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Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814

Album album by Janet Jackson
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Album Type Album
Release Date 19 September 1989
Year(s) Recorded September 1988 – May 1989
Album Length 64:32 (CD)
61:19 (vinyl)
Record Label A&M
Music Producer Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
Janet Jackson
Jellybean Johnson
John McClain (exec.)
Music Genre(s) R&B
pop
Pop
new jack swing
Number of Tracks 20
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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. Although label executives wanted material similar to her previous album, Control (1986), Jackson insisted on creating a concept album addressing social issues. Collaborating with songwriters and record producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, she drew inspiration from various tragedies reported through news media, exploring racism, poverty, and substance abuse, in addition to themes of romance. Although its primary concept was met with mixed reactions, its composition received critical acclaim. Jackson came to be considered a role model for youth because of her socially conscious lyrics.

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