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I don't believe I still don't own the "Off the Wall" album. I like everything I've heard on it, especially the title track which might be my favorite MJ song.
Close second is "In the Closet". Great chorus. Again, I don't even have an album with that song. Michael is definately being appreciated for his music right now. Several stations playing MJ music in celebration of his life.
Always smile in the face of adversity. This is so sad I want you back The "Off the wall" album The Thriller video I knew he would never do the concerts, just didn't think it would end like this. How will we fill our empty room? Long Live The She Drives Me Wild - Tears (18) - Demos 1989/1990 (CDr) Housequake His albums were nothing but perfection. Great music presented with impeccable taste. Nothing half-assed about his output.
I am not a fan of the man's music, rock n roll is my game, but greatness has to be recognized. There was only one and just like Elvis and John Lennon before him, there was no one like him before and there will never be another like him. His was not a soul that comes around once in a lifetime. His was one that comes around once. He was one of the last of his kind. McCartney is the sole survivor of the greats that actually changed the world with art.
I don't think the world will see an entertainer of Micheal's caliber again. I am really feeling someone else's list on YouTube: You've Got A Friend Euphoria We've Got Forever I'll Come Home To You We're Almost There Make Tonight All Mine Take Me Back Ain't No Sunshine Up Again Cinderella Stay Awhile Farewell My Summer Love Music And Me Ben Got To Be There Dear Michael With A Child's Heart One Day In My Life You're My Best Friend.
Bighead said: aarontj said: "McCartney is the sole survivor of the greats that actually changed the world with art. RIP MJ. Makes one think U should create only beauty 2 inhance the world while U R here.
Appricate the life U create. Yeshua4all said: Bighead said: Maybe Dylan in influence, but in terms of artistic class and perfection, McCartney is the last man standing. None of the others mentioned come close to the worlwide phenomena that was Micheal Jackson.
Or that is Paul McCartney. Though we are all fans, Prince definitely does not belong in the company of those select few. Hi jazz goers! Both are co produced with Teddy Riley Dangerous album but "Blood" was realeased later in Thoses particular tracks has typical Teddy new jack swing structured style Prince adopted as well long ago. I guess i'll have to get your feedback but i think it's already happening in "Grafitti Bridge" in if i'm not wrong, but turned it in his own way at that time for the first time.
I loved it and still do. There other tracks on "Grafitti" that has that spirit. What do you think?. Not to mention the videos, The "Remenber" videos as some familiarties with "Cream" isn't it? Game recognizes game and Mike was a first class, top notch performer, no question about it. But whatever flavor of Kool Aid you're sipping on that led to the last comment, you need to avoid like the plague. I guarantee you that their thoughts are in the complete opposite direction. There is good reason that he can still sell out 21 concerts at a single venue like the O2.
Not that Mike couldn't but I'd like to see any of the others mentioned try it. Good luck with that. On the 4th row. Bighead said: purplecam said: Couldn't have said it any better myself. We make our own way to heaven everyday "The only Love there is, is the Love we make". State of Shock with Jagger. Stand Up! Everybody, this is your life! Maybe his strange behavior. That's as close as he'll come to MJ.
I'm gonna try to be positive for a minute and think about the good times, so lets see It's a day I will never forget. I remember watching it and thinking Mike was magic. I was in such awe of him. I don't know what it is about him, but I have always just loved him and his music. I remember when I was like 5 or 6, I would go sneak in my Mother's closet where she kept all her vinyls and I would look at the "Off The Wall" cover inside out.
For some reason, I have always been fascinated with MJ and that cover with him and the big bright smile and white shocks, it just captivated me. Then when "beat It" would come on and I would start dancing, me and this other kid actually, the whole school would gather around us wathching us dance to Michael.
I didn't think we were so good lol, but they seemed to love it and from then on, all the kids would ask us to dance to Michael's music whenever there was a school dance. From then on everyone knew me in school as "The Michael Jackson" girl lol and it was so true. I remember going to school everyday with my MJ albums and listening to them on my cd player singing my heart out to "Rock With You" in the lunch room almost every day.
