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Beep (UK version)

27 Feb. 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 27 Feb. 2006
  • Release Date: 27 Feb. 2006
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2005 Pussycat Dolls, LLC
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  • Total Length: 7:54
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  • ASIN: B001KED8IQ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By so-miss-independent on 21 Nov. 2006
Format: Audio CD
If you love dance music and highly energetic sounds with positive vibes then this single will be sure to get you going! The breathy and non-breathy vocals combined with the R&B club elements, spicy flairs, and sexy undertones make this totally off the charts, wild and fun! Experience music with attitude, roots from the past, and sounds of today and the future!

"Beep" (Album Version feat. Will.i.Am) held the #13 spot in the U.S., the single hit #2 in the U.K., and #3 in Australia. The rap accompanied with the back and forth talk between Nicole and Will.i.Am make this catchy, fun, sassy, and fun! If anything is true, this song has a nice attitude style that can make anyone feel sexy, alluring, and irresistible! The beeps step in instead of the actual words adding much mystery and anticipation. That combined with the melody just enhance and reinforce the feeling of how men and women think so differently sometimes.

"Hot Stuff (I Want You Back) Remix" has elements from the song "Hot Stuff" by the all time Queen of Disco, Donna Summer. The song sounds somewhat different and adds a spin of its own. The unique style alone makes this worth listening to! The remix combines the soulful disco days with a modern dance type twist thus creating a great sound sure to get anyone feeling uplifted and great! The mix of the past music with the new blends nicely by bringing back music to its original roots. The music has dance styles, R&B, chirpy, swirling type effects, and much club vibes. The pounding, thumping bass elevate and lower as the vocals shift with the sounds thus creating a phenomenal feeling. This song will be sure to get you in the mood to feel sensational! Forget being serious, give in and feel hot!
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By Matt Fox on 14 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
An amazing single from The Pussycat Dolls
Catchy, following the standards set by "Don't Cha"
An outstanding RnB/Dance Track with amazing lyrics, and you can really see the input from the singer out of The Black Eyed Peas - this song has a certain element of "My Humps", and his lyrics are additional to this song
Not to mention the beautiful, although rather odd, input from the violin orchestra - however it all works amazingly, and this is a certain #1 that the fun-loving-cabaret-Pussycats can add to their list.
If you thught "Dont Cha" made your 2005, this twice as achingly catchy track will make your 2006, and that is a promise.
"Beep" has it all, showing of leader Nicole's vocal talents, the orchestra's performance, the rap from the Black Eyed Peas male frontman, and overall the excellenrt production and professionalism of this all-girl-single.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
WEAK! 23 Mar. 2006
By LONWABO - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The third single from the Dolls'album is very weak.It sounds like a watered-down version of Black Eyed Peas'hit single,"My Humps" does'nt improve things either. I know these girls were trying to sound all naughty and sexy,but compared to their debut single,Don't Cha,this single falls flat.The constant "beep" is annoying. I know this single is climbing the Hot 100 like crazy and I'll probably get a lot of unhelpful votes,but it's my opinon.I'd rather play with my (beep) than listen to this junk!
1 of 7 people found the following review helpful
More music for simple-minded idiots. 23 Mar. 2006
By The Curmudgeon - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Sigh. Sometimes you wonder why you really bother even switching on these damn music channels at all. See, I refuse to listen to the radio, so keeping up to date with current music means having to trawl through the utter crap that MTV and The Box etc bombard stupid kids with. But look on the bright side, without them I would never have heard of half of the things I've reviewed, and THEN where would we be?

Anyway - Pussycat Dolls. Or, to put it another way, The Tall, Attractive (In A "Could Be A Guy Way") Brunette And Her Pointless Partners, who strut and roll around and dance but DO ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ELSE. Honestly, for those who thought Beyonce was the key wheel in Destiny's Child have seen nothing when it comes to this group. Talk about money for nothing. Unreal.

"Beep", then. So called because it has so many supposed "naughty" words that they felt the need to "Beep" it out before the radio does. Ha ha, isn't that hilarious? Nope, it sure ain't, especially when there's no rhyme on earth that could possibly work for "I don't give a (BEEP), keep looking at my (BEEP), It don't mean a thing if you're looking at my (BEEP) I'm gonna do my thing while you're playing with your (BEEP)".

It just doesn't work. You know, I just cut and pasted that from a website and I already feel the need to go out and kill children. Honestly, what kind of DRIVEL are people buying these days? Not to mention the "Hmm.. can't think of another rhyme there, so let's just put lots of HA HA HA HA HA HA" noises instead. Brilliant, eh? Maybe it's subliminal, and its the writers of the song (not these brain-dead bimbos, of course) laughing at the cross-eyed mouthbreathers who bought this junk. A sort of "ha ha, it's true, if we play this video on The Box often enough, you'll get brainwashed into buying it. And why's that? Because you're a MORON! HA HA HA HA HA!" It would score points with me if it were, anyway.

The Pussycat Dolls run of bad singles is on an impressive downward spiral, getting worse every time. "Dontcha" was rubbish, "Stickwitchu" was awful - this is borderline CRIMINAL. One can only shake their head at the people who buy this, who accept this as music. If you bought this you don't deserve to even own a computer to be reading this now. I wouldn't wipe my feet on you.

0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
What are you expect? 7 Aug. 2006
By musiclover - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I mean really... "what were/will/are you expect from this group??? It's a PussyCAT dolls!!! I think they(she) did a good job. She can sing and dance that's for sure. Plus she's also attractive. Anyway, I agree that about the rest of the cats. They should at least do some harmony and dance better. Right now they can't sing and can't dance and they didn't look better than the lead singer!?!?!?!? I have no idea why/how they got into this band.
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