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Damita Jo [Explicit]

30 Mar 2004 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 30 Mar 2004
  • Release Date: 30 Mar 2004
  • Label: Virgin Records America
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Black Doll, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:05:02
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001J24ZSQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,157 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By customer on 7 Dec 2009
Format: Audio CD
The first time you play this album you cant disinquish anything amazing but this album really grows on you!!

DAMITA JO - Its an good track, should grow on you. 7/10

SEXIBITION - when i heard the title of this track i thought it was going to be another would you mind/discipline however i was pleasently suprised its almost a rocky sound- maybe my favorite on the album 10/10

STRAWBERRY BOUNCE - Its a lot like damita jo to me, should grow on you, i also luv the opening to this song lalalalala 8/10

MY BABY - A really nice song!! again it grows on you .though it is a bit repetive after a while

SPENDING TIME WITH YOU - I LOVE this song to bits! really relaxing! 9/10

ISLAND LIFE - Alot like spending time with you still good in its own right though 8/10

ALL NIGHT (DONT STOP) - Everbody says this songs amazing, however i feel its probably my least favorite on the album, its got a really good beat yet i feel janets voice is a tiny bit too weak for this song. as much as i love her angel like voice, this song does not suit her 6/10

R&B JUNKIE - A really goood song, its like a better version of damita jo 9/10

I WANT YOU - a good song, shouldnt have been released as a single in my opinion, there are better songs on her album 8/10

LIKE YOU DONT LOVE ME - a good song, funny lyrics - 8.5/10

THINKIN ABOUT MY EX - again really relaxing love this song 8.7/10

WARMTH - probably the most sexual song on the album, now usually this is the song that i usually rate 3 out of 10 but this song was not that bad compared to would you mind or the later discipline, 7/10

MOIST - a better version of warmth 7.5 / 10

TRULY - a sweet song 7.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. J. Pinder on 1 May 2009
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as an overview i must say that since Control in 1986 Janet has never ever flopped an album all five of which i find to be true R&B classics and a good few even make for the greatest produced albums of all time(Control, Rhythm Nation,Janet and The Velvet Rope are each influential to me and many famous artists).
All For You was a stunning comeback album after a hiatus of four years it had a very fresh sound and made for an astounding album certainly the best of 2001!! and still today makes me smile with each song standing out from the crowd.
now Damita Jo (from the cover alone) may appear as something Janet has explored several times before so some may even look past it and dismiss as a regurgitation of Janet.,Velvet Rope and All For You...but she has done it again and explored a new meaning to sexuality here...her own identity with it.
the interludes on offer here are once again amazing and strong as any other adding sensual entanglement to the whole album making seem as though it comes alive once you have heard it.
overall this album may not be of a classic or an epic status of her previous five stunning albums, but i must say Janet has given us all a lot of material to endure here.
albeit there are a couple songs here that may not be to my taste which i find to be a shame, but overall this was a real corker of an album when it was released in 2004 and the commercial criticism hasn't altered the fact that although it is neither epic nor influential, it is a fun and unique gem that thus far has sold nearly four million copies to date.
as an overview-
Control-10/10
Rhythm Nation 1814-10+/10
Janet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "dazburn" on 19 Mar 2004
Format: Audio CD
As a Janet fan you can call me biased, but I firmly believe that this is Janet's best album to date and one of my favourite albums of all time. I have yet to come across a bad track on the album, titled because of Janet's middle name: Damita Jo.
With interludes that are now standard on Janet's albums, Janet opens the album proclaiming that we're all intricate people looking for love.
The album theme is R&B throughout and her two initial singles, Just A Little While and I Want You are definitely not representative of the rest of the album.
Highlights include All Nite, R&B Junkie, Island Life and Slolove. All Nite has an extremely funky beat whilst R&B Junkie sees Janet return to the 80s with a great dance track! Island Life, cowritten by Cathy Dennis (responsible for Kylie's Can't Get You Out Of My Head and Britney's Toxic) is a pleasant upbeat song with a tropical feel and gorgeous harmonies. On seeing the tracklist, I initially perceived Slolove as a mellow track when in fact it's an stunning club track, that Janet cowrote with one half of Alisha's Attic.
Vocally, Janet is stronger than ever before exploring different styles and ranges that she hasn't touched before. Thinkin' Bout My Ex is a lyrically amazing track, but Janet insists at the end that it's not about who you think it is!
Anyone who likes pop and loves R&B will NOT be disappointed with the latest offering from the youngest member of the Jackson family. Once again, she fails to disappoint and you will struggle to find a weak track on this album. It is a must for every music lover's collection.
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