If we told you a member of the Jackson family produced an album in the 1980s that produced eight singles and multiple top 5 hits, you would likely assume it was Michael. However, younger sister Janet's "Rhythm Nation 1814" was a behemoth of a hit-maker, with dance-able hits like "Escapade," "Black Cat," "Miss You Much" and "Love Will Never Do (Without You)." The album itself was a concept album meant to address loftier themes. But the videos were peak MTV-era goodness. You couldn't escape Janet. But why would you want to?