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Reply #1350 posted 03/05/08 10:11pm

VoicesCarry

ehuffnsd said:

VoicesCarry said:



There are multiple drag queens in the video.

Most prominently the blonde with the beehive hair and the red dress.

ok... i need to get around straight people more LOL


Just FYI:

Mimi Marks

From the documentary Trantasia. She won The World's Most Beautiful Transsexual Pageant.

Girl in the red dress with the big hair.

The black transvestite is Stasha Sanchez.
[Edited 3/5/08 22:13pm]
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Reply #1351 posted 03/05/08 10:51pm

Janfriend

VoicesCarry said:

ehuffnsd said:


ok... i need to get around straight people more LOL


Just FYI:

Mimi Marks

From the documentary Trantasia. She won The World's Most Beautiful Transsexual Pageant.

Girl in the red dress with the big hair.

The black transvestite is Stasha Sanchez.
[Edited 3/5/08 22:13pm]

I loved Trantasia. "I thought I would get Miss Congeniality, but they gave it to the girl on prozac." lol
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Reply #1352 posted 03/06/08 2:52am

MsLegs

RockAbilly said:

Evvy said:

what the hell y'all want? her to change her life story every time she is interviewed? Do a Latoya and make up stories of abuse? female castration? whaaaat???


i'm not asking that janet change her life story, just that she doesn't act surprised when she is asked a question again for the 5th time,

it's like damn girl you've been asked this before it ain't no damn surprise

Exactly. Interviews are par for the course.
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Reply #1353 posted 03/06/08 4:48am

banks

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JackieBlue said:

Nice. She looks amazing. Reminds me of one of George Michael's vids. I hope she continues to go in this direction musically.


I told you JB that the choreoraphy for Rock With U was Hot !!!!!
when she did this shit in the Nokia... the crowd was going crazy biggrin biggrin
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Reply #1354 posted 03/06/08 5:25am

VoicesCarry

Feedback is #3 on the Canadian Hot 100.

Discipline:
The Billboard 200: debuts at 1* [Hot Shot Debut]
Billboard Comprehensive Albums: debuts at 1* [Hot Shot Debut]
Top Digital Albums: debuts at 1
Top Internet Albums: debuts at 6
Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums: debuts at 1* [Hot Shot Debut]
Top Canadian Albums: debuts at 3*

"Luv":
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs: 46 to 34*
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay: 46 to 34*
Bubbling Under Hot 100: 2*

"Rock With U":
Bubbling Under Hot 100: 21*

"Feedback":
Hot 100: 53 to 19* [Sales Gainer]
Hot Singles Sales: debuts at 2*
Pop 100: 43 to 23*
Hot Digital Tracks: 23 to 9*
Hot Digital Songs: 22 to 7*
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs: 79 to 71*
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay: re-enters at 71*
Hot Dance/Club Play: 3 to 2*
Hot Dance Airplay: 7 to 3*
Hot Dance Singles Sales: debuts at 9*
Hot Canadian Digital Singles: 14 to 2*
Canadian Hot 100: 25 to 3* [Sales Gainer]
Hot Videoclip Tracks: 16 to 15

"Call On Me":
Hot Singles Sales: drops out

"All Nite (Don't Stop)"
Hot Singles Sales: re-enters at 40*

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Reply #1355 posted 03/06/08 6:09am

JackieBlue

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paisleypark4 said:

VoicesCarry said:



I love where she flips her hair...fierce!



Hawaiian Silky no.9


lol
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Reply #1356 posted 03/06/08 6:29am

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The Rock Wit U video is HAWT! It's her best video in a minute. It fits the song perfectly and it makes me love the song even more. Janet is really working it now!
I'm not a fan of "old Prince". I'm not a fan of "new Prince". I'm just a fan of Prince. Simple as that
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Reply #1357 posted 03/06/08 6:38am

Evvy

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Timmy84 said:

That video had an edgy and retro feel to it. And I did think I saw Bucky on there. smile


biggrin i'm glad i'm not alone
LOVE HARD.
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Reply #1358 posted 03/06/08 6:42am

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purplecam said:

The Rock Wit U video is HAWT! It's her best video in a minute. It fits the song perfectly and it makes me love the song even more. Janet is really working it now!


Her best Techno / Dance song since Together Again .....or SloLove .....hmm... or Come On Get Up.....
[Edited 3/6/08 6:42am]
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Reply #1359 posted 03/06/08 7:04am

JackieBlue

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paisleypark4 said:

purplecam said:

The Rock Wit U video is HAWT! It's her best video in a minute. It fits the song perfectly and it makes me love the song even more. Janet is really working it now!


