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Doll Domination
Studio album by Pussycat Dolls
Released September 19, 2008 (2008-09-19)[1]
(see release history)
Recorded 2007 — 2009
Genre R&B, pop, dance
Length 62:40+
Label A&M / Interscope
Producer Robin Antin (executive),
Ron Fair (executive),
Jimmy Iovine (executive);
Gretchen Anderson, Dave Audé, Cutfather, Calvo Dagr8, Darkchild, Kara DioGuardi, S. Dot, Taz Halberg, Jonas Jeberg, R. Kelly, Clubba Langg, Ne-Yo, Osinachi Nwaneri, A.R. Rahman, Nicole Scherzinger, Timbaland
Pussycat Dolls chronology
Doll Domination
Singles from Doll Domination
  1. "When I Grow Up"
    Released: May 27, 2008
  2. "Whatcha Think About That"
    Released: September 9, 2008
  3. "I Hate This Part"
    Released: October 7, 2008
  4. "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)"
    Released: February 23, 2009
  5. "Bottle Pop"
    Released: March 6, 2009
  6. "Hush Hush; Hush Hush"
    Released: May 12, 2009

Doll Domination is the second studio album from United States American girlgroup Pussycat Dolls, released from September 19, 2008 by A&M Records. The album debuted at number four on the US album chart, selling 79,000 copies in its first week.[2] Despite spawning the hit singles "When I Grow Up", "Bottle Pop", "Whatcha Think About That" and "I Hate This Part" the album underperformed selling less than their previous album, PCD.

Throughout 2009 the album was reissued in several different forms including an EP (The Mini Collection), a compilation (Doll Domination 2.0) and a full bonus track edition (Doll Domination + 2009 Bonus Tracks). The new editions spawned two further singles including the worldwide number one "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" - the English interpretation of the soundtrack single from the box office smash Slumdog Millionaire as well as the Euro-dance smash "Hush Hush; Hush Hush".


Recording and production

MTV initially reported that the album would be called "To Those Who Wait" but later The Dolls would go on to say in an interview that the album would now be named Doll Domination after receiving many requests from fans. From mid 2006 production began with Rodney Jerkins, Sean Garrett and Timbaland with The Clutch. Other producers came on board as the project progressed. Initially the process was slow as lead singer Nicole Scherzinger was supposed to release her own solo project Her Name Is Nicole whilst production was ongoing. However the album did not materialize after Scherzinger had four failed US singles (despite "Baby Love" being successful in Europe). Consequently "When I Grow Up", "Who's Gonna Love You" and "Happily Never After" which were originally songs from the solo project became songs for Doll Domination.[3] Lead Doll Nicole Scherzinger spoke about the release on reality show Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search For the Next Doll where she name-dropped and performed a fourth song "Just Say Yes" recorded for her own solo album. After being scrapped the song was placed on the early tracklistings for the Dolls album by MTV, Amazon and HMV but never made the actual release.

Musical content

Executive-produced by Jimmy Iovine, Ron Fair and D.J. Mormile, "Doll Domination" boasted input from big-name US producers-of-the-day like Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins (the international Top Three lead off single "When I Grow Up"), Timbaland and Polow Da Don, and saw the group largely ditching the show-tune cover-versions that on their debut album reflected the band's burlesque-dance-troupe beginnings, to deliver an album of contemporary urban pop via cuts like the melodic R. Kelly duet "Out Of This Club" and the sassy "Elevator".[4]

The album saw Scherzinger become involved in the vocal production of many of the songs as well as designing the concept. Like the previous album she is the only member of the group to have writing credits on the album having contributed to "Bottle Pop", "Hush Hush", "Who's Gonna Love You" and "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)". She is also responsible for lead vocals on all of the songs. Melody Thornton provides additional backing vocals and ad-libs to many of the songs, although on "Elevator","Love The Way You Love Me" and "Painted Windows" she can be found sharing the lead vocals with Scherzinger. Additionally on "Takin' Over the World" she sings secondary vocals. The new songs from the 2009 recording sessions did see more of the group become involved vocally. Jessica Sutta makes her debut on "Top of the World" singing co-lead vocals with Thornton and Scherzinger. "Painted Windows" is the first song to feature all of the group singing back vocals but Thornton's ad-libs/additional vocals are limited to a two-line bridge near the end of the song.

