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Dexton
post May 5 2020, 12:33 PM
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'The Writing's on the Wall', released on July 27th 1999, was the second studio album released by Destiny's Child. This was the last album released by Destiny's Child original lineup and also included guest appearances from Missy Elliott and R&B trio Next. This album earned the group a total of six Grammy nominations and is the 6th best selling album by a girl group released in the UK just below their next album Survivor at #5. Four singles were released from the album: Bills, Bills Bills, Bug a Boo, Say My Name, and Jumpin, Jumpin,. Additionally the singles 8 Days Of Christmas, Get On The Bus (with Timbaland), and No, No, No Part II (featuring Wyclef Jean) were included on other editions of the albums.



1. "Intro (The Writing's on the Wall)"
2. "So Good"
3. "Bills, Bills, Bills"
4. "Confessions" (featuring Missy Elliott)
5. "Bug a Boo"
6. "Temptation"
7. "Now That She's Gone"
8. "Where'd You Go"
9. "Hey Ladies"
10. "If You Leave" (featuring Next)
11. "Jumpin, Jumpin"
12. "Say My Name"
13. "She Can't Love You"
14. "Stay"
15. "Sweet Sixteen"
16. "Outro (Amazing Grace)" 

1. Bills, Bills, Bills - #1 US, #6 UK


2. Bug a Boo - #33 US, #9 UK


3. Say My Name - #1 US, #3 UK


4. Jumpin', Jumpin', - #3 US, #5 UK



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post May 5 2020, 02:08 PM
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Is now a good time to say I've never listened to a DC album blush.gif I need to fix that!
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post May 5 2020, 02:48 PM
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I have only listened to Destiny Fulfilled which I think is deemed one of their worst oops. But I loved that!
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post May 5 2020, 03:16 PM
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This witch hunt laugh.gif

I am a big fan of this album honestly with it being a huge step up following their debut, which while that was a good album this just goes one step further and sees the group come into their own. The singles choices were superb: Jumpin', Jumpin' being my personal favourite although Say My Name will also go down as a classic Destiny's Child single.

Wedged between two #1 singles I was surprised that Bug a Boo kinda flopped in the US all things considered, it is the weakest of the singles here I admit but even then I would have expected a much better showing ohmy.gif
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post May 5 2020, 03:35 PM
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Their best album.

So good
Temptation
Hey Ladies
Where’d you Go

Amazing tracks
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