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JANET JACKSON Damita Jo

Uh-oh. Just as you thought Ms. Jackson would slow things down after the infamous Superbowl incident, she chooses to do quite the opposite. With track titles like "Sexhibition", "All Nite (Don't Stop)" and "Moist", our ears are already burning from the explicit references. Unless you enjoy the overt sexuality (which Damita Jo is chockfull of), here's an album that doesn't quite do justice to the sexy, (once) desirable, and talented Janet Jackson. This time, she's too easy, and that's no fun. Still, Damita Jo shimmers with some of Janet's former iridescent glow with "I Want You" and "Strawberry Bounce". With more than 20 tracks, this is Janet's most come-hither persuasion ever.