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Destinys Child [Enhanced]

Destinys Child Audio CD
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1. Second Nature
2. No, No, No Part 2
3. With Me Part 1
4. Tell Me
5. Bridges
6. No, No, No Part 1
7. With Me Part II
8. Show Me The Way
9. Killing Time
10. Illusion
11. Birthday
12. Sail On
13. My Time Has Come (Dedicated To Andretta Tillman)

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DESTINYS CHILD Destinys Child (1998 US Columbia label 2-CD set comprising the 13-track album plus a 3-track bonus Young Soul Power sampler disc [CSK5821] featuring Killing Time plus Kimberly Scotts Never Can Say Goodbye and The Way That YouTalk by Jagged Edge fold-out picture sleeve CK67728)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Where it all began July 13 2004
Format:Audio CD
I don't see why this cd didn't sell that well. Believe it or not, this is DC's best cd (vocally at least). There harmonies are tight and the music was excellent. I guess people saw these young girls sounding at little to grown for their own good and dimissed this album for some bubble gum pop that they were expecting from DC back in '98. Honestly, if this was released now, it would be #1. Anyway, the best song on the cd would have to be the opener, Second Nature, because it's so good. No No No Part 2 is aight, I just listenin to the music, the singing was a little off besides the chorus. With Me Part 1 was by far much better that Part 2. Illusion is my second favorite song on the album. It's really the only club banger beside No No No Part 2 and With Me Part 1. If your looking for the best singing from the original DC, this is for you. If you expect something more like Survivor, stay away.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Second Nature July 1 2004
By SlimD
Format:Audio CD
Very good debut. Back in 1997 there was a unknow girl group by the name of Destiny Child who had a lead singer that starved for success and perfection. Since then the group has undergone changes in members along with selling millions and a lead singer that is now a HOUSEHOLD NAME across the world.Back to the debut album where all started Destiny Child is filled with a string of hits that were not commercial hits for the group. No No No PT 1&2 was both hits follow by blazing tracks on the cd including Second Nature,Killing Time, Birthday and Tell Me. This cd was wrote off as a flop and one hit wonder singles. WRONG>>>>>If you are a fan of any DC album you must have Destinys Child debut.
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3.0 out of 5 stars like it ! June 11 2004
Format:Audio CD
In this album, you'll be impressed by DC's wonderful harmony. i love 'second nature', 'tell me' and 'bridges'
i like no no no pt 2 and with me pt 2 but i don't like two pt 1 songs. i didn't feel anything special. i don't like 'show me the way' and 'birthday'. dang long and nothing special.
i like illusions and sail on. but my fav song is 'bridges'.
Roughly, it is a good album but something lacks. ooh
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Beginning May 31 2004
Format:Audio CD
I've often compared Destiny's Child with TLC in the sense that their debuts were hot and their second CD's were even better! True, this wasn't DC3 but rather DC4 with Beyonce, Kelly, LaToya and LaTavia. But, in my opinion, this was the superior group of the two versions. Plus, Beyonce, while her voice is prominent, it didn't dominate the back and fore ground like it did later.
Best songs is "No, No, No, No, No," (pts. 1 & 2), "Illusions", "Second Nature" and "Bridges." Personally, I liked "Killing Time" as well (which also appears on the Men In Black soundtrack as well).
Get this if you want to see where it began and to hear PURE R & B without much pop influence at its best!
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4.0 out of 5 stars impressive debut April 25 2004
Format:Audio CD
I don't think it's really DC's fault that I don't like this album as much as the other two. I bought their second album, and then their third, before I purchased this one. They have really matured on their later CD's, but this is very good as well. At first, I didn't really like it, but it grew on me quickly. Younger, the girls sound sweeter and less confident, which fits most of the songs on this disc. The tracks that stood out the most to me were as follows:
Second Nature, the opener, is a ballad that's sexy, but not nastily so. The harmony is smooth and very apealing.
With Me Part I is a funky, club-ready tune that could make a dog dance! Also good harmony.
Illusions is my favorite song on the album. The melody is very original, and DC proved they can keep up the perfect harmonizing even on short notes.
Sail On is an excellent remake! I think this song is where Beyonce sounds the most emotional, like she was really in this situation once.
Although most of the other songs aren't as good as the ones mentioned above (Beyonce sounds a bit strange on the ballad "Tell Me"), this is really a commendable debut from what would later become the most popular girl group of the generation.
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2.0 out of 5 stars The cd that started it all. Nov. 29 2003
Format:Audio CD
Well, this album was farrrrr from good. The vocals are exceptional, and all the songs aren't bad, but most of them are. Highlights are "Second Nature", "No,no, no (1 and 2)" and "Bridges", but when only 4 of the songs suceed to tickle my fancy, you just haven't done your job. The girls harmonize well on this album, and it's not all Beyonce all over the background. And on leads, her voice sounds pure, and not all overproduced and hollering. This was in no way special, but I've heard worse. They've gotten a lot better, and I was a fan when this cd came out when I was nine, but now I'm a die hard fan. They get a "B" for effort.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The best songs are................ Nov. 28 2003
Format:Audio CD
- no no no #1
- no no no #2
- with me #1
- with me #2
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1.0 out of 5 stars NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO GOOD... Nov. 17 2003
Format:Audio CD
Destiny's Child debut album is really far from being nearly close to the magic & cleverness of the other Destiny's albums. Full of filler cuts, surrounding the only worth song "No, No, No", this is a sad start, but it was amended by the second album "The Writing's On the Wall". This is so anoying, that if you want the hit single, buy the commercial single or maxi.single. No even "With Me" the second single managed to keep it up with the audience.
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