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Album: This Is the Remix

Artist: Destiny's Child

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized

Tracklist For This Is the Remix By Artist Destiny's Child

Title Artist Time
1
No, No, No, Pt. 2 (feat. Wycle Destiny's Child 4:01 USD 1.29
2
Emotion Destiny's Child 4:14 USD 1.29
3
Bootylicious Destiny's Child 4:11 USD 1.29
4
Say My Name Destiny's Child 5:01 USD 1.29
5
Bug a Boo (feat. Wyclef Jean) Destiny's Child 3:47 USD 1.29
6
Dot Destiny's Child 3:58 USD 1.29
7
Survivor (Remix feat. Da Brat) Destiny's Child 3:23 USD 1.29
8
Independent Women, Pt. 2 Destiny's Child 3:42 USD 1.29
9
Nasty Girl Destiny's Child 5:17 USD 1.29
10
Jumpin', Jumpin' Destiny's Child 7:16 USD 1.29
11
Bills, Bills, Bills Destiny's Child 3:22 USD 1.29
12
So Good Destiny's Child 4:58 USD 1.29
13
Heard a Word Destiny's Child 4:56 USD Album Only

Reviews For This Is the Remix By Artist Destiny's Child

  • This Is the Remix

    5
    By eat-sleep-ipod
    This is the best remix album I have ever listened to! I'm not just saying this because I'm the biggest DC fan that I know; but that they not only scored on production, but they actually used creativity to make the songs different pieces entirely rather than just putting in club beats like many artists do. No, No, No Pt. 2 is way back from their self-titled debut and is totally club ready. Emotion has some very beautiful vocals, beautiful in a different way than the original. I'm not a hundred percent positive when I say this; but I think I like this remix better; it's just cooler to listen to. The lyrics in Say My Name were totally stripped down and changed up. The beat is very unique, and the vocals are all on point. Bug a Boo remix is another one that I prefer to the original; the lyrics were changed and seemed more mature and the beats are hot. The remix to Dot is also better, it is more relevant to the angry feeling of the song. Survivor sounds the same but features Da Brat, who is just amazing. Independent Women, Pt. 2 is the second half of the very popular Pt. 1. I think they both are a must-have, because each are enjoyable in different ways. Nasty Girl has a better beat than the original, and it almost makes the vocals stand out better. Jumpin', Jumpin' has Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, and Lil Bow Wow in it. Bills, Bills, Bills remix was never one of my favorites; I always preferred the original, but this is a good dance remix and I think I finally like it. So Good remix is absolutely genius; one of the standout tracks on here, and better than the original by far. The intro and then Beyonce bursting on the scene is spectacular, and the beats are groovy. Heard a Word was a preview for Michelle's debut album, Heart to Yours, which was the first Destiny's Child solo member debut. Overall, this album was obviously very well-thought out, not just thrown together. I believe that everything this group does is perfect.
  • yay DC remixes

    5
    By DJ Oreos
    I think people take for granted the amount of effort that goes into a remix. I think each and every one of these remixes is brilliant! #3 is my fave!
  • NOO NOO NOOO!

    2
    By codyclass07
    I love Dc but these remmix albums are really bad. The only good one is the survivor remix with da bratt. Another really weird thing is the Bug a boo remix is the refugee camp remix. Thats totally weird and kinda offensive.
  • Weird????

    2
    By 9993532
    I only am giving this album 2 stars because i love beyonce and Destiny's Child but these remixes really stink!!!
  • Not liking it so much

    4
    By misspimp
    Its true the original songs were better
  • good, liked the originals WAY better though

    4
    By juicygirl12
    nuff said
  • GET ON THE BUS!!!

    5
    By one_alone
    please, itunes give us Get On The Bus! and the music video too! oh, yeah, this album was great. i liked bootylicious, say my name, and emotion. so good was kind of stupid cuz in the beginning for a while it wuz just ppl talkin.

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