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Janet Album Collector's
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This item is in the style of a book with color
pictures and lyrics to the songs on the Janet Album. At the back
of the book are 2 CD's, the second of these CD's has some
rare tracks/remixes. The cover of this book has Janet in one of
her most famous poses. The right of the picture shown (above)
shows the 2 CD's included.
Welcome to all fans! This site is a tribute to one of the sexiest
and most talented women on the planet today. Her name is Janet
Jackson and she defines the words "Music
Please have a good look around the site as
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Janet on the internet. There is also a "brother" site
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Janet Jackson has sold more than 100 million
records worldwide, and is one of the best-selling artists in
contemporary music. For the first time ever, 33 of Janet's
global #1 hits, plus the newly recorded single, "Make
Me," will be available on one album--NUMBER ONES. The
two-disc set celebrates the career and artistry of one of the
most successful and influential artists in music history.
Among the album's many highlights is new
single "Make Me," which was produced by Janet and
Rodney Jerkins. Along with "Make Me," NUMBER ONES spans
more than 20 years of chart-toppers, every #1 track spun off from
Janet's original albums, from her 1986 blockbuster
breakthrough CONTROL to her most recent, 2008's DISCIPLINE.
CONTROL sold more than 14 million copies worldwide, with five #1
singles. The best-selling album of 1990, RHYTHM NATION 1814 sold
more than 14 million copies worldwide, making Janet the first and
only artist in history to produce seven top 5 hits from one
album. JANET. sold 20 million albums worldwide, with six hit
singles and a nomination for an Academy Award® for Best
Original Song, "Again." THE VELVET ROPE has sold more
than 10 million worldwide, with six hit singles. ALL FOR YOU was
Janet's fifth consecutive album to debut at #1, with more
than seven million in worldwide sales. For Janet's seventh
consecutive platinum album, DAMITA JO, Janet took its title from
her middle name.
Janet's eighth consecutive platinum album, 20
Y.O., acknowledged her love affair with her fans. Janet
encouraged her fans around the world to design the 20 Y.O. cover
artwork and she chose her favorites for the U.S. pressings.
DISCIPLINE was Janet's 6th number one album and 10th studio
NUMBER ONES is the first greatest hits compilation
from Janet in this century. Janet's last hits collection was
released in 1995.
Discipline has now been released. Janet describes
her album in detail; "It's the idea that unifies the
songs on this record. As a concept, and even a lifestyle,
discipline goes extremely deep. It can be applied to so much
about ourselves. In my case,I see it as one of defining aspects
of my character. Discipline was there for me from the start. But
it was not until this record that I began to understand its full
meaning. "In putting Discipline out front -- as both the
title of the album and title of a song about sexual surrender --
I wanted to announce that I was venturing into new creative
waters. That meant working with producers like Jermaine Dupri,
Rodney Jerkins, and Ne-Yo, whose songs spoke to the immediacy of
my emotions. Like all my records, this one, whether intentional
or not, has autobiographical roots. It's difficult for me to
work any other way. I don't feel it, if I don't believe
it, I can't sing it.
"So Discipline, as a storyline, begins in my
childhood which someone could see as a classic study in
discipline. Discipline was part of a family culture that I
absorbed. I was born with it.
"I also believe that discipline has given me
the confidence to jump out of the nest. When L.A. Reid, Chairman
of Island Def Jam, and I discussed co-executive producing this
record, we both agreed that the feeling had to adventuresome and
fresh. I was interested in exploring musical scenarios--some
exotic, many erotic, but all deeply emotional. "I wanted to
push the envelope. And I'm glad that Discipline, both as a
song and an album, does just that."
You can order the Deluxe
Discipline Album (CD + DVD) ~
20 Y.O. has now been released. The Album begins
with Janet declaring on the spoken intro to 20 Y.O. that she
wants to "keep it light" and "have fun," and
to that end the album boasts plenty of club bangers. "So
Excited" and "Get It Out Me" are cases in point,
with each sporting the spare, electro grooves ubiquitous in the
early 2000s. Such tracks dot the disc, thanks to top-shelf
producers like Jermaine Dupri and Terry Lewis, among others, but
Jackson's way with a slinky ballad hasn't diminished, as
"Call On Me," a duet with rapper Nelly, proves.
