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  • Performer: Janet Jackson
  • Album: Rhythm Nation
  • FLAC: 1414 mb | MP3: 1111 mb
  • Released: 1989
  • Country: UK
  • Style: RnB/Swing, House
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 121
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Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Rhythm Nation (12" United Mix)
Edited By – Tony ShimkinEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Goh HotodaProducer [Post Production], Remix – Shep PettiboneProgrammed By [Additional Keyboard Programming] – Alan Friedman, Fred McFarlane, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
6:35
A2 Rhythm Nation (United Dub)
Edited By – Tony ShimkinEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Goh HotodaProducer [Post Production], Remix – Shep PettiboneProgrammed By [Additional Keyboard Programming] – Alan Friedman, Fred McFarlane, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
6:09
A3 Rhythm Nation (7" Edit) 4:28
B1 Rhythm Nation (12" House Nation Mix)
Edited By – Tony ShimkinEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Goh HotodaProducer [Post Production], Remix – Shep PettiboneProgrammed By [Additional Keyboard Programming] – Alan Friedman, Fred McFarlane, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
8:06
B2 Rhythm Nation (House Nation Groove)
Edited By – Tony ShimkinEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Goh HotodaProducer [Post Production], Remix – Shep PettiboneProgrammed By [Additional Keyboard Programming] – Alan Friedman, Fred McFarlane, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
6:42
B3 Rhythm Nation (7" Instrumental) 4:44

Credits

  • Arranged By [Rhythm & Vocal Arrangement] – Jackson*, Jam*, Lewis*
  • Backing Vocals – Lisa Keith
  • Drum Programming, Keyboards, Percussion, Programmed By [Keyboards] – Jimmy Jam
  • Producer – Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
  • Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Anthony Thomas, James "Popeye" Greer*, Jellybean Johnson, Randy Ran, Rene Elizondo*
  • Vocals [Additional Vocals], Executive Producer – John McClain
  • Written-By – James Harris III
  • Written-By, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Terry Lewis
  • Written-by, Co-producer, Keyboards, Vocals [Lead & Backing Vocals] – Janet Jackson

Notes

Catalog number on inner label: SP-12335
Catalog number on back of sleeve & spine: SP 12335

℗ 1989 A&M Records, Inc.
© 1989 A&M Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7502-12335-1 5

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
USA 673 Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation ‎(7", Single) Breakout, A&M Records USA 673 UK 1989
SP-12335 Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation ‎(12", Promo) A&M Records SP-12335 US 1989
390 468-7 Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation ‎(7", Single) A&M Records 390 468-7 Europe 1989
390 468-2 Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation ‎(CD, Single) A&M Records 390 468-2 Europe 1989
JANET 1-2 Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation ‎(CD, Promo, RE) A&M Records JANET 1-2 Spain 1995


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The ironclad songwriting of the still-going power trio of Jackson, Jimmy Jam, and Terry Lewis had a lot to do with that-at this point, they were infusing their synth funk with looser, layered rhythms and exploring the distance between funk and metal. Her vocals were often considered breathy and lilting, but on this album, Jackson established her lion’s roar, even at her uppermost pitch

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Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation (a title that puts ego before social conscience) begins with the distant sound of a tolling bell - a muffled memory of a dream deferred, perhaps (let freedom ring), or the still-faint promise of better things to come (ringing in the new). The bell is a warning - the album sounds a series of alarms and calls for action - and apparently a signal that school is in session, because when Jackson speaks, she’s reciting a Pledge : We are a nation with no geographic boundaries, bound together through our beliefs. We are like-minded individuals, sharing a common vision,.

Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (commonly referred to as Rhythm Nation) is the fourth studio album by American singer Janet Jackson, released on September 19, 1989, by A&M Records.

Artists Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation 1814. Rhythm Nation 1814 Janet Jackson. This album has an average beat per minute of 81 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 0/152 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Rhythm Nation 1814.

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Those CD singles from Germany are identical: same catalog number, same matrix code, same cardboard sleeve, same tracklisting. The only difference is just about the discs. One comes with a picture disc, the other not.Janet Jackson - Rhythm NationJanet Jackson - Rhythm Nation
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