Review #111: Control, Janet Jackson

#111: Control, Janet Jackson

We’ve heard two Michael Jackson albums already, so I’m ready for the final Jackson. In fact, Janet Jackson is the youngest Jackson. Probably most people know that, but it’s new information to me.

This is Jackson’s third album, but the first one that she recorded without her father working as her manager. She had also recently gotten a marriage…

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