Almost every day i'd listen to his music or watch his video's. He was such an inspiration for me. Basically, he was my childhood. He was such a huge part of it anyway and this is why I feel so empty right now.
Michael is the reason I even love music in the first place. Michael is the reason I got through some very hard times. For all this, I am eternally grateful to you Mr. My heart is aching for you and I still keep crying on and off. My mother told me that she feels like a part of me died with Michael 'cause I really did love him and his music.
No more leeches, no more scrutiny, no more being sick and stressed constantly. No more lies. No more lawsuits. You can finally have some peace now. Goodnight dear sweet Prince. I'll love you always.
Im still in total shock. I was lucky enough to have seen Michael live on the 'Bad' Tour back in and am grateful that I got the opportunity. I remember when I was 5 years old. Must have been spring or summer of My older cousins would take big card board boxes, open them up and break dance on them. There would be a boom box blaring Wanna Be Startin' Something.
I would just look on in amazement. I remember watching a copy of the Motown on Showtime special narrated by James Earl Jones when I was about 8 or 9 years old and being mesmerized. At this time, Michael was just as magical as magic itself, IMO. I must have watched that VHS tape times. His performance of This Place Hotel at the end was the most exciting thing that I had ever seen at that point. Bad was the first compact disc that my mom ever bought.
That album was the reason why she bought us a cd player. I begged her for it and both were purchased on the same day. I remember watching the world premier videos of every single from the Dangerous and HIStory albums. You could over hear people conversing about them the next day at the bus stop or at the grocery store or what have you. He was truly electric and gave all when it came to his art.
I remember my mom buying me the Dangerous album the weekend that it came out back inI was I put it my Discman and was blown away that I had gotten only the week before. Within a week or two, I knew every lyric to every song on that album.
I remember school skating parties when I was in the 4th grade when the Sega Moonwalker arcade game came out. There would literally be kids crowded around it wanting a turn. We fought over who had next all the time. I must have watched it an absurd amount of times. My favorite was the morphing into the sports car. Everyone talked about how amazing he still was the next day at school.
I know he lip synched but it didn't even matter. The moves and the magic were all there. Anxiety, I'm so sorry about this. I was moving one page to another computer and thought I was in the MJ Sticky. My BAD! Could you move it over there when you get a chance. In fact I'll do it. The earliest memory I have of music is the Jackson 5. I am truly saddened about Michael's death From Motown to Butterflies Thanks Mike for such great music and you will truly never be forgotten.
DesireeNevermind said: State of Shock with Jagger. I was so excited. The Destiny album is also a highlight! Ur standing in the epicenter, Let the shaking begin MJ parties. Of course Prince always won - but MJ was a close second. Wannabestartinsomethin' is my fav. I have been remembering a track that I used to hear on the radio in L. I don't know if it was an edit of the inch mix or what Does it exist or am I imagining things?
My fave songs were Beat it and Billie Jean, but the entire Thriller album brings me good memories. It was the first album I bought I was 8 back then. After that, I lost interest for his career, but Michael was a giant on stage.
The kind of artist we all stop to watch when he is performing on TV, for example. Rest in peace, Michael. Bighead said: Sorry about the dose of reality, but to anyone else other than his hardcore fan base,Prince will be remembered for Purple rain and nothing else.
BTW, I was talking about music, not fame. Huge pop icons and nobody comes close. Prince will be remembered by music lovers. Wow, still having a hard time here accepting Michael Jackson is gone. Let me say my first memory of Michael Jackson was in in the cafeteria during elementry school.
The music was blasting not only songs from the brillance of Thriller but also then new album Bad. Even at being six and seven years old and my gangasta wannabe cousin had Bad posters on his wall when he was staying with my grandma, I knew this man have influence and appeal that reaches out to all types of ppl regardless of background they were or where they were from.
Michael has been part of my life he was around physical and he continues to be present through his music and spiritually.
Through the good times; dancing and playing Jam off my cassette tape that I recorded off of the radio. When in the sixth grade, I remembered when The Jacksons movie debut on ABC, and that glue me in through the struggles and trimpth of Michael and his family. I recalled the next couple days that not only my math class we talked about the movie and how good it was but also I even checked out a book from the library because I want to know more about the Jackson family.
