Janet Jackson - Tally Ones (2CD Greatest Hits) 2009 [FLAC] [h33t] - Kitlope

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Janet Damita Jo Jackson (born May 16, 1966) is an American choir member, songwriter and actress. Known for a series of sonically innovative, socially aware and sexually fascinating records, as well as laboured showbiz shows, tv and blear roles, she has been a honoured get in lay savoir vivre for over 25 years. She is ranked by Forbes armoury as one of the richest women in spectacular. The youngest young man of the Jackson household, she began her livelihood with the heterogeneity tv series The Jacksons in 1976 and went on to appear in other tv shows throughout the 1970s and original 1980s, including Admissible Times and Fame.

After signing a recording constrict with A&M in 1982, she came to hill following the unloosing of her third studio album Guidance (1986). Her collaborations with diary producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis incorporated elements of upbeat and blues, funk, disco, rap, and industrial beats, which led to crossover suit in lay music. In increment to receiving honour for the invention in her records, choreography, music videos, and hill on announce airplay and MTV, she was acknowledged as a r copy for her socially aware lyrics.

In 1991, she signed the first of two diary-breaking, multi-million dollar contracts with Virgin Records, establishing her as one of the highest paid artists in the commerce. Her enter album under the peg, Janet (1993), saw her exploit a social twice as a sex mark as she began to analyse sexuality in her energy. That same year, she appeared in her first starring blear r in Aesthetic Justice; since then she has continued to act in peculiarity films. By the end of the 1990s, Billboard named her the second most fruitful recording artist of the decade, following Mariah Carey. She has amassed an large catalog of hits, with singles such as «Nasty», «Rhythm Nation», «That's the Way Preference Goes», «Together Again», and «All for You» her most iconic.

Having sold over 100 million records, she is ranked as one of the best-selling artists in the summary of coincidental music.[1] The Recording Commerce Conjunction of America (RIAA) lists her as the eleventh best-selling female artist in the In Agreement States, with 26 million certified albums.[2] In 2008, Billboard armoury released its muster of the Hot 100 All-Nonetheless Top Artists, ranking her at numeral seven. In 2010, the armoury announced the «Top 50 R&B / Hip-Hop Artists of the Close By 25 Years», ranking her at numeral five. One of the world's most awarded artists, her longevity, records and achievements deliberate on her guidance in shaping and redefining the expanse of lay music. She has been cited as an spur among numerous performers.

Number Ones 2009

Janet Jackson — Tally Ones (2CD Greatest Hits) 2009 [FLAC] [h33t] — Kitlope

Numeral Ones (released internationally as The Best) is the second greatest hits compilation by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released on November 17, 2009 by Limitless Music Enterprises (UMe).[1] The twice-disc album is composed of 33 of her numeral one hit singles spanning various music charts across North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and South Africa.

Numeral Ones collects singles from her third studio album Guidance (1986) to her tenth studio album Penalize (2008), and was made possible as a seam wager between UMe and EMI Music. The album's unique, «Make Me», was made available for digital download on September 22, 2009. On December 22, Manage Me became her nineteenth numeral one hit unique on the Billboard Hot Cut A Rug Order Songs chart

Following her carrying out at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, «Make Me» was released on Jackson«s seemly website as an audio tide for those who joined the site»s e-despatch newsletter.[3] On September 22, 2009 it was released as a digital download for pay for. Although claims were made that «Make Me» is a laudation kerfuffle b evasion to her nonetheless fellow-citizen, Michael Jackson«s 1979 unique «Don»t «Til You Get Enough», Jackson later stated in an examine with Ryan Seacrest it is not, despite the similarity of the lyrics in the song»s outro.[4] In October 2009, UMe issued a horde unloosing stating «Make Me» would be included in Jackson's second greatest hits album, comprising 33 of her worldwide numeral one singles. The two-disc set spans blueprint-topping singles from Guidance (1986) to Penalize (2008) across the Billboard Hot 100, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Hot Cut A Rug Order Songs, Hot Mature Coincidental Tracks, and supranational charts such as Oricon and the South African Singles Blueprint.[5]

To whoop it up the unloosing of Numeral Ones, Limitless Music Bring (UMG) and Gleam Mob America organized three fan gatherings on November 14, 2009 in Los Angeles.[6][7] Kyle Anderson of MTV reported fans« gatherings in various Los Angeles locations «to cut a rug and pay laudation to some of the warhorse diva»s best cut a rug moves and songs.«[8] Jackson made an form at the assembly which took flourish at The Grove at Farmers Store.[8] ABC«s »In the Spotlight« with Robin Roberts profiled Janet Jackson in a one-hour examine loyal that aired November 18, 2009. Admissible Morning America aired a opening of the examine on that same day. ABC touted a loyal eight-two shakes of a lamb»s tail log carrying out by Janet on the 37th Annual American Music Awards, which aired November 22. On the telecast, Janet performed a combination that included five close by hits, in increment to »Make Me.»

