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Destiny Fulfilled

November 16, 2004 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 16, 2004
  • Release Date: November 16, 2004
  • Label: Sony Urban Music/Columbia
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  • Total Length: 47:47
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  • ASIN: B001ADSLMA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (600 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,028 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

She's not a bad singer, but she does not sound very good on this album.
Silver Moon
I really like this album yet the fact is some of the songs are too much of the same.
Hiloani Kialeta
It displays a lot of talent and their voices blend very beautifully, great job.
T. Caesar

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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mz Dynasty on August 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off I would like to say that the CD is bangin.

If half the people that reviewed this album would have listened to the words, then maybe they might have like the CD better. Not to hate on nobody or nothin, but I mean lets listen people.

When DC first came out with the album they said, Ima put it in caps for ya: (THIS CD IS A STORY ABOUT A WOMAN AND HER RELATIONSHIP WITH HER MAN, AND THE OUTCOME OF IT)!!!!!! If you did not catch that, then that may be the reason why you can not get the flow of the CD.

From begining to end the ladies were telling us a story. Do I have to break it down to ya???

They talked about what type of man they wanted (Soilder)

To how he could not keep up in bed (Loose My Breath)

And now that they have their Soilder, how she wants to treat him (Cater 2 U)

To how she misses him when he is gone (T- shirt)

To why he doesn't act the same, and seems to no longer be interested anymore (Is She The Reason)

And how he cheated on her w/ some one else, and her friends are tryin to tell her she needs to let him go(Girl)

To how they cant let go of a cheating man (Bad Habit)

And how they finally let him go and how hes gonna miss her (If)

To how they are rid of him (Free)

And how they were so hurt by what he did and now they are (Through With Love)

To how they finally met some one who really cares for them so now they have found true (Love)

That is the whole CD in a Nutshell. If you could not follow the CD then this may help.........So now you can re-listen to the CD and hopefully it will help. I really think the CD was very creative in how it was put together about women go through relationships w/the good and bad. I can listen to the CD all the way through. So my opion is listen to the words and the CD in its entirty and then decide if you like it.

Peace........~Lata~
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Moore on August 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
It's unfortunate to hear that the musical landscape's biggest female group of the last decade is planning on dismantling, but it is sobering and promising to know that they will each have futures. I really do respect Destiny's Child talent. They can harmonize. They can perform, and they have some nice fits (outfits) and very charasmatic but different personalities. Their appeal shows with the fact that they have pulled in sales of almost 3 million copies with this release which makes a statement in this current, sales-declining musical landscape.

LOSE MY BREATH-- Produced by Darkchild and Beyonce, I knew right away after hearing this first single that I had to cop this joint. The energy of this song is bananas. I love the drumline beat. It is definitely unique and at that point, there were no other songs of its kind. It was also good to see that each of the ladies were featured in the song. It was good as well to see that Darkchild made a comeback with a fresh beat. The accompanying video was also unique and hot as well. Another good fact about this song is that it never got overexposed which adds to its quality. A+

SOLDIER-Featuring T.I. & Lil Wayne, produced by Rich Harrison (Usher, J. Lo, Amerie), when I first heard this slow uptempo, I liked it. However, being a male myself the appeal of the song faded fast due to the lyrical content of the song and the fact that the song was overexposed. They played it TOO MUCH. Admittedly, the song is kind of cheesy. They sound like the Pussycat Dolls trying to look for a soldier. While I love DC, what do they know about a true, ghetto soldier? They probably would run if one came their way. The black-and-white video was tight though. Oh yea, this song is kind of long on the CD version.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By dccanreallysang on January 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I dont understand why so maybe people dont like it on the internet,but everyone i know does.The only reason I can think of is because of Beyonce being overexposed.I like the fact that each song brings something different to the cd,and also the fact that we here everyones voice,and its pure r&b,and the fact that they are in love make me love it more .my only problem is that i wish the cd would of had maybe 2 or 3 more tracks.But i remember dc said the cd was telling a story,and if you listen to each track you can hear the story.I think most people are either skimming through the tracks or are only listening to the album once,and then judgeing it.If people would be open,and actually listen to their voices,they might have a different reaction.People wanted a survior part2 (IMO the ablum was overhyped),they wanted the independent women of 2000&2001,but they fell in love.I mean they couldnt keep the male bashing going forever.it seems they are very where they are right in there life and it shows through there music.My favorite tracks are:

through with love-can i say michell killed the track at the end love the message

if- they all sound so good i love the way hey harmonize

cater to you-they man takes care of them so its there turn to do the same

love-i love this song

Well as of right now they already sold 3 million in the U.S.,so i guess all the bad reviews arent stopping the people heard them

GO GET THIS CD
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By KD on September 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
OK, I have to admit that I may be a bit biased, since I'm a fanatic of DC, but I really looooved this album, and do not see why everyone's freaking out because they decided to feature a more mid-tempo collection on their new CD. It's true that their usual funky dance vibe is absent here, and the album only has eleven songs, but if a halfway sane person listens to this more than once, they will appreciate the contemplative lyrics, outstanding vocals, and seemingly effortless harmonies that, to me, is truly what sets DC apart as a phenomenal group, regardless, that's right REGARDLESS, of how fast, slow, or in-between their songs are, whether there are 11, 2, or 1000 tracks on the CD, whether they dress up, wear jeans, or don fluffy bunny costumes on the CD cover... I think you get the idea. Below is a song-by-song review. I don't usually do this, but I feel this disc deserves it.

Lose My Breath is one of those songs that fans of DC's club vibes will undoubtedly like, with an awesome, ever-moving drum beat and fast lyrics. I'll never ever forget the first time I heard it.

Soldier is a midtempo containing a lot of urban slang and an incredibly catchy chorus.

Cater 2 U is a groovy slow jam, but with contrastingly fast lyrics.

T-Shirt is an incredibly sexy, yet surprisingly poetic, slow jam that I would not recommend showing to anyone under 13. All three of them seem like they are really feeling this song, though, which is awesome.

Is She the Reason is a mid-tempo with candid lyrics, which I think really display the confused feelings of the narrator. (Or whatever you call it when it's a song.)

Girl has the catchiest chorus on the entire CD, and I enjoy the interaction displayed between Beyonce, Kelly, and Michelle.
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