R&B vibe. Totally unexpected from Fergie, which isn't good, but great! 5.25/5

London Bridge - Lovely cause it's fun, it's sassy and definitely demands your attention. Decent pop ditty. 4.25/5

Pedestal - OK beat. Unnecessary as a whole. 2.5/5

Voodoo Doll - Much better than Pedestal. MUCH better. Hot beat, very, very jazzy; smooth. Great vocals. Love Fergie. Now only if she's pen a song or four... 5/5

Glamorous - Lovely anthem about being an anti-celeb, of sorts. 4.5/5

Here I Come - Really cute. 5/5

Velvet - Crazy-dreamy beat, and vocals that just melt your soul. Seriously, We may JUST have to watch out for this Chick. If She starts to write, then She will be more than an Entertainer - An Artist, She will be! 5.5/5

Big Girls Don't Cry - Nice, modern-time ballad. 4.25/5

Mary Jane Shoes - Samples "No Woman, No Cry" and many People will hate it for that reason! But I like it. The lyrics are far from deep, and speak on nice, Mary Jane Shoes. My aunt who is also an Aries, is the same - Super-crazy bout shoes! haha. Decent song. The rock anthem part is wicked. I love it. Pop-Rock at its funnest! 4.4/5

Losing My Ground - A ballad(?
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