To further sell the album, Jackson will start on her biggest in the seventh heaven entitled, Numeral Ones: Up Fast and Personal

The compilation sold 40,374 copies (80,748 units) in the first week in the USA, debuting at numeral 22 on the Billboard 200,[10] and has since sold 172,000 (344,000 units) in the U.S.[11] «Make Me» became Jackson's 19th numeral one Hot Cut A Rug Order Songs blueprint.

Sal Cinquemani of Rake Armoury gave the album four-and-a-half stars, commenting «the songs on Janet Jackson«s first-ever sweeping hits chrestomathy, Numeral Ones, have been sequenced in chronological class only magnifies the striking she had on nonetheless-»80s and original-'90s pop, when she helped describe the conservative of Top 40 announce along with the likes of Madonna, Prince, and her fellow-citizen Michael.[15] He also comments on the commercial shrink of her fresh energy, stating »but just as Numeral Ones«s sequencing highlights Janet»s awe-inspiring original years, it also underscores her startlingly snappy shrink...and the «hits» from her last three albums are a unmixed footnote here.«[15] Andy Kellman of Allmusic remarked: »Say what you want about Janet peaking with Jam & Lewis during the latter half of the «80s—to be legitimate, the assertion is valid—but she did torture up a career»s benefit of irrefutable hits during the years that followed. Even if they were not as sonically innovative and lacked the same amount of pop suit of the Control/Rhythm Polity-era singles, they clearly made a critical striking and have elderly well.«[13] Val Christopher with RockStar Weekly commented saying »A look endorse at Jackson’s storied livelihood provides more than lavish aim for her being one of the world’s most recognizable people. Numeral Ones opens with a hoax of Jackson’s best and most notable tracks. “What Have You Done For Me Lately”, “Nasty”, “Control”, “Miss You Much” and perhaps her finest unique, “Rhythm Nation”."


Disc 1

1. «What Have You Done for Me Lately» (from Guidance)
2. «Nasty» (from Guidance)
3. «When I Think of You» (from Guidance)
4. «Control» (from Guidance)
5. «Let's Recess Awhile» (Unique Remix) (from Guidance)
6. «The Joy Principle» (LP Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from Guidance)
7. «Diamonds» (Herb Alpert featuring Janet Jackson and Lisa Keith) (from Keep Your Eye on Me)
8. «Miss You Much» (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814)
9. «Rhythm Nation» (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814)
10. «Escapade» (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814)
11. «Alright» (Unique Remix) (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814 featuring Sombre D)
12. «Come Endorse to Me» (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814)
13. «Black Cat» (Video Mix — Prove Inadequate Unaccompanied) (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814)
14. «Love Will Never Do (Without You)» (Unique Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from Janet Jackson's Upbeat Polity 1814)
15. «The Best Things in Lifetime Are Free» (Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson with Loyal Guests BBD and Ralph Tresvant) (from Mo' Well-Heeled)
16. «That's the Way Preference Goes» (from janet.)

Disc 2

1. «If» (from janet.)
2. «Again» (from janet.)
3. «Because of Love» (from janet.)
4. «Any Nonetheless, Any Place» (R. Kelly Remix) (from janet. Remixed)
5. «Scream» (Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson) (Announce Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from summary)
6. «Runaway» (from Pattern of a Decade 1986/1996)
7. «Got «til It»s Gone» (featuring Q-Tip and Joni Mitchell) (LP Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from The Velvet Attach Attract)
8. «Together Again» (Announce Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from The Velvet Attach Attract)
9. «I Get Lonely» (LP Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from The Velvet Attach Attract)
10. «Go Deep» (from The Velvet Attach Attract)
11. «What's It Gonna Be?!» (Busta Rhymes featuring Janet Jackson) (LP Admissible Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from Extinction Rank At The Nonetheless)
12. «Doesn't Really Matter» (Soundtrack Side) from Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Soundtrack and All for You)
13. «All for You» (Video Mix) (from All for You)
14. «Someone to Denote My Lover» (Unique Touch Up Blue-Pencil) (from All for You)
15. «All Nite (Don't )» (from Damita Jo)
16. «Call on Me» (featuring Nelly) (from 20 Y.O.)
17. «Feedback» (Unique Side) (from Penalize)
18. «Make Me» (nonetheless close by unreleased)

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