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Michael Jackson

Michael Michael Jackson

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Michael Michael Jackson

Michael

Type: album

Genre: Electronic

Year: 2010-12-14


Album : Michael, Michael Jackson album. Genre Electronic, Michael is released in 2010-12-14.
  • 1
    Hold My Hand
  • 2
    Hollywood Tonight
  • 3
    Keep Your Head Up
  • 4
    (I Like) The Way You Love Me
  • 5
    Monster
  • 6
    Best Of Joy
  • 7
    Breaking News
  • 8
    (I Can't Make It) Another Day
  • 9
    Behind The Mask
  • 10
    Much Too Soon
Michael Michael JacksonAlbum : Michael, Michael Jackson album. Genre Electronic, Michael is released in 2010-12-14. Michael Jackson .The track of this album are : Hold My Hand, Hollywood Tonight, Keep Your Head Up, (I Like) The Way You Love Me, Monster, Best Of Joy, Breaking News, (I Can't Make It) Another Day, Behind The Mask, Much Too Soon,
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#FlashbackFriday Michael on the cover of Ebony Magazine in April of 1989. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson #FlashbackFriday Michael on the cover of Ebony Magazine in April of 1989.

#FlashbackFriday Michael on the cover of Ebony Magazine in April of 1989.

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“Jackson's sound was pure pop pleasure that also showcased his R&B background.” - CNN, 2016. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Jackson's sound was pure pop pleasure that also showcased his R&B background.” - CNN, 2016.

“Jackson's sound was pure pop pleasure that also showcased his R&B background.” - CNN, 2016.

“Jackson's sound was pure pop pleasure that also showcased his R&B background.” - CNN, 2016. read more
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"These kids, you know, they don’t have a Michael Jackson. They don’t have a Prince. They don’t have a Whitney. Who else is there? Who else can really do it at this point?" - The Weeknd, New York Times 2015. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson "These kids, you know, they don’t have a Michael Jackson. They don’t have a Prince. They don’t have a Whitney. Who else is there? Who else can really do it at this point?" - The Weeknd, New York Times 2015.

"These kids, you know, they don’t have a Michael Jackson. They don’t have a Prince. They don’t have a Whitney. Who else is there? Who else can really do it at this point?" - The Weeknd, New York Times 2015.

"These kids, you know, they don’t have a Michael Jackson. They don’t have a Prince. They don’t have a Whitney. Who else is there? Who else can really do it at this point?" - The Weeknd, New York Times 2015. read more
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“Michael Jackson's catalog is stuffed to the gills with megahits—heartrending ballads, funk-tinged dancefloor anthems, fusions of soul and rock that helped move pop forward” - Rolling Stone, 2017. But it’s not all about the hits. What’s your favorite deep cut? Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Michael Jackson's catalog is stuffed to the gills with megahits—heartrending ballads, funk-tinged dancefloor anthems, fusions of soul and rock that helped move pop forward” - Rolling Stone, 2017. But it’s not all about the hits. What’s your favorite deep cut?

“Michael Jackson's catalog is stuffed to the gills with megahits—heartrending ballads, funk-tinged dancefloor anthems, fusions of soul and rock that helped move pop forward” - Rolling Stone, 2017. But it’s not all about the hits. What’s your favorite deep cut?

“Michael Jackson's catalog is stuffed to the gills with megahits—heartrending ballads, funk-tinged dancefloor anthems, fusions of soul and rock that helped move pop forward” - Rolling Stone, 2017. But it’s not all about the hits. What’s your favorite deep cut? read more
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“Jackson wasn’t shy about using top-end directors: Martin Scorsese (Bad), John Singleton (Remember the Time), and David Fincher (Who Is It)” - The Guardian, 2016. Which director’s work most impressed you? Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Jackson wasn’t shy about using top-end directors: Martin Scorsese (Bad), John Singleton (Remember the Time), and David Fincher (Who Is It)” - The Guardian, 2016. Which director’s work most impressed you?

“Jackson wasn’t shy about using top-end directors: Martin Scorsese (Bad), John Singleton (Remember the Time), and David Fincher (Who Is It)” - The Guardian, 2016. Which director’s work most impressed you?

“Jackson wasn’t shy about using top-end directors: Martin Scorsese (Bad), John Singleton (Remember the Time), and David Fincher (Who Is It)” - The Guardian, 2016. Which director’s work most impressed you? read more
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“Jackson’s dancing and innovative music videos, especially the one for the title track “Thriller,” helped redefine the medium and open MTV to black musicians.” – New York Times, 2009. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Jackson’s dancing and innovative music videos, especially the one for the title track “Thriller,” helped redefine the medium and open MTV to black musicians.” – New York Times, 2009.

“Jackson’s dancing and innovative music videos, especially the one for the title track “Thriller,” helped redefine the medium and open MTV to black musicians.” – New York Times, 2009.

“Jackson’s dancing and innovative music videos, especially the one for the title track “Thriller,” helped redefine the medium and open MTV to black musicians.” – New York Times, 2009. read more
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We've enhanced the official Michael Jackson Photo Gallery layout and added more photos to make it better and easier to use. We hope you like the changes!

This photo from the new gallery shows Michael on the set of the "Smooth Criminal" short film in 1988. It was the sixth of nine short films from Bad, one of the best selling albums of all time, and it became one of Michael’s most celebrated visual works. http://www.michaeljackson.com/the-artist/photos/ Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson We've enhanced the official Michael Jackson Photo Gallery layout and added more photos to make it better and easier to use. We hope you like the changes!

