La Toya’s seventh album, “No Relations,” was released near the end of 1991, its release coinciding with the publication of her first best-selling autobiography “La Toya: Growing Up In The Jackson Family.”
Recorded in Europe with a handful of British and European producers, the album saw La Toya transition into a dance diva, abandoning the pure pop sound of her previous record.
The first single from the album, “Sexbox,” was released as a single in Europe, peaking at #25 in The Netherlands, her biggest hit there since “If You Feel The Funk” over a decade earlier.
Distributed by ToCo International, the album was released in just a handful of countries including Germany, Spain, Canada, Brazil and India – though not in her home country of the United States.
“Wild Side” was released as a promotional single in the Phillipines while “Let’s Rock the House” was remixed and released in Germany to no fanfare.
In 2012, an alternate 7″ mix of “Wild Side” was released to iTunes that differed from the 4:00 edit on the Filipino promo. It was only available for two years before being taken down.