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Released: 30th April 2001.

Destiny's Child - SurvivorAfter the huge success of "The Writing's On The Wall" and much rotation of members, Destiny's Child returns with a much talked about new album. Is it worth the hype?

Promoted by the current hit single, "Survivor", living up to the high Destiny's Child standard, as well as the previous chart-topper, "Independent Women," the album is much more than its predecessor.

First of all, it has a lot more variety. For one, "Independent Women pt. II" sounds nothing like part I, which is interesting. Also, the beats and tempos are different in almost every song.

The tracks aren't really anything we haven't heard before, but they are still pleasant to listen to. The girls' harmonies are better than ever, and the same goes for the production.

My favourites include "Dance With Me," which has a very nice beat and a good chorus. "Dangerously In Love" is a slow song, but it's saved by the wicked production.

* * * * (Marvin van der Weyde)

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