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All Eyez on Me:Diamond

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The Late great Rapper Tupac Shakur’s double album, All Eyez on Me, has been certified as “Diamond” status by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), representing more than 10 million copies sold.

Stevie Wonder: This Day In Music

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This day in music Stevie Wonder released his first album, “The 12 Year Old Genius.” It would become Motown’s first #1  in 1963!

Stevie Wonder: This Day In Music

 

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On This Day In Music: In 1971, On his twenty-first birthday Stevie Wonder received his childhood earnings. He received $1 million.

In addition, Stevie Wonder independently recorded two albums, which he used as a bargaining tool while negotiating with Motown. Eventually the label agreed to his demands for full creative control (at that time the only artists to have that) and the rights to his own songs.

The 120-page contract was a precedent at Motown and gave Wonder a much higher royalty rate and a stipulation that stated, if Motown was to ever be sold that he gets to keep his publishing’s and he would have to approve the buyers). Stevie Wonder is one of the only artists that never recorded for anyone but Motown.

This Day In R&B Music History

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This Day In R&B Music History: On April 23, 1971 The Number One cut on the R&B Chart was “What’s Going On” by Marvin Gaye (5 weeks at #1).

Onyx:”Bacdafucup”

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On this day in 1993, Onyx released their debut studio album, “Bacdafucup”, to critical and commercial success. Their single “Slam” hit #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. ‪#‎DefJam30‬

Tupac: Me Against The World

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‘Me Against the World’ the third studio album by Tupac Shakur. Released March 14, 1995. ‘Me Against the World’ the third studio album by Tupac Shakur. Released March 14, 1995.

Hall & Oates: Today In Music

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On This Day In Music: 1982, Hall and Oates went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘I Can Go For That, (No Can Do)’ the duo’s fourth US No.1, also was a number one hit on the R&B and Dance Charts..

TLC: 20TH Anniversary!

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ON This Day In Music: In 1995, TLC started a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Creep’ the group’s first US No.1, it was also number one on the R&B Chart for 9 nine weeks from December 10, 1994 – Feb. 4, 1995.

“Creep” is the Grammy-winning first single by American R&B group TLC from their second studio album… CrazySexyCool, released on October 31, 1994 by LaFace Records. The single became their first number-one single and fourth top-ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, and remained at number one on the chart for four weeks, eventually becoming the second best-selling single of 1995, behind Madonna’s “Take a Bow”.

TLC won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, and Dallas Austin was nominated for Best R&B Song. It was the 3rd most successful Hot 100 Single of 1995, according to Billboard’s Year End Charts. “Creep” was ranked third on Spin’s Top 20 Singles of the ’90s & #7 on nuTsie’s Top 100 Greatest R&B Songs of the 1990s.

It contains a sample of “Hey Young World” by Slick Rick. The song appears in video games The Hip Hop Dance Experience and Everybody Dance as DLC.

Anala Beevers: Baby Genius!

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4-year-old Anala Beevers has an IQ of 145.  Anala — who learned the alphabet when she was only 4 months old, her parents say — has an IQ over 145. The New Orleans toddler recently was invited to join Mensa, the high-IQ society for people wh…o score at the 98th percentile or higher on the standardized intelligence test. Anala is in the 99th percentile.

Anala loves geography, knows the location of every U.S. state and the names of their capitals. She even carries a map of America everywhere she goes.

“She needs a reality show,” her father, Landon Beevers, told People magazine. “She keeps us on our toes.” She also knows she’s smart.  “Really smart,” Anala says.

Her mother, Sabrina Beevers, says Anala is constantly correcting the family’s grammar.

“She’s a handful,” Landon Beevers said. “I’ll tell you, she’s a handful.”

Anala is not the youngest Mensa member. In June, Adam Kirby, a 2-year-old from London, became the youngest boy ever to join Mensa, according to the Digital Journal. Emmelyn Roettger, a 2-year-old from Washington, D.C., joined last year, becoming the youngest U.S. member.

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Ike & Tina: The Early Years!

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TLC: 200% increase in sales!

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TLC:Behind The Music

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Crystal didn’t like how she was portrayed in the movie

Crystal and Ian Burke went on radio station, Ryan Cameron’s V103 morning show and revealed that she didn’t get kicked out of TLC because she couldn’t sing, but because she refused to sign the contract.

Crystal and her manager at the time, Ian Burke (@orca172) also revealed:

Ian Burke is really the creator of TLC

Jermaine Dupri had a big role in their career and he was the one who  suggested that T-boz sing in a low register

Several more interesting tidbits were revealed by Crystal and Ian that answers some of the “unknowns” many of us fans were wondering about.

Ian claimed at first he did not want to put Lisa in the group. He initially rejected Lisa from the group because she wore a dress to the audition. Ian was looking for a girl in baggy clothes. But once he made Lisa rap for him, he was sold. Also, Lisa didn’t like the dress either. She told him she normally wears baggy clothes. That sealed the deal.

Ian knew T-Boz was the one for the group after visiting her home at 2am. She had missed the auditions. So, he went to see her in person at her home. When she opened the front door, he immediately know she was “the one”.

Ian says one pivotal part in TLC’s journey that the movie didn’t capture was Jermaine Dupri’s involvement. JD was actually the person who had T-Boz sing in her lower register. Her tone eventually became TLC’s signature sound.

Ian expressed that TLC was actually SWV’s name. Since TLC hit scene first, SWV could no longer use it.

TLC was never supposed to be a singing group; instead a girl power “movement” of some sort.

