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Unlike those other members of her family, Janet Jackson's albums are still worth waiting for. The best parts of All for You, her first disc since 1997's The Velvet Rope, continue to display the first-class pop-R&B talent who broke through decisively in the mid-'80s with "What Have You Done for Me Lately" and "Nasty." Jackson's longtime cohorts Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are of course on board, and the production-writing trio demonstrates its mastery of everything from dirty funk ("You Ain't Right") to peppy, radio-perfect ("Come on Get Up" and 2000's No. 1 "Doesn't Really Matter") and hypnotically undulating sounds ("When We Oooo"). While much of All for You is irresistible, its handful of failures are poorly conceived and executed. Most glaring among these is "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)," an unlistenable sequel to Rope's "Got 'Til It's Gone" that substitutes one self-regarding singer-songwriter diva (Carly Simon) for another (Joni Mitchell), thereby wrecking Simon's one golden moment, "You're So Vain." "Son of a Gun" and "Truth" apparently target estranged husband Rene Elizondo, but Jackson is hardly as convincing a revenge artist as she is a sex kitten. In fact, the likes of "Love Scene (Ooh Baby)" and "Would You Mind" out-spice even the carnally obsessed Velvet Rope and Janet. --Rickey Wright Janet Jackson All For You 1. Intro 0:59 2. You Ain't Right 4:32 3. All For You 5:29 4. 2WayForYou (Interlude) 0:19 5. Come On Get Up 4:47 6. When We Oooo 4:34 7. China Love 4:36 8. Love Scene (Ooh Baby) 4:16 9. Would You Mind 5:32 10. Lame (Interlude) 0:11 11. Trust A Try 5:16 12. Clouds (Interlude) 0:19 13. Son Of A Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You) with Carly Simon 5:56 14. Truth 6:45 15. Theory (Interlude) 0:26 16. Someone To Call My Lover 4:32 17. Feels So Right 4:42 18. Doesn't Really Matter 4:24 19. Better Days 5:05 20. Outro 0:08

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Unlike those other members of her family, Janet Jackson's albums are still worth waiting for. The best parts of All for You, her first disc since 1997's The Velvet Rope, continue to display the first-class pop-R&B talent who broke through decisively in the mid-'80s with "What Have You Done for Me Lately" and "Nasty." Jackson's longtime cohorts Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are of course on board, and the production-writing trio demonstrates its mastery of everything from dirty funk ("You Ain't Right") to peppy, radio-perfect ("Come on Get Up" and 2000's No. 1 "Doesn't Really Matter") and hypnotically undulating sounds ("When We Oooo"). While much of All for You is irresistible, its handful of failures are poorly conceived and executed. Most glaring among these is "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)," an unlistenable sequel to Rope's "Got 'Til It's Gone" that substitutes one self-regarding singer-songwriter diva (Carly Simon) for another (Joni Mitchell), thereby wrecking Simon's one golden moment, "You're So Vain." "Son of a Gun" and "Truth" apparently target estranged husband Rene Elizondo, but Jackson is hardly as convincing a revenge artist as she is a sex kitten. In fact, the likes of "Love Scene (Ooh Baby)" and "Would You Mind" out-spice even the carnally obsessed Velvet Rope and Janet. --Rickey Wright

1. Intro
2. You Ain't Right
3. All For You
4. 2wayforyou (Interlude)
5. Come On Get Up
6. When We Oooo
7. China Love
8. Love Scene
9. Would You Mind
10. Lame (Interlude)
11. Trust A Try
12. Clouds (Interlude)
13. Son Of A Gun
14. Truth
15. Theory (Interlude)
16. Someone To Call My Lover
17. Feels So Right
18. Doesn't Really Matter
19. Better Days
20. Outro