Despite his allegations to this day and since the first day I seen him made his statement inI believed that he is innocent of child molestation and his enigma life he had as well as the controversities he had, he is a brillant performer who had love for his children, fans, community, and his family.
My prays and thoughts goes out to his family and his three kids. Michael I hope that you found peace and happiness on the otherside that you did not find in this joyous but at times also fuckup place called Earth. Your true fans will always love you. Anxiety said: What are your favorite Michael Jackson songs? My neighborhood has a few block parties during the summer and I guess one was planned for tonight as hundreds of folks were out and the dj was bumping.
Given the news I guess, he was playing all MJ. We decided to hang out for a bit and ended up dancing up a sweat! People clapped and cheered at the start and end of almost all of the songs.
It was a nice and Id say a fitting celebration. I have always loved "Maybe Tomorrow" by the Jackson 5. I've played it a few times today. Your lies, they cut me. Now your words don't mean a thing. I don't give a damn if you ever loved me I LOVe everyone song I ever heard from him!
He was the MAN in my book! Always will be! I cried today just like I did when Princes Diana died. His death is unreal it seems like. Americas choices based on itunes sales in the last day This makes it more tragic to me Michael Jackson's last rehearsal: 'just beaming with gladness' Michael Jackson spent his final night alive in his favorite spot on Earth: the stage. At Staples Center Wednesday night, the performer did a full run-through of his planned comeback concert. He and his company -- dancers, musicians, singers, aerial performers, choreographers and costumers -- planned to fly to England early next week for final dress rehearsals at London's O2 Arena, the site of the pop superstar's night sold-out run.
Always been a MJ fan I'm kind of partial to his later music Watch that video now and try not to get emotional I've got to say I am rather disappointed how people are not putting Michael Jackson's career in the proper context. I have to say, I am a huge Prince fan and I think that he is a musical genius. In fact, I am a bigger Prince fan than a M. It's funny to me how they say, "The Elvis or John Lennon of our day". The "King of POP", is way too modest.
He came at just the right time in musical history and harnessed just the right sound. That was God's gift to us, the world, and I am lucky that I lived in this era. I've also gotta say that a brotha is a little bit disappointed in President Obama for not publically speaking on M. In fact, I feel that an emergency prime time press conference live from the oval office would have been in good taste. Screw what the stupid masses of M.
You are the President. In the words of Dave Chappelle, "C'mon? The man made Thriller! One hundred million plus albums sold Numbers don't lie. I appreciate you, M. May God rest your troubled, under-appreciated soul, Mr. Michael Jackson. Michael is not the beginning nor end of talent. RIP michael. JumpUpOnThe1 said: jackielove said Whatever happened to the song Escape?
Two of the greatest Pop albums ever released: Off the Wall and Thriller. It doesn't get much better than that, The musicianship of all involved, and MJ's performance - him at his peak. Whatever decade, whatever century, these albums will forever be classics and define this generation.
The performances at this time were nothing short of unbelievable. Not many can get near his level of talent, skill, or perfecting their craft to the level he was when he was at his peak. If anything, he's now free from this crazy life he had, and will always have his music.
I'm afraid of Americans. I'm afraid of the world. Dolphinking23 said: I love Prince and hes equally a genius on the technical side and muscianship side of music, but I dont his popularity is at this magnitude.
This MJ movement thats been going on is something you would see for royalty or a president this man's death is causing grief and mourning all around the world. Not everyone thinks he was some massive icon, he was a pop singer and dancer at the end of the day and not the pope.
Really liking the tracks below right now. In the last few weeks, I'd actually started listening to a lot of his music again. There's so many songs I hadn't heard in a long time, especially Good Times, that is quite powerful now and a brilliant track. We all know that if Prince died, there is a lot of old unreleased music that could be released for years but does Michael Jackson have any?
I'd love to see some old jams released that were made by either Michael solo or with his brothers from around the "Destiny" through the "Thriller" eras. TyphoonTip said: FunkyStrange said: Jagger? Wasn't it Freddie? Okay, I don't remember who said that Prince is really only known for Purple Rain and his "weird behavior. I don't think so. So, in non-michael jackson fans' eyes, jackson is only known for that record.