Crystal says yes she has an issue with how she was portrayed during the audition scene. She insists that she can sing (but she didn’t take the opportunity on Ryan Cameron’s show to prove it to the world). *side eye*

Crystal claims Pebbles indeed gave her a contract as well. However, she didn’t sign it because she wanted her mother to look over it first.

Jackson Family Secrets Part III:By Stacey brown

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After a chance meeting as a young fan, Stacy Brown became friends with the bizarre family of Michael Jackson. For 25 years, he hung out at their Hayvenhurst estate in Encino, Calif., and even ghostwrote their memoirs. He previously wrote about Katherine Jackson’s letters to her son and Jermaine’s jealousy of Michael. In the final entry from his three-part series about life with the Jacksons, he talks about how Michael loomed over — and sabotaged — so much of his family’s plans.

Just before Michael Jackson’s 2001 concerts at Madison Square Garden to celebrate 30 years in show business, Jacko and Jermaine engaged in one of their bitter battles.

Jermaine criticized Michael for high ticket prices and for excluding certain acts. Jacko told Jermaine to beat it — he was off the show.

Jermaine and Michael’s parents, Katherine and Joseph, drove the two-and-a-half hours from Encino to Neverland to resolve the dispute. They were stopped at the gate.

“Mother is tired, she needs water and she has to use the bathroom and Michael has ordered security not to let us in,” Jermaine said over the phone. He had called hoping someone could appeal to Michael’s people.

The standoff went on for two hours.

Finally, Jacko sent word — his mother could use the bathroom in the first guest house, but that was it. They had to be on their way.

“He won’t see us. His own mother,” Joseph protested. “He probably is on those drugs. Or something.”

Life at Neverland

What drugs, what something, no one knew — Michael Jackson was a mystery even to his family.

They had attempted no less than a half-dozen interventions, with no luck. Three months after the 2001 concerts, at a hotel in New York, Janet, Randy, and others attempted to rid him of dependence.

“Leave me alone, mind your business, I’ll be dead in one year anyway,” Jacko told them.

Michael had cut them off, one by one. He preferred to stay locked inside his rooms, watching the world through cameras.

My family and I were invited to stay at Neverland once, in 1997, and over four days we never saw Michael. But I’m sure he saw us.

Michael made all guests at Neverland, including his family, sign waivers every time they visited. The waivers allowed Michael to eavesdrop on telephone calls, videotape comings and goings and simply spy on those on the grounds.

Jackson siblings warned me to cover my bedroom and bathroom walls with sheets because you likely were being filmed, even if you were naked.

For some, Neverland was the ultimate paradise. It’s a ranch with several buildings, including a main house, Indian Tee-Pees, an amusement park, a state-of-the-art movie theater that houses a collection of films to make any public or private theater owner jealous, and a library with a collection of more than 10,000 books.

To others, though, Neverland is an enormously expensive lure for unsuspecting child victims, the ultimate candy from a stranger.

There was a specialized alarm system that sounded anytime anyone went near Jacko’s bedroom. We’d sometimes test it and, sure enough, a security guard would come inside to make sure that no one was near the quarters.

The zoo on the property rivaled those in the Bronx, Baltimore and other places. “Pet the lion, its OK, Stacy,” Jacko said to me on another visit. I refused.

From time to time, snakes would slither across the grass, frightening horse drawn carriages. A ride on a golf cart and passed the zoo had to be met with caution, particularly when passing cages that contained Patrick the orangutan, who replaced the famous Bubbles the chimp, and whose displeasure for strangers was evident in his spitting about 40 yards at those who would come into his view.

Sabotaging the Family

Despite his isolation, Michael maintained his control over the family.

At one point he demanded that sister Janet, who had become almost as famous as him, stop using their surname. He wanted to be the only superstar named Jackson.

Other family members protested that Michael derailed their careers.

“That’s the problem I have with him,” Jermaine said. “OK, so he doesn’t want to do anything with us, but he doesn’t’ want us to make our own money, either. He wants us to depend upon him to provide and we’re adults.”

Rebbie, whom Michael had gifted her only hit, the 1985 single “Centipede,” also was stifled by her little brother. When she recorded her most recent album, 1997’s “Yours Faithfully,” she admitted to making a big mistake. “I did it for Michael’s label,” she told me.

Rebbie had done a lot press in support of the CD, which included the duet, “Fly Away,” with Jacko. She appeared on Regis and Kathy Lee, BET and other shows. After the first single was released, the CD disappeared from stores.

She alleged that Michael campaigned to kill the careers of his family members, even paying off A&R and radio executives to not play his brother’s and sister’s music.

“Michael did it again, he dangles the carrot and we’re supposed to jump,” Rebbie said.

It wasn’t that Michael couldn’t be generous. When Rebbie and her husband Nathaniel wanted to buy a house in Las Vegas, Jackson ponied up $100,000 towards the $300,000-plus price tag.

But even that seemed to have an ulterior motive.

Michael had become aware that Grace Rwarmba, the children’s nanny had been visiting Rebbie in Vegas and she had expressed concerns over Jacko’s drug dependency. Jacko’s divorce from Lisa Marie Presley was also, in part, because Presley had sought advice from Rebbie about Jacko, something Jacko detested.

“Don’t go to my family for anything, stay away from them,” he ordered Presley.

Remoras on Jacko

Jackson’s paranoia grew over the years. He thought his siblings were plotting together. He was convinced his ideas were being stolen, even by Steven Spielberg.

