Also, on MTV's TRL in Spring 2001, Jackson had told Carson Daly that "Trust a Try" would be a future single, but there were no plans for the single release. "All for You" (Change It Up Mix) – 10:35, B2. All for You is the seventh studio album by Janet Jackson, released on April 16, 2001 by Virgin Records. In 2000, Jackson released the single "Doesn't Really Matter" from the Nutty Professor II: The Klumps soundtrack. Read the All for You wiki, detailing its background, how it features in Janet Jackson's career, and its style. Good Janet is a sentient database for The Good Place created by "the Makers of Light, Darkness, and Everything." The album is mainly more dance-pop tinged hip hop and R&B than her previous album The Velvet Rope . Dance remixes of "All for You" were released by Thunderpuss and Phats & Small. "All For You" was used as the name of Jackson's 2001 tour. Listen online to Janet Jackson - All for You and find out more about its history, critical reception, and meaning. When it comes to burning up a dance floor, she is still Ms. "All for You" set a record by becoming the first single to ever be added to every major radio format on the same day of its release. She worked as a … She was the eleventh girl called into the house. On its initial pressings, the album was released without a Parental Advisory sticker, despite featuring very strong language and sexual content in some songs (specifically in the songs "Love Scene (Ooh Baby)", "Would You Mind", "Trust a Try", "Son of a Gun" and "Better Days"). Released on April 24, 2001 by Virgin Records America, its development and theme was rooted in Jackson's s The music video edit of "All for You" with the dance breakdown is available on the "All for You" single as the "Video Mix" and was later included on Janet's second hits compilation Number Ones, released 2009. The song's overall airplay debut record was later broken by Lady Gaga's "Born This Way", although Gaga's single was able to achieve the feat with a radio airplay deal to play the song hourly. As of September 2009, All for You has sold 3,107,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. 1 Appearance 2 History 3 Skills & Abilities 4 Character Concept Normal Janet is a Cloud with lavender eyes, eyelashes and purple limbs. At thirty-five, Jackson is now an R&B veteran, and she's earned her stature not through innovation but through consistency. In mid-2001, the album was re-released with a Parental Advisory warning on it, along with a bonus track (the remix of "Son of a Gun"). With the re-release, a clean version was then issued, which retained the "Son of a Gun" remix, but omitted the track "Would You Mind", while also censoring "Love Scene (Ooh Baby)", "Trust a Try", "Better Days", and the original album version of "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)". The re-release marked Jackson's first album to be released with a Parental Advisory label on it; the second being follow-up Damita Jo (2004). She also co-created Neil's Puppet Dreams with Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka. Jackson performing "All for You" during her MTV Icon special. Janet is Arnold's know-it-all paternal cousin who tends to brag a lot. "All for You" also debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart at #14, the highest debut ever for a single that wasn't commercially available. Written and produced by Jackson and Jam and Lewis, "All for You" is a dance-pop song about flirting with someone on the dance floor. Listen to All for You online and get recommendations on similar music. He also commented on her duet with Carly Simon saying "The album's biggest misstep is "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)", featuring Carly Simon. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. All for You is the 7th album by Janet Jackson. He went on to say that "This is a much more satisfying album than The Velvet Rope, even if most of the songs are overlong and a few juggle satin sheet-cliches with self-help ones to numbing effect. Top Selling Single of the Year for Foreign Music: Doesn't Really Matter, Top Pop Album of the Year: "Wanna Be Award" given to good role models for kids, "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song is About You)", Mike Bozzi – assistant mastering engineer, Janet Jackson – vocals, producer, executive producer, Terry Lewis – multi-instruments, producer, executive producer, Alexander Richbourg – drum programming, MIDI programming, Pro-Tools, Rockwilder – producer, drum programming, MIDI programming, Bradley Yost – assistant engineer, mixing. All for You is the seventh studio album by Janet Jackson, released on April 24, 2001 by Virgin Records. The song is like a car wreck: It's impossible not to be horrified yet strangely intrigued." The version of the album included in the set is the clean version, with an additional remix which was not included on either versions of the album's original re-issue. Urban remixes by DJ Premier, DJ Quik, and Rockwilder were also released. Jackson." In