Janet Jackson To Release New Greatest-Hits Album, Number Ones

Compilation spans singer's career from debut album, Control, to recently released single 'Make Me.'

[artist id="1090"]Janet Jackson[/artist] will release a career-spanning greatest-hits compilation called Number Ones on November 17, bringing together 33 of the singer’s most beloved tracks as well as the recently released new song “Make Me.”

The two-disc set — the first compilation album from Jackson since 1995 — begins with 1986 debut album, Control, and stretches all the way to last year’s Discipline.

Spanning 20 years of hits that have helped the youngest Jackson sell more than 100 million albums worldwide, the collection includes all of the singer’s #1 singles beginning with “What Have You Done for Me Lately” and including such iconic hits as “Nasty,” “When I Think of You,” “The Pleasure Principle,” “Rhythm Nation,” “That’s the Way Love Goes” and “All For You.”

Jackson released “Make Me” last month, just a day after paying emotional tribute to late brother Michael at the VMAs. The track was produced by Janet and Rodney Jerkins.

In addition to a new album and a biography due next year, the onetime child television star is set to appear in her fourth big-screen effort, Tyler Perry’s “Why Did I Get Married Too,” in 2010.

Here’s the full track listing for Number Ones:

Disc One: “What Have You Done for Me Lately,” “Nasty,” “When I Think of You,” “Control,” “Let’s Wait Awhile,” “The Pleasure Principle,” “Diamonds,” “Miss You Much,” “Rhythm Nation,” “Escapade,” “Alright,” “Come Back to Me,” “Black Cat,” “Love Will Never Do (Without You),” “The Best Things in Life Are Free,” “That’s the Way Love Goes”

Disc Two: “If,” “Again,” “Because of Love,” “Any Time, Any Place,” “Scream” (her duet with Michael), “Runaway,” “Got ‘Til Its Gone,” “Together Again,” “Get Lonely,” “Go Deep,” “What’s It Gonna Be,” “Doesn’t Really Matter,” “All for You,” “Someone to Call My Lover,” “All Nite (Don’t Stop),” “Call on Me” (with Nelly), “Feedback,” “Make Me”

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