“Look at the logo for Neverland,” he told me once. “It’s the little boy in the moon with a fishing pole. Now, look at what those Jews have for DreamWorks. A boy inside the moon, fishing!”

As for his belief that people were out to get him, well authorities were — because of the increasingly compelling accusations of molestation.

I had ghost-written a book with Bob Jones, Michael’s long-time publicist, called “The Man Behind the Mask,” which detailed Jones disgust at much of what he witnessed.

Jones, who is gay, told me angrily: “When I’m horny, I call another man. When King Michael gets horny, he’s on the phone with some little boy.”

During the 2005 trial, I was called as a witness for the prosecution, to back up some of the things Jones said.

Michael approached me before I testified and handed me a Bible. “Stacy, is this yours?” he said, pretending I had somehow dropped it on the ground. I just wished him well.

Most of the family didn’t care if Michael was guilty or innocent. They just worried about two things: the collapsing Jackson legacy and the money Michael would lose if he went to prison.

They defended him to the end, even those who suspected, because the Jacksons were dependent on him — a situation he encouraged. He owned the Encino estate; he funded, or more often refused to fund, their tours.

Over the years, I have written about the Jacksons, but many continued to talk to me — because they so often did not talk to each other.

In December 2005, several family members called me, worried about rumors that Michael had died of a drug overdose in Bahrain. Four years later, they called me again. “Is it really true this time?” Rebbie asked. Yes, I said. She put her husband on the phone.

“He probably had a needle in his arm,” Nathaniel said. “That selfish jerk.”

 

 

Michael jackson:Off The Wall!

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On this day in 1979, Michael Jackson went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough’, his second US solo No.1

Let’s Get It On: 40th Anniversary!

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In the spring of 1972, Marvin Gaye was suffering from writer’s block] Following the release of his most commercially successful album up to that point, What’s Going On (1971), and the soundtrack album to the blaxploitation film Trouble Man (1972), Gaye had struggled to come up with new material after Motown Records had renegotiated a new contract with him. The contract provided him with more creative control over his recordings. The deal was worth $ 1 million, making him the highest-earning soul artist, as well as the highest-earning black artist, at the time.

He was also struggling with deciding whether or not to relocate to Los Angeles, following Motown-CEO Berry Gordy‘s move of the record label and replacement of the Detroit-based Hitsville U.S.A. (Motown Studio A) recording studio with the Hitsville West studio in Los Angeles. Amid relocation and his lack of material, Gaye was struggling with his conscience, as well as dealing with expectations from his wife, Gordy’s sister Anna. Gaye’s separation from Gordy pressured him emotionally. During this time, he had also been attempting to cope with past issues that had stemmed from his childhood.

During his childhood, Gaye had been physically abused by his preacher father Marvin Gay, Sr., who disciplined his son under extremely moralistic and fundamentalist Christian teachings. As a result, the meaning and practice of sex had later become a disturbing question for Gaye. As an adult, he suffered with sexual impotence and became plagued by sadomasochistic fantasies, which haunted him in his dreams and provoked some guilt in his conscience.

According to Gaye’s biographer David Ritz, “his view of sex was unsettled, tormented, riddled with pain”. Gaye learned to cope with his personal issues with a newly found spirituality. He began incorporating his new outlook into his music, as initially expressed through the socially conscious album What’s Going On, along with promotional photos of him wearing a kufi in honor of African traditional religions and his faith.

By winning over record executives with the success of What’s Going On, Gaye attained more creative control, which he would use, following his brief separation from wife Anna Gordy, to record an album that was meant to surface themes beyond sex] As with What’s Going On, Gaye wanted to have a deeper meaning than the general theme that was used to portray it; in the case of the former, politics, and with its follow-up effort, love and romance, which would be used by Gaye as a metaphor for God’s love. In his book Divided Soul: The Life of Marvin Gaye, David Ritz wrote of Gaye and the musical inspiration behind Gaye’s second landmark record:

If the most profound soul songs are prayers in secular dress, Marvin’s prayer is to reconcile the ecstasy of his early religious epiphany with a sexual epiphany. The hope for such a reconciliation, the search for sexual healing, is what drives his art … The paradox is this: The sexiest of Marvin Gaye’s work is also his most spiritual. That’s the paradox of Marvin himself. In his struggle to wed body and soul, in his exploration of sexual passion, he expresses the most human of hungers—the hunger for God. In those songs of loss and lament—the sense of separation is heartbreaking. On one level, the separation is between man and woman. On a deeper level, the separation is between man and God.

In the album’s liner notes, Gaye explained his views on the themes of sex and love, stating “I can’t see anything wrong with sex between consenting anybodies. I think we make far too much of it. After all, one’s genitals are just one important part of the magnificent human body … I contend that SEX IS SEX and LOVE IS LOVE. When combined, they work well together, if two people are of about the same mind. But they are really two discrete needs and should be treated as such. Time and space will not permit me to expound further, especially in the area of the psyche. I don’t believe in overly moralistic philosophies. Have your sex, it can be exciting, if you’re lucky. I hope the music that I present here makes you lucky.”

Gaye proceeded to record some more politically conscious material at the Golden World Records studio, known as Motown’s Studio B, as well as the preliminary vocals and instrumentation for some of the material to be featured on Let’s Get It On.Following the earlier sessions in Detroit at Golden World, Gaye recorded at Hitsville West in Los Angeles from February to July 1973.