The 2009 recording sessions spawned the tracks "Takin' Over the World (We Love To Entertain You)", "Hush Hush; Hush Hush", "Top of the World", "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny), "Painted Windows" and "Bad Girl" all of which except for the last are featured in some form on the re-release of the album although it does vary by territory. "Bad Girl" was instead released as part of the Confessions of a Shopaholic Soundtrack, whilst "Top of the World" was made the theme tune to MTV's new reality series The City.

Promotion and world tour

On May 20, 2008, the Pussycat Dolls performed their new single "When I Grow Up" for the first time live on Jimmy Kimmel Live!,[5][6] again at the MTV Movie Awards on June 1, and a third time on So You Think You Can Dance on June 12.[7] The song was released on May 27, 2008.[8]

Other appearances included:

  • Hosting the 2008 Maxim Hot 100 on VH1. They hit the position number seventeen.[9]
  • They also performed five songs at a Wal-Mart Soundcheck showcase: "I Hate This Part", "Takin' Over the World" and "When I Grow Up" from Doll Domination, and "Buttons" and "Don't Cha" from PCD.
  • On October 14, 2008 the group performed at the Sydney Opera House as part of a series of concerts promoting Xbox 360 and its new game Lips.
  • On the 15th of October 2008, the Dolls appeared on Australian TV show Sunrise and performed "When I Grow Up" and their latest single "I Hate This Part".
  • In December 2008, The Dolls performed a medley of some of their most successful singles on the Royal Variety Show for her majesty Queen Elizabeth in the UK, the performance consisted of "Don't Cha", "I Hate This Part" and "When I Grow Up".
Doll Domination Tour

The Dolls kicked off their second headline tour on January 18, 2009 to promote the album. The Doll Domination Tour visited venues across Europe and Oceania with Lady Gaga as the main opening act. Ne-Yo also featured as a support act on the European-leg of their tour at selected venues.

The Dolls then toured North America, performing as the opening act for Britney Spears' The Circus: Starring Britney Spears tour. This constituted the North American Leg of the Doll Domination Tour.

Development and release

All in all the lack of sales over the 2008 and 2009 triggered several re-releases meaning that the album now exists in around eight different versions. Initially the album debuted in the US at number 4 (one spot higher than their debut album) after first week sales of around 79,000 however the album failed to have much chart longevity and struggled to stay in the top 25 in the run up to the end of the year. In its second week, the album dropped to number 17, and in its third week, it sat at number 30.[10] It spent an astonishingly short seven weeks in the top 100, compared with their debut album which spent almost a year there, By 2009 it had dropped out. In other territories its performance was similar although. However in the week of January 10, 2009, it re-entered the top 100 at number one hundred. Acoording to Nicole Scherzinger's website Doll Domination has released 5 million copies to date.[11]

In France and in the United Kingdom the album had sold 100,000 copies, being certified Gold. The first two singles failed in Russian charts, however the song "Hush Hush" which was not a single at the time of release, became a huge hit, peaking at number one on Russian Airplay Chart[12] which helped the album reach platinum status[13] certification in just three weeks.

In September and October 2008 the standard edition of the album was released worldwide featuring the 16-song track listing. International markets received two of the four bonus tracks. In the US and Europe a deluxe edition was released as the same time featuring 5 bonus songs (each one sung by a different member of the group). Then nearer in December 2008 the collectors edition was released in Australia and the US featuring all of the songs from the deluxe addition but adding two extra bonus tracks. UK fans were able to buy the deluxe edition only whilst the group were on the UK leg of the tour at selected arenas.

