31 March 2007

Tainted Love

This one from Fashion Rocks 2004. Nic is live, but I think Kaya, isn't. I know for sure that both Carmit and Melody lipsynched. I have the iPod/PSP video is anyone would like.

Tainted Love (Fashion Rocks)

30 March 2007


Look what's now on the PCD wikipedia page:


Critics of The Pussycat Dolls have accused the group of having only one member sing (Scherzinger) and the rest as eye candy. However, Thornton contributes all the soprano background vocals and Bachar giving the alto background vocals. On several songs, Thornton also interjects melismatic vocal runs. Also, Thornton is lead in "Big Spender", co-lead with Bachar on "Fever", and Roberts, Bachar and Sutta are co-lead for "Santa Baby". Though Roberts and Sutta do not contribute vocals on many songs, Wyatt is the only member to have no vocal role in the group.

And again:

Wyatt is the only member to have no vocal role in the group.

Finally, someone other than me sees that!!! I love PCD, but give everyone a shot!!! I am starting to think that Kim is there only to dance, and I hate that cos I love all the Dolls. But at least someone else sees the vocal deficit.

Buttons Acapellas

Here I have two acapellas for you, the album version and the Snoop version. Basically the same but nice to have if you want to make an extended mix.

Buttons (Album Acapella)
Buttons f/Snoop (Acapella)

You're missing GREAT media!!

My file host is rapidshare.com and I can check which files are being downloaded, when, and how many. It seems that the older posts are being ignored!!! There are many good songs in the past (and they are all still valid). Yesterday I was busy downloading more PCD media from a trusted source (but it wasn't free). But I will be posting new songs today.


You may be missing songs you want but haven't found.

Alejandro ~dro~

29 March 2007

PCD Ringtones

REPOST: I am giving you guys access to my (meaning I made them)PCD ringtones...If you have a request, just ask me. But there they go:


Includes PCD (US), Sway, Flirt, and We Went As Far As We Felt Like Going:

PCD Ringtones

28 March 2007

Here is the "Beep" instrumental I used for my recording.

Beep (Instrumental)

And my version if you'd like:

Beep (Alejandro ~dro~, Version 2)

27 March 2007

Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)

"Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)" is the confirmed final single by the Grammy - nominated girl group, The Pussycat Dolls on their first album, PCD, finally chosen over "Bite the Dust", "How Many Times, How Many Lies", and "Tainted Love / Where Did Our Love Go".

This song is a mash-up of two songs: the verses are from Siobhan Fahey's 2002 song "Bitter Pill" (with altered lyrics) and the chorus is from Donna Summer's hit "Hot Stuff". "Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)" was confirmed as the final single in early March 2007 when the song started getting many downloads on iTunes, and reaching number thirty-two on the "Top 100 Pop" songs on iTunes (where it is called "Hot Suff (Want You Back)"). This song will be released on radio stations in April 2007. An official remix of "Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)" was released on the European CD single of "Beep".

Supposedly this is PCD's final single. I guess! They truly need a new single, I am not hating. I love the Dolls but some new material is desperately needed. (Just think, the vocals for this song were put down nearly two years ago!!!) I really hope the next album has Nicole giving up the reins, she has a solo album, there will be SIX other Dolls who would now need to sing. So here it is (the unofficial radio edit).

Hot Stuff (I Want You Back) (Radio Edit)

PCD History

For anyone who doesn't know all about the Dolls, this from wikipedia:


1993–2003: Dance troupe beginnings

Some sources claim that Robin Antin began exploring the idea of a modern burlesque troupe in 1993 with her friend Linh Le and Christina Applegate (both friends since high school); the troupe's first performance was in 1995. During this period they performed with numerous guest vocalists (see list below), with a repertoire of '50s and '60s pop standards and dressed in lingeriepin-up costumes. and/or old-fashioned

They secured a Thursday night residency at Los Angeles nightclub "The Viper Room", where they stayed from 1995 to 2001. In June 1999 Playboy ran a Pussycat Dolls pictorial, featuring at least contemporary members Kasey Campbell, Kiva Dawson, Erica Gudis and Lindsley Allen. In 2002 they moved to The Roxy. The group became internationally popular and was featured in magazines, television specials for MTV and VH1, ad campaigns, and movies. Some of the Dolls appeared in the 2003 film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle dancing to "The Pink Panther Theme".

Carmen Electra was the group's lead performer for many of their shows. She said "I was part of the Dolls for two years and did every show with them...but financially, I couldn't become part of their new music project...It was a financial sacrifice I couldn't make."[1] She did, however, make a cameo appearance in the music video for "Don't Cha".