Accompanied by an experienced group of session musicians called The Funk Brothers, who had contributed to Gaye’s What’s Going On, and received their first official credit, Gaye recorded the unreleased songs “The World is Rated X” and “Where Are We Going” and the single “You’re the Man” (1972) at Golden World.

“Where Are We Going” was later covered by trumpeter Donald Byrd. Gaye had planned the release of an album titled You’re the Man, but it was later shelved for unknown reasons. The songs that were to be included on it, along with other unreleased recordings from Hitsville West and Golden World, were later featured on the 2001 re-release of Let’s Get It On.

The album’s first recording, “Let’s Get It On“, was composed by Gaye with friend and former Motown label mate Ed Townsend. It was originally written by Gaye as a religious ode to life, but Motown singer-songwriter Kenneth Stover re-wrote it as a more political first draft.

Upon hearing Gaye’s preliminary mix of Stover’s draft, Townsend protested and claimed that the song would be better suited with sexual and romantic overtones, particularly “about making sweet love.” Gaye and Townsend rewrote the song’s lyrics together with the original arrangements and musical accompaniment of the demo intact. The lyrics were inspired by Janis Hunter, whom Gaye had become infatuated with after meeting each other through Ed Townsend during the initial sessions.

Townsend has cited Hunter’s presence during the album’s recording as an inspiration for Gaye. Gaye’s intimate relationship with Hunter subsequently became the basis for his 1976 album I Want You. While recording the title track, he was inspired to revive unfinished recordings from his 1970 sessions at the Hitsville U.S.A. Studio.

Townsend assisted Gaye with producing the rest of the album, whose recording took place at several sessions throughout 1970 to 1973.They worked on four songs together, including the ballad “If I Should Die Tonight“, while Gaye composed most of the other songs, including those from past sessions. “Just to Keep You Satisfied” was originally recorded by several Motown groups, including The Originals and The Monitors, as a song dedicated to long-standing love.

With re-recording the song, he had re-written the arrangement and lyrics to address the demise of his volatile marriage to Anna Gordy Gaye, who happened to be the original song’s co-writer. The background vocals for the album were sung by Gaye, with the exception of “Just to Keep You Satisfied”, which were done by The Originals.[ Most of the instrumentation for the album was done by members of The Funk Brothers, including bassist James Jamerson, guitarists Robert White and Eddie Willis, and percussionist Eddie “Bongo” Brown. Gaye also contributed on piano during the session.

Let’s Get It On” features soulful, passionate vocals and multi-tracked background singing, both by Gaye.[ It has a 1950s-styled melody and begins with three wah-wah guitar notes and centers around simple chord changes, while its arrangements are centered around an eccentric rhythm pattern.

Its signature guitar line is played by session musician Don Peake. Music journalist Jon Landau dubs the song “a classic Motown single, endlessly repeatable and always enjoyable”. The song is reprised on the fourth track, “Keep Gettin’ It On“. It expands on the title track’s sensual theme with political overtones: “won’t you rather make love, children / as opposed to war, like you know you should.”

“Distant Lover” has Gaye crooning over serene instrumentation, leading to soulful screams near the end; from a heartbroken croon to an impassioned wail. The song’s lyrics chronicled the yearning its narrator feels for a lover who is “so many miles away”, as he pleads for her return and laments the emptiness he feels without her.

Music writer Donarld A. Guarisco later wrote of the song’s sound, in that “Marvin Gaye’s studio recording enhances the dreamy style of the song with stately horn and strings, tumbling drum fills that gently nudge the song along, and mellow, doo wop-styled background vocals that echo “love her, you love her” under his romantic pleas. The song later became a concert favorite for Gaye and a live concert version, featuring female fans screaming in the background, was released as a single from his Marvin Gaye Live! album in 1974.

You Sure Love to Ball” is one of Gaye’s most sexually overt and controversial singles, with its intro and outro featuring moaning sounds made by a man and woman engaged in sex. The sexual-explicit and risqué nature of the album’s content were, at the time, controversial, and the recording of such an album was deemed as a commercial risk by Motown A&R‘s (Artists and Repertoire) and label executives.

Released on August 28, 1973, Let’s Get It On surpassed Gaye’s previous studio effort, What’s Going On, as the best-selling record of his tenure with Motown. The album peaked at number two on the US Billboard Top LPs chart, succeeded by The Rolling Stones‘s Goats Head Soup (1973),while it also managed to reach number one in Cash Box for one week, as well as two weeks at the top of Record World‘s music charts.

Let’s Get It On charted for 61 weeks on the Billboard charts, and remained at the top of the Billboard Soul Albums for 11 weeks, becoming the best-selling soul album of 1973. The album’s lead single, “Let’s Get It On”, became one of Gaye’s most successful singles, as it reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on September 8, 1973.

It remained at number one for two weeks, while also remaining at the top of the Billboard Soul Singles chart for eight weeks. The single was at that time Motown’s largest-selling recording ever, selling over three million copies between 1973 and 1975. On June 25, 2007, it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipments of one million copies in the United States.

Two of the album’s singles reached the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100, including “Let’s Get It On”, which became Gaye’s second number-one US single, and the top-30 hit “Come Get to This”, which peaked at number 23 on the chart. The album’s third single, “You Sure Love to Ball“, charted at number 50 on the Hot 100 and at number 13 on the Soul Singles chart. Along with the album’s music and sexual content, Let’s Get It On‘s commercial success and promotion helped establish Marvin Gaye as a sex icon, while helping further expand his artistic control during his tenure at Motown.

