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Rhythm Nation - Give Yourself / Junglejah FLAC album

Performer: Rhythm Nation
Genre: Electronic
Title: Give Yourself / Junglejah
Released: 1991
Style: Breakbeat, House, Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1878 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1250 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1993 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 480

Album · 1989 · 20 Songs. While no less tuneful and danceable, 1989's Rhythm Nation 1814 is infused by a clear-eyed and optimistic social conscience, with interludes that directly address important issues, like racism, addiction, and poverty. Matching this tough-love lyrical commitment, Jackson and her creative partners Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis bring hard rock, hip-hop, and new jack swing influences to instant classics, like the anthemic title track and the edgy guitar rocker "Black Ca. Rhythm Nation 1814 Janet Jackson.

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The ironclad songwriting of the still-going power trio of Jackson, Jimmy Jam, and Terry Lewis had a lot to do with that-at this point, they were infusing their synth funk with looser, layered rhythms and exploring the distance between funk and metal. Her vocals were often considered breathy and lilting, but on this album, Jackson established her lion’s roar, even at her uppermost pitch

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A1 Give Yourself (Club Mix)
A2 Give Yourself (Vocal Mix)
B Junglejah


Only labelled on one side.
Collectors item. The B-side is an underground track, one of the very first jungle records I've been told. It sounds very cool. Unfortunately the recording is a bit of a bad quality. But for a jungle/D&B fan, this record is a must have, especially because it was pioneers work. You have to look at it in that period. The A-side is a clubby track, completely different! More housy. I think the record is from 1990 or 1991.

This is not pioneers work nor one of the very first jungle records, it is from around 93/94