Now, let's talk about this weird behavior business. Does prince let children come over and let them sleep in his bed?? Don't think so. If he had done what MANY of us know he did with one of my children, I wouldn't have taken hush money. I would have made sure he spent his last days in prison, She Drives Me Wild - Tears (18) - Demos 1989/1990 (CDr), being treated the same way he treated children.
SoulAlive said:[quote] littlebearbeer said: thinks he was some massive icon, he was a pop singer and dancer at the end of the day and not the pope. I've been listening to HIStory a lot since he died. Very underrated album. From Scream to Money is just classic MJ. The world is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. I just totally lost it again! I have not heard this song since I was about 11 years old.
I'd totally forgotten how much I loved that song and Michael Jackson back then! Damn, deep down inside I loved the hell out of Michael Jackson but being a grown ass made me forget that!
Here's what bothers ME: Prince died of an overdose of the drug Fentanyl. Of which, it is very highly fucking likely that he never even knew he'd taken. THat record was the jam. He was still relevant. Main stream radio didn't pick up on that album, but Black radio loved it. That trackmasters beat was so sick. That's the new MJ I'd like to remember. I find this MJ video quite haunting.
Human Nature. To me this is Michael Jackson's best song. It has got to be one of the most covered songs of his as well. It has just a perfect set of chord progessions that is so original. Smooth as silk. Boriqua said: I find this MJ video quite haunting. I'm truly sorry! I know this is going to hurt like hell y'all but it has to be done and no one else is touching it, so I guess it's up to me because it truly sums up how I'm feeling right now!
SummerRain said: Bighead said: Sorry about the dose of reality, but to anyone else other than his hardcore fan base,Prince will be remembered for Purple rain and nothing else. I just can't believe how classless and tactless some people are being about the whole thing!!! Whatever your personal feelings about the man are, his vast contributions to the music world simply cannot, should not and will not be denied!
If you don't like it, go find something else to do for a few days, read a book, go outside and play in the sunshine, anything! Just leave the man and those that want to appreciate him, in peace! Yes, this is a Prince fan community board, so whatever happened to showing a little Love 4 One Another, huh? Wow, there's so many. Here are a few no particular order 1. Lady in My Life 2. I Can't Help It 3.
Working Day and Night 4. Human Nature 6. Butterflies most slept on out of his recent work 7. Why You Wanna Trip on Me 8. Remember the Time 9. Dancing Machine Shake Your Body Human Nature Off the Wall This Place Hotel aka Heartbreak Hotel Lovely One Who Is it Rock With You Dangerous pretty much the whole album - very underrated Another Part of Me Really love this one Billie Jean Man in the Mirror Never Can Say Goodbye In the Closet.
Oh My God. I still can't wrap my head around it. And at this time my "WackoJacko" alter account will also be permanently put to rest. They did WHAT??! Help Us, Lawd!!!!!!!!!!! SummerRain said: ThunderCer said: Does anyone not find it strange that he dies on the exact, 25 year anniversary, of the release of Purple Rain? SummerRain said: [stuff that is nowhere near relevant to the topic at hand was here].
I don't think MJ wanted to be white. I think he wanted his kids to be white because of racial issues in this country. I wonder what killed MJ. BSK said: SummerRain said: [stuff that is nowhere near relevant to the topic at hand was here]. I'm still in total shock; but I feel I owe a lot to Michael, because he was the one who got me into music. He helped me find my own favorite genres of music as opposed to listening to what my parents listened to.
I'm 17 right now, but I'll never forget She Drives Me Wild - Tears (18) - Demos 1989/1990 (CDr) impact "Beat It" had the first time I heard it. It was only a couple of years ago when I learned about this fella Prince, and, well, that was a whole different thing because I grew to appreciate musicianship more as I do now; but I feel bad saying over the past few years admitting that I'd jumped off of the MJ train because he didn't play all the instruments or produce everything on his own.
Oddly enough, She Drives Me Wild - Tears (18) - Demos 1989/1990 (CDr), on Wednesday night of this past week I played some of "Off The Wall," and went, "hey, I forgot this guy's really got it, doesn't he!?