This commercial success also lead to a much publicized tour for Gaye to promote Let’s Get It On and expand on his repertoire as a live performer.Successful concert performances of the album’s material helped Gaye gain an increasing popularity and fan base in the pop market, while earning him a reputation as one of the top live performers of the time.[19] His performance at the Oakland Coliseum during the 1973-1974 tour was released on the 1974 LP Live!, which would serve as Gaye’s only release during his sabbatical period in the mid-1970s.

Let’s Get It On received positive reviews from music critics. Billboard called it “fine in terms of vocal attack and material […] touches on the excellent in terms of instrumental support”, while citing the title track and “Distant Lover” as the album’s best recordings. Jon Landau of Rolling Stone found Gaye’s performance on-par with that of What’s Going On and wrote that “he continues to transmit that same degree of intensity, sending out near cosmic overtones while eloquently phrasing the sometimes simplistic lyrics”.

Although he viewed that it “lacks that album’s series of highpoints”, Landau commented that “it ebbs and flows, occasionally threatening to spend itself on an insufficiency of ideas, but always retrieved, just in time, by Gaye’s performance. From first note to last, he keeps pushing and shoving, and if he sometimes takes one step back for every two ahead, he gets there just the same — and with style and spirit to spare”. In his consumer guide for The Village Voice, Robert Christgau called the album “post-Al Green What’s Going On, which means it’s about fucking rather than the human condition, thank the wholly holey”.

He found its title track to be “as much a masterpiece as ‘Inner City Blues‘” and quipped, “this album prolongs its seductive groove to an appropriate thirty minutes plus”.

Since its initial reception, Let’s Get It On has been viewed by writers as a milestone in soul music. In The Best Rock ‘n’ Roll Records of All Time, Jimmy Guterman writes that the album was “a bit more conventional musically (soul crossing into mild funk) and much more focused lyrically than its predecessor, What’s Going On“.

Chicago Tribune writer Greg Kot commended Gaye for using “the multi-tracked vocals perfected on ‘What’s Going On‘, this time to convey his most intimate desires”, commenting that “while the album is replete with erotic imagery, both implied and explicit, it is also as much preoccupied with distance and unfulfilled need” Jason Ankeny of Allmusic called it “a record unparalleled in its sheer sensuality and carnal energy”, writing that “Gaye’s passions reach their boiling point […] With each performance laced with innuendo, each lyric a come-on, and each rhythm throbbing with lust, perhaps no other record has ever achieved the kind of sheer erotic force of Let’s Get It On“.

Ankeny also dubbed it “one of the most sexually charged albums ever recorded.”Allmusic’s Lindsey Planer cites it as a “hedonistic R&B masterpiece.” BBC Music‘s Daryl Easlea found Gaye “in supreme command of his material”, and viewed it as “much more than an album about simple lust”, but an “iconic, rapturous work”.

Much like What’s Going On, Let’s Get It On has been included in a significant amount of “best album” lists by critics and publications] It was ranked number 58 on The Times‘s 1993 publication of the 100 Best Albums of All Time.Blender magazine ranked the album number 15 on its list of the 100 Greatest American Albums of All Time.

In 2003, it was ranked number 165 on Rolling Stone‘s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time publication, his second highest entry on the list, as well as one of three Marvin Gaye albums to be included; What’s Going On (number 6) and Here, My Dear (number 462). In 2004, Let’s Get It On was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame and cited by The Recording Academy as a recording of “historical significance

Patrick Ewing:Happy Birthday!

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A Jamaican-American retired Hall of Fame basketball player.

He played most of his career with the NBA’s New York Knicks as their starting center and played briefly with the Seattle SuperSonics and Orlando Magic.
Ewing was named as the 16th greatest college player of all time by ESPN.

He won Olympic Gold Medals as a member of the 1984 and 1992 US Men’s National Basketball teams. In a 1996 poll celebrating the 50th anniversary of the NBA, Ewing was selected as one of the 50 Greatest Basketball Players of All Time.

On April 7, 2008 he was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame on September 5, 2008 along with former NBA coach Pat Riley and former Houston Rockets center Hakeem Olajuwon. His number 33 was retired by the Knicks in 2003.

Diana Ross: 30th Anniversary!

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On July 21, 1983, Ross performed a concert in Central Park for a taped Showtime special. Proceeds of the concert would be donated to build a playground in the singer’s name. Midway through… the beginning of the show, a torrential downpour occurred. Ross tried to keep on performing, but the severe weather required that the show be stopped. Ross urged the large crowd to exit the venue safely, promising to perform the next day.

 

The second concert held the very next day was without rain. The funds for the playground were to be derived from sales of different items at the concert; however, all profits earned from the first concert were spent on the second. When the mainstream media discovered the exorbitant costs of the two concerts, Ross faced criticism and poor publicity.

 

Although her representatives originally refused to pay anything for the proposed playground, Ross herself later paid, out of pocket, the $250,000 required to build the park. The Diana Ross Playground was finally built three years later. The Diana Ross Playground at 83rd and Central Park West is a beautiful assortment of wood structures and classic outdoor children’s gym obstacles making it a lovely addition to the park

Mike and Janet: Family Affair!

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Early Van Dyke: Happy Birthday!

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Michael Jackson: 270 Hits!

 

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Nearly 270 Michael Jackson Tracks Packed Into New Anthologies The Indispensable Collection and The Ultimate Fan Extras Collection, Available Now Exclusively On iTunes
Most Comprehensive Collections Ever Include Iconic Tracks, Electrifying Live Performances, Early Demos, Creative Collaborations and Innovative Remixes!

Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough

  1. Rock with You
  2. Workin’ Day and Night
  3. Get on the Floor
  4. Off the Wall
  5. Girlfriend
  6. She’s out of My Life
  7. I Can’t Help It
  8. It’s the Falling in Love
  9. Burn This Disco Out

Thriller

  1. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
  2. Baby Be Mine
  3. The Girl Is Mine (featuring Paul McCartney)
  4. Thriller
  5. Beat It
  6. Billie Jean
  7. Human Nature
  8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
  9. The Lady in My Life

Bad

  1. Bad
  2. The Way You Make Me Feel
  3. Speed Demon
  4. Liberian Girl
  5. Just Good Friends
  6. Another Part of Me
  7. Man in the Mirror
  8. I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (featuring Siedah Garrett)
  9. Dirty Diana
  10. Smooth Criminal
  11. Leave Me Alone

Dangerous

  1. Jam
  2. Why You Wanna Trip on Me
  3. In the Closet
  4. She Drives Me Wild
  5. Remember the Time
  6. Can’t Let Her Get Away
  7. Heal the World
  8. Black or White
  9. Who Is It
  10. Give in to Me
  11. Will You Be There (featuring The Cleveland Orchestra)
  12. Keep the Faith
  13. Gone Too Soon
  14. Dangerous

HIStory – Past, Present and Future Book 1

  1. Scream
  2. They Don’t Care About Us
  3. Stranger in Moscow
  4. This Time Around
  5. Earth Song
  6. D.S.
  7. Money
  8. Come Together
  9. You Are Not Alone
  10. Childhood (Theme from “Free Willy 2”)
  11. Tabloid Junkie
  12. 2 Bad
  13. History
  14. Little Susie / Pie Jesu
  15. Smile

Blood On The Dance Floor/HIStory In The Mix

  1. Blood on the Dance Floor
  2. Morphine
  3. Superfly Sister
  4. Ghost
  5. Is It Scary
  6. Scream Louder (Flyte Tyme Remix)
  7. Money (Fire Island Radio Edit)
  8. 2 Bad (Refugee Camp Mix)
  9. Stranger in Moscow (Tee’s In-House Club Mix)
  10. This Time Around (D.M. Radio Mix)
  11. Earth Song (Hani’s Extended Radio Experience)
  12. You Are Not Alone (Classic Club Mix)
  13. History (Tony Moran’s HIStory Lesson)

Invincible

  1. Unbreakable
  2. Heartbreaker
  3. Invincible
  4. Break of Dawn
  5. Heaven Can Wait
  6. You Rock My World (with intro)
  7. Butterflies
  8. Speechless
  9. 2000 Watts
  10. You Are My Life
  11. Privacy
  12. Don’t Walk Away
  13. Cry
  14. The Lost Children
  15. Whatever Happens
  16. Threatened

Live At Wembley – July 16, 1988

  1. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
  2. This Place Hotel
  3. Another Part of Me
  4. I Just Can’t Stop Loving You
  5. She’s Out of My Life
  6. I Want You Back / The Love You Save / I’ll Be There
  7. Rock with You
  8. Human Nature
  9. Smooth Criminal
  10. Dirty Diana
  11. Thriller
  12. Working Day and Night
  13. Beat It
  14. Billie Jean
  15. Bad
  16. Man in the Mirror
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The Ultimate Fan Extras Collection includes:
Off The Wall Extras

  1. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough (Original Demo From 1978)
  2. Workin’ Day And Night (Original Demo From 1978)
  3. Rock with You (Single Version)
  4. Off the Wall (Single Version)
  5. She’s Out of My Life (Single Version)

Thriller Extras

  1. Billie Jean (Home Demo From 1981)
  2. Billie Jean (Single Version)
  3. Billie Jean (Long Version)
  4. Billie Jean (Underground Mix)
  5. Beat It (Single Version)
  6. Beat It 2008 (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix Featuring Fergie)
  7. The Girl Is Mine 2008 with will.i.am (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix)
  8. P.Y.T.2008 (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix Featuring willi.i.am)
  9. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ 2008 with Akon (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix)
  10. For All Time (Previously unreleased track from the “Thriller” sessions)
  11. Got the Hots (Thriller 25th Anniversary)(and KOP Internationally)
  12. Someone in the Dark
  13. Carousel
  14. Thriller (Instrumental)

Bad Extras

  1. Don’t Be Messin’ ‘Round
  2. I’m So Blue
  3. Song Groove (A/K/A Abortion Papers)
  4. Free
  5. Price of Fame
  6. Al Capone
  7. Streetwalker
  8. Fly Away
  9. I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (with Spoken Intro)
  10. Todo Mi Amor Eres Tu (I Just Can’t Stop Loving You)(Spanish Version)
  11. Je Ne Veux Pas La Fin De Nous(I Just Can’t Stop Loving You) (French Version)
  12. Bad (Remix by Afrojack Featuring Pitbull- DJ Buddha Edit)
  13. Speed Demon (Remix by Nero)
  14. Bad (Remix by Afrojack Featuring Pitbull- DJ Buddha)