With the involvement of music producers Jimmy Iovine and Ron Fair, the Pussycat Dolls were re-cast, transformed into an Pop / R&B recording group, and signed up as employees of Iovine's label Interscope Records.

In 2003, Electra formed another burlesque troupe called The Bombshell Babies, which included ex-Dolls Staci Flood and Nadine Ellis.

2003-present: Music career

In 2003, Nicole Scherzinger, a former member of Popstars winners Eden's Crush, became the group's lead singer. The group's current lineup is Scherzinger; Carmit Bachar (who joined in 1995); Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts (who joined in 2001); Jessica Sutta (who joined in 2002); and Melody Thornton, (who joined in 2003). They opened the MTV Asia Awards 2004.

In September and October 2004 the soundtrack CDs for the films Shark Tale and Shall We Dance? were released, each containing one track by the Dolls. "Sway" from Shall We Dance?music video. also became their first single and first

In 2005, The Pussycat Dolls released their debut album PCD. It debuted at #5 on the BillboardDon't Cha" (with Busta Rhymes), a cover of the moderate hit Tori Alamaze single, became their first major hit. The follow-up, "Stickwitu", became the group's first U.S. # 1 Billboard Pop Radio hit. It went on to sell well over 3 million digital downloads and CDs worldwide and became their second #1 single in a row in the UK. The third single, "Beep", featured Black Eyed Peas lead rapper will.i.am. They recently released their latest single, "Buttons", featuring Snoop DoggUK singles chart, #3. The group's sixth single from the album is the high-tempo club track "Wait A Minute" and was released in the United States on August 2006; "I Don't Need a Man" will be released in Canada (the video premiered on MuchOnDemand September 14th, 2006), the UK and Ireland, and "Sway" will be released as the 5th single in Continental Europe. The 5th single in Australia and New Zealand is also "I Don't Need A Man". 200, selling about 100,000 copies, and has spawned seven singles. The second single " which followed the success of the previous singles and went straight into the top 3 on the

The Pussycat Dolls are proving to be a recognized female group as MTV Hits (UK) marks them as #1 in Top 10 Female Groups (July 2006) beating #2 Destiny's Child and #7 Spice Girls. Furthermore, securing #1 in VH1's (UK) 'Top 20 Sexiest' #2 in TMF's Ultimate 20 Women in Pop (August 2006) and #6 in TMF's Girls of R&B countdown.

The group won a Billboard Music Award for "Don't Cha" the (Ralphi Rosario Mix) as Hot Dance Music/Club Play Single of the Year. The song was also nominated for Top-Selling Single of the Year and Top-Selling Dance Single of the Year.

At the SXSW music conference in 2006, Interscope lawyer Darryl Franklin said, during a panel discussion, that the contract with the group is unique in that its members are actually salaried employees of the record label and, by design, completely interchangeable. This means that in addition to CD sales, the label also controls merchandise, web sites and all other commercial aspects of the group and their income, excluding song publishing.[2]

In 2006, San Francisco-based company Doppelganger (along with Interscope Records) launched the PCD Music Lounge, an interactive website.

On June 30th's VSpot Top 20 Countdown, host Matt Pinfield announced that Scherzinger has written twelve new songs for the follow-up album to 2005's PCD. The Pussycat Dolls reportedly aim to start recording their Double the Trouble, to be released in late 2007.

On July 12, the single "Don't Cha" was certified gold and platinum.

In late 2006, The Pussycat Dolls were also featured in a commercial for Cingular Wireless along with Ludacris and KoRn.

Scherzinger is working on a solo album, reportedly also due for release in 2007. She has publicly stated that although she is releasing a solo album, she is not leaving The Pussycat Dolls. Her first single is set for release in February and her album soon after.

On December 7, 2006 the group received a Grammy nomination in the Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group category for their hit ballad "Stickwitu". Later that month, the group was selected to perform for the introduction for ABC's coverage of the NBA.[3] In 2007, a version of "Right Now" is being used as a theme song for the NBA, the lyrics have been altered.

In April 2007, the Pussycat Dolls will release their final single from PCD, "Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)".

On Wednesday 14th March 2007 the Pussycat Dolls performed at the Manchester Evening News Arena in a concert that was streamed live via *MSN Music.


Pussycat Dolls in Dublin at the Meteor Music Awards
Pussycat Dolls in Dublin at the Meteor Music Awards

In 2006, the Pussycat Dolls performed live shows in North America supporting the Black Eyed Peas. As headliners they toured the UK, Europe and Malaysia.