In April 2009 Billboard Magazine stated that The Dolls had only sold around 400,000 copies. Subsequently Scherzinger confirmed that the current album would be re-released with new songs. In the interview she said: "it's a new life, a new push for Doll Domination. In this industry these days, that's what we're trying to do, always put new music out there and get people to pay attention. So this is a way for people to get new songs of ours and for people who haven't picked up the album so far to get another spin of our music."[14]

Mainland Europe received the 2009 edition featuring all of the original songs plus 3-4 new songs/remixes. The 2009 edition was released with the same cover art in many European countries: April 14 in France and April 24, 2009 in Germany[15] and the Netherlands. At the end of April, Doll Domination 2.0 was released in Australia, a compilation album featuring 6 of the original songs and 4 new ones. On April 27, 2009 an EP titled Doll Domination: The Mini Collection was released in the UK featuring their four singles plus two new songs and two weeks later the UK received its own deluxe edition of the album which was identical to the international deluxe edition except that it included a new remix of Scherzinger's solo song "Baby Love" previously not released as a bonus track in the UK. On August 10, it was announced that Doll Domination 3.0 would be released in the UK following the success of the five singles which all reached top 20 positions on the UK singles chart making it one of the group's most successful markets. The 3.0 edition was also released to most of mainstream Europe.


  • The second single was "I Hate This Part". The song became a worldwide hit reaching number one in Romania, number two in Belgium, number three in France, the top five in Canada, the top ten in Australia, Turkey, New Zealand, Switzerland, Austria, and Ireland, and the top twenty in Denmark, Japan, Germany, Norway, the United States and the United Kingdom. It peaked at number eleven in the US and made it to number four on the European Billboard Hot 100.
  • The third release from the album was "Whatcha Think About That", featuring Missy Elliott and released exclusively to the US, Ireland, UK and France. While the video premiered in October, 2008. This single proved to be unsuccessful in the U.S. and subsequently it received a limited release. The song managed to reach number 9 in the UK.
  • The fifth single from the album was "Bottle Pop". The single version does not feature Snoop Dogg but instead a small rap intro by Scherzinger. It was only released in Oceania and Germany and reached top 20 in Australia and New Zealand. Without any promotion it proved successful in the US having reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, becoming the fifth song by the group to do so.
  • "Hush Hush; Hush Hush" is the final single from the album. The original ballad version serves as the single's b-side whist Dave Aude has also produced a dance remix for the single. It was only released to airplay and digital download outlets in the US[20] and reached a peak of 73 on the Billboard and 41 in Canada. Internationally the single reached number 2 in Turkey, 10 in Australia, and top 20 in most European countries. Additionally the song went on to become the group's sixth consecutive number 1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the US.

Critical reception

 Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars link
Billboard (positive) link
Entertainment Weekly (C+) link
Los Angeles Times 1.5/5 stars link
MusicOMH 1/5 stars link
Rolling Stone 2.5/5 stars link
Slant 3/5 stars link
The New York Times (positive) link
The Times 3/5 stars link
Yahoo! Music UK 6/10 stars link

The album has received mostly average to negative reviews from critics, having been rated just 51 out of 100 on Metacritic.[21]

August Brown of the Los Angeles Times, states that the album does not live up to its 2005 predecessor, and gave the album one and a half stars out of five.[22] Likewise, Nic Oliver of Music OMH gives the album four star out of 10, stating that, besides the tracks "Out of This Club" with R. Kelly and "Love The Way You Love Me", "This is an album that reels off one clunker after another...this is an album heading straight for the bargain bins."[23] The exceptions include "I Hate this Part", a break-up number on which Nicole Scherzinger is allowed to emote fully, and "Whatcha Think About That?", which contains a cheeky rap from Missy Elliott.[24] The Boston Globe summarised the album as "Great trashy, hook-laden songs that make your lips smack never need to be apologized for, just enjoyed. The Pussycats' debut from 2005 was that kind of disc, and though this follow-up tries darn hard to follow that formula, it comes up just short. Still, it's often filled with giddy, brilliantly produced goofy pleasures with nothing on its mind beyond love and pleasure. Oh, sure, there are a couple of ballads about heartache and regret, but lead singer Nicole Scherzinger sounds more like she's pining for a good facial than a guy. Especially as the disc wanders to its fatiguing 21st track. We know the Dolls want staying power, but c'mon..."[25]

