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2008 album from platinum recording artists from Making The Band. Danity Kane have more than matched their Cinderella story debut, crafting an irresistible collection of new hits in association with such studio superstars as Danja, Stereotypes, Bryan Michael Cox, and Seven Aurelius (LL Cool J, Ashanti, Vanessa Carlton). Features the single 'Damaged'.
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  • Audio CD (March 18, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bad Boy
  • ASIN: B00132D7ZE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,707 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Antoine D. Reid VINE VOICE on March 18, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I haven't been a big fan of Danity Kane. I found their first release to leave much to be desired with only one or two decent tracks. In my opinion though, 'Welcome to the Dollhouse' is a much better release and far more entertaining. There's a very R&B/Pop vibe running throughout the album and where as 'interludes' are usually distracting and take away from the music, I felt they were handled well in this release and actually keep the flow going from start til end instead of letting the vibe fall flat each time they come up.

'Damaged' is definitely among the best tracks and was a good choice for first single. Unlike many albums these days, it isn't the only good track that has single potential. 'Sucka For Love' stands out for the production values, making it sound more like a 90s pop song and rather fresh. 'Ecstasy' is another song with a nice groove that features Rick Ross while 'Poetry' slows down and attempts to features each member's vocal abilities. 'Lights Out', the upbeat anthem 'Pretty Boy' and the Missy Elliot track 'Bad Girl' are all fun tracks that sound different and help make this album a solid effort that out does the first release.

In all, this is a good cd. While there are different styles throughout the cd one could also make the argument that at certain points the music blends together. There are some forgettable tracks that when stacked against those mentioned above sound far too similar and less thrilling than the others. I like that there are fewer tracks I'd skip over or consider filler and that the music is more pop/r&b than it is an attempt to be hip-hop or something the singers' image doesn't convey. I'd definitely recommend you check out this cd.
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I've been following the girls since day one. The first CD was pretty cool...but more R&Bish...but Welcome to The Dollhouse takes us in a whole different direction...im guessing this is the direction the girls want to go in. The CD is very pop...hardly any R&B. Very good dance party/club cd...but if ur in the mood for R&B the ballads on the cd hit the spot...the cd is something to pick up if ur looking for something different....don't expect a Total or Destiny's Child sound from this CD...it's very sexy pop...NICE!
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When I first listened to the new Danity Kane album "Welcome to the Dollhouse" on MTV'S The Leak, I wasn't really feeling it but after a couple of listens I was pretty good. I guess the production and sound was all over the place, it took me a minute to catch the groove of this cd, but now I'm really feeling it. The first single, "Damaged" was a great way to start off the album as a lead single. "Pretty Boy", "Sucka for Love" really made me get this album, "Bad Girl" with Missy, and "Poetry" are the pretty much standout tracks on this album. The track "Ecstacy" is a great track but Rick Ross wasn't needed on it; the track was fine without him. The interludes "Secret Place" and " Picture This" should've been songs cause they would've sounded wonderful.
All in all, this is a great follow-up to their debut album & glad that Diddy didn't let them fade in the background cause this would've been good talent went to waste. The girls stepped up their writing skills which shows them evolving as artists... So DK keep doing your thing.
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So, if that is what you are expecting from DK's second cd, then don't bother picking this one up. If you're a music lover of all types of music then stop and listen. This cd is pop and has only a pinch of r&b in it. It is a different change from their first cd, but it's still good.
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It's amazing how quick people judge music these days, without giving it a good chance at the very least thinking it was a good effort. I see a lot of reviews, mostly ones that sounds like they know what they're talking about, but we all know they just hatin'. An honest review has to show pros & cons, and an overall opinion, so that's what I'm gonna give you!

"Welcome To The Dollhouse" is certainly a welcoming effort. This album features growth and maturity among each of the female vocalists, as well as strength and professionalism as a musical group. They fought hard to make something of this album, something that doesn't just label it as "sophmore album". They wanted to show how they feel, what they know, and what kinds of songs that they believed in for this album, and it paid off. This has got to be one of the best albums this year!

"Damaged" was a brilliant choice for the first single. Although, it hasn't yet to hit #1 spot, this particular tracks is so much different compared to their previous singles. The thumping beat, electronic sounds, and beautiful vocals - this where Pop music is going. A club tracks with emotional lyrics, amazing! I'm impressed with the up-beat club tracks they really wanted to have, such as, "Bad Girl" featuring the notorious Missy Elliott, "Pretty Boy" produced by Nate 'Danja' Hills which got me dancing on the spot, and "Striptease" with their sensual and Siren-like vocals. Their mid-tempo tracks definitely struck harder than your usual mid-tempo songs, such as, "Sucka For Love" with it's catchy lyrics and 90's sound which is worthy of a single release, and "Ecstacy" featuring Rick Ross which has cool vocals and a smooth groove. One particular song that I felt stood out the most, was the fan-favourite, "Poetry".
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