No Relations

No Relations (1991) is the seventh studio album by American singer La Toya Jackson.wikipedia
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Sexbox

The song "Sexbox" was released as a single in Europe, peaking at #25 in The Netherlands, her second biggest hit there.
It is taken from her 1991 album No Relations.

La Toya: Growing Up in the Jackson Family

Growing Up In The Jackson Family
The album was released shortly after La Toya's autobiography, La Toya: Growing Up in the Jackson Family, was published.
The book was originally released on February 7, 1991, around the same time as Jackson's seventh studio album No Relations.

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No Relations (1991) is the seventh studio album by American singer La Toya Jackson.
1991 saw the release of No Relations, an album with strong house and funk influences.

Let's Rock the House

"Let's Rock the House" was subsequently released to no success, and "Wild Side" also saw a release as a promotional single in the Philippines.
It is taken from her 1991 album No Relations.

Bad Girl (La Toya Jackson album)

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"Be My Playboy", a song already recorded for Jackson's Bad Girl album, is included here in one of its original demos.

Netherlands

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The song "Sexbox" was released as a single in Europe, peaking at #25 in The Netherlands, her second biggest hit there.

Philippines

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"Let's Rock the House" was subsequently released to no success, and "Wild Side" also saw a release as a promotional single in the Philippines.

Grammy Award

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The album also includes a cover of "Reggae Nights", a Grammy-nominated song originally written by Jackson for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff.

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The album also includes a cover of "Reggae Nights", a Grammy-nominated song originally written by Jackson for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff.

Jimmy Cliff

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The album also includes a cover of "Reggae Nights", a Grammy-nominated song originally written by Jackson for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff.

Reggae Night

It has been covered by American singer La Toya Jackson, who co-wrote the song, on her album "No Relations".

What Have You Done for Me Lately

What Have You Done for Me Lately?
Jackson's sister La Toya Jackson sampled the song on her song "Wild Side" from her 1991 album No Relations.