Jackson's music sounds fresh and modern, with its pop
instincts in tune with the contemporary market, almost as if she
were, herself, 20 years old.
You can order the 20 Y.O
Special Edition Album (CD + DVD) ~
Janet Jackson Makes Sexiest
Janet Jackson knows sexy — from her topless
Rolling Stone cover to videos like the Herb Ritts-directed
"Love Will Never Do (Without You)" — but producer
Dallas Austin promises her new album titled Damita Joe is
"easily the most sexy thing she's done."
"Guys won't know what to do with
themselves after this," he said, laughing at the prospect.
"It's one of the best records she's made."
Austin said he's produced five songs with
Janet already, having worked with her over the last few months at
his DARP Studios in Atlanta. The Damita Joe album is due March
30, according to a spokesperson for her label. Austin said he and
Janet will record for another month before deciding which songs
make the final cut. Janet is also working with longtime executive
producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
The overriding theme of Austin's
collaborations with Janet is her bubbling sexuality. "To me,
this is her Dirty Mind," Austin explained, referring to the
Prince album that established him as a hormonally charged pop
star. "It's a really sexy record, but not in a sensual
way. It's bold, it's fun, it's really positive.
Nobody's sad, nobody's mad. It's just really fun
songs where she happens to be talking frankly about
Austin said the direction came from the energy she
gave off from her when they first started working together.
"She always shows what's going on with her life through
her records, reveals the phase she's in with her life and
brings out that experience," he said.
Early on in the recording process last May,
producer 7 Aurelius said he and Jackson had crafted some
"cutting edge, hard-hitting dance music" for the LP,
and he predicted fans would be surprised by the final product
(see "Janet Jackson Recording 'Hard-Hitting Dance
Music' For New LP").
Austin, meanwhile, has also been spending time
working with another alluring talent — Gwen Stefani. The
bulk of the songs they've worked on were finished before the
holidays, he said.
"They're both the easiest artists to work
with, [Janet] and Gwen," Austin said. "With both their
albums, it's the most creative vibe I've had in a long
time. You'd think because of their status they're going
to be spoiled stars, but it's not like that. They're open
to anything you put in front of them, and that's so important
because as a songwriter and producer it leaves you free to do
what you do best."
Janet Jackson Releases Special
Janet Jackson's unlikely collaboration with Missy Elliott and
Carly Simon on her latest single, "Son of a Gun," just
got stranger — P. Diddy remixed the song for Janet's
All for You DVD/CD box set.
The Diddy mix is one of two new versions of the
song that appear on the release — Janet's longtime
producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis also remixed the ditty, which
is based on Simon's 1972 hit "You're So
All for You — The Limited Edition CD and DVD
also features music videos, behind-the-scenes and performance
footage from her last three tours and a 24-page booklet with new
photos. Her performance at MTV-Icon: Janet Jackson is included,
There are also two other new DVD's by
Design of the Decade which features the
videos: What Have You Done for Me Lately, Nasty, When I Think of
You, Control, Let's Wait a While, The Pleasure Principle,
Miss You Much, Rhythm Nation, Escapade, Alright, Come Back to Me,
Black Cat, Love Will Never Do (Without You), That's the Way
Love Goes, Whoops Now and Runaway. It also includes Runaway
You can order the Design of the
Decade DVD ~
Rhythm Nation Compilation which features
the videos: Miss You Much, Rhythm Nation, Escapade, Alright
(extended), Come Back to Me, Black Cat, and Love Will Never Do
You can order the Rhythm Nation
Compilation DVD ~
We are all born special, I think we lose it along the way
somehow. Whether our parents don't tell us enough, or at all,
and its about finding that place within you.
- Janet Jackson
Taken from "Warmth"
Mouth against your mouth
Getting you aroused
Whisper in your ear
I think I'll take it further south
Kissing on your neck
Rubbing on your leg
Slide a little further up
I feel you get erect
And now we're flesh against flesh
Breathing on your chest
So anxious to touch it
My mouth is getting wet
Just like the water from the shore
Let your rain pour
Baby brace yourself for...
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