20 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded on the heels of Jackson's 2000 divorce, All For You perfectly captures the feeling of empowerment that comes with playing the field again, as well as the joy of personal transformation. With producers Rockwilder, Terry Lewis, and Jimmy Jam helping craft infectious hooks and sweet melodies, tracks like the dreamy "Someone to Call My Lover" and the sweaty electro-soul of "Would You Mind" explore all the conflicting emotions that come from the end of one relationship and the potential start of another.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded on the heels of Jackson's 2000 divorce, All For You perfectly captures the feeling of empowerment that comes with playing the field again, as well as the joy of personal transformation. With producers Rockwilder, Terry Lewis, and Jimmy Jam helping craft infectious hooks and sweet melodies, tracks like the dreamy "Someone to Call My Lover" and the sweaty electro-soul of "Would You Mind" explore all the conflicting emotions that come from the end of one relationship and the potential start of another.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
104 Ratings

104 Ratings

Future93 ,

Would u mind???

Ok i do love this cd....but i came on here to buy would you mind! Where is it?

Ace doctor ,

Where's would you mind???

I think it's pretty clear that everyone is looking for would you mind. iTunes get it together!!

Chosen 1! ,

Where's the Explicit version with "Would You Mind"?

I love this album for the most part, but I would love it more if iTunes had the explicit version whic includes "Would You Mind", which could be her most sexually explorative song in her entire catalog let alone her entire career. This album is super incomplete and awkward without that song! I'll buy the album ONLY if all the songs are on the album!

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