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 24, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • ASIN: B00005B0S7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (669 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,850 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By ILikeProgRock70s on January 3, 2008
Format: MP3 Music
What is the point buying the album online when the definitive song on the album "Would You Mind" (normally track 9) is missing!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By R. Pete on November 21, 2001
Format: Audio CD
As a longtime (and somewhat obsessive) janet fan, it's easy to quibble and complain about the alterations and omissions found on the ALL FOR YOU limited edition cd/dvd.
First off, the ALL FOR YOU cd included in this set is not the original album that was shipped to stores earlier this year, but is a cleaned up and "sex-free" version. Any curse words or talk of explicit sexuality is censored. Additionally, the track WOULD YOU MIND is painfully removed from the tracklist. In its place are two mediocre remixes of SON OF A GUN, featuring Missy Elliot and P. Diddy.
Personally speaking, SON OF A GUN is perhaps the worst song on this otherwise enjoyable album, so it baffled me as to why the producers wanted to include three mixes of this song. If they wanted to replace the explicit WOULD YOU MIND, they could've taken the upbeat WHO (found on the ALL FOR YOU Japanese import cd) and put it on this cd. If you're looking for good remixes of SON OF A GUN (and there are some good remixes), you won't find them on this cd. Wait for the Dec. 4th release of the European import. It will contain two much more edgier sounding mixes from ROCKWILDER and ROUTE 80, as well as a smooth, afterhours-club-feel from COTTONBELLY. The pre-existing FLYTE TYME mix and the P.DIDDY mix will also be on the import single.
Surprisingly, I don't have much to complain about with the dvd. Being that this was the reason I purchased the special edition in the first place, I must say that this is worth the price of the set alone.
The dvd is aptly (and somewhat ironically) titled THE VIRGIN YEARS. It contains most of the sex charged videos Janet has made under the Virgin Records label, spanning from JANET to ALL FOR YOU.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Zuurbier on December 25, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is a Special Limited Edition of Janet's ALL FOR YOU CD. It contains the original CD, with a few changes, and a DVD featuring all of her videos during the Virgin years so far. The CD has 21 tracks, which features two bonus tracks, Son of a Gun (Original Flyte Tyme Remix) and Son of a Gun (P. Diddy Remix), which both feature Missy Elliott. However in order to fit these bonus tracks in, they omitted Would You Mind from the CD, so if you own the original version of ALL FOR YOU it would be smart to keep it, as Would You Mind isn't on here, or you could buy the re-released CD that comes without the DVD.
The DVD features all of her major videos between 1993-2001. A few were omitted, because they were on other labels (for example Doesnt Really Matter was on Def Jam, so its not on here). That's The Way Love Goes, If, Again, Because of Love, Any Time, Any PKlace, You Want THis, Got Til Its Gone, Together Again (original and deeper remix), I Get Lonely, Go Deep, Every Time, All For You, Someone To Call My Lover, behind the scenes footage for each album, and All For You Love at MTV Icon. A pretty good deal and well worth the money, fans will want to have these videos!
Overall a good buy, and worth the investment if this is what you're looking for!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "1_inamillion" on August 4, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a must have collection for any pop music fan... This disc has a little something for everyone. The upbeat tracks are some of the best that Janet has ever produced, and the slower sensual songs make her masterpiece 1993 album 'janet.' look tame. Janet's a full grown woman and lets us all know it. The only flaws in this collection are the edits over all the expletive words (found in the tracks, "Son of a Gun," "Trust a Try," and "Better Days") and the complete exclusion of "Would You Mind" (which is definitely worth picking up on the original release of this album).
So you are asking yourself, why buy this edition of the disc if its edited? Because with this one you get what I consider to be the greatest music video DVD compilation ever released. This has all of Janet's best videos... "That's the Way Love Goes" (featuring the Jennifer Lopez cameo), "Again," "Anytime, Anyplace," "You Want This," "All For You," "I Get Lonely," and many more great Janet videos. The only noticeable exclusions from the DVD are "Runaway" and "Twenty Foreplay" which are both A&M releases (not Virgin, like this collection), "Scream" (which was a Sony release, and available on Michael's HIStory DVD), and "Doesn't Really Matter" (which includes clips from the Nutty Professor II: The Klumps film, so for legal reasons could not be included, but can be found on the Nutty Professor DVD). Still, barring the missing videos, this collection is unparalleled. Madonna's 90's video collection, while impressive in its own right, can't even touch this collection.
And let us not forget...
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By B. Downey on December 10, 2001
Format: Audio CD
What most sources don't tell the customer is that this CD comes with a DVD of all of JJ's videos from the last three CD's (janet., Velvet Rope, and All For You (a.k.a. The Virgin Years)). This is a great CD, but it is edited, and Would You Mind is off the track listing. But in place of those are remixes of Son of a Gun, which are decent (the original is the best). The part of this collection that makes it worth the money is the DVD. It's Great! Most people have been waiting for JJ's videos in one place for a long time, and this is the closest anyone will most likely get for a while, and at the moment, it's close enough. Just being able to see the "if" full-length video was nice, but then the other 18 videos make it a complete collection (obviously excluding the video's from the 80's). If you're a fan, or just like Janet, then this is a wonderful purchase.
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