On August 8, 2006, after a Dolls concert in Kuala Lumpur, their concert promoter, Absolute Entertainment, was charged with flouting Malaysian decency laws. The Malay Mail quoted Culture Arts and Heritage Minister Datuk Mohamad Arif Abdul Rahman as saying: "I believe the way the Pussycat Dolls behaved onstage amounted to gross indecency". The charge was settled by paying a fine of RM5000 (US$1358 ).[4]

In November 2006 to January 2007, the Dolls toured the UK and Ireland with Rihanna as their support act.[5]

In 2007 the Dolls are touring North America as a support act for Christina Aguilera's Back To Basics Tour, along with Danity Kane.


The Dolls' repertoire includes contemporary R&B, Pop and cover versions. The original songs are mostly written by professional songwriters and/or producers; Scherzinger is the only group member to have co-written any tracks. The covers often fit within the traditions of burlesque, cabaret and drag shows; featuring musical vamps and flirtatious choreography.

Their recorded cover versions include: "We Went As Far As We Felt Like Going" (Labelle); "Sway" (Dean Martin); "Santa Baby" (Eartha Kitt); "Feelin' Good" (Nina Simone); "Tainted Love" (Gloria Jones/Soft Cell); "Where Did Our Love Go" (The Supremes/Soft Cell); a mash-upDonna Summer's "Hot Stuff" with Siobhan Fahey's "Bitter Pill"; "Right Now" (Mel Torme); and "Don't Cha" (Tori Alamaze). of

Their live cover versions have included: "It's Oh So Quiet" (Betty Hutton/Björk); "Big Spender" (Chita Rivera/Shirley Bassey); "Fever" (Peggy Lee); "The Pink Panther Theme" (Henry Mancini); "These Boots Are Made For Walking" (Nancy Sinatra); and "Whole Lotta Love" (Led Zeppelin).[6]


The Pussycat Dolls have been accused of being a group where only one member sings (Scherzinger) while the rest are just eye candy. However, Thornton and Bachar contribute backing vocals, and Thornton interjects melismatic vocal runs on numerous tracks. Also, Thornton is lead in "Big Spender" and "Fever" while Bachar, Roberts and Sutta are co-lead for "Santa Baby".

Empowerment messages

Press releases for and interviews with the Dolls have often included statements about the group representing or modeling "empowerment" of women and girls. This empowerment includes (but is not restricted to) encouraging women to be openly expressive of sexual desire, and to "take control" in their relationships. In this, and other aspects, they take a similar approach to the Spice Girls and their promotion of "Girl Power".

PCD Chart History

Here is the single info if anyone didn't know:

Sales statistics

  • Worldwide album sales: 6,713,000
  • Worldwide single sales: 18,166,000
  • Combined sales: 24,879,000


Year Title Chart positions Album
2005 "Don't Cha" (featuring Busta Rhymes) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PCD
2005 "Stickwitu" 5 1 9 2 1 11 4 1 PCD
2006 "Beep" (featuring will.i.am) 13 2 48 3 1 5 1 4 PCD
2006 "Buttons" (featuring Snoop Dogg) 3 3 14 2 1 4 1 2 PCD
2006 "I Don't Need a Man" TBR 7 11 6 7 11 14 6 PCD
2007 "Wait a Minute" (featuring Timbaland) 28 60 24 16 24 TBR 10 3 PCD

Number ones 1 2 1 1 4 1 3 2

Double The Trouble

This is supposed info on the second album:

Interesting developing news .....

Just came across this on my daily checkup on the music scene:

Robin Antin phoned into the 103.7 Kiss FM morning show today to talk about the successful new reality show on the CW entitled simply The Search For The Next Doll. She confirmed the girls have been hard at work on the new album while touring with Christina Aguilera and that the winner has recorded some vocals for the new album. Robin also said Lil' Kim and Miss Aguilera herself will be on the album

Also, Aamer Haleem on VH1 confirmed the girls album will be out by the late-summer and is reportedly called "Double The Trouble" on the weekly countdown.

And the page on WikiPedia

is set to be the second album from The Pussycat Dolls.[citation needed]

Most of the songs were recorded in late 2006, the process continuing into early 2007. The Dolls, in an interview with German teen magazine Yam, have also confirmed working on this album. It has been confirmed that all the Dolls will each have some solo spots on this album, although main vocals will still come from Nicole Scherzinger, backed up by Carmit Bachar, Jessica Sutta, and Melody Thornton. Female rapper Lil' Kim will also appear on a song on the album. Until January 13, 2007 Double the Trouble was a rumored title for the album, but it was "confirmed" by Aamer Haleem on Vh1's Top 20 Countdown. It was also revealed that the winner of the CW's Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll will also be on the album.