The Ultimate Collection Extras

  1. Ease on Down the Road
  2. You Can’t Win
  3. Shake a Body (Early Demo)
  4. Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)(Single Edit) (The Jacksons)
  5. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) (Demo Version)
  6. Sunset Driver (Demo)
  7. Scared of the Moon(Demo)
  8. State of Shock
  9. We Are the World (Demo)
  10. We Are Here to Change the World
  11. Cheater (Demo)
  12. Monkey Business
  13. Dangerous (Early Version)
  14. Who Is It (IHS Mix)
  15. Someone Put Your Hand Out
  16. On the Line
  17. Fall Again (Demo)
  18. In the Back
  19. Beautiful Girl (Demo)
  20. The Way You Love Me
  21. We’ve Had Enough
  22. You Rock My World (with intro)
  23. Enjoy Yourself (The Jacksons)
  24. Lovely One (The Jacksons)
  25. This Place Hotel (a/k/a Heartbreak Hotel) (The Jacksons)

This Is It Extras

  1. This Is It
  2. This Is It (Orchestra Version)
  3. She’s Out of My Life (Demo)
  4. Beat It (Demo)
  5. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Demo)
  6. Smooth Criminal (Radio Edit)
  7. Planet Earth (Poem)

Michael

  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

Immortal

  1. Workin’ Day and Night (Immortal Version)
  2. The Immortal Intro (Immortal Version)
  3. Childhood (Immortal Version)
  4. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Immortal Version)
  5. Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) (Immortal Version)
  6. Dancing Machine / Blame It on the Boogie (Immortal Version)
  7. Ben (Immortal Version)
  8. This Place Hotel (Immortal Version)
  9. Smooth Criminal (Immortal Version)
  10. Dangerous (Immortal Version)
  11. The Mime Segment:(I Like) the Way You Love Me / Speed Demon / Another Part of Me (Immortal Version)
  12. The Jackson 5 Medley (Immortal Version)
  13. Speechless/Human Nature (Immortal Version)
  14. Is It Scary/Threatened (Immortal Version)
  15. Thriller (Immortal Version)
  16. You Are Not Alone/I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (Immortal Version)
  17. Beat It / State of Shock (Immortal Version)
  18. Jam (Immortal Version)
  19. Planet Earth/Earth Song (Immortal Version)
  20. Scream/Little Susie (Immortal Version)
  21. Gone Too Soon (Immortal Version)
  22. They Don’t Care About Us (Immortal Version)
  23. Will You Be There (Immortal Version)
  24. I’ll Be There (Immortal Version)
  25. Immortal Megamix
  26. Man in the Mirror (Immortal Version)
  27. Remember the Time / Bad (Immortal Version)

Remixes, Rarities & Gems

  1. Can You Feel It (The Jacksons)
  2. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough (Live from the 1981 U.S. Tour) (The Jacksons)
  3. Don’t Stop ‘Till You Get Enough (Roger’s Underground Solution Mix)
  4. Rock with You (Frankie Knuckles Radio Mix)
  5. Rock with You (Frankie’s Favorite Club Mix)
  6. Rock with You (Masters at Work Remix)
  7. Rock with You (Live)(The Jacksons)
  8. Off the Wall (Live) (The Jacksons)
  9. She’s Out of My Life (Live) (The Jacksons)
  10. Working Day and Night (Live) (The Jacksons)
  11. Can’t Get Outta the Rain
  12. Say Say Say (featuring Paul McCartney)
  13. Beat It (Moby’s Sub Mix)
  14. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Brothers In Rhythm House Mix)
  15. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Instrumental)
  16. Thriller Megamix
  17. Bad (Dance Extended Mix includes ‘False Fade’)
  18. The Way You Make Me Feel (Dance Extended Mix)
  19. The Way You Make Me Feel (Instrumental)
  20. Man in the Mirror (Instrumental)
  21. Dirty Diana (Instrumental)
  22. Another Part of Me (Extended Dance Mix)
  23. Another Part of Me (Instrumental)
  24. Smooth Criminal (Dance Radio Edit)
  25. Smooth Criminal (Extended Dance Mix)
  26. Smooth Criminal (Instrumental)
  27. Liberian Girl (UK Edit)
  28. Black or White (The Clivilles & Cole Radio Mix)
  29. Black or White (The Clivilles & Cole House/Club Mix)
  30. Black or White (House With Guitar Radio Mix)
  31. Black or White (The Underground Club Mix)
  32. Black or White (Instrumental)
  33. Remember the Time (New Jack Radio Mix)
  34. Remember the Time (Silky Soul 7″)
  35. Remember the Time (12″ Main Mix)
  36. Remember the Time (Maurice’s Underground)
  37. Remember the Time (E-Smoove’s Late Nite Mix)
  38. In the Closet (Radio Edit)
  39. In the Closet (The Underground Mix)
  40. Jam (Silky 12″ Mix)
  41. Dangerous (Roger’s Dangerous Edit)
  42. Who Is It (Brothers in Rhythm House Mix)
  43. Will You Be There (Instrumental)
  44. Gone Too Soon (Instrumental)
  45. Scream Louder (Flyte Tyme Remix)
  46. Scream (Classic Club Mix)
  47. Earth Song (Radio Edit)
  48. Earth Song (Hani’s Extended Radio Experience)
  49. They Don’t Care About Us (Love To Infinity’s Walk In The Park Mix)
  50. Stranger in Moscow (Tee’s Radio Mix)
  51. Smile (Short Version)
  52. Is It Scary (Radio Edit)
  53. Is It Scary (Deep Dish Dark And Scary Radio Edit)
  54. Shout
  55. One More Chance
  56. One More Chance (Metro Remix)
  57. One More Chance (Paul Oakenfold Mix)
  58. One More Chance (Paul Oakenfold Urban Mix)
  59. One More Chance (Ron G Club Remix)
  60. Michael Jackson DMC Megamix