Digital Spy said that "Doll Domination is an over-long, patchy album that lacks any kind of lyrical cohesion. This isn't to say that individual tracks don't hit the spot. Nothing here matches the hyperactive brilliance of 'When I Grow Up', but future single 'I Hate This Part' is wonderfully melodramatic and each of the four Timbaland productions is bang on the money. Overall 3/5 stars".[26] The New York Times said "were they, strictly speaking, human? That’s what their new album, Doll Domination sets out to establish. Between dance tracks concocted by big-time producers like Rodney Jerkins, Timbaland, Sean Garrett and Polow Da Don, the Pussycat Dolls flaunt a newly prominent accessory: a breakable heart. In the 16 songs on this fully packed album, each striving to be a single, the Dolls still flirt and strut most of the time. But now, every so often, they ache. Ms. Scherzinger’s small, flexible voice thrives in the programmed, computer-tuned R&B tracks. No less crafty or calculated than their bump-and-grind numbers, the farewell songs are a move toward expanding the franchise. Now the Pussycat Dolls are stocking a little empathy along with the attitude."[27]

However Digital Spy later said that of The Mini Collection that: "'Painted Windows' is an impressive new Rodney Jerkins production, stomping and scuzzy in equal measure, while 'Hush Hush; Hush Hush' is a faintly ridiculous house remix of a Doll Domination album cut. It now comes complete with a whopping great lift from 'I Will Survive', but somehow it works. First impressions notwithstanding, in an age where music fans can download what they fancy on a track-by-track basis, the 'Mini Collection' actually starts to make sense. For £3.99 on iTunes, or just under a fiver in the shops, you get a fat-free serving of Pussycat hits without the padding that bogged down the original Doll Domination. Overall 4/5 stars."[28]

Track listing

Track Title Music Length
1. "When I Grow Up"   Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Jim McCarty, Paul Samwell-Smith, "Rock City" 4:04
2. "Bottle Pop" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Fernando Garibay, Sean Garrett, Nicole Scherzinger 3:30
3. "Whatcha Think About That" (featuring Missy Elliott) Jamal "Polow da Don" Jones, Ester Dean, Ron Fair,Elliott 3:48
4. "I Hate This Part"   Lucas Secon, Wayne Hector, Jonas Jeberg, Mich "Cutfather" Hansen, 3:39
5. "Takin' Over the World"   Chase N. Cashe, Chisolm, Farris, Gouche, Daniel Groover, Sims 3:35
6. "Out of This Club" (featuring R Kelly & Polow da Don) Robert Kelly, Jamal Jones 4:08
7. "Who's Gonna Love You"   Jones, Scherzinger, DioGuardi 4:00
8. "Happily Never After"   Shea Taylor, Shaffer "Ne-Yo" Smith 4:49
9. "Magic"   Tim "Timbaland" Mosley, Jerome Harmon, The Clutch 3:41
10. "Halo"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 5:24
11. "In Person"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 3:36
12. "Elevator"   Darkchild, Crystal "Cristyle" Johnson 3:41
13. "Hush Hush"   Fair, Andreas "Quiz" Romdhane, Josef Larossi, Ina Wroldsen, Scherzinger 3:48
14. "Love The Way You Love Me"   Chauncey Hollis, Cashe, DioGuardi, Jesse Woodard, Kasia Livingston 3:21
15. "Whatchamacallit"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 4:20
16. "I'm Done"   S. Ridel, T.L. James, A. Huff 3:18

