By Matt Diehl
Updated October 25, 1996 at 04:00 AM EDT

An unsatisfying hodgepodge of women’s anthems and boomer nostalgia overwhelms the MOR collection The First Wives Club. Familiar ’60s chestnuts (”Think”) coexist uneasily with high-concept covers (Chantay Savage’s quiet-storm sleepwalk through the feminist classic ”I Will Survive”). Most cloying is Midler, Hawn, and Keaton’s take on Lesley Gore’s 1964 hit ”You Don’t Own Me”: While the unfunky divas may get laughs in theaters, listening to them on an album is scary. C