Welcome to the Dollhouse

Danity Kane - Welcome to the Dollhouse
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 2 ratings
March 18, 2008 / Release Date
LP / Format
Bad Boy, Atlantic / Label
R&B, Pop / Genres
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Slant Magazine

The album’s last stretch sags ... Otherwise, Dollhouse is a solid collection of appropriately vacant party jams, slinky come-ons, and modern, urban balladry.

The album is merely a reward for sitting through a season of reality-show high jinks
Entertainment Weekly

On one song after another, they sing about sex with all the feeling of fresh-from-the-factory mannequins.


Maybe hearing the end results would be interesting if you've witnessed the labors on Making the Band, but anybody else will wonder why it takes so much work to sound so bland...and why we are bothering thinking about them anyway.

[Original Score: 66] Overall Opinion: This album is pure fun but also the most authentic Danity Kane has and probably ever will be. They had the creative control, they all have co-written on it and it shows compared to their debut album. Ecstasy really shows that it wasn't meant for the album Danity Kane envisioned but something that the record label did. But this album is a classic for sure
Bad Girl (feat. Missy Elliott) - 100/100
Damaged - 100/100
Pretty Boy - 80/100
Strip Tease - ... read more
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Track List

  1. Welcome To The Dollhouse (feat. P. Diddy)
  2. Bad Girl (feat. Missy Elliott)
  3. Damaged
  4. Pretty Boy
  5. Strip Tease
  6. Sucka for Love
  7. Secret Place (Interlude)
  8. Ecstasy (feat. Rick Ross)
  9. 2 of You
  10. Lights Out
  11. Picture This (Interlude)
  12. Poetry
  13. Key to My Heart
  14. Flashback (Interlude)
  15. Is Anybody Listening...
  16. Ain't Going (feat. Day26 and Donnie Klang)
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Added on: December 11, 2014