[edit] Confirmed tracks (FALSE SO FAR)

  1. "Work It" (featuring Timbaland)
  2. "Show Me What You Got" (featured on the Live from London DVD)
  3. "Let's Go Faster"
  4. "Double the Trouble"
  5. "Charging You"
  6. "Fever / Big Spender" {featuring Christina Aguilera)
  7. "Push It"
  8. "You're All I've Been Missing'"
  9. "Sexier Than Her" (featuring Lil' Kim)
  10. "Moving On" (featuring Jay-Z)
  11. "Betcha Want Me" (featuring Danity Kane)
  12. "Let's Dance" (featuring Avant)
  13. "Being the One"
  14. "Baby I Need It" (featuring Chingy)
  15. "Bang! Bang!" (featuring Prince)

Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll

I have to admit, I hated the idea of a new Doll, but I watched tonight for the first time. I LOVE IT!!! I hope that Asia wins. She is my favorite. BTW Sisely got BOOTED!!!
From Wikipedia:

Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll is an American reality TV series that premiered on March 6, 2007 on The CW. The series will take place over the course of eight weeks. It is a joint venture between Ken Mok's 10x10 Entertainment, Pussycat LLC, Interscope A&M Records, Wonderland Sound and Vision, and Warner Horizon Television.

The series will follow a group of young women as they go through an audition process to join the girl group The Pussycat Dolls. The contestants, who will also live together during the course of the series, will be groomed by the group's founder Robin Antin (who is also the series co-producer/creator) and will be judged on their vocal and dancing ability. The winner will join The Pussycat Dolls as the act's seventh member alongside the current members, who will also appear in the series.

The winner of the show will be featured on the sophomore album of The Pussycat Dolls, Double the Trouble.

In Australia, the show will air on Channel Ten, rumoured to be starting in early April.

PCD Remixes (2006)

Here is a track that I made. I doubled the song using a program and created an album of PCD that way. The best song is "Stickwitu" done this way. This version really emphasizes Nicole's voice. Here you go:

Stickwitu (PCD Remix)

Beep 2 Video

This is the "Beep" video with my voice. I will be posting the video for downloads in MHQ tonight (.m4v).


I am going to individually post instrumentals tonight. They will be offered separately. I also have many other songs that Nicole has been featured in, as well as "Go Too Far" by Jibbs featuring Melody. Any requests are also open.

26 March 2007


Do you any of you guys like Nelly (the rapper,not Furtado). I am thinking of offering his media here too. He is my favorite hip-hop/rap artist, so I was maybe going to add him (everyonce in awhile). Here's a track if anyone is interested. If if doesn't get many downloads I will not add Nelly.

Nelly - Tip Drill

Buttons Video Remix

Video remixes Part 2. Here's the video remix of Buttons f/Snoop Dogg. It's a DVD rip of the music video on the PCD Live From London DVD which totally means it's the MOST official rip you will EVER find. Only at PCD MVM.

Buttons (Video Remix)
(Link fixed)

And my version (without the Dance Break)

Buttons (Alejandro ~dro~)(Sample)

Buttons f/Snoop Dogg (Alejandro ~dro~)

Beep Video Remix

Yoyoyo...lol. Here's the video remix of Beep f/will.i.am. It's a DVD rip of the music video on the PCD Live From London DVD. So, it's the MOST official rip you will EVER find. Only at PCD MVM for you guys!!

Beep (Video Remix)

And my version (it should be playing RIGHT NOW)

Beep 2 (Alejandro ~dro~)

25 March 2007

Live From Manchester Part 3

Hey this is from NICOLEFAN.COM. The link to the Concert in WMV. It's approx. 490 mbs.


PCD iPod Videos

These are NOT mine, just passing them onto you. I have better DVD Rips, if any of you would like.

Don't Cha
I Don't Need A Man
Wait A Minute

Hot Stuff (I Want You Back) Live From London

The Live From London DVD had some songs cut; this is one of them. This is a shortened version that aired on Vodafone TBA in the UK. Enjoy!

Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)

Tainted Love/ Las Vegas

Here is a rip I did: It's the Dolls on the TV Show performing "Tainted Love". It's not live, they recorded a version and lipsynched. It's still pretty nice though.

Tainted Love (Las Vegas)

Get Over Yourself Version 7

Hey! Here's a song of mine...a cover of Eden's Crush. Comment please!

