Bad Girl (Deluxe Edition)
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Originally released as a twelve-track album in 1990 via Sherman Records, Vibe On's deluxe edition of "Bad Girl" includes a whopping TWENTY bonus tracks, consisting of highly sought-after remixes and previously-unreleased tracks. Largely recorded in Germany in the summer of 1989, Jackson's label was aiming to refresh her musical output by pairing her with producer Tony Monn. Monn had European disco-pop roots, working previously with Judy Cheeks and Amanda Lear and, with "Bad Girl, " was able to help Jackson grow in the pop direction with which she was most comfortable. Fans of La Toya -- affectionately referred to by Jackson as her "Toy Soldiers" -- often quote material from "Bad Girl" as being among their favorite. Sitting alongside an ode to Jackson's brother, Michael, "He's My Brother, " the dance number "Do The Salsa" sees La Toya's first foray into the Latin-pop sound she returned to with her major comeback album "Startin' Over" in 2003 and again in 2014 with "Dimelo." Another Jackson classic, "Playboy, " was performed at many of her early 1990s shows, including Bob Hope's USO tour. Vibe On's deluxe edition of "Bad Girl" includes all released mixes of the singles "Bad Girl" and "Sexual Feeling, " in addition to previously-unreleased versions of "Playboy, " "You and Me" and "He's My Brother." The 1991 BCM Records single "Why Don't You Want My Love" also makes an appearance, in both its original incarnation and several remixes.
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