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Where Are You Now - Janet Jackson - janet. (Cassette, Album)

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  1. May 18,  · "Control" may have been her breakout, and "Rhythm Nation " her breakthrough with a whopping seven singles reaching the top 5 of the Hot (the only album to do so.) But Janet Jackson.
  2. Admittedly, I discovered Janet along with the rest of the Jackson's because of Michael, (I'm a big MJ fan but he's not the focus of this). It's fuzzy when I first heard her music, Rhythm Nation was released when I was 10 years old, I'd already heard tracks like Control, What Have You Done For Me Lately etc.
  3. 'janet. () Janet Remixed 'Design of a Decade: – () Janet Remixed is the second remix album by American recording artist Janet quitratinbernucocnyriserrerandy.coed on March 13, by Virgin.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Janet. on Discogs.3/5(1).
  5. Janet (stylized as janet.) is the fifth studio album by American singer Janet Jackson, released on May 18, , by Virgin Records to its release, Jackson was at the center of a high-profile bidding war over her recording contract.
  6. May 18,  · Product description. Janet. CD Virgin, CDV , , 27 Track Why is Janet Jackson's Janet the best Michael Jackson album since Thriller and the best Madonna album since, well, since ever? Perhaps it's because Michael's kid sister is the only one of these three aerobic video stars with enough smarts to realize that sex, hooks, and beats are all that matter in this field of /5().
  7. Audio, Cassette $ 7 Used This album is now one of my favorite albums. You have songs like "That's The Way Love Goes" which gives you that smooth R&B vibe. Makes you just want to sit back and chill and listen to the music just like in the music video for this song. My favorite album from Janet Jackson. Really different tracks /5().
  8. Ms. Jackson repeats the genre-hopping confidence of Rhythm Nation with extraordinary artistic and commercial success. She and producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis flip deep house ("Throb"), hard funk-rock ("This Time"), rock 'n' soul ("What I'll Do") and black consciousness-raising R&B ("New Agenda" with Chuck D) with zeal, and nearly every song shines.

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