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2013 collection from the R&B trio including one previously unreleased track. Like the proverbial hand and glove, power ballads and Destiny's Child were made for each other. And the proof appears on Love Songs. The 14-song collection draws from the group's 10-year, top selling reign. Tender, soulful vocals by frequent lead singer Beyonc. Sparkling harmonies laced against sumptuous melodies, simultaneously breathing life into story-telling-lyrics covering the gamut of female emotions. Those are the Destiny's Child trademarks coursing throughout this compilation. At the end of the day, you can't hide behind a ballad. It's all front and center. Either you have it. or you don't. And Destiny's Child definitely have it. So relax and listen to one of the world's most talented girl groups do its love thing.
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This is an overly apparent ploy to satisfy some contractual agreement with Columbia/Sony Records; I can't think of any other reason why this poorly collected album has seen the light of the day. This collection has some "decent" songs, but surely there could have been some better ones chosen. For the album to be titled Love Songs, why include a song about leaving your current mate for a new thrill ("If You Leave") and a song about the potential to cheat ("Temptation"), or even a song about not wanting someone anymore after they've left ("Now That She's Gone")??
Destiny's Child has recorded a myriad of songs that weren't released on albums that have gained notoriety, such as the amazing "Game Over", the old but solid "Show Me", and the even more solid "Forever Starts Today" (the latter two including ex-members LeToya and LaTavia, which, strangely enough, are like other songs on this album that Michelle is not on). Even those songs would be worth the album's price.
Die-hard fans won't pick up the album because they already have the songs and albums included here. New fans won't be interested because the lackluster "Nuclear" barely made a blip on any radio stations. There are people that can make better Destiny's Child compilations than this malarkey. Shame!
Stand out tracks:
Cater 2 U
If You Leave