Jane Child (album)

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Jane Child
Jane Child album.jpg
Studio album by Jane Child
Released September 12, 1989
Recorded 1988-1989
Genre Rock, dance, pop, R&B
Length 46:37
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Jane Child
Jane Child chronology
Jane Child
(1989)
Here Not There
(1993)
Singles from Jane Child
  1. "Welcome to the Real World"
    Released: 1990
  2. "Don't Wanna Fall in Love"
    Released: February 10, 1990 (USA); April 11, 1990 (UK)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Jane Child[1] is the eponymous debut album by Canadian singer Jane Child. It was released in 1989 on the Warner Bros. record label and includes the #2 Billboard Hot 100 single "Don't Wanna Fall in Love".

The album reached #49 on the US Billboard 200 chart for the chart week of April 28, 1990.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs written and arranged by Jane Child.
  1. "Welcome to the Real World" 5:00
  2. "I Got News for You" 4:37
  3. "Don't Let It Get to You" 4:11
  4. "Don't Wanna Fall in Love" 4:08
  5. "You're My Religion Now" 5:41
  6. "Hey Mr. Jones" 6:54
  7. "Biology" 6:14
  8. "DS 21" 4:30
  9. "World Lullabye" 3:10
  10. "Thank You" 2:11

Production[edit]

  • All songs Written, Performed and Produced By Jane Child
  • "Don't Want to Fall In Love" Remixed by Teddy Riley on a separate release (not on the original album)
  • All Songs Recorded & Engineered By Dave Jerden, except "DS 21", "Hey Mr. Jones" & "World Lullabye" (Hein Hoven) and "You're My Religion Now" (Mark Wolfson)
  • Assistant Engineer: Jon Baker
  • Additional Engineering By Annette Cisneros
  • Mixed By Chris Lord-Alge
  • Mastered By Greg Fulginiti

Personnel[edit]

  • Jane Child: Lead, Backing & Harmony Vocals; Keyboards; Synthesizers; Synth Bass; Electric Bass; Drums; Percussion; & Drum Programming
  • James Harrah: Guitars

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.allmusic.com/album/r3878
  2. ^ Billboard.com chart search Archived March 14, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.