The Video Anthology
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The FIRST EVER Video Anthology for Destiny's Child. It includes 16 career spanning iconic videos from one of the top selling female groups of all time! Featuring the ground breaking classics "Independent Women Part 1", "Survivor", "Bootylicious", "Bills, Bills, Bills" & more!
Executive Producers: Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Mathew Knowles
1.No, No, No, Part I
2.No, No, No, Part II (featuring Wyclef Jean)
3.Bills, Bills, Bills
4.Bug A Boo
5.Say My Name 6.Jumpin' Jumpin'
8.Independent Woman Pt 1
10.Bootylicious (featuring Missy Elliott) (Re-Mix Version)
12.Lose My Breath
13.Soldier (featuring T.I. and Lil Wayne)
15.Stand Up For Love (2005 World Children's Day Anthem)
16.Cater 2 U
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I hope, one of these days, Kelly Rowland will actually learn that music is a true artform and that being a stripper (like Beyonce' Knowles) is not... and thus will mature into contemporary adult music, instead of this teen lust, street thug, burlesque-like stuff that she now performs (along with her band mates).
But, that aside, these ladies are beautiful and they do dance incredibly suggestively enough to warrant admiration (even if for the wrong reasons.) Most of the music is laughable, but that is to be expected from the genre. Only when they perform ballads do these ladies shine as truly beautiful women - not just as eye candy but as real vocalists.
The video is worth 3 stars for the naughtiness. Toni Braxton's video collection is superior.
01. "With Me (Part II) [feat. Jermaine Dupri]"
02. "Get on the Bus (feat. Timbaland)"
03. "Bug a Boo (Refugee Camp Remix) [feat. Wylcef Jean]"
04. "Jumpin', Jumpin' (So So Def Remix) [feat. Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat & Lil Bow Wow]"
05. "Survivor (Remix feat. Da Brat)"
06. "8 Days of Christmas"
07. "Nasty Girl"
08. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer".
Granted, some of these would feel a bit out of place or be a bit redundant, but the non-remix, non-holiday videos should have been included, without question. I'm giving this DVD two stars because it really is a bargain release at under fifteen dollars, but at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. Will I buy this? Yes. Am I disappointed? Extremely. I'm settling, big-time - because it's either this or do what I have to do now, which is pop in various random Destiny's Child releases to watch the few videos that have been included on them. Here's to hoping Columbia records catches up with the time and gives us a Blu-ray disc with ALL of their videos, in anamorphic widescreen (where it applies) and heck, they can still be in standard definition, but an HD remastering would be amazing.
No matter what the line-up may have been, these ladies always brought style, class, looks, clever lyricism and some of the most beautiful harmonies ever. I seriously cannot wait until this arrives at my doorstep. Destiny's Child is my all-time favorite group (male or female).
Anyone familiar with this group knows that these videos are truly iconic and have helped cement these ladies as legends!!!
I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS TO ANYONE INTERESTED IN WITNESSING THE LAST GREAT GIRL GROUP AT THEIR BEST.