This photo from the new gallery shows Michael on the set of the "Smooth Criminal" short film in 1988. It was the sixth of nine short films from Bad, one of the best selling albums of all time, and it became one of Michael’s most celebrated visual works. http://www.michaeljackson.com/the-artist/photos/

We've enhanced the official Michael Jackson Photo Gallery layout and added more photos to make it better and easier to use. We hope you like the changes! This photo from the new gallery shows Michael on the set of the "Smooth Criminal" short film in 1988. It was the sixth of nine short films from Bad, one of the best selling albums of all time, and it became one of Michael’s most celebrated visual works. http://www.michaeljackson.com/the-artist/photos/

We've enhanced the official Michael Jackson Photo Gallery layout and added more photos to make it better and easier to use. We hope you like the changes! This photo from the new gallery shows Michael on the set of the "Smooth Criminal" short film in 1988. It was the sixth of nine short films from Bad, one of the best selling albums of all time, and it became one of Michael’s most celebrated visual works. http://www.michaeljackson.com/the-artist/photos/ read more
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“An integral element of the ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” sound is the ‘bathroom stomp board’, a four foot by three foot piece of plywood that Jackson played in the middle of the song.” - NME, 2014. Watch this classic live at Wembley in 1988: Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “An integral element of the ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” sound is the ‘bathroom stomp board’, a four foot by three foot piece of plywood that Jackson played in the middle of the song.” - NME, 2014. Watch this classic live at Wembley in 1988:

“An integral element of the ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” sound is the ‘bathroom stomp board’, a four foot by three foot piece of plywood that Jackson played in the middle of the song.” - NME, 2014. Watch this classic live at Wembley in 1988:

“An integral element of the ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” sound is the ‘bathroom stomp board’, a four foot by three foot piece of plywood that Jackson played in the middle of the song.” - NME, 2014. Watch this classic live at Wembley in 1988: read more
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“I would put these galoshes on and dance around the living room and pretend that I was Michael Jackson.” - Lenny Kravitz on watching the Jackson 5 when he was young. How many of you mimicked The King of Pop as well? Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “I would put these galoshes on and dance around the living room and pretend that I was Michael Jackson.” - Lenny Kravitz on watching the Jackson 5 when he was young. How many of you mimicked The King of Pop as well?

“I would put these galoshes on and dance around the living room and pretend that I was Michael Jackson.” - Lenny Kravitz on watching the Jackson 5 when he was young. How many of you mimicked The King of Pop as well?

“I would put these galoshes on and dance around the living room and pretend that I was Michael Jackson.” - Lenny Kravitz on watching the Jackson 5 when he was young. How many of you mimicked The King of Pop as well? read more
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“Mr. Jackson was the biggest entertainer of his time, and his popularity endures a quarter-century after his peak.” - Boston.com, 2009. If you were trying to describe to someone why you love Michael so much, what would you say? Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Mr. Jackson was the biggest entertainer of his time, and his popularity endures a quarter-century after his peak.” - Boston.com, 2009. If you were trying to describe to someone why you love Michael so much, what would you say?

“Mr. Jackson was the biggest entertainer of his time, and his popularity endures a quarter-century after his peak.” - Boston.com, 2009. If you were trying to describe to someone why you love Michael so much, what would you say?

“Mr. Jackson was the biggest entertainer of his time, and his popularity endures a quarter-century after his peak.” - Boston.com, 2009. If you were trying to describe to someone why you love Michael so much, what would you say? read more
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"He'd take the stage with this group of dancers, all in their 20s, but you couldn't take your eyes off him." - TIME Magazine, 2009. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson "He'd take the stage with this group of dancers, all in their 20s, but you couldn't take your eyes off him." - TIME Magazine, 2009.

"He'd take the stage with this group of dancers, all in their 20s, but you couldn't take your eyes off him." - TIME Magazine, 2009.

"He'd take the stage with this group of dancers, all in their 20s, but you couldn't take your eyes off him." - TIME Magazine, 2009. read more
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Today we honor Benny Collins who passed away earlier this year. Benny was a big man with an even bigger heart who was beloved by all, including Michael Jackson, with whom he worked on more than one of his biggest tours. Benny was the best at his job and brought joy to all who knew him. Our condolences go to Benny’s friends and family as they celebrate his life today. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson Today we honor Benny Collins who passed away earlier this year. Benny was a big man with an even bigger heart who was beloved by all, including Michael Jackson, with whom he worked on more than one of his biggest tours. Benny was the best at his job and brought joy to all who knew him. Our condolences go to Benny’s friends and family as they celebrate his life today.

Today we honor Benny Collins who passed away earlier this year. Benny was a big man with an even bigger heart who was beloved by all, including Michael Jackson, with whom he worked on more than one of his biggest tours. Benny was the best at his job and brought joy to all who knew him. Our condolences go to Benny’s friends and family as they celebrate his life today.

Today we honor Benny Collins who passed away earlier this year. Benny was a big man with an even bigger heart who was beloved by all, including Michael Jackson, with whom he worked on more than one of his biggest tours. Benny was the best at his job and brought joy to all who knew him. Our condolences go to Benny’s friends and family as they celebrate his life today. read more
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This kid’s got moves. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson This kid’s got moves.

This kid’s got moves.

This kid’s got moves. read more
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#TBT: That’s Michael Jackson singing backup vocals on Kenny Rogers’ “Gon’ Back To Alabama!” Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson #TBT: That’s Michael Jackson singing backup vocals on Kenny Rogers’ “Gon’ Back To Alabama!”

#TBT: That’s Michael Jackson singing backup vocals on Kenny Rogers’ “Gon’ Back To Alabama!”

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#MJTrivia: Did you know that Thriller was the first album to be released simultaneously worldwide? Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson #MJTrivia: Did you know that Thriller was the first album to be released simultaneously worldwide?

#MJTrivia: Did you know that Thriller was the first album to be released simultaneously worldwide?

#MJTrivia: Did you know that Thriller was the first album to be released simultaneously worldwide? read more
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