Her best Techno / Dance song since Together Again .....or SloLove .....hmm... or Come On Get Up.....
[Edited 3/6/08 6:42am]


I agree but I never liked Come On Get Up. Loathe it. But now there may be enough songs to make a true Janet dance compilation.
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Reply #1360 posted 03/06/08 7:38am

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paisleypark4 said:

purplecam said:

The Rock Wit U video is HAWT! It's her best video in a minute. It fits the song perfectly and it makes me love the song even more. Janet is really working it now!


Her best Techno / Dance song since Together Again .....or SloLove .....hmm... or Come On Get Up.....
[Edited 3/6/08 6:42am]

Wow, you're bringing up a couple of songs I forgot about. lol It's fits though the Techno/Dance vibe though.
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Reply #1361 posted 03/06/08 8:13am

ehuffnsd

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VoicesCarry said:

ehuffnsd said:


ok... i need to get around straight people more LOL


Just FYI:

Mimi Marks

From the documentary Trantasia. She won The World's Most Beautiful Transsexual Pageant.

Girl in the red dress with the big hair.

The black transvestite is Stasha Sanchez.
[Edited 3/5/08 22:13pm]

transvestites are mostly straight men who get off sexually by wearing the opposite genders clothes. i don't think they are transvetites.
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Reply #1362 posted 03/06/08 2:38pm

VoicesCarry

From the new Vibe:

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Reply #1363 posted 03/06/08 4:19pm

matthewgrant

VoicesCarry said:

From the new Vibe:


love
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Reply #1364 posted 03/06/08 4:26pm

paisleypark4

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VoicesCarry said:

From the new Vibe:



gorgeous!
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Reply #1365 posted 03/06/08 4:28pm

MikeMatronik

People...i really love the new video. I so loving this Janet era! biggrin
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Reply #1366 posted 03/06/08 7:27pm

fantasticjoy

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TotalAlisa said:

whats up with the drag queens and freaks in her video... its just not cute..

this video is the best since the AFY era... BUT.. im still NOT that impressed with Gil choreography... and her hair cut is kind of messy... at one point it looked crazy...

but over all the video gets a B ....
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Reply #1367 posted 03/06/08 7:44pm

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Although I do not like the song or the video, I admire the fact that she have some interesting individuals in her video. Sometimes it's gets very boring just looking at your so called normal people all the time.
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Reply #1368 posted 03/06/08 10:02pm

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JackieBlue said:

Nice. She looks amazing. Reminds me of one of George Michael's vids. I hope she continues to go in this direction musically.

I'm glad I wasn't the only one who thought this was very george michael biggrin
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Reply #1369 posted 03/06/08 10:30pm

Cinnie

Moonbeam said:

So Much Betta: 9/10- And it's back! The dirty Daft Punk sample and the libidinous groove make this the sultriest track on the album. It would have scored a 10 if Janet could be heard more in her normal voice. An all-out assault on the hips.


lol! Cute
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Reply #1370 posted 03/07/08 6:31am

VoicesCarry

Missy Elliott said in a radio interview yesterday that she is working things out with Janet to be the opening act on Janet's tour.
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Reply #1371 posted 03/07/08 6:37am

VoicesCarry

http://www.billboard.com/...1003721856

Janet Sets Sights On Fall Tour, Book
March 07, 2008, 12:00 AM ET
Gary Graff, Detroit

With her sixth No. 1 album in the bag, Janet Jackson next has a tour and a book ready to roll this year. The singer, whose "Discipline" debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 181,000, anticipates a mid-September launch for a trip that will take her around the world.

"We're talking about America first," Jackson tells Billboard.com, "but I think we're going all over. I think I'm going to go back to Australia, back to Africa, obviously go to Asia, go to Europe for sure."

Jackson says fans can expect something "big -- it's always been big" and that some ideas may come from a tour she was planning to support 2006's "20 Y.O." before her new label, Island, suggested she instead return to the studio to make another album. "I'll probably tweak things from the last stage and stuff I had prepared for everyone," Jackson says. "It'll be an uptempo, upbeat show. I would love to perform every single I've had, but that's a pretty long show. I don't want people to be bored to tears."

Jackson adds that seven years after her last tour, she's anxious to get back on the boards. "I have missed it, and it means a great deal to me," she says. "When I'm creating music or singing the music (in the studio), I think about the stage performance. I think about the tour. The idea starts that early on for me. And I love being able to see the sea of faces, to have that connection, to feel that love. That's exciting for me."

Some time during the tour Jackson also hopes to roll out a book about her weight issues that she's co-writing with her nutritionist, David Allen. A title and publication details are expected to be announced soon, but Jackson says the idea for the book was inspired by her fans.

