There is no doubt that the “janet. Era” was the most successful phase of Janet Jackson’s career. At that time, Janet was the most influential female artist in music and one of the best paid singers in history. She had starred on her first film, reached the top of the charts for at least five times with her latest album and was touring the world since late 1993.
On March 1995, Janet came to Europe for the last leg of her tour. Due to the huge success of the album and demand for tickets, her record label, Virgin Records, decided that the singer should launch a second collection of remixes. Janet. Remixed was released in the spring of that year exclusively to Europe.
Apart from very well produced remixes, the album featured the great b-sides ‘And On And On’ and ‘70’s Love Groove ‘. Just like Control: The Remixes, the compilation wasn’t released in the United States and it’s tracklist had some differences between the CD, vinyl and cassette editions.