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Editors’ Notes

Recently, Janet Jackson’s longstanding influence over pop music has become more pronounced thanks to a crop of rising superstars, particularly Ciara, whose brilliant hit “Promise” was a recreation of Jackson’s seminal sound designs on Control and Rhythm Nation 1814. And now that her older work has proved its lasting power, Jackson has every right to compete with her junior admirers. Her first album since 1986’s Control, Discipline bears the mark of Atlanta hip-hop producer (and Jackson’s longtime boyfriend) Jermaine Dupri. The spectacular sparkle of “Luv” is a rejoinder to Kanye West and T-Pain’s magnificent “Good Life,” while Dupri’s production on “Never Letchu Go” aims to recreate the comeback success he brought Mariah Carey. On the title track, the explicit sex talk that might have felt provocative when Jackson was in her 20s now feels awkward, but even so she still displays her taste for bold sounds. A thrilling juxtaposition of oil barrel drums and mesmerizing harmonies, “Rollercoaster” encapsulates everything that is unique about Jackson’s style. From the stuttering drums and sirens of “The 1” to the Daft Punk samples on “So Much Betta,” this 42-year-old still shows a streak of adventurousness that her students would be wise to study.

Customer Reviews

Classic Janet!

Janet is back, after her under par album '20 Y.O.' and is back with this much stronger effort 'Discipline'. Here is a track-by-track review excluding the interludes (which by the way flow into the next track quite nicely); Feedback; The first single off the album. One of Janets' best songs in her career in my opinion. Has a nice dance feel to it. 5/5 LUV; This is a really catchy track. The chorus is similar to 'With You' by Chris Brown but instead of "With You, With You, With You" she replaces it with "Luv, Luv, Luv, Luv". Great track! 5/5 Rollercoaster; This track has one of the best beat I have heard in a while. Although I said I would not review any interludes the interlude for this track is really good. 4.5/5 Rock With U; If anyone has been to a Abercombie & Fitch, this is the typical track you would hear. It has a big beat and a dance feel to it. But if you have not been to a A&F lately, plain and simple it's a good track. 4.5/5 2nite; I think I know who produced this track... did you notice the 'yeah' in the backround. It's the same producers as 'Tatoo' by Jordin Sparks. This track is not as catchy as her track though. Overall not my favorite on the album. Hopefully it will be a grower. 3.5/5 Can't B Good; Now, here is a slow jam. Janet is known for these. But if you have listened to 20 'Y.O.' you would know that their were too many of them on that CD. But it's a nice break from all the dance music. 4.5/5 Never Letchu Go; At this point of the CD. I am worried... as you know from the previous track I stated that their were too many slow jams on the previous CD. But I will let it pass because it's only 2 so far out of 7. It's still a nice track though. 4/5 Greatest X; I find this track is too similar to the previous track. It's a slow jam for one, it has a similar beat. But for some reason I don't mind it, which is strange for me. 4.25/5 So Much Betta; Now this is what I am talking about! This track is on fire! I heard it samples Daft Punk. Although I am not sure which track from them. It also seems like a darker track when I listen to it which is amazing coming from Janet. Best track on the album 5+/5 The 1 (Feat. Missy Elliot) ; This is also a very good track. Although I do prefer 'So Much Betta'. But this track sounds like it belongs on a Step Up Soundtrack or something. Which is a good thing! 4.5/5 What's Ur Name; We are back to the slow jams. But I do not mind this track because it gives a break from the 2 previous dance tracks which were on fire! A much needed break. 4/5 Discipline; Wow... This track really disturbs me! As most Janet fans know. Janet's dad abused her family and her. So the lyrics are a disturbing if you think about her past. But it's a good track. 4/5 Curtains; Unfortunately all good things come to an end! She ends the album with like a slow jam but it's not slow enough for a slow jam but it's not fast enough for a dance track . So it ends just perfectly. 4/5 Overall this album is FAR better than 20 Y.O. . It has a good mix of slow jams and dance tracks. It seems like Ms. Jackson is back on her game and it has not sounded better! If you are into Hip-Hop, R&B or even Rap this album will satisfy you most likely. BUY THIS ALBUM!


You have done it Ms. Jackson. Something I can dance to, turn up and blast in my car. I LOVE IT ALL!!! CLASSIC JANET. You were true to your word. Really hope people recognize how crazy amazing this CD is. Can't wait to see you on GMA. GOOD LUCK.


Janet's BACK in full force! From every high tempo, mid tempo and ballet songs, she just nails it!!!!! Janet your the best!

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