Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation 1814 mp3 album

Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation 1814 mp3 album
Contemporary R&B,New Jack Swing,Pop,Adult Contemporary R&B
  • Performer:
    Janet Jackson
  • Title:
    Rhythm Nation 1814
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  • Style:
    Contemporary R&B,New Jack Swing,Pop,Adult Contemporary R&B
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  • Recording Location:
    Flyte Time Productions Studio, Minneapolis, MN
Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation 1814 mp3 album

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    1430 mb
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    1503 mb
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    1238 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Interlude: Pledge Janet Jackson 0:47
2 Rhythm Nation James Harris III / Janet Jackson / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 5:31
3 Interlude: T.V. Janet Jackson 0:22
4 State of the World James Harris III / Janet Jackson / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 4:48
5 Interlude: Race Janet Jackson 0:05
6 The Knowledge James Harris III / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 3:54
7 Interlude: Let's Dance Janet Jackson 0:03
8 Miss You Much James Harris III / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 4:12
9 Interlude: Come Back Interlude Janet Jackson 0:21
10 Love Will Never Do (Without You) James Harris III / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 5:50
11 Livin' in a World (They Didn't Make) James Harris III / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 4:41
12 Alright James Harris III / Janet Jackson / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 6:26
13 Interlude: Hey Baby Janet Jackson 0:10
14 Escapade James Harris III / Janet Jackson / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 4:44
15 Interlude: No Acid Janet Jackson 0:05
16 Black Cat Janet Jackson Janet Jackson 4:50
17 Lonely James Harris III / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 4:59
18 Come Back to Me James Harris III / Janet Jackson / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 5:33
19 Someday Is Tonight James Harris III / Janet Jackson / Terry Lewis Janet Jackson 6:00
20 Interlude: Livin'...In Complete Darkness Janet Jackson 1:07


Herb Alpert - Brass, Horn, Trumpet
Julie Ayer - Violin
Steve Barnett - Conductor
David Barry - Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Electric)
Lee Blaske - Arranger
Chris Brown - Bass
Carolyn Daws - Violin
Hanley Daws - Violin
David Eiland - Programming
Rene Elizondo - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Richard Frankel - Art Direction, Cover Design
Johnny Gill - Finger Snaps, Percussion, Special Effects
James Greer - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Guzman/Rotterdam Conservatory Orquesta Tipica - Photography
James Harris III - Composer
Steve Hodge - Engineer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Peter Howard - Cello
Janet Jackson - Arranger, Composer, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Jimmy Jam - Drums, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano, Producer, Programming
Jellybean Johnson - Drums, Guitar, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Jesse Johnson - Guitar
Lisa Keith - Vocals (Background)
Kathy Kienzle - Harp
Joshua Koestenbaum - Cello
Jamial Lafleur - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Terry Lewis - Arranger, Bass, Composer, Percussion, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Tshaye Marks - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
John McClain - Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Tamika McDaniel - Vocals
Tarnika McDaniel - Vocals (Background)
John McLain - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Shante Owens - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Amy Powell - Voices
Randy Ran - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Nicholas Raths - Guitar, Guitar (Classical)
Sonya Robinson - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Clarice Rupert - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Warlesha Ryan - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Tamas Strasser - Viola
John Tartaglia - Viola
Reshard Taylor - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Romuald Tecco - Concert Master
Anthony Thomas - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Hyacinthe Tlucek - Concert Master
Steve Wilson - Vocals, Vocals (Background)

This album stands true to this day with it's message.... #Classic
Pop music doesn't get much funkier, more urgent or more packed with confidence. From front to back, this is loaded with hits, and even the few comparatively bum tracks (e.g. "Livin' in A World (They Didn't Make)) are purposeful reminders that this is just as much an album as a nearly unparalleled set of singles (8 of them, seven of which hit the top 10). Most of our contemporary pop ingenues struggle in their transition to adulthood. Between the coming of age statement that was Control and the fully-formed ambition represented here, Jackson makes one of the genre's most purposeful and believable transitions. She offers a thin voice that demands to be heard, pushing through Jam and Lewis' commanding production and the vapid cacophony of most pop radio.Top Tracks:The swooning, propulsive "Love Will Never Do (Without You)." The gritty, muscular "Black Cat."
"Control" was an important album because it was Janet Jackson's her first classic album and also the single "When I Think Of You" was her first number one. After that Janet decided to an album about racism, poverty and all kind of inequality we have in our society with a couple of love songs instead of "Control part 2". That's how Janet proved she wasn't record company's puppet."Rhythm Nation" (it is usually called with that name) was a major step forwards. While "Control" was one of the best R&B albums ever made, this album was even better. She got 4 #1's and other high charting songs. It is not small if you have seven songs in TOP 5. This is also the only album ever which have had number #1 single in three different years. 1989, 1990, and 1991.The artists were singing about respect and these cultural things for a very long time. Donna Summer had hits like "She Works Hard of Money" and Rush had "Subdivision". However, Janet gave an album with good message in many songs and every song is there for a reason. I had never liked an album with interlude but this album changed my mind. This album works as seprated songs but the album experience is even better.The songs are mostly very good R&B but "Black Cat" is a rock song. It is a rock song which was written by Janet. It is also one of the most recognized rock songs ever. The riffs are great, the message about living too dangerous life is like giving a warning for all the people who live lifestyle which is often related to rock stars."Escapade" is another classic song. It is a happy song asking us leaving our worries for awhile."Love Will Never Do (Without You)" is a song not giving up about true love no matter what other people say. It is a beautiful song."Rhythm Nation", "State of the World", and often forgotten "The Knowledge" are fantastic songs with fantastic beats. They are about the things we need to look at if we wanna make the world a better place."Miss You Much" - "M:I.S.S. you much" is what Janet is singing. It is a good love song with some fun."Livin' in a World (They Didn't Make)" and also the outro "Livin'...In Complete Darkness" are about racism and poverty and how people have no choice. I think it is the wealthy people who have choices."Alright" is a cool song, maybe it is a little bit too long but it fits quite well in this album."Come Back to Me", and "Someday Is Tonight" are sweet love ballads, while "Lonely" is about searching someone to be friends with.One of the most important albums of all-time.
Tavan26 6/1/17I love this album! Rhythm Nation 1814 is an improvement over Control! I love the message that Janet wanted to accomplish with this album! Janet wanted to make a statement with this album and she impressed me! The songs are fun and enjoyable!
This is definitely one of Janet Jackson's masterpiece albums. And it's one of the best albums to emerge from the 1980's. Eerily, the message of Rhythm Nation still resonates today - perhaps even MORESO than it did when it was released.Hit after ground-breaking hit.....this is one of those rare albums where you can play it from start to finish without ever skipping a track. It was a very bold move to go in the Rhythm Nation 1814 direction after the mega-successful Control. It certainly paid off and shot Janet to superstardom - rivaling her big brother.Rhythm Nation 1814 remains the only album in history to place seven top 5 entires on the Billboard Hot 100. (and four of those hit #1!)