its second week All for You fell to number 2 with 310,000 copies sold. "All for You" is a song recorded by American singer Janet Jackson. But it adds up to a lot more than most female singers have done for us lately." The following single, "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)" (which featured Carly Simon and repurposed her 1972 hit "You're So Vain") did not meet the same success as the album's previous singles; peaking at number twenty-eight. Most Performed Song From A Motion Picture: Doesn't Really Matter, Reader's Choice Award for Entertainer of the Year. Despite strong language and extremely strong sexual content and themes, first pressings of the album did not contain a Parental Advisory warning on it, and thus, a clean version was not offered. The song won several music awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording and received multiple sales certifications worldwide. The song was released on March 13, 2001. It was Jackson's fifth straight number one debut in the United States, and the biggest opening week sales of her career. 1 Background 2 Physical Appearance and Attire 3 Appearances 3.1 Season One 3.2 Season Two 3.3 Season Three 3.4 Season Four 3.5 Season One (Rides Again) 3.6 Season Two (Rides Again) 4 Relatives 5 Trivia 6 Gallery Janet is Arnold's abrasive, stubborn, arrogant, know-it-all yet lovely cousin who tends to brag about how she … Playback options Janet was the name given to Cloud Guy's wife in early Trolls World Tour animatics, although it's currently unknown if the name is still in use. "All for You" was infamously performed along with "Rhythm Nation" at the Super Bowl XXXVIII, which featured a cameo appearance by Justin Timberlake to perform "Rock Your Body", ending in the massively controversial Super Bowl incident which resulted in a blacklist that largely affected Jackson's airplay on many radio formats and music channels worldwide. Even Jackson's duet with Carly Simon, a digitally remastered interpolation of 'You're So Vain' named 'Son of a Gun', proves a smart choice." "All for You" (Top Heavy Remix) – 4:06, A2. Music UK referred to the album as "her most unnerving and plausible character thus far; the divorcee on the prowl." It is from her album, also called All for You. Janet_Jackson_—_All_for_you.jpg ‎ (600 × 521 пиксель, размер файла: 260 Кб, MIME-тип: image/jpeg) Краткое описание Править Описание Teri VanHorn of MTV dubbed Jackson "Queen of Radio" as the single made radio airplay history, "[being] added to every pop, rhythmic and urban radio station that reports to the national trade magazine Radio & Records. to Damita Jo: The Videos. Best Dance Recording, NARAS Governor's Award ;And a Grammy nomination for best pop vocal performance by a female Artist someone to call my lover. WikiVisually WikiVisually People Places History Art Science WikiVisually Top Lists Trending Stories Featured Videos Celebrities Cities of the World History by Country Wars and Battles Supercars Rare Coins "All for You" also won the award for "Best Dance Video" at the International Dance Music Awards and "Best Choreography" at the MVPA Awards. Fogadtatása. Anthony DeCurtis of Rolling Stone gave it a three-and-a-half out-of-five star rating, saying "...on All for You, Jackson cranks the heat higher still. All for You is the seventh studio album by American singer Janet Jackson. Nevertheless, All for You stands as a monument to the positive effects of divorce. [3] Playback options What Have You Done For Me Lately Nasty When I Think Of You Control Let's Wait Awhile The Pleasure Principle Miss You Much Rhythm Nation Escapade Alright Come Back To Me Black Cat Love Will Never Do (Without You) That's The Way Love Goes If Again Because Of Love Any Time Any Place You Want This (ft. MC Lyte) Runaway Twenty Foreplay Got 'Til It's Gone (ft. Q-Tip & Joni Mitchell) Together … "All for You" (Top Heavy Remix Instrumental) – 4:05, "All for You" (DJ Quik Remix Instrumental) – 4:29, "All for You" (Instrumental Rock Mix) – 7:21, "All for You" (Top Heavy Remix Instrumental) – 4:05, A1. Released on April 24, 2001 by Virgin Records. It also reached number one in Canada and the top three in France and the United Kingdom. Janet is a former robobrain turned android sexbot that formerly resided in Skunkwater Gulch and is one of AlChestBreach's main companions. The album saw Janet heavily incorporating pop and dance-pop music & showcased a fluffier pop sound with lyrics talking mostly about Janet's then-recent divorce. "All or You" remains Jackson's last Hot 100 number one single so far. NME called the song a "faultless funk affair", while AllMusic exclaimed the song would "maintain Janet, [and co-producers] Jam, and Lewis' reputation as the leading lights of contemporary urban soul." It appears on the DVD edition of All for You—which also contains an exclusive live performance of the song from MTV Icon—as well as the 2004 DVD From Janet. This version of the song was later included as a bonus track on the album's re-release and subsequent Deluxe Edition release. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic favored All for You over her last studio album, The Velvet Rope, stating "Four years later, marked by one hidden marriage revealed through a divorce, Janet returned with All for You, an album that is as about sex as much as The Velvet Rope, yet there's a key difference -- it feels sexy, not pornographic." With a three-out-of-four star rating, Steve Jones of USA Today said "on this fifth collaboration with producers James "Jimmy Jam" Harris and Terry Lewis, the singer is in a sexy, fun-loving mood [...] While she overdoes the between-song interludes here, she never fails to get you to move. Outside of the United States, it was a commercial success, debuting at number one in Canada (with 37,200 copies sold at the first week), becoming the first of her career in Canada, and in the top five in Australia, The Netherlands, Europe, France, Germany, Japan, (with 63,450 copies sold at the first week) Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and The United Kingdom. Neumu.net described the song as a "fine neo-disco/'80s-retro collage", with another critic calling it "frothy dance pop", noting the song had Jackson's "signature elaborateness" and was "radio-ready material". It became her tenth number-one song in the United States. Billboard accurately predicted the song's chart-topping success, saying "This offers the promise of good days ahead for a career that has never stalled, but at times has felt more deliberate than others. ", Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine was less favorable of the album, rating it two-out-of five stars, saying "In an attempt to make fun and cheery pop music, Janet & Co. have completely abandoned introspection and relevance, leaving behind a generally banal and unchallenging collection of songs." Headings of ContentQuick Facts of Janet MasonWho is Janet Mason? Janet Luscombe (born 12 August 1910) is a Canadian supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). "All for You" (Thunderpuss Club Mix) – 10:28, C. "All for You" (Original Version) – 6:31, D. "All for You" (Thunderpuss Drumapella) – 6:48, B1. Janet Jackson Wiki is a FANDOM Music Community. Gene Stout of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer called All for You "one of the best of her career". Instead of releasing "Come On Get Up" and "Trust a Try", Jackson began work on her next studio album, Damita Jo. Due to the explicit nature of the track "Would You Mind", the entire song was cut from the clean version of the album, and the album was banned in Singapore, as Jackson's management refused to remove the track from the album. Instead, promo CDs and vinyls were issued to DJs in Japan and America only in November 2001. The album's title track was released as the first official single associated with the album and became Jackson's most successful hit single in the United States since 1993's "That's the Way Love Goes", reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and remaining there for seven weeks. In Denmark, the album was certified Gold, and is her only certified album in the country. The album was recorded during Jackson's separation from then-husband René Elizondo, Jr. Billboard said "All for You" is "a verible vitamin shot in the arm for the airwaves" and "as playful and joyous as the best from Jackson's deep uptempo catalog". In this song, Janet has spied a guy who has his eye on her but is too intimidated to approach - it's Janet Jackson, after all. Listen online to Janet Jackson - All for You and find out more about its history, critical reception, and meaning. "All for You" (Thunderpuss Club Mix) – 10:28, B1. "All for You" became Jackson's tenth number one on the chart and was the longest reigning hit of the year, staying there for seven weeks, in addition of topping the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Dance Club Songs charts. She joined Al as a companion in Fallout: New Vegas Mods: Skunkwater Gulch - Part 5. Once Jam and Lewis have finished humiliating their mannequin, however, out come the hits. No other song has conquered all reporting stations in its first week at radio, let alone mastered three formats in one week", R&R's Kevin McCabe said. She remains with the Residents of her Neighborhoodthroughout their eternal stay in T… She even knows everything about everyone, and where their current locations are. The video was nominated for Video of the Year, Best Female Video, Best Dance Video, and Best Choreography at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards. The New York Times music critic Jon Pareles commented saying "All for You isn't as immediately melodic as Ms. Jackson's previous albums, but it compensates for lost catchiness with unabashed strangeness. ", With a five-out-of-ten star rating, Piers Martin of NME commented saying "All for You finds Jackson in predatory mode, keen to reclaim both in the boudoir and on the dancefloor territory which is today dominated by pneumatic mini-Janets like Britney, Christina and J-Lo. Many artists paid tribute to Jackson on that night and commemorated her success since Control, such as Britney Spears, producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Christina Aguilera, 'N Sync, Usher, Mýa, OutKast, P!nk, Aaliyah, Jennifer Lopez, and brother Michael Jackson. Best Dance Video: All for You:n for best pop vocal performance by a female Artist. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. She had 9 siblings. Janet is a Robobrain living in the abandoned house in the Skunkwater Gulch mod. Janet is a walking database containing all the information in the universe, even all events in earth and in the afterlife. The song was released on March 13, 2001. Jackson performed "All for You" at the end of the special. The video was nominated for Video of the Year, Best Female Video, Best Dance Video, and Best Choreography at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards. There were plans to release "Come On Get Up" as a commercial single in 2002 and a video was to be shot for the single, but it was canceled. The album saw Jackson heavily incorporating pop and dance-pop music. Listen online to Janet Jackson - All For You (Thunderpuss Club Mix) and find out more about its history, critical reception, and meaning. Janet Jackson Wiki is a FANDOM Music Community. "All for You" is the official lead single from Janet Jackson's 2001 album, All for You. B This article has been rated as B-Class on the project's quality scale. Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (album) Control (album) Janet Jackson (album) Interlude: Let's Dance (song) Interlude: Come Back Interlude (song) Interlude: Hey Baby (song) Interlude: No Acid (song) Quite likely another No.1 for Janet.". About a month before its release, MTV aired a special entitled MTV Icon, and its first honorary icon was Jackson herself. Jackson performed the song on her All for You Tour, Rock Witchu Tour and Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour. "All for You" is a song recorded by American singer Janet Jackson. Upon its release, All for You received generally positive reviews from most music critics. "All for You" (Change It Up Dub) – 7:19, Thunderpuss "Change It Up" Club Mix – 10:34, Thunderpuss "Change It Up" Club Edit – 6:10, Thunderpuss "Change It Up" Radio Mix – 3:47, DJ Premier's Top Heavy Remix Instrumental – 3:56. It appears on the DVD edition of All for You as well as the 2004 DVD From janet. Good Janet exists to serve the Residents in The Good Place in anyway she can. It also reached number one in Canada and the top three in France and the United Kingdom. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. "All for You" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson, released as the lead single from her seventh studio album All for You (2001). It is from her album, also called All for You. 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Template:Infobox single "All for You" is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released as the lead single from her seventh studio album All for You (2001). : Wiki& Biography(Early Life, Education, Early Life, Religion)How old is Janet Mason(Age, ethnicity, nationality)& Family (Parents and Siblings)Personal life (Fiance, Husband, Boyfriend)Body(Height, Weight, Hair Colour, Eye Colour)Need to know facts of Janet Mason Do you know Janet Mason we have put together every detail of her […] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 73, based on 14 reviews, which indicates "generally favorable reviews". "All for You" received positive reviews from critics, and was noted for its transition to a brighter and more optimistic sound from the darker tone of Janet's previous album The Velvet Rope. Janet Luscombe was born in Lewisporte, Newfoundland, Canada, on 12 August 1910. The album was first certified gold by the RIAA on May 18, 2001 denoting 500,000 units shipped within the United States. The album was released on April 24, 2001 on Virgin Records. All for You debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, selling 605,128 copies in its first week. It became her tenth number-one song in the United States. It's going to be a 'Rhythm Nation' this spring, indeed. This article is within the scope of WikiProject Janet Jackson, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Janet Jackson and associated groups or individuals on Wikipedia. The entire wiki with photo and video galleries for each article Though it was initially included on the film's soundtrack, it was later included on All for You, albeit with a slightly different intro, a shortened outro and two dance breaks added towards the middle of the song. Janet later performed the song at MSN and Wango Tango during promotion for her following album Damita Jo. This exact situation happened with Jennifer Lopez's album, J.Lo (2001), which was released around the same time. It reached the top ten in several other countries. All for You is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson.