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  1. Yo. Besides being a slick-ass groove, Janet got REAL political on this song. References to the Black Lives Matter movement, and to "room number four": http://www.roomno4.org/en/about/. This song is even more politically daring than "Rhythm Nation" and "State of the World."
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  2. Love. This. Song. "We all need to do better." "Yoooou'll never know (unless you've been there)."
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  3. Ok so i'm about to keep it real so if you don't like it then oh well. I got there with the ex and my homegirl. Ran into a Janet fan from facebook that came up to me and gave me a hug. They were like who was that Joe? I told them we're #janfam and that's what we do. Anyway I used my vip voucher that came with the Target cd and even though my ex and my homegirl didn't have one they let them both come in with me. We took a private elevator with a security guard with us to the 4th floor where the VIP room was. I ran into a Janet fan i've known for years named David. He used to be on the board as D
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  4. Bitch, stop adding alcohol to my impatient wounds!
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  5. I was just coming in to say Night ~ it's stuck in my head right now!
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  7. At last night's show, she thanked us for helping make the album #1!
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  8. Yeah apparently if you bought the album off her website you are eligible, but i don't know where to look to apply? I haven't been emailed yet.
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  9. I wanted to bump this up to just say how proud I am that Janet was able to do what most didn't think she could do. The critics loves it, the fans adore it. congratulstions Janet
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  10. http://www.pure-spirit.com/more-animal-symbolism/629-eagle-symbolism Yeah, it's actually pretty deep when you research what the Eagle symbolizes and represents. There's so much depth and complexity in the lyrics on this album. I love it, Janet's brought back music that's actually thought provoking and meaningful. Love her so much.
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  11. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YEAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! #BURNITUP
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  12. OMG yeah I learned this the hard way! The Target near my job was out of stock, but luckily the bigger store in Albany had it. And I did arrange a store pickup just to be safe
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  13. We saw a little Evan ass tonight! Still waiting for the show to grab me. Loved me some "Spellbound" by Siouxsie And The Banshees.
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  14. The reference to Room Number 4 is really powerful and makes the the analogy of the Black Eagle even stronger. Considering that children are interrogated in this room having their rights violated only to later be released with much trauma that they can't concentrate enough to stay in school and eventually drop out is so sad. This song is a prayer for everyone that knows better. I applaud this song so much!
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  15. If follow mymusicvip on Twitter, you'll see they're posting "Janet" photo booth pics with fans... Maybe that's what they mean? :/
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  17. That key change is EVERYTHING, and when that bass kicks in, its pure wetness!
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  18. This song gives me Stevie Wonder teas in terms of the approaching of the lyrics, the metaphor is just genius. Janet Hemingway tbh. And the key change is just magical and the tempo picks up too. One of the trinity songs on the album tbh. I don't understand the room4 satanic shit though.
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  19. http://host.madison.com/daily-cardinal/record-routine-unbreakable-janet-jackson-stands-strong-on-seventh-lp/article_5ca82a3e-714e-11e5-94b8-5766e7c7ce62.html This one is unique, in that it praises one of my absolute favorites, "Gon B Alright" as the best song on the album. It's great seeing just how well-received this album is day after day. Janet has truly won back her toughest critics with this offering...it's such a nice event to watch unfold.
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  21. If Janet is in your town, it's your duty and obligation to see her. You deserve it, have a great time!
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  22. That movie scared the hell out of me. Thandie really did her thing in that movie. I'll never forget her "touch me in the inside part" line, it was too much.
    1 point
  23. a very powerful movie, poetry in motion. one of my favs... this is probably my favorite scene...gets me right in my feels
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  24. the song that's in the title of this thread and he supposedly wants to sue Janet just because she supposedly said she doesn't wanna be associate with that song and that she hasn't worked with him on it and she isn't the one singing in the song
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  26. To be honest, all I wanted were a great album and tour. I'm in love with the album. And I'm hoping to be in love with the show when I go see her. Anything else is just icing on the cake for me. I don't follow a lot of the artists that I used to so maybe that changes my perspective. I didn't even buy Jill's latest and those of y'all know I used to LOVE her. Janet is really the last artist I check for on any consistent basis.
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  28. Hello all - I've been enjoying this forum as a "voyer" for a little while now, and since the release of this new incredible album, I've felt compelled to register and post. I grew up on Janet, standing in front of the TV with my older sister when the "Pleasure Principle" video came out and then "Miss You Much," trying to learn all the dances right along with her. It was 1989, when I was in 4th grade, that I became connected to Janet's music and unmatched performance abilities. I was mesmerized by her. It was summer before 9th grade that I learned the entire "If" video choreography (like
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  29. I've had the pleasure of listening to this album 15 times since Tuesday September 29 and I'm glad that it's the #1 album in the nation. Here's my review! 1. Unbreakable - 10/10Reminds me of: The mid-tempo tracks on Damita Jo with throwback samples.Thoughts: A great way to start off the album, it's a dedication to her fans and our support. 2. BURNITUP! - 8/10Reminds me of: Justin Timberlake "SexyBack" and "Feedback"Thoughts: This song is for the clubs, especially the ballroom kids. It's begging for a vogue remix.3. Dammn Baby - 10/10Reminds me of: Her awesome B-sides & bonus tracks from the
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  30. Empty.....can you just imagine the choreography and production you can do with this song. "Fiyah, fiyah!" "Fiyah, fiyah!" This song would have had the makings of becoming one of her best videos as well! "Damn, disconnected!"
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  31. Twenty four play. If it's a song she's done before, special for slow or drm for dance.
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  32. Nor the ability to release a track as GOOD for that matter
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