Get Over Yourself

Blog Opinions

What do you guys think of the blog? I am just beginning as you can see. I just wanted to hear what everyone thinks. If anyone has a coment, look below. Just let me know what you like, what you would like, and what you don't like.


Alejandro ~dro~

PCD Tour Edition Ringtones

Last post till tomorrow night---

This came out November 21st 2006. I got the CD at Best Buy (it said 'import) for 18.99. I haven't seen a copy in America since. Here are the kinda rare ringtones from the Tour/Special Edition of PCD. (These ones are M4A, just convert to MP3 *** NOTE please read the introduction on files here at PCD MVM)

  1. "He Always Answers (Ringback Tone)" - 0:40
  2. "Vibrate off the Table (Ringtone)" - 0:39
  3. "Freaky Fun Message (Voicemail ID)" - 0:19
  4. "PCD (Text Alert)" - 0:06

24 March 2007

Live From Manchester

Hey!!! If you'd like the live from Manchester WMV directly from the site, here is the MMS link.
Go over to VLC (if you haven't downloaded it, here) Go to open file, check STREAM/SAVE and go to settings. Check DUMP RAW INPUT and FILE. In the box write PCD.WMV or whatever, but it must be WMV. It'll let you watch the video as it is being recorded. If this doesn't work use this page for help.

*** NOTE: IF this concert shows up on DVD, this post will be deleted.

Eden's Crush

Anybody happen to know who Eden's Crush is? I do. I used to watch the show they were 'created' on, Popstars, religiously. I even have the show on VHS. But most importantly, Nicole was in the group. Their music was great, better than PCD (in quality, not popularity) and Nic wasn't the center (completely). Here is the album:

Eden's Crush - Popstars

Credit to http://starskingcharlez.blogspot.com/

The group had two singles, only the first being successful. It was called "Get Over Yourself", recorded in both English and Spanish (as "Solo Piensas En Ti"). The second single was "Love This Way", also recorded in Spanish (but I cannot find it--it was "Se Que Tu Tambien"). Here you go:

Get Over Yourself
Solo Piensas En Ti

Love This Way Listen
Download Remix

Special Post

Special Post--

Personal Music

This is my version of Buttons f/Snoop. It's a rough coupy, I'm still editing.

Buttons f/Snoop Dogg.m4a

Live From Manchester



AAC (.m4a) Files

Don't Cha Bite The Dust
Buttons (Ending Remix)
Doll Introduction
I Don't Need A Man (Remix)
Don't Cha Groove (Interlude)
Feelin' Good
Thanks to the Fans
How Many Times/How Many Lies
Tainted Love
Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)
Bite The Dust/Interlude
Show Us What You Got
Wait A Minute (Interlude)
Wait A Minute
Don't Cha/Ending
Don't Cha (Credits)

Concert Here

Live From London

HERE IT IS!!! All separated and ready for your listening pleasure. PCD!! PCD!!!

PCD Live From London

AAC (.m4a) Files

1. Don't Cha Bite The Dust
2. Buttons
3. Beep/Introduction
4. I Don't Need A Man
5. Feelin' Good (Solo)
6. Stickwitu
7. Show Us What You Got/Stomp
8. Wait A Minute
9. Don't Cha

PCD Live From London

PCD (US) Edition Ringtones

I am giving you guys access to my PCD ringtones...If you have a request, just ask me. But there they go:

Don't Cha (Chorus)
Beep (Nicole)
Beep (Carmit)
Beep (Melody)
Wait A Minute (Chorus)
Stickwitu (Chorus)
Buttons (Chorus)
I Don't Need A Man (Chorus)
Hot Stuff (I Want You Back) (Chorus)
How Many Times/How Many Lies (Chorus)
Bite The Dust (Chorus)
Right Now
Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go

23 March 2007

Pussycat Dolls AOL Sessions

I have a collection of songs from PCD's appearance at AOL Sessions awhile back. Here's the set list:
Don't Cha (Ending Remix)


Buttons/Beep Medley (Remixes)

Live From London: Stickwitu

This is my favorite live performance of Stickwitu; Carmit and Melody actually sing where the usually don't; this is from the Live From London DVD Audio I will be uploading tonight.

Live From London: Stickwitu

Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go

This is one of my favorite songs off of PCD, I have even recorded my own versions. I have some live versions as well.

Tainted Love


Sorry..I am back!!! I got the PCD Live From Manchester video from a trusted site and ripped it to MP4. I also got the audio (1 hr 4min 4sec) but I cut it and made individual tracks. I'm uploading tonight and i will have the link soon!