(1998) Destiny's Child

Destiny's Child

... read moreDestiny's Child isn't quite just another debut album from an R&B girl group. The quartet worked with Wyclef Jean and Jermaine Dupri among others, and their voices sound beautiful together. Still, much of the album sounds indistinguishable from all the other female groups out there. When Destiny's...

56′:11″ 13 Songs

1
Second Nature (Album Version)
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5:09
2
No, No, No Pt. 2
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3:28
3
With Me Part I (Album Version)
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3:25
4
Tell Me (Album Version)
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4:50
5
Bridges (Album Version)
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4:03
6
No, No, No, Pt. 1
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4:07
7
With Me Part Ii (Featuring Master P) (Album Version)
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4:14
8
Show Me The Way (Album Version)
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4:17
9
Killing Time (Album Version)
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5:07
10
Illusion (Album Version)
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3:51
11
Birthday
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5:13
12
Sail On (Album Version)
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4:04
13
My Time Has Come (Dedicated To Andretta Tillman) (Album Version)
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4:23
Released 17 February 1998, ℗ 1997,1998 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. WARNING: All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

Review

Destiny's Child isn't quite just another debut album from an R&B girl group. The quartet worked with Wyclef Jean and Jermaine Dupri among others, and their voices sound beautiful together. Still, much of the album sounds indistinguishable from all the other female groups out there. When Destiny's Child does sound different, as on the single "No, No, No, Pt. 2," they're more than competent. ~ John Bush