Janet Jackson "Escapade" 12" Single (1990)
Details: Janet Jackson 12" six track remix single for Escapade, released on A&M Records, 1990. The cover has spine-wear, and edge wear at opening.
Description: "Escapade" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson from her fourth album Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989). It was written and produced by Jackson and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The song was released on January 8, 1990, by A&M Records as the third single from Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989). "Escapade" was released following Jackson's iconic "Rhythm Nation" single and became the third of the historic seven top-five singles released from the Rhythm Nation 1814 album, reaching the top spot.
The accompanying music video for "Escapade" takes place at an exotic carnival setting, also featuring Jackson's trademark intense choreography. The song and its video have influenced other songs and videos from several artists, who have cited influence from its upbeat tempo and joyous feel. "Escapade" won a BMI Pop Award for Most Played Song due to its frequent airplay and popularity among the general public and was also performed by Jackson in her Japanese commercials for Japan Airlines. It has been included in each of Jackson's greatest hits albums, Design of a Decade: 1986–1996 (1995), Number Ones (2009), and Icon: Number Ones (2010)."
Grade: VG+ (Cover) / NM (Record)
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. Escapade (Shep's Good Time Mix)
A2. Escapade (The Get Away Dub)
A3. Escapade (LP Version)
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B1. Escapade (Shep's Houscapade Mix)
B2. Escapade (Housecapade Dub)
B3. Escapade (I Can't Take No More Dub)