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On their sophomore album, See You Next Tuesday, the group that brought you ”Cameltoe,” 2003’s sassy take on the perils of tight pants, go on gleeful sprees through reggae (”Fire Fire”), electro (”Yeah Yeah”), drum lines (”Keep It Up”), and zydeco (”Seven One Eight”), while MCs Jessibel, Belinda, and Cat giggle, tease, and seduce — in that order. But all that genre-hopping can wear a gal down. In ”Not This,” the Brooklynites lament the emptiness of the VIP life. Looks like you’ve finally got a theme song, Paris.