Nasty

Nasty
Nasty
Single par Janet Jackson
extrait de l’album Control
Face B You'll Never Find (A Love Like Mine)
Sortie 15 Avril 1986
Enregistrement septembre 1985
Flyte Tyme Studios
(Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Durée 4:03 (album version)
3:40 (single version)
Genre R&B
dance-pop
New Jack Swing
Format 45 tours
Maxi 45 tours
Parolier James Harris III, Terry Lewis, Janet Jackson
Producteur Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
Label A&M
Singles de Janet Jackson
What Have You Done for Me Lately
(1986)
When I Think of You
(1986)
Pistes de Control
Control
(1)
What Have You Done for Me Lately
(4)

Nasty est le second single extrait de l'album Control de la chanteuse américaine Janet Jackson. Il a été écrit par James Harris, Terry Lewis et Janet Jackson. Ce single est sorti le 15 avril 1986, a fait l'objet d'un clip et s'est classé numéro dans le classement Hot R&B/Hip-Hop. Janet a chanté cette chanson durant toutes ses tournées.

Liste des titres

États-Unis, Royaume-Uni et Europe 7" single
A. Nasty (Edit of Remix) – 3:40
B. You'll Never Find (A Love Like Mine) – 4:08
États-Unis, Europe 12" single
Australie (édition limitée) 12" single
A1. Nasty (Extended) – 6:00
B1. Nasty (Instrumental) – 4:00
B2. Nasty (A Cappella) – 2:55
États-Unis, Europe 12" single – Cool Summer Mix Parts I and II
A. Nasty (Cool Summer Mix Part I) – 7:57
B. Nasty (Cool Summer Mix Part II) – 10:09
Royaume-Uni 12" single
A1. Nasty (Extended) – 6:00
B1. Nasty (Instrumental) – 4:00
B2. You'll Never Find (A Love Like Mine) – 4:08

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