All for You [Extra Track]
 : All for You [Extra Track]

by: Janet Jackson

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Emm/Virgin
EAN: 0724381168622
Edition: Parental Advisory ed.
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 4550025575
Label: Virgin
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Virgin
MPN: MFR724381168622#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: April 24, 2001
Publisher: Virgin
Release Date: November 08, 2001
Studio: Virgin

Disc 1:
  1. Intro
  2. You Ain't Right
  3. All For You
  4. 2wayforyou (Interlude)
  5. Come On Get Up
  6. When We Oooo
  7. China Love
  8. Love Scene
  9. Would You Mind
  10. Lame (Interlude)
  11. Trust A Try
  12. Clouds (Interlude)
  13. Son Of A Gun
  14. Truth
  15. Theory (Interlude)
  16. Someone To Call My Lover
  17. Feels So Right
  18. Doesn't Really Matter
  19. Better Days
  20. Outro
  21. Son Of A Gun (P. Diddy remix featuring Missy Elliott and P. Diddy)
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
'All For You' (2001) is the 7th studio album from Janet Jackson, her 5th straight Billboard Number One Debut, and the biggest opening week of her illustrious career. Parlaying the darker, more serious tone of her previous album, 'The Velvet Rope', Jackson here, alongside trusty creative partners Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, brings a lighter, pop-influenced tone, marked by dancey beats and pop stylings. From the funky fun of, 'Doesn't Really Matter' (featured in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps), to the breezy fun of the titular track, 'All For You', Janet Jackson proves once again that she is the leader of contemporary urban soul. Luxuriating over 70 minutes long, and plotted throughout with verbal interludes, 'All For You' is a catchy, enjoyable adventure that fans of Jackson and contemporary R&B will not want to miss.
Unlike those other members of her family, Janet Jackson's albums are still worth waiting for. The best parts of All for You, her first disc since 1997's The Velvet Rope, continue to display the first-class pop-R&B talent who broke through decisively in the mid-'80s with "What Have You Done for Me Lately" and "Nasty." Jackson's longtime cohorts Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are of course on board, and the production-writing trio demonstrates its mastery of everything from dirty funk ("You Ain't Right") to peppy, radio-perfect ("Come on Get Up" and 2000's No. 1 "Doesn't Really Matter") and hypnotically undulating sounds ("When We Oooo"). While much of All for You is irresistible, its handful of failures are poorly conceived and executed. Most glaring among these is "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)," an unlistenable sequel to Rope's "Got 'Til It's Gone" that substitutes one self-regarding singer-songwriter diva (Carly Simon) for another (Joni Mitchell), thereby wrecking Simon's one golden moment, "You're So Vain." "Son of a Gun" and "Truth" apparently target estranged husband Rene Elizondo, but Jackson is hardly as convincing a revenge artist as she is a sex kitten. In fact, the likes of "Love Scene (Ooh Baby)" and "Would You Mind" out-spice even the carnally obsessed Velvet Rope and Janet. --Rickey Wright

Average Rating: none

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