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The Writing's on the Wall

Destiny's Child  Main Performer

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1 Writing's on the Wall (Intro) Knowles/Luckett/Rob 2:05
2 So Good Briggs/Knowles/Luck 3:13
3 Bills, Bills, Bills Briggs/Kandi/Knowle 4:16
4 Confessions Elliott/Holmes/Thom 4:57
5 Bug a Boo Briggs/Kandi/Knowle 3:32
6 Temptation Knowles/Luckett/Ray 4:05
7 Now That She's Gone Boynton/Fambro/Gete 5:35
8 Where'd You Go Knowles/Luckett/Pla 4:15
9 Hey Ladies Briggs/Kandi/Knowle 4:16
10 If You Leave Elliot/Hugger/Hunte 4:35
11 Jumpin, Jumpin Elliot/Knowles/Moor 3:50
12 Say My Name Daniels/Jenkins/Jer 4:31
13 She Can't Love You Briggs/Kandi/Knowle 4:04
14 Stay Simmons 4:51
15 Sweet Sixteen Knowles/Rowland/Wal 4:12
16 Amazing Grace (Outro) Traditional 2:40
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The Writing's on the Wall

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Columbia

Category: Pop/Rock

The Writing's on the Wall

UPC: 766486482227

Release Date: 11/28/2000

Original Release Date: 11/28/2000

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Writing's on the Wall (Intro), So Good, Bills, Bills, Bills, Confessions, Bug a Boo, Temptation, Now That She's Gone, Where'd You Go, Hey Ladies, If You Leave, Jumpin, Jumpin, Say My Name, She Can't Love You, Stay, Sweet Sixteen, Amazing Grace (Outro)]
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Stephen Thomas Erlewine

With their second album, Writing's on the Wall, Destiny's Child still suffers from slightly uneven songwriting, but it's nevertheless an assured step forward for the girl group. Not only are they maturing as vocalists, they are fortunate to work with such skilled, talented producers as Kevin "Shekspere" Biggs, Rodney Jerkins, Dwayne Wiggins, Chad Elliot, Daryl Simmons, and Missy Elliott, who all give the quartet rich, varied music upon which to work their charm. So, even when the album fails to deliver memorable songs, it always sounds alluring, thanks to the perfect combination of vocalists and producers. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi