|1||Black Cat '3 Snaps Up' (12" Mix)|
Co-producer – Vaughn HalyardExecutive-Producer – John McClainProducer – Janet Jackson, Jellybean Johnson, Terry Lewis & Jimmy JamRemix – Vaughn HalyardWritten-By – Janet Jackson
|2||The 1814 Megamix (Full Version)|
Co-producer – Alan Coulthard, Janet JacksonDJ Mix – Alan CoulthardExecutive-Producer – John McClainProducer – Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
|4||Miss You Much|
Executive-Producer – John McClainProducer – Jellybean JohnsonWritten-By – Janet Jackson
|390 572-7||Janet Jackson||Black Cat (7")||A&M Records||390 572-7||UK||1990|
|75021 7972 2||Janet Jackson||Black Cat (CD, Single, Promo)||A&M Records||75021 7972 2||US||1990|
|75021 2348 1||Janet Jackson||Black Cat (12", Promo)||A&M Records||75021 2348 1||US||1990|
|75021 1477 7||Janet Jackson||Black Cat (7", Single, Styrene)||A&M Records||75021 1477 7||US||1990|
|AMY 587||Janet Jackson||Black Cat (12")||A&M Records||AMY 587||UK & Europe||1990|
Tracks 1 & 3: Black Ice Publishing Co.
Track 2: Black Ice Publishing Co./ Flyte Time Tunes
Track 1: ℗ 1989 A&M Records, Inc. Los Angeles
Track 2 & 3: ℗ 1990 A&M Records, Inc. Los Angeles
© 1990 A&M Records, Inc.
AAD (Analog tape recorder used during initial recording, analog tape recorder used during mixing, digital mastering)
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- Matrix / Runout: 390 572-2 01 +
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN W.GERMANY BY PDO
- Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
- Label Code: LC 0485
- Price Code: POL 940
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Polydor
- Distributed By – PolyGram
- Made By – PDO, Germany
Black Cat - Janet Jackson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Music video by Janet Jackson performing Black Cat. C 1989 A&M Records. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Janet Jackson - Black. Black Cat is a song by American singer Janet Jackson, released as the sixth single from her fourth studio album, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 1989. The song was written by Jackson, who produced it with Jellybean Johnson. In a departure from her standard of industrial-based dance-pop, Black Cat is a hard rock song with arena rock influences. Its lyrics speak of substance abuse and gang violence. It was the final song recorded for the album, after Jackson, along with Jimmy Jam and Terry. It was the final song recorded for the album, after Jackson composed its main riff when desiring a rock song to complete the record. Black Cat was w read more. Janet Jackson - Black Cat 1989. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Janet Jackson. Black Cat is the sixth single from American recording artist Janet Jackson's fourth studio album, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 1989. The song was written by Jackson herself. This is one of the three Jackson songs penned by herself, including, Whoops Now 1993 and Ask for More 1998. Songs in album Janet Jackson - Black Cat 1989. Janet Jackson - Black Cat Funky 12''. Black Cat is the sixth single from Janet Jackson's 1989 album Rhythm Nation 1814. Released on August 28, 1990, Black Cat was written by Jackson herself and received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female, making Janet the only artist in history to have Grammy nominations spanning the Pop, Dance, Rock, Rap, and R&B categories. Title: Janet Jackson: Black Cat Video 1990. Janet Jackson performs in the music video Love Will Never Do Without You from the album Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 recorded for A&M Records. Wearing a black top and blue jeans. See full summary . Director: Herb Ritts. Album by Janet Jackson. Black Cat Funky 12. Theme From the Planets by Dexter Wansel 1976. In August 1990, Janet Jackson released Black Cat, the sixth single off her politically charged fourth solo album Rhythm Nation 1814. In the Eighties, she had struggled and ultimately succeeded in breaking free from her older brothers superstardom she was a pop princess who became a queen with the trailblazing Control. Black Cat remains one of her most vicious vocal moments, which finds her savagely screeching in a style that clearly departs from her past. The song went to Number One and earned a Grammy nod for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, making her the only artist in history to score nominations across five genres throughout her career