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The Dutchess
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10 years, 12 months ago at Jul 29 11:33
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Black Eyed Peas’ and former Kids Inc. child star Stacy Ferguson’s debut LP is a molotov cocktail of every pop cliché from the past five years. But the shit is not bananas, nor does it bring sexyback. There’s a passable Ciara copycat (“Glamourous”), an old Motown tune gets desecrated (the Temptations’ “Get Ready”) and even Paris Hilton’s faux reggae finds its way here (“Mary Ja... read more

Great Album

11 years, 1 month ago at Jun 13 4:11
3 votes
This is a wonderful album, and her voice is amazing. However, i think she needs to go into a pop/techno/r&b( type sound ) career.

Go buy it and show your love.

Fergie - Black eyed peas = blah

10 years, 12 months ago at Jul 30 4:53
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This is one singer who should never have gotten her own solo album. I liked her with the black eyed peas, but alone; I despise her.
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Description: W W 0 0 If you thought Black Eyed Pea-sized bites of Fergie might be all you could handle--that a full plate of Fergie is possibly too much for any discerning musical palate--The Dutchess might change your mind. For here the lumpen lady throws caution to the wind and threads her pop needle with an ambitious ribbon of yet-to-be-conquered genres: reggae and ska on "Mary Jane Shoes," with Rita Marley; vintage soul on "Here I Come"; '80s hip-hop on "Fergalicious"; and sophisticated R&B on the John Legend-assisted "Finally." It's a tremendous and unpredictable expenditure of effort that ... (more)
Manufacturer: Interscope Records
Release date: 19 September 2006
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0602517057968 UPC: 602517057968
Tags: Pop (2), R&B (1), Hip Hop (1), Music Mecca 34 (1)
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