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The album achieved several chart records, attaining the second highest first-week sales for a female artist in SoundScan history at the time. Lead single " All for You " became the first song to be added to every pop, urban, and rhythmic radio format within its first week of release, and was the highest debut for a single not commercially available in both the United States and France.
All for You received praise for its sonic innovation and subsequent influence. All For You finds Jackson in predatory mode, keen to reclaim both in the boudoir and on the dancefloor territory which is today dominated by pneumatic mini-Janets like Britney, Christina and J-Lo.
Move over, J. With a new generation of dance-pop divas following in her fancy footsteps, the baby Jackson shows who is still in control with this all-encompassing album that bounces from hip-hop to rock to classical—even during the same song—without missing a funky beat. Burgess added, "More often, though, a Janet Jackson song on the radio is a deluxe buffet set up on a compost heap.
Pass the sauerkraut. The Sun Sentinel stated, "Before Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, there was Janet Jackson, with her choreographed songs and trendsetting fashion," with the special intended as a "star-studded salute to the singer-songwriter-actress. Entertainment journalist Kelley L. The "funkier and hipper" style of Britney Spears ' third album Britney was thought to emulate All for You with "reasonable success" in multiple songs.
Spears also recorded another unreleased Jackson song titled "My Big Secret" for her fourth album, In the Zonethough it did not make the final release.
Rihanna 's fifth studio album Loud and single " Only Girl In the World " drew several comparisons to All for Youwith critics noting its sonic transition to an upbeat dance sound from prior release Rated R in a similar vein to Jackson's contrast from the darker tone of The Velvet Rope. Lo received a similar treatment by Epic Recordsthought to be influenced by Jackson's decision after media emphasis was placed on its explicit language and content.
Several album tracks gained notoriety within the entertainment industry, in particular "Would You Mind" due to its racy composition and explicit sexual content.
Erotic Revolutionaries author Shayne Lee called the song "a bold and proactive sexual maneuver for even a twenty-first century woman," adding, "she tells her man she's going to kiss, touch, lick, taste, bathe, ride, and feel him deep insider her.
She ends the song by requesting that he come inside of her and let his juices flow deep in her passion. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Album by Janet Jackson. Janet Jackson. Jackson planned to record with The Neptunes and Basement Jaxx during the album's initial stages.
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Brad and Janet watch as the castle blasts off into outer space, confused about the implications of their sexual escapades "Super Heroes". To conclude his tale, the Narrator says "and crawling on the planet's face, insects called the human race, lost in time, and lost in space — and meaning. Lou Adler had made millions with risky ventures such as Monterey Pop.
His record label, Ode Records was becoming known for harvesting experimental talent. Acting on impulse and seeing a hit, he met backstage with producers and within 36 hours had secured the American theatrical rights. The singer Meat Loaf remembers different celebrities who would come to the show, resulting in him meeting Elvis Presley at a performance.
Senator Al Franken was a young lighting apprentice brought in by Sid Strong. Harry M. After eighteen-month run in Sydney, Harry M.
Miller's production moved to Melbourne, with Max Phipps taking over the star role. It opened at the Regent Palace Theatre on 24 October and ran through 19 months and performances, finally closing on 28 May It was in Melbourne, during the Sword of Damocles number, that Grant Whiteman fell while swinging on ladder and being pursued by Max Phipps.
Fortunately, there was a Doctor in the house. Without missing a beat, Rocchiccioli told Clive Blackie to get into the costume: "This is your big chance. You're on! The show picked up from where Whiteman had fallen and went-on without further hitch. Soon after that Whiteman left, and, to Blackie's surprise, Rocchiccioli put him into the role - without hesitation. He said to him: "You're the understudy.
Of course you take over. That's what you're here for! What he lacked in height he made-up for in muscle. Staged by Roland Rocchiccioli, the Adelaide production — which was a transfer of Jim Sharman's original Sydney and Melbourne productions, and adapted for the new theatre, was not a success, and closed after only two months. It is Brian Thomson's design, except the set has been altered slightly because this is not a television theatre in the last days of its existence!
Some weeks the company did ten performances, so great was the demand for tickets. It would have gone on running - possibly for another year - if Max Phipps had not decided to leave.
He was exhausted. In the final months Harry M Miller was selling standing-room at the back of the theatre for up to patrons per performance. Max had come-in to the production at the last moment, after Darrell Hilton and Rocchiccioli agreed on a parting of the ways, just days before the opening night.
Scott; and Shane Bourne as Rocky. The Adelaide reviews were savage, and killed the production. Everyone was taken by surprise, including Max Phipps, who was brilliant in the role. Rocchiccioli said at the time: "It's baffling.
Nothing has changed from Melbourne, and it's difficult to know why they hate it so much. In earlyAdler closed the show at the Roxy Theatre after a ten-month run. This gave actors time to return to the UK for the film version's shooting. Adler planned to open on Broadway just before the film's release. It was anticipated that this production would be as successful as Jesus Christ Superstar and serve as a public vehicle for the film version. The third U. Michael Amarino,  with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Reno.
Tacke, and Kelly St. The Rocky Horror Show transferred to the seat Comedy Theatre on Panton Street in the West End, running from 6 April until 13 Septemberclosing the play's initial run of 2, performances. After occasional productions in the early s, the play was revived for the Theatre Royal, Hanley tour in and still is performed regularly in the UK. In Marchthe show returned with a new UK tour starting in the autumn. With Christopher Luscombe returning as the director, the tour was a revival of the — production with some adjustments to the direction, lighting, choreography, costumes and musical arrangements.
