Friday, September 19th marked the 25th anniversary of the critically acclaimed album, 'Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814'.
A greatly ambitious concept album, Janet aimed to mix dance beats with a social conscience. Upon release, it received a luke-warm response from critics, who thought she was naive to think audiences would be responsive to dance tracks about education, racism, violence and poverty. However, they couldn't have been more wrong.
Last modified onSunday, 21 September 2014 22:15
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