"Everybody asks me -- men, women -- how did I do it?" she says. "Even young people will come up to me and they have an issue with their weight and they're very concerned. So it's basically my journey; it's not just this sterile, weight loss and how to do it book, but my journey even from when I was a kid ... being an emotional eater. It takes you through those moments in my life up 'til now and what worked for me. And hopefully within that, if it doesn't work for them, maybe they'll find something that does work for them and a nice place for them to be content with who they are."

Jackson says she hopes to have the book out by "the latter part of this year. That's what we're pushing for."
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Reply #1372 posted 03/07/08 6:39am

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Reply #1373 posted 03/07/08 6:48am

VoicesCarry

http://www.billboard.com/.../bonus.jsp

CONTROLLING THE CHART: Janet Jackson's first album for Island is her 11th to chart on The Billboard 200 and her sixth to lead the list. "Discipline" is her first No. 1 set in seven years; she last visited the penthouse in May 2001 with "All for You."

Janet's next two releases, "Damita Jo" and "20 Y.O.," both peaked at No. 2. "Discipline" joins a list of chart-topping titles that includes:

"Control," two weeks (1986)
"Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814," four weeks (1989)
"janet.," six weeks (1993)
"The Velvet Rope," one week (1997)
"All for You," one week (2001)
"Discipline," one week to date (2008)

Janet's eponymous debut LP, released in 1982, peaked at No. 63. Two years later, "Dream Street" drove to No. 147. Then came "Control," the first of nine albums in a row to make the top three of The Billboard 200.

With "Discipline" on the chart, Jackson's chart span expands to 23 years, four months and three weeks.

While a second and third single from this latest CD have gone to radio, the first single, "Feedback," surges on the Hot 100 this week, thanks to the release of the album and the availability of a digital download. After peaking at No. 51 the week of Jan. 26, "Feedback" loops 53-19, making it Janet's highest-charting title on the Hot 100 since "Someone to Call My Lover" sailed to No. 3 the week of Sept. 1, 2001.

"Feedback" is Janet's 39th charted single and her 29th to reach the top 20. If "Feedback" has enough power to reach the top 10, it will be Janet's 28th song to reach that elite portion of the chart.
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Reply #1374 posted 03/07/08 8:22am

VinnyM27

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VoicesCarry said:

http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003721856

Janet Sets Sights On Fall Tour, Book
March 07, 2008, 12:00 AM ET
Gary Graff, Detroit

With her sixth No. 1 album in the bag, Janet Jackson next has a tour and a book ready to roll this year. The singer, whose "Discipline" debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 181,000, anticipates a mid-September launch for a trip that will take her around the world.

"We're talking about America first," Jackson tells Billboard.com, "but I think we're going all over. I think I'm going to go back to Australia, back to Africa, obviously go to Asia, go to Europe for sure."

Jackson says fans can expect something "big -- it's always been big" and that some ideas may come from a tour she was planning to support 2006's "20 Y.O." before her new label, Island, suggested she instead return to the studio to make another album. "I'll probably tweak things from the last stage and stuff I had prepared for everyone," Jackson says. "It'll be an uptempo, upbeat show. I would love to perform every single I've had, but that's a pretty long show. I don't want people to be bored to tears."

Jackson adds that seven years after her last tour, she's anxious to get back on the boards. "I have missed it, and it means a great deal to me," she says. "When I'm creating music or singing the music (in the studio), I think about the stage performance. I think about the tour. The idea starts that early on for me. And I love being able to see the sea of faces, to have that connection, to feel that love. That's exciting for me."

Some time during the tour Jackson also hopes to roll out a book about her weight issues that she's co-writing with her nutritionist, David Allen. A title and publication details are expected to be announced soon, but Jackson says the idea for the book was inspired by her fans.

"Everybody asks me -- men, women -- how did I do it?" she says. "Even young people will come up to me and they have an issue with their weight and they're very concerned. So it's basically my journey; it's not just this sterile, weight loss and how to do it book, but my journey even from when I was a kid ... being an emotional eater. It takes you through those moments in my life up 'til now and what worked for me. And hopefully within that, if it doesn't work for them, maybe they'll find something that does work for them and a nice place for them to be content with who they are."

Jackson says she hopes to have the book out by "the latter part of this year. That's what we're pushing for."


Writing a book about weight is interesting. It will surely be read by people who might not be Janet fans....Some Janet fans, however, probably will not rush out to get it.

