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Tell Me - Destinys Child - Destinys Child (Cassette, Album)

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  1. 'Illusions' is a sexy, tropical song that could have been a single. 'With Me' featuring music-producer Jermaine Dupri is a sassy, club song and 'Second Nature' is a sensual cover of the Isley Brother's song. The CD features the original line-up of Destiny's Child, /5(30).
  2. 'Illusions' is a sexy, tropical song that could have been a single. 'With Me' featuring music-producer Jermaine Dupri is a sassy, club song and 'Second Nature' is a sensual cover of the Isley Brother's song. The CD features the original line-up of Destiny's Child, /5(32).
  3. When I first heard Destiny's Child on MTV I figured they were just another prepackaged,producer-driven,over-hyped product of numbers-crunching music-biz executives,but then "Say My Name" hit the airwaves,and I began to realize that his group could possibly be representing the sound of Pop's thepurjuncsixirimespadaliformi.xyzinfo song is an ingenious,riveting train-wreck,with keyboard blips,and double-time high-hats /5(38).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Destiny's Child on Discogs. Label: Megastar - ,Columbia - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Saudi Arabia • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Contemporary R&B.
  5. May 04,  · "Tell Me" "Show Me The Way" "Birthday" "Never Had A Love" "Killing Time" "Show Me" "My Time Has Come" Notes: Bridges is the original title for the self-titled debut album Destiny's Child. "Killing Time" was a radio single from the Men In Black soundtrack.
  6. Feb 16,  · The disrespect towards Michelle is just crazy to me. I grew up on Destiny's Child and I remember how chaotic shit got when the original members left then all of a sudden two new girls showed up then that girl left so it was just the remaining three.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Destiny's Child on Discogs. Label: Columbia - C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US .
  8. Jan 15,  · Today we go back to the end of the last century to salute one of the greatest bands the music business has ever birthed. This week's From The Vault is Destiny's Child's sassy 'Bills, Bills, Bills.'.
  9. "No, No, No" is a song by American girl group Destiny's Child. It was written by Calvin Gaines, Mary Brown, Rob Fusari and Vincent Herbert and recorded for their first studio album, Destiny's Child (), with production helmed by Fuasri und Herbert. A sensual mid-tempo ballad that blends contemporary R&B with lush s soul, it was renamed "No, No, No (Part 1)" after musician Wyclef Jean.

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