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Dream Street
Studio album by Janet Jackson
Released October 5, 1984
Recorded 1983-1984
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 37:45
Label A&M
Producer Marlon Jackson, Jesse Johnson, Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte
Professional reviews
Janet Jackson chronology
Janet Jackson
Dream Street
Singles from Dream Street
  1. "Don't Stand Another Chance"
    Released: August 14, 1984
  2. "Two to the Power of Love"
    Released: September 15, 1984
  3. "Fast Girls"
    Released: October 23, 1984

Dream Street is the second studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released in 1984 (see 1984 in music).

More pop than her debut album's "bubblegum soul" feel, the album wasn't the runaway success that Janet's father Joseph thought it would be, peaking at number one hundred forty-seven on the Billboard 200 in 1984. Today, this is Jackson's rarest album and is much sought after by fans, though it is still available as an expensive Japanese import. The album did have one modest hit for Jackson, the top ten R&B single, "Don't Stand Another Chance", produced by brother Marlon. Also, the video for the song "Dream Street", her first music video, was shot during the shooting of the TV show Fame.

This would be the last of Jackson's pre-stardom albums. She would break out of her squeaky-clean sounds with her Control album in 1986.

It was made available to iTunes on May 15, 2007.

Track listing

  1. "Don't Stand Another Chance" (John Barnes, Marlon Jackson) – 4:18
  2. "Two to the Power of Love" (with Cliff Richard) (Peter Beckett, Steven A. Kipner) – 3:08
  3. "Pretty Boy" (Jesse Johnson) – 6:37
  4. "Dream Street" (Arthur Barrow, Pete Bellotte, John Philip Shenale) – 3:57
  5. "Communication" (Paul Bliss) – 3:16
  6. "Fast Girls" (Johnson) – 3:20
  7. "Hold Back the Tears" (Chris Eaton) – 3:15
  8. "All My Love to You" (Marlon Jackson, Anthony Patler) – 5:46
  9. "If It Takes All Night" (David A. Bryant, Jay Gruska) – 4:08
  • Rock 'N' Roll (B-side of "Don't Stand Another Chance") - 4:10
  • French Blue (B-side of "Fast Girls") - 6:22


  • Janet Jackson (lead vocals, background vocals)
  • Beth Anderson (background vocals)
  • John Barnes (producer, keyboards, moog bass, drums programming, rhythm arrangement)
  • Arthur Barrow (keyboards, bass, arrangements)
  • Chuck Beeson (art director)
  • Pete Bellotte (producer, songwriter)
  • Bill Botrell (mixing)
  • Sam Emerson (photography)
  • Dino Espinosa (background vocals)
  • Gary Falcone (background vocals)
  • Mitchell Froom (keyboards and arrangement)
  • Jackie Jackson (background vocals)
  • Marlon Jackson (songwriter, rhythm arrangement, drum programming, background vocals)
  • Michael Jackson (background vocals)
  • Tito Jackson (background vocals)
  • Jesse Johnson (producer, songwriter)
  • Marva King (background vocals)
  • Harry Langdon (cover photo)
  • Peter Martinsen (mixing)
  • Peggy McCreary (mixing)
  • Jonathan Moffit (Simmons drums)
  • Giorgio Moroder (producer, songwriter)
  • Melanie Nissen (design)
  • Cecille Parker (stylist)
  • Tony Patler (rhythm arrangement)
  • Amelia Patterson (project coordinator)
  • Greg Phillinganes (keyboards, moog bass)
  • Joe Pizzulo (background vocals)
  • Brian Reeves (mixing)
  • Cliff Richard (vocals on "Two To The Power of Love")
  • Phil Shenale (keyboards, arrangement)
  • Jeremy Smith (mixing)
  • Julia Waters (background vocals)
  • Maxine Waters (background vocals)
  • Richie Zito (guitar)


  • Uncertified (U.S.) #147


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