2009 re-release

Source: Released: from April 14, 2009 in Europe and Taiwan only
Track Title Music Length
1. "When I Grow Up"   Darkchild, McCarty, Samwell-Smith, Rock City 4:04
2. "Bottle Pop" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Garibay, Garrett, Scherzinger 3:30
3. "Whatcha Think About That" (featuring Missy Elliott) Jones, Dean, Fair, Elliott 3:48
4. "I Hate This Part"   Secon, Hector, Jeberg, Cutfather, DioGuardi, Scherzinger 3:39
5. "Takin' Over the World"   Cashe, Chisolm, Farris, Gouche, Groover, Sims 3:35
6. "Out of This Club" (featuring R Kelly & Polow da Don) Kelly, Jones 4:08
7. "Who's Gonna Love You"   Jones, Scherzinger, DioGuardi 4:00
8. "Happily Never After"   Taylor, "Ne-Yo" 4:49
9. "Magic"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 3:41
10. "Halo"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 5:24
11. "In Person"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 3:36
12. "Elevator"   Darkchild, Cristyle 3:41
13. "Hush Hush; Hush Hush"   Fair, Quiz & Larossi, Wroldsen, Scherzinger 4:13
14. "Love The Way You Love Me"   Hollis, Cashe, DioGuardi, Woodard, Livingston 3:21
15. "Whatchamacallit"   Timbaland, Harmon, The Clutch 4:20
16. "I'm Done"   Ridel, James, Huff 3:18
17. "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" (featuring A.R. Rahman) R. Fair, A.R. Rahman, Jones, Scherzinger 3:46
18. "Top of the World"   Calvo da Gr8, The Writers Camp 3:13
19. "Painted Windows"   Darkchild, Cristyle, Kaleena Harper, Osinachi Nwanari 3:34

Doll Domination 2.0

Doll Domination 2.0 is a streamlined compilation of songs from the 2009 revised edition of Doll Domination. In total it features 10 tracks, 6 from the original release plus the remix of "Hush Hush" and "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)", "Top of the World", and "Painted Windows" released exclusively to Australia on April 24, 2009. It was supposed to be released in the United States on April 14, 2009,[29] however, the release was scrapped for reasons unknown.

Source: iTunes/Australian Doll Domination 2.0
Track Title Length
1. "When I Grow Up"   4:04
2. "I Hate This Part"   3:39
3. "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) featuring A.R. Rahman"   3:46
4. "Hush Hush; Hush Hush"   4:13
5. "Top of the World"   3:31
6. "Halo"   5:24
7. "Painted Windows"   3:34
8. "Bottle Pop (featuring Snoop Dogg)"   3:30
9. "Takin' Over the World"   3:35
10. "I'm Done"   3:18

Doll Domination: The Mini Collection

The Dolls went on to release Doll Domination: The Mini Collection[30] exclusively in the UK on 27 April 2009. It is an EP collection of songs featuring the group 3 previous UK singles from Doll Domination as well as their fourth and fifth singles "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" and "Hush Hush; Hush Hush" (the up-tempo remix of "Hush Hush") as well as new song "Painted Windows".

The Mini Collection EP
Track Title Length
1. "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) featuring A.R. Rahman"   3:46
2. "When I Grow Up"   4:04
3. "Whatcha Think About That (featuring Missy Elliott)"   3:48
4. "Painted Windows"   3:34
5. "I Hate This Part"   3:39
6. "Hush Hush; Hush Hush"   4:13

Doll Domination 3.0

On August 10, 2009, Doll Domination 3.0 was released in the UK using the original cover art, it includes all of the songs from the Standard Edition as well as songs from the "Mini Collection".[31] It does not include any of the solo songs from the original deluxe edition.

Released August 10, 2009
Track Title Length
1. "When I Grow Up"   4:04
2. "Bottle Pop (featuring Snoop Dogg)"   3:30
3. "Whatcha Think About That (featuring Missy Elliott)"   3:48
4. "I Hate This Part"   3:39
5. "Takin' Over the World"   3:35
6. "Hush Hush; Hush Hush (up-tempo remix)"   4:13
7. "Out of This Club (featuring R Kelly & Polow da Don)"   4:08
8. "Who's Gonna Love You"   4:00
9. "Happily Never After"   4:49
10. "Magic"   3:41
11. "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) featuring A.R. Rahman"   3:46
12. "Halo"   5:24
13. "In Person"   3:36
14. "Elevator"   3:41
15. "Hush Hush (ballad version)"   3:48
16. "Love The Way You Love Me"   3:21
17. "Whatchamacallit"   4:20
18. "Painted Windows"   3:34
19. "I'm Done"   3:18
20. "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps"   2:14