Those two really hit home for me. I love "Jam", sometimes I think too much, same with "2 Bad. Love the album. Love the Title song Single. I think "Invincible" is kind of underrated. He changed the way I viewed music. He was just too good to be true.
It's very sad that he died so young. I'm still in shock and am waiting for Ashton Kutcher to jump out and say that that we've all been punk'd. I'm glad I did get into his music because Michael Jackson showed me what real music was. I got into Prince because of Michael Jackson. I cried for what seemed like the longest of time when I saw on CNN that he died.
On June 25,music died. Michael Jackson will surely be missed. My prayers go out to his family, especially to his children who've lost the only parent they've ever known. His music was the soundtrack of my life, which I'm sure most would attest to. SummerRain said: BSK said: now is really not the time to start up with this kinda stuff. There could not be a Prince if it was not for Michael Jackson.
Everyone who was Black and lived in the 70's wanted to be a member of the Jackson 5. They were the coolest thing going for Black kids. For millions of Black kids growing up at that time they emulated the Jackson's singing,dancing, and fashion.
MJ pushed Prince and vice versa. We lost a legend people. My favourites songs are the ones he did with the Jacksons. When I watched Can you feel it, I got a bit choked by the lyrics.
Bad is my favorite MJ album. The drums and rhythms on that album are sooo cool and unique I think it is the most unique of his albums I wish I could find that thread on drum programmers There's no other song like Speed Demon or Smooth Criminal Listen to that high-hat on Bad! BSK said: just a heads-up for ya'll, over on stonesthrow. Well, the one thing I do know about the comparison of Michael Jackson and Prince is that, Michael loved and appreciated his fans, while Prince treats his like crap!
Prince could really learn a lesson from Michael in that aspect! Put it this way. There was music before Michael Jackson and there was music after Michael Jackson. He changed the art-form. Just like what Marlon Brando did for acting and Richard Pryor did for stand-up, Michael Jackson did for music and pop culture.
He is incomparable to anyone and his impact is immeasurable. Not to mention the impact of his philanthropy. A true hero that graced this earth. Case closed.
You'll be missed Michael. I'll never forget you. Much peace to you and yours I remember one Xmas I got the 45 for "Bad" and I turned my stereo up sky high thinking it was gonna start with the bassline just like the radio was playing then it did that funny intro that scared the shit out of me I will never forget that. SummerRain said:. I cannot decide which is better between Off the Wall and Thriller, though. I say they are a tie. I just wish "Thriller" could have been like, down the road for him a bit.
It just seemed like he peaked so early in his adult career that there was no place he could possibly go but down. What an amazing career and legacy this man had. There's going to be alot of material released Motown has over songs left in the vaults and around 7 years of footage MJJ Productions has a wealth of material. Books that were never released, albums that were either finished and put away or projects that were never completed concerts that have been shown He recorded everything. And we call them genius, because they are the people who change the world.
A secret library of over a hundred songs recorded by Michael Jackson could be released following his death. One of the singer's biographers, Ian Halperin, claimed that the unheard songs had been made for his children. I was told he will not let them come out now. It is rumoured, given the parlous financial situation of his estate, that any such recordings will not be kept private for long. On eBay, bidding grew on a number of Jackson memorabilia items.
Limited edition records, musical instruments used by the star and even a movie contract with his signature were being sold for thousands of pounds. Graceland, the mansion owned by Elvis Presley and where he was buried, has become a much-visited landmark. Maybe as they relate to how I feel, and are complete tear jerkers especially for me. I need to get it all out, but the thing is. Boriqua said: SummerRain said: I did not like the Earth Song because it was sad and it blamed God for all of the problems in the earth.
MJ pretty much called GOD a liar and uncaring. These tough times are about community and love and we encourage our friends to participate in this special LIVE program. Call us during the live show at We would love to hear your favorite memories of Michael and music requests. Peace and Love, Joe Kelley.