I wonder what the tour will be. Sounds like a bit more of the same. She said she would like to do every single she's done but she doesn't want to bore people...No that would be awesome! If you don't want to bore people, get rid of that "Alright" section (as well as the childlike section...unless do you "Enjoy" during that). Is that a fan favorite. I liked "Alright" when it came out but damn! I wonder if DJ and 20YO will get any love. I know I'm reading myself but I hope at least "All Nite" gets thrown in the mix!
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Reply #1375 posted 03/07/08 9:01am

Timmy84

VoicesCarry said:

http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/chart_beat/bonus.jsp

CONTROLLING THE CHART: Janet Jackson's first album for Island is her 11th to chart on The Billboard 200 and her sixth to lead the list. "Discipline" is her first No. 1 set in seven years; she last visited the penthouse in May 2001 with "All for You."

Janet's next two releases, "Damita Jo" and "20 Y.O.," both peaked at No. 2. "Discipline" joins a list of chart-topping titles that includes:

"Control," two weeks (1986)
"Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814," four weeks (1989)
"janet.," six weeks (1993)
"The Velvet Rope," one week (1997)
"All for You," one week (2001)
"Discipline," one week to date (2008)

Janet's eponymous debut LP, released in 1982, peaked at No. 63. Two years later, "Dream Street" drove to No. 147. Then came "Control," the first of nine albums in a row to make the top three of The Billboard 200.

With "Discipline" on the chart, Jackson's chart span expands to 23 years, four months and three weeks.

While a second and third single from this latest CD have gone to radio, the first single, "Feedback," surges on the Hot 100 this week, thanks to the release of the album and the availability of a digital download. After peaking at No. 51 the week of Jan. 26, "Feedback" loops 53-19, making it Janet's highest-charting title on the Hot 100 since "Someone to Call My Lover" sailed to No. 3 the week of Sept. 1, 2001.

"Feedback" is Janet's 39th charted single and her 29th to reach the top 20. If "Feedback" has enough power to reach the top 10, it will be Janet's 28th song to reach that elite portion of the chart.


Shouldn't that be 25 years, four months and three weeks? lol
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Reply #1376 posted 03/07/08 9:15am

VoicesCarry

Timmy84 said:

VoicesCarry said:

http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/chart_beat/bonus.jsp

CONTROLLING THE CHART: Janet Jackson's first album for Island is her 11th to chart on The Billboard 200 and her sixth to lead the list. "Discipline" is her first No. 1 set in seven years; she last visited the penthouse in May 2001 with "All for You."

Janet's next two releases, "Damita Jo" and "20 Y.O.," both peaked at No. 2. "Discipline" joins a list of chart-topping titles that includes:

"Control," two weeks (1986)
"Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814," four weeks (1989)
"janet.," six weeks (1993)
"The Velvet Rope," one week (1997)
"All for You," one week (2001)
"Discipline," one week to date (2008)

Janet's eponymous debut LP, released in 1982, peaked at No. 63. Two years later, "Dream Street" drove to No. 147. Then came "Control," the first of nine albums in a row to make the top three of The Billboard 200.

With "Discipline" on the chart, Jackson's chart span expands to 23 years, four months and three weeks.

While a second and third single from this latest CD have gone to radio, the first single, "Feedback," surges on the Hot 100 this week, thanks to the release of the album and the availability of a digital download. After peaking at No. 51 the week of Jan. 26, "Feedback" loops 53-19, making it Janet's highest-charting title on the Hot 100 since "Someone to Call My Lover" sailed to No. 3 the week of Sept. 1, 2001.

"Feedback" is Janet's 39th charted single and her 29th to reach the top 20. If "Feedback" has enough power to reach the top 10, it will be Janet's 28th song to reach that elite portion of the chart.


Shouldn't that be 25 years, four months and three weeks? lol


Yep. The Janet Jackson album debuted on 11/20/82.
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Reply #1377 posted 03/07/08 10:08am

Cinnie

VoicesCarry said:

Missy Elliott said in a radio interview yesterday that she is working things out with Janet to be the opening act on Janet's tour.


Missy needs a new album. I got quite spoiled having a new album from her every year or every other year. Her last one was 2005. She's been making noise with other people since then (ie. producing for Keyshia Cole) but an opening spot for Janet could be the perfect place to promote a new album.
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Reply #1378 posted 03/07/08 12:06pm

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Janet. Damn, three strikes in a row? sigh Im so hurt that "Discipline" hasnt moved me although I've played the album like 3 times back to back. sigh The only song worth it I believe is: "Cant B Good" "Feedback" of course (good job Darkchild!) and "LUV" maybe is growing on me "Rock With U" isnt bad but Im like so so on it. sigh This is the first Janet album I listened to WITHOUT buying it first....
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Reply #1379 posted 03/07/08 12:22pm

MikeMatronik

VoicesCarry said:







thanks 4 these VC

I'm using the one with the fiercness hair move has my avatar at madonnatribe.com!
cool
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