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Critics gave the album mixed to positive reviews, who while complimenting the girls' vocal performances, felt the album was safe and didn't push any boundaries.
It was supplemented by two singles: "So Bring It On" and "Fuego." The Girls began work on the album while touring the U. on their The Party's Just Begun Tour which began in September 2006 and ended in March 2007.
The music video consists of footage of the girls performing "So Bring It On" at the 2007 Disney Channel Games closing ceremonies with clips of the Disney Channel Original Movie, Twitches Too, in which "So Bring It On" is featured. On their official My Space profile, the girls described the song as a "party anthem" with "Latin influences" and a sample of Lionel Richie's '80s hit single "All Night Long (All Night)".
Marisa Brown of all music gave the album three out of five stars, stating: "Despite her appearance in the 2006 film Cheetah Girls 2, Raven-Symoné is nowhere to be found on the group's third studio album, TCG (nor was she on their live CD/DVD, In Concert: The Party's Just Begun Tour, released earlier in 2007), which is actually their first actual record, the first two being soundtracks to the accompanying Cheetah Girls films.
This may be an album marketed to the teen and preteen set, but there's nothing childish about it.
The lyrics, although not explicit or inappropriate, hardly try to tone down the love-heavy themes to relate better to their younger audience.
There is a Spanish version of the video in which there are new scenes and different sequences.
The video revolves around the three girls dancing with a crowd of people at a party.
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Group member Sabrina Bryan was interviewed by Billboard magazine and stated that the group was eager to showcase a more mature sound to gather an audience of older fans while keeping the lyrics clean for the younger fanbase as well.