The Pussycat Dolls try to make a rhythmic comeback with their sophomore album Doll Domination - with 'try' being the operative word. The 16 cookie-cutter dance/pop tracks say nothing new about the group, and just serve to remind listeners how good they look in their bustiers. The five-woman group has undergone a couple of line-up changes, but Nicole Scherzinger remains the ringleader. The other girls provide harmony, support and alternative eye candy, but add little to the overall sound. Even guest appearances from R. Kelly, Snoop Dogg and Missy Elliot fail to prop up the album. The only noteworthy tracks are the dance number When I Grow Up, the ballad Hush Hush and the burlesque-like Whatchamacallit. However, the deluxe edition comes with a bonus CD of an additional seven tracks, including a solo performance by each Pussycat Doll. This makes for a far better album, since each member is able to show that they can actually sing and aren't just lip-synching pretty faces. The remaining songs are Baby Love and Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps, classics that not even this uninspiring group can mess up. This album is more likely to leave you feeling like you've got a large hairball in your throat than purring contently.