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Album Review

An honest title for this disc would be Several #1's, a Bunch of Top Tens, and a Couple New Songs, but #1's obviously has a greater — if false — ring to it. #1's isn't formatted any differently than scores of other anthologies packaged in time for the holiday shopping season, but it's also timely in that it comes after four Destiny's Child albums, all of which produced a handful of hits and roughly twice as much filler. Few problems could be had with the track selection. Containing each of Destiny's Child's charting singles, with the exception of "Brown Eyes" and the inconsequential "8 Days of Christmas," the disc reaffirms that Destiny's Child released some of the biggest R&B singles of the late '90s and early 2000s. For instance, you didn't have to be a fan of R&B, or even music, to cross paths with the likes of "Survivor" — an overblown song with a form of success that had more to do with its mega-anthem quality and opportunistic title (the show of the same title was extremely popular at the time). As strategic as Destiny's Child were, they still have enough substance in their discography to place them as one of the best R&B groups of the '90s and early 2000s. Though they didn't follow the previous top female R&B group, TLC, with nearly as much brilliance or finesse, they've left behind several singles that will be remembered for something other than their mainstream success.

Customer Reviews

Destiny's Child, the best!

As a total fan, I'm amazed that this album combine all their top hits. From Bills, Bills, Bills to Jumpin' Jumpin' I'll absolutely Lose My Breath and Stand Up for Love as I am a total Survivor. So please Say my Name!

The Best of The Best!

I used to love this band, and this album has all of their best songs! It's one of the only albums where I like just about every song, and so I decided to download the full album, which I have never done before. Although I won't be telling anyone about this though, since most boys my age are just obsessed with rock and heavy metal. I like cheesy pop, Hip-Hop etc. Anyways, to all Destiny's Child fans, I highly recommend this, and it is very cheap!

A Collection Of The Best....

I have been a fan of Destiny's Child since day one. Bought every album, the singles & seen them in tour. They are definately the best girl band of the last two decades! They can do fast paced (Jumpin Jumpin, Survivor), sexy jamz (No No No, Say My Name, Bills Bills Bills) and even big ballads (Stand Up For Love, Emotion). Plus, they can all sing!! You dont get many bands that have that feat either! Long live DC, I really hope they'll reform in the future.


Formed: 1990 in Houston, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Destiny's Child rose to become one of the most popular female R&B groups of the late '90s, eventually rivaling even TLC in terms of blockbuster commercial success. Their accomplishments came in spite of several abrupt personnel changes, which were accompanied by heated, well-publicized feuds in the media and the courts. In fact, for a time, Destiny's Child were known for that drama just...
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