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NYLON: Janet Jackson’s ‘Discipline’ Was Way Ahead Of Its Time

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On 2/26/2018 at 6:00 PM, Mr. Wonder said:

It definitely was. Had FB and RWU been released in 2009/2010, they would have done much better. 

Luv those. :wub: 

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1 hour ago, Horny Braxton said:

Luv those. :wub: 

I see what you did there. :shifty: 

3 hours ago, State of the Game said:

👍🏾

Did you read? 

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37 minutes ago, Mr. Wonder said:

I see what you did there. :shifty: 

Did you read? 

I read it the first time. You’re wrong. RWU would have flopped in the “height of EDM” like it did when it was released. That is all

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47 minutes ago, State of the Game said:

I read it the first time. You’re wrong. RWU would have flopped in the “height of EDM” like it did when it was released. That is all

Again that's not what was being argued. :lmao:

You quoted the argument but took it out of context. :lmao:

 

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if I'm honest, I only really like RWU because I wanted to like at least 5 songs from the album. production and video wise it bops and could possibly get more airplay nowadays if it was released. Doesn't mean I think its a great song or that it would be a hit now.

FB banged then and still does.

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7 hours ago, vibeology said:

if I'm honest, I only really like RWU because I wanted to like at least 5 songs from the album. production and video wise it bops and could possibly get more airplay nowadays if it was released. Doesn't mean I think its a great song or that it would be a hit now.

FB banged then and still does.

Had to force yourself to like to because you thought more was coming 

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On 3/1/2018 at 6:00 PM, Utopia said:

The album would have to be packed with FB and RWU to be ahead of it's time. 

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True, I'd actually argue this album got it right in terms of most of the dance numbers, the only slow jam it got right was Can't Be Good, but the majority of the dance tracks were on point and memorable

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12 hours ago, jarrylf said:

True, I'd actually argue this album got it right in terms of most of the dance numbers, the only slow jam it got right was Can't Be Good, but the majority of the dance tracks were on point and memorable

The slow part of the album is what disgusts me tbh. It just drags the whole album down <_< They are boring, lifeless and lack Janet.

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1 hour ago, Utopia said:

The slow part of the album is what disgusts me tbh. It just drags the whole album down <_< They are boring, lifeless and lack Janet.

Such strong words but true :lol:

The album completely flatlines for me when the slow tracks start...just soul destroying.

Cant Be Good is not a slow jam though

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The writer sure does give Blackout a LOT of credit.  It was a not a "moment."  It was good for someone who had just publicly gone bat shit crazy I guess.  And discipline was not a "Janet" album.  It was a bunch of other producers' and writers' flash in the pan, in my opinion.  

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29 minutes ago, JJATL said:

 

Discipline was not a Janet album.  It was a bunch of other producers' and writers' flash in the pan

Let me fix that for you 

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59 minutes ago, vibeology said:

 

The album completely flatlines for me when you read the credits and Janet is MIA

Truth. Discipline is just an updated album of her debut album :yawn: 

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