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5.0 out of 5 stars The Hits Just Keep Coming!, 14 Sep 2006
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S. Mangan-Taylor "strawberrybounce2005" (United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: I Don't Need A Man [2 Track CD] (Audio CD)
It's hard to believe that it has been over a year since the Dolls introduced the world to 'Don't Cha' and they are already onto the 5th single release from their album, and again they have made a fantastic video to an amazingly catchy, upbeat song which also has a slight 90's sound to it.

This is probably one of the poppiest tracks on the album rather than the urban feels of Don't Cha, Beep & Buttons and the track was produced by Rich Harrison who has been behind hits for Beyonce & Amerie.

Hopefully this will give the Dolls a fifth top 5 hit but I suspect this will end up in the lower half of the top 10.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Toss The Ring!, 31 May 2007
This review is from: I Don't Need A Man [2 Track CD] (Audio CD)
"I Don't Need A Man" LP Version 3:39- Production was by Rich Harrison, and additional production by Ron Fair to name a few important players. This is an empowering song to feel proud to be single, "You don't need a ring" to be happy. It's a celebration to feel liberated, strong, and independent from the claws of a man or lover who just might be something you are in search of due to societies pressures or family. Just stay confident and forget the rush--this song will make you feel just that. And if someone has done you wrong then this will definitely bring you satisfaction. The tempos are upbeat, fast, energetic, and filled with an array of instruments creating a very catchy, hit track.

"We Went As Far As We Felt Like Going" LP Version 3:50- sounds like a Patti LaBelle track with additional vocals aside Nicole by Melody, Carmit, & Kaya. The message is quite clear the one night romance or short lived love affair was a mutual parting and not something to cry about. While some bad boys think women will cry after a one night stand truth be told, it's not always the case. This song is another powerful track once again showing that women can also be the ones to hold the cards. It's about being true to yourself--the moment was passionate but not "really" love. The beats are again fast up-tempo, highly energetic, and uplifting once again. It has an 80s vibe quite catchy and infectious.
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