TheBlackCat said: Put it this way. Someone's Knockin' At The Door. Somebody's Ringin' The Bell. Somebody's Ririgin' The Bell. Bounce party y'all Like the wall of Berlin It's going down people - 5. Rebelution said: journey said: Well, the one thing I do know about the comparison of Michael Jackson and Prince is that, Michael loved and appreciated his fans, while Prince treats his like crap!
Off The Wall was my very first album, and I remember buying it and taking it home. I must have listened to that album for about six hours straight. GustavoRibas said: Bighead said: Sorry about the dose of reality, but to anyone else other than his hardcore fan base,Prince will be remembered for Purple rain and nothing else.
I discovered Prince through Michael Jackson. He was the one it all started with. When I first learned about his death I was devastated. I thought I could never listen to his songs again. But then, at 3. I will mis him forever. He was my first idol. I had tickets for August 24th, to go with my brother and sister. I would've been my first time ever to see him.
But that's not important. It was 35 years ago this summer that I bought my first Jackson 5 lp. It was the first of many to come. I never gave up on Mike and his brothers, even when I was teased for being a fan. Of course I got the last laugh in '83 when the rest of the world jumped on board There are so many stories and so little time.
And maybe that's the way God intended it, so those who've touched us can continue to do so This is my favorite single by the Jacksons, seen here performing on Top of the Pops in Forgot about this song, played it today, make me feel good. I never really got into this song before. This is on one of the Jacksons albums on Epic?
I agree that MJ cannot be compared to Prince since he is not a singer songwriter and musician. He is more comparable to Madonna in that most of the songs he did were written by others or he had minimal input, whereas we know P is behind all aspects of his music. MJ is marred by scandal and none of us know for sure what is truth or reality He killed it. He did know how to make an entrance, a show, and create buzz.
It is undeniable the affect he had on music in the 80's- the media build up and press he was able to create The huge world premieres of videos- no one did the video release like MJ. Whatever any of us think about MJ personally we have to admit the man knew how to bring it to the public, to create buzz So, I have to give props to MJ for hitting the fans in all out force, ways that we talked about for weeks after. MJ and Madonna took it to another level.
I hope the rumors about MJ abusing children were not true, and if they were true I hope he pays dearly in the afterlife this is a crime that deserves eternal punishment!
But since none of us know the truth, I am going to hope that these were just acusations by money hungry greedy people who saw an easy target to make such acusations about. I watched "Captain Eo" today. I was alone when I watched it and I still got embarrassed. There is entertainment. There is art. At times you can have art that entertains and entertainment that occasionally prompts some thought. Michael Jackson was nothing but entertainment. Musical genius, musical anything doesn't even enter the conversation.
He sang, he danced, he elevated the music video to silly levels. Song and dance. Nothing high-brow. I don't get what all the fuss is about.
Musically that guy wasn't about anything. Most of it dated extrememly poorly, to boot. Sure, he didn't write and produce all his songs, but it's deeper than that. Berry Gordy was not a musical genius, either. I'm not saying you have to be a genius to be influential. Does that make them less talented?
That's like saying, "Not every basketball player is as good as XYZ. I'm not talking about being loved by the public. Barack Obama is loved by the a lot of the public. Barack Obama is also not considered a musical genius by most sober people.
That is your business. I don't think we're even talking about the same thing. I think you're letting your love of the man and his influence on your life distort your objectivity. That doesn't mean he's not widely influential. That doesn't mean he's not well-liked. I'm not talking about popularity, I'm talking about talent. Being a good dancer has nothing to do with the music you make.
Spending a lot of money on videos has nothing to do with your musical skills. Again, dancing gets people excited. James wasn't much of a musician, either, but he sure knew how to have his band jam and pick the best parts THEY came up with to arrange into "songs". Stevie Wonder and Prince are both talked about in musician circles with great respect. Michael Jackson never comes up.
Prince and Stevie Wonder will be remembered for being very talented and innovative She Drives Me Wild - Tears (18) - Demos 1989/1990 (CDr). Michael will be remembered for spending a lot of money on ambitious videos and dancing. That's not counting the negative stuff that will probably overshadow even those things. Why not.
That speaks volumes to me. It doesn't change facts. Michael Jackson was a well-loved entertainer. He was good at dancing and spending loads of money to create innovative music videos. Not considering his scandals, these two things are about all he's likely to be remembered for aside from the music he did little to create. Time heals all wounds, but the loss of Michael Jackson is still so devastating to me.
I was home when hearing the news, and I felt as if someone has kicked me in my chest. I fell to the floor. My heart is very heavy. My eyes are blood shot from crying off and on for the past few days. I am crying as I make this post. Michael Jackson has been part of my life since I was a child, and the loss is so great. I take comfort in the fact that I was fortunate to see him live 3 times, and his musical catalog, and live shows that I own on video and dvd will continue to keep him alive in my heart.
Despite the many controversies that has surrounded him, the questionable life choices, the plastic surgery, etc. Michael Jackson is the undisputed "King Of Pop, and no one could ever take that title from him.
Stranger In Moscow and Earth Song are beautiful. Sdldawn said: i tell ya. If I start listing the songs, my heart will sink again I just cannot believe he is gone. I am really going to miss him Stranger in Moscow is the sound of loneliness and fear.
I'm telling ya, Disc II of History is an awesome album. Aside from a couple of misfires like Little Susie and Childhood, it's classic stuff. What makes it so daring is that it's the only MJ album that defies the wholesome family-friendly image. MJ swearing and sounding furious on an album while revealing his persecution complex amidst infectious dance grooves. He may be gone but as an artist his music will live on forever and ever. God bless his soul.
I might be duplicating what some others may have already said, but has Prince actually been quoted on his feelings on MJ's passing??? We all know how private She Drives Me Wild - Tears (18) - Demos 1989/1990 (CDr) likes to be, I do find it a little odd that nothing has been said at all Since his death, i've been listening to this list: the jams are catchy and charming, but not badass like Bad or DSfor example and the ballads truly mirror how I feel about his death Blame it on the boogie 2.
Rock with you 3. It's the falling in love 4. Human Nature 5. You rock my world 6. I can't help it 7. Enjoy yourself 8. I just can't stop loving you 9. One more chance Man in the mirror Gone too soon So what are u going 2 do? R u just gonna sit there and watch? Tuesday 18 February Wednesday 19 February Thursday 20 February Friday 21 February Saturday 22 February Sunday 23 February Monday 24 February Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Saturday 29 February Sunday 1 March Monday 2 March Tuesday 3 March Wednesday 4 March Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Saturday 14 March Sunday 15 March Monday 16 March Tuesday 17 March Wednesday 18 March Thursday 19 March Friday 20 March Saturday 21 March Sunday 22 March Monday 23 March Tuesday 24 March Wednesday 25 March Thursday 26 March Friday 27 March Saturday 28 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday 22 April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Wednesday 29 April Thursday 30 April Friday 1 May Saturday 2 May Sunday 3 May Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Monday 11 May Tuesday 12 May Wednesday 13 May Thursday 14 May Friday 15 May Saturday 16 May Sunday 17 May Monday 18 May Tuesday 19 May Wednesday 20 May Thursday 21 May Friday 22 May Saturday 23 May Sunday 24 May Monday 25 May Tuesday 26 May Wednesday 27 May Thursday 28 May Friday 29 May Saturday 30 May Sunday 31 May Monday 1 June
Love Hurts - Joan Jett - The Hit List (Vinyl, LP, Album), Mehl Licht! - Organisation Toth - Presents Gloria Victis! (CD, Album), Sommerkysset - Ib Grønbech - Gunnars Rekordbog (CD, Album), New Years Day - U2 - BBC Concert (Vinyl, LP), Magdalena - Juan Morata, Cobla Barcelona - Sardanes Pour Danser (Vinyl, LP), Chci Oplakat To Dobře (Bunes) - Radůza - Miluju Vás (CD, Album), James Darren - Sad Eyed Romany Woman (Vinyl), The DFLO Shuttle - Digital Underground - Sons Of The P (CD, Album), Tell The Landlord - Robert Cray - Some Rainy Morning (CD, Album), Besame Mucho - Dave Pike Quartet - Pikes Peak (Vinyl, LP, Album), De Liane En Liane - Backstab - Futura (The Sci-Fi Rock Experience) (CD, Album), Snuff
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