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Janet Jackson - The Janet Jackson Story FLAC
Performer:
Janet Jackson
Album:
The Janet Jackson Story
Style:
Funk, Disco, New Jack Swing, Swingbeat, RnB/Swing, Dance-pop, Hip Hop, Interview, Dialogue, Promotional, Radioplay, Public Broadcast
Country:
US
Label:
Unistar Radio Programming
FLAC size:
1648 mb
MP3 size:
2680 mb
WMA size:
2440 mb


Tracklist


1Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about the Terry Lewis car
2No ArtistCommercials
3Janet JacksonThe Knowledge
4Janet JacksonMiss You Much
5Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about the "Let's Wait Awhile" video
6Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about working on videos
7Segment #6(10:22)
8Steve O'Brien Black Cat Outro
9Janet JacksonWhat Have You Done For Me Lately
10 CD 2: Hours #2
11Segment #2(12:59)
12Janet JacksonRhythm Nation
13Janet JacksonYoung Love
14Steve O'Brien Cher Story Teaser0:55
15Segment #7
16Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about the "Control" album credits
17Segment #1(12:40)
18Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about her James DeBarge divorce
19Segment #4(11:22)
20Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about Michael
21Segment #8
22Janet JacksonState Of The World
23Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Jackson Story Teaser (Vocals Only)0:29
24Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about the "When I Think Of You" video
25Janet JacksonHe Doesn't Know I'm Alive
26Janet JacksonEscapade
27Segment #3(10:55)
28Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about her collaboration with Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
29Janet JacksonLet's Wait Awhile
30Janet JacksonNasty
31Janet Jackson, Steve O'Brien Intro Medley
32 CD1: Hour #1
33Janet JacksonThe Pleasure Principle
34Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Jackson Story Teaser0:53
35Herb Alpert featuring Janet Jackson & Lisa KeithDiamonds
36Janet JacksonControl
37Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about the "What Have You Done For Me Lately" video
38Janet JacksonWhen I Think Of You
39Janet JacksonYou Can Be Mine
40Segment #5(5:51)
41Steve O'Brien , Janet JacksonJanet Interview about the song "Nasty"


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TWS-2-1-91Janet Jackson The Janet Jackson Story (Weekend Of February 1-3, 1991) ‎(LP, Promo, Transcription + LP, S/Sided, Transcript)Unistar Radio ProgrammingTWS-2-1-91US1991


Credits


  • Hosted BySteve O'Brien
  • IntervieweeJanet Jackson


Notes


"Unistar Radio Network" Radio show broadcasted in the USA, contains songs, interviews and background stories.
Reissue on CDR for promotional use only.
Original airdate: March 31, 1990


Album


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