|Studio album by|
|Label||Pump Records, Warner Music|
|La Toya Jackson chronology|
|Singles from No Relations|
No Relations (1991) is the seventh studio album by American singer La Toya Jackson. The album was released shortly after La Toya's autobiography, La Toya: Growing Up in the Jackson Family, was published. The album was only released in Colombia, Germany, and Holland, but was imported throughout Europe and the rest of the world.
The song "Sexbox" was released as a single in Europe, peaking at #25 in The Netherlands, her second biggest hit there. "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.
"Be My Playboy", a song already recorded for Jackson's Bad Girl album, is included here in one of its original demos. A proper remix produced by Menace, a European production team who produced most of this album, was originally intended to be included on the album and released as a single; for unknown reasons, the remix was replaced by one of the original demos. The album also includes a cover of "Reggae Nights", a Grammy-nominated song originally written by Jackson for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff.
|4.||"Reggae Nights"||John Bartels||4:08|
|5.||"Could This Be Love We're Making"||Victor Franco||4:00|
|6.||"To Prove My Love"||Damon Rochefort||3:56|
|7.||"Times Are Changing"||Damon Rochefort||3:59|
|8.||"Be My Playboy"||Anthony Monn||4:43|
|9.||"Let's Rock the House"||Marc Hartman, Micro Mania||3:26|
|10.||"Sexbox (Album Version)"||Menace||7:22|