The first leg of the tour ran from September to July with a short break over the Christmas period. David Bedella reprised his role as Frank. The second leg of the tour began on 1 September at the New Victoria TheatreWoking with several changes to the cast. On 3 Maya benefit concert version of the musical to raise money for Amnesty International. Scott, and original cast member Patricia Quinn as The Usherette. Unlike recent productions, the tour will not feature interchanging guest Narrators with Philip Franks taking on the role.
Inthe 40th anniversary tour was staged in the London Playhouse Theatre and also broadcast in many cinemas across Europe, as well as on the BBC in Octoberwith Richard O'Brien taking the role as narrator for the London dates only.
On opening night, he received seven standing ovations when appearing on-stage. Tickets for the first week sold out in 72 hours so a second week was added. Indirector Peter Barclay's new interpretation of RTC production, marked by a fusion of directorial integrity and razzle-dazzle of colour and movement, opened on 22 July at Civic Theatre, Wagga Wagga.
In Wilton Morley revived the show to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the original Australian production and also marks Daniel Abineri 's second Australian outing as Frank-N-Further and his directorial debut. Although Abineri did play the role for the majority of the run, at the beginning of the tour Garry Scale took the lead.
Peter Batey directed the new all-star revival-production, which starred Joe Daniels in the central role of Frank-N-Furter. Morley's production was re-launched yet again inwith Daniel Abineri both as director and in the lead role of Frank-N-Furter. By the time the tour reached Brisbane, Daniel Abineri had retired as director and star and — based on Abineri's original production, Wilton Morley took over duties, with Simon Westaway who had played previously Brad in the Australian tour as Frank-N-Furter.
James alternating as the Narrator. It has been noted for being the last production based on the original show's script and set design, before readaptation for the UK West End revival.
Directed and designed by Nigel Triffittit toured Australia, boasting a troupe of well-known Australian soap stars and comedians. Nigel Triffitt's interpretation of the musical was revived in for a new national tour. Scott, Rocky and Narrator. Scott, and Steven Tandy as The Narrator. In Novemberthe cast of the Australian soap opera Neighbours staged a benefit concert production of Rocky Horrorto raise money for the charities Variety Club Australia and the Taralye School for Deaf Children.
The concert ran as a one night only engagement at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne. The revival later transferred to the Comedy Theatre in Melbourne, where it played a seven-month run from September to March In Januarya new Australian tour of the UK production began to celebrate the show's 40th anniversary. While keeping a similar stage to the one in the UK Tour, it featured a new cast with Craig McLachlan reprising the role of Frank, which he played in the Australian Production.
The performance transferred to the Adelaide Festival Centre to run from 21 March to 13 April with a preview on 20 March Richard O'Brien took over the role of the Narrator for the run in Adelaide. The performance then transferred to the Melbourne Comedy Theatre.
It ran from 26 April with previews from 23 April before finishing its run on 22 June The tour then took a break due to scheduling conflicts and McLachlan's involvement in The Doctor Blake Mysteries before transferring to the Sydney Lyric Theatre where it ran from 15 April to 7 June The performance then returned for its final encore back at the Melbourne Comedy Theatre.
It ran from 12 June before concluding on 19 July after being extended for one additional week due to popular demand. O'Brien took over the role of the Narrator for a week in Melbourne. In Decemberan encore tour began in Adelaide. The libretto was translated by Hugo Heinen and Rene Solleveld. Credits: Production The show was later remounted at the same venue from 19 November to 7 January The show closed in early January the following year.
Credits: Production — The cast featured Willy Rathnov as Dr. A Dutch-language version of the musical opened on 18 March at the Theater Royal, a former cinema, in NieuwendijkNetherlands. The cast featured Hugo Metsers as Dr. The show only ran for a month, before poor ticket sales forced it to close. The cast featured Pierre Spivakoff as Dr. This production deviated greatly from the original London productions in regards to characterisation, costuming and set design.
Instead of the morbid castle Bockmayer's extravagant design set his lustful Transylvanians in a sterile hospital on time travel. Washington, who thus became the first black man to embody the main antagonist. The show was supposed to have an extensive run, but a lack of co-operation from the German producers saw Mackintosh pull the show after only a few weeks.
Scott, and Nicholas I Can Be That Woman - Christina Milian - Its About Time (CD as The Narrator. The musical premiered on 11 October at the Oslo Nye Centralteatret in OsloNorwayboasting a cast of both established actors and popular names from the music industry. But despite the press' hostility, the show performed a total of times, before officially closing 18 March The first Spanish staging of the musical was performed in MadridSpain from September to Julywhich was presented as "a sexual satirical musical" directed by Gil Carretero.
The show opened Cerebro Music Hall, playing every weeknight as an adults-only event at pm to standing room only. Saturday nights would also include a second show that played at am. The show received considerable media attention, due to its boundary-pushing themes being considered as a personal attack towards the Franco Regime that was ruling the country at that time.
The libretto was translated by Narcissus Comadira, who, like the translators of the Madrid production, changed the names of the three leads, Frank-N-Further, Janet Weiss and Brad Majors.
The characters were renamed Dr. Scott; and Hans B. Goetzfried as The Narrator. This had been recorded in January at the Livingstone Studios in London. Scott; and Andrew Gordon-Watkins as Rocky.
This was the second official production in the US after the Broadway production, and after the film's release. During the first night, the audience called back to the actors, as they did with the film. The cast were unsure how to react. Despite the unexpected heckling, the show a success. Scott, and Daphne Rubin-Vega as Magenta. In OctoberKenny Ortega directed a benefit performance of Rocky Horror to celebrate the musical's 35th anniversary.
The proceeds from the event went to the charity The Painted Turtlea California camp for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses. In Octoberthe musical was staged in the capitol of Oregon at Salem's Historic Grand Theatre with professional regional theatre company Enlightened Theatrics.
Following the previews for this production, the nation's first openly transgender mayor, Stu Rasmussenmoderated post-show talk backs with the cast.
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