  • Donnie Lyle - guitar
  • Tony Maserati - mixing
  • Jeff Meeks - programming, engineer
  • Ian Mereness - programming, engineer
  • Peter Mokran - mixing
  • Shaffer "Ne-Yo" Smith - producer
  • Candice Nelson - background vocals
  • Dean Nelson - mixing assistant
  • Gary Ng - A&R
  • Gary Novak - drums
  • Osinachi Nwaneri - producer, instrumentation
  • Jordan Omley - vocal producer
  • Dave Pensado - mixing
  • Julian Peploe - art direction
  • Jack Joseph Puig - mixing
  • A.R. Rahman - producer
  • Dave Rene - A&R
  • Ashley Roberts - background vocals
  • Matthew Rolston - photography
  • Andreas "Quiz" Romdhane - programming, instrumentation
  • Fareed Salamah - assistant engineer
  • Nicole Scherzinger - arranger, vocals, backing vocals, vocal arrangement, vocal producer
  • Eric Schlotzer - programming, engineer
  • Brian Schunck - assistant
  • Tanvi Shah - lyricist
  • Ryan Shanahan - assistant engineer
  • Allen Sides - engineer, mixing
  • Bill Airey Smith - mixing assistant
  • Manny Smith - A&R
  • Snoop Dogg - vocals
  • Spike Stent - mixing
  • Jessica Sutta - background vocals
  • Ron Taylor - digital editing
  • Melody Thornton - vocals, background vocals, ad-libs
  • Timbaland - producer
  • Mike Tocci - engineer
  • Julian Vasquez - engineer
  • Tito Vasquez - engineer
  • Jeanne Venton - A&R
  • Tommy Vicari - engineer
  • Aaron Walk - mixing assistant
  • Miles Walker - engineer
  • Eric Weaver - assistant engineer, mixing assistant, assistant
  • Frank Wolf - engineer
  • Andrew Wuepper - mixing assistant
  • Kimberly Wyatt - background vocals


Chart (2008) Peak
Australian Albums Chart 4[32]
Austrian Albums Chart 16[32]
Belgium Albums Chart (Flanders) 17[32]
Belgium Albums Chart (Wallonia) 22[33]
Canadian Albums Chart 3[34]
Dutch Albums Chart 24[35]
European Albums Chart 8[36]
Finland Albums Chart 38[32]
French Albums Chart 16[37]
German Albums Chart 10[36]
Japan Albums Chart 1[37]
Irish Albums Chart 6[32]
Mexican Albums Chart 55[32]
New Zealand Albums Chart 8[38]
Polish Albums Chart 32[39]
Portugal Albums Chart 25[32]
Russian Albums Chart 1[40]
Spanish Albums Chart 38[32]
Swiss Albums Chart 7[32]
Taiwanese Albums Chart 1[41]
UK Albums Chart 4[32]
U.S. Billboard 200 4[32]


Country Certification(s)
Australia Platinum[42]
Belgium Silver[43]
Canada Platinum[44]
France Gold[45]
Germany Gold[46]
Ireland Platinum[47]
Russia Platinum[48]
Switzerland Gold[49]
United Kingdom Gold[50]
  • Note: The peak positions of the charts are whichever release charted highest.
  • Note: Sales of all editions are included as one.

Release history

Region Date Format Label
Australia September 19, 2008 Standard edition Universal Music
United Kingdom[51] September 23, 2008 Polydor Records
United States Standard edition,[52] deluxe edition[53] A&M Records, Interscope Records
Australia December, 2008 Collectors edition Universal Music
France April 14, 2009 Doll Domination (2009 bonus tracks edition) Polydor, Universal Music
Europe April 24, 2009 Universal Music
Australia[54] Doll Domination 2.0
United Kingdom April 27, 2009 Doll Domination: The Mini Collection Polydor
May 12, 2009 Deluxe edition
August 10, 2009 Doll Domination 3.0


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