Pussycat Dolls, The

Also known as PCD's, The, PCDS, Puss In Boots, Pussy Cat Dolls, Pussycat Doll's, The, Pussycat Dolls, Pussycat Dollss, Pussycat Dols, The, Pussycat Doolls, TPCD
Members of Pussycat Dolls, The: Ashley Roberts (2), Carmit Bachar, Chrystina Sayers, Emmalyn Estrada, Jessica Sutta, Kaya Jones, Kimberly Wyatt, Lauren Bennett, Melody Thornton, Natalie Mejia, Nicole Scherzinger
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pussycat_Dolls, http://www.allmusic.com/artist/the-pussycat-dolls-mn0000101072/biography

Discography of Pussycat Dolls, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Don't Cha 3 Audio 2005-04-26 A&M Records
2 Don't Cha 6 Audio 2005-04-26 A&M Records
3 Don't Cha (Remixes) 6 Audio 2005-06-00 A&M Records
4 Don't Cha 5 Audio 2005-07-00 Interscope Records
5 Don't Cha 2 Audio 2005-04-26 A&M Records
6 Don't Cha (Remixes) 5 Audio 2005-07-26 A&M Records
7 Don't Cha 4 Audio 2005-09-05 A&M Records
8 PCD 12 Audio 2005-09-13 A&M Records
9 Don't Cha 3 Audio 2005-04-00 A&M Records
10 Don't Cha 3 Audio 2005-10-00
11 Don't Cha 2 Audio 2005-09-00 A&M Records
12 PCD 13 Audio 2005 A&M Records
13 Don't Cha (House Rmx) 4 Audio 2005-11-00 Not On Label (The Pussycat Dolls)
14 Booty EP 2 2 Audio 2005-12-00
15 My Humps / Don't Cha 2 Audio 2005 Not On Label (Marineboy Series)
16 Don't Cha 3 Audio 2004 A&M Records
17 Beep 3 Audio 2006 A&M Records
18 Beep 2 Audio 2006-03-17 A&M Records
19 PCD 14 Audio 2005 A&M Records
20 Don't Cha! (Unreleased Mixes) 2 Audio 2006 Not On Label (The Pussycat Dolls)
21 I Don't Need A Man 2 Audio 2006 A&M Records
22 Don't Cha / Wavy Gravy (Breakz Rmx) 2 Audio 2007-01-25
23 I Don't Need A Man 3 Audio 2006 A&M Records
24 I Don't Need A Man / Me & U 2 Audio 2006-11-00 Nutz
25 Wait A Minute 4 Audio 2007 A&M Records
26 PCD 12 Audio 2005 A&M Records
27 I Don't Need A Man 2 Audio 2006 A&M Records
28 Stickwitu 2 Audio 2005 A&M Records
29 Beep 3 Audio 2006 Not On Label (The Pussycat Dolls)
30 When I Grow Up 10 Audio 2008-07-00 Interscope Records
31 Don't Cha 4 Audio 2005 Not On Label (The Pussycat Dolls)
32 Doll Domination 22 Audio 2008-09-23 Interscope Records
33 Doll Domination 18 Audio 2008-09-22 Interscope Records
34 When I Grow Up 5 Audio 2008-09-29 TIME (2)
35 Doll Domination 18 Audio 2008 Interscope Records
36 When I Grow Up 2 Audio 2008-08-25 Urban House Records
37 Beep 2 Audio 2005 A&M Records
38 I Hate This Part (Remixes) 12 Audio 2008-11-00 Interscope Records
39 Doll Domination 24 Audio 2008 Interscope Records
40 When I Grow Up 3 Audio 2008 Not On Label (The Pussycat Dolls)
41 I Hate This Part (Remixes) 9 Audio 2008-11-24 Interscope Records
42 When I Grow Up (Remixes) 6 Audio 2008 Interscope Records
43 When I Grow Up 2 Audio 2008-09-00 Interscope Records
44 I Hate This Part 2 Audio 2008-11-00 Interscope Records
45 Dont Ya / 1, 2, Step 2 Audio 2005 Groove Generation
46 Don't Cha 2 Audio 2005 A&M Records
47 Stickwitu 3 Audio 2005 A&M Records
48 Buttons 2 Audio 2006 A&M Records
49 Buttonz 3 Audio 2006 A&M Records
50 Wait A Minute 2 Audio 2007 A&M Records

The Pussycat Dolls were an American pop girl group and dance ensemble, founded in Los Angeles, California, by choreographer Robin Antin in 1995 as a burlesque troupe. Shortly after launching their own revue, the troupe became well-known for the number of actresses and models that joined and performed as a Pussycat Doll for a night alongside the group. With this growing amount of media attention, Antin then negotiated a record deal with Interscope Records in 2003, which transformed the group into a music franchise comprising [a=Nicole Scherzinger], [a=Carmit Bachar], [a=Ashley Roberts (2)], [a=Jessica Sutta], [a=Melody Thornton], and [a=Kimberly Wyatt]. Overseen by Antin, Interscope and various partners, the group was transformed into a global image and commercial brand. The group's debut album, PCD, containing the number-one singles "Don't Cha", "Buttons", and "Stickwitu", launched the girls into mainstream international recognition - but despite this high level of commercial success, the group was plagued by reports of internal conflict due to the overemphasis on Scherzinger, the group's lead member and main vocalist. Bachar's departure from the group preceded the release of their second and final studio album, 2008's Doll Domination, which featured singles "When I Grow Up", "I Hate This Part", and "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)", and by 2010, all members, including Scherzinger, had left the group as well, after announcing a hiatus in early 2009. The Dolls brand diversified into merchandise, reality television programs, a Las Vegas act, product endorsements, spin-off recording groups ([a=Girlicious], [a=Paradiso Girls]) and other ventures. In 2009, Billboard ranked the Pussycat Dolls as the 80th most successful musical act of the 2000s, having sold in excess of 54 million records worldwide, positioning them as one of the best-selling girl groups of all time. In 2011, Antin began to assemble a new group, initially designed as a "newer generation" of the Dolls, but by 2013, this group of women had become [a=G.R.L.], and had released their own debut single in July of that year.

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