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Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough

  1. Rock with You
  2. Workin’ Day and Night
  3. Get on the Floor
  4. Off the Wall
  5. Girlfriend
  6. She’s out of My Life
  7. I Can’t Help It
  8. It’s the Falling in Love
  9. Burn This Disco Out

Thriller

  1. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
  2. Baby Be Mine
  3. The Girl Is Mine (featuring Paul McCartney)
  4. Thriller
  5. Beat It
  6. Billie Jean
  7. Human Nature
  8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
  9. The Lady in My Life

Bad

  1. Bad
  2. The Way You Make Me Feel
  3. Speed Demon
  4. Liberian Girl
  5. Just Good Friends
  6. Another Part of Me
  7. Man in the Mirror
  8. I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (featuring Siedah Garrett)
  9. Dirty Diana
  10. Smooth Criminal
  11. Leave Me Alone

Dangerous

  1. Jam
  2. Why You Wanna Trip on Me
  3. In the Closet
  4. She Drives Me Wild
  5. Remember the Time
  6. Can’t Let Her Get Away
  7. Heal the World
  8. Black or White
  9. Who Is It
  10. Give in to Me
  11. Will You Be There (featuring The Cleveland Orchestra)
  12. Keep the Faith
  13. Gone Too Soon
  14. Dangerous

HIStory – Past, Present and Future Book 1

  1. Scream
  2. They Don’t Care About Us
  3. Stranger in Moscow
  4. This Time Around
  5. Earth Song
  6. D.S.
  7. Money
  8. Come Together
  9. You Are Not Alone
  10. Childhood (Theme from “Free Willy 2”)
  11. Tabloid Junkie
  12. 2 Bad
  13. History
  14. Little Susie / Pie Jesu
  15. Smile

Blood On The Dance Floor/HIStory In The Mix

  1. Blood on the Dance Floor
  2. Morphine
  3. Superfly Sister
  4. Ghost
  5. Is It Scary
  6. Scream Louder (Flyte Tyme Remix)
  7. Money (Fire Island Radio Edit)
  8. 2 Bad (Refugee Camp Mix)
  9. Stranger in Moscow (Tee’s In-House Club Mix)
  10. This Time Around (D.M. Radio Mix)
  11. Earth Song (Hani’s Extended Radio Experience)
  12. You Are Not Alone (Classic Club Mix)
  13. History (Tony Moran’s HIStory Lesson)

Invincible

  1. Unbreakable
  2. Heartbreaker
  3. Invincible
  4. Break of Dawn
  5. Heaven Can Wait
  6. You Rock My World (with intro)
  7. Butterflies
  8. Speechless
  9. 2000 Watts
  10. You Are My Life
  11. Privacy
  12. Don’t Walk Away
  13. Cry
  14. The Lost Children
  15. Whatever Happens
  16. Threatened

Live At Wembley – July 16, 1988

  1. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
  2. This Place Hotel
  3. Another Part of Me
  4. I Just Can’t Stop Loving You
  5. She’s Out of My Life
  6. I Want You Back / The Love You Save / I’ll Be There
  7. Rock with You
  8. Human Nature
  9. Smooth Criminal
  10. Dirty Diana
  11. Thriller
  12. Working Day and Night
  13. Beat It
  14. Billie Jean
  15. Bad
  16. Man in the Mirror
    * * * * *

The Ultimate Fan Extras Collection includes:
Off The Wall Extras

  1. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough (Original Demo From 1978)
  2. Workin’ Day And Night (Original Demo From 1978)
  3. Rock with You (Single Version)
  4. Off the Wall (Single Version)
  5. She’s Out of My Life (Single Version)

Thriller Extras

  1. Billie Jean (Home Demo From 1981)
  2. Billie Jean (Single Version)
  3. Billie Jean (Long Version)
  4. Billie Jean (Underground Mix)
  5. Beat It (Single Version)
  6. Beat It 2008 (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix Featuring Fergie)
  7. The Girl Is Mine 2008 with will.i.am (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix)
  8. P.Y.T.2008 (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix Featuring willi.i.am)
  9. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ 2008 with Akon (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix)
  10. For All Time (Previously unreleased track from the “Thriller” sessions)
  11. Got the Hots (Thriller 25th Anniversary)(and KOP Internationally)
  12. Someone in the Dark
  13. Carousel
  14. Thriller (Instrumental)

Bad Extras

  1. Don’t Be Messin’ ‘Round
  2. I’m So Blue
  3. Song Groove (A/K/A Abortion Papers)
  4. Free
  5. Price of Fame
  6. Al Capone
  7. Streetwalker
  8. Fly Away
  9. I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (with Spoken Intro)
  10. Todo Mi Amor Eres Tu (I Just Can’t Stop Loving You)(Spanish Version)
  11. Je Ne Veux Pas La Fin De Nous(I Just Can’t Stop Loving You) (French Version)
  12. Bad (Remix by Afrojack Featuring Pitbull- DJ Buddha Edit)
  13. Speed Demon (Remix by Nero)
  14. Bad (Remix by Afrojack Featuring Pitbull- DJ Buddha)

The Ultimate Collection Extras

  1. Ease on Down the Road
  2. You Can’t Win
  3. Shake a Body (Early Demo)
  4. Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)(Single Edit) (The Jacksons)
  5. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) (Demo Version)
  6. Sunset Driver (Demo)
  7. Scared of the Moon(Demo)
  8. State of Shock
  9. We Are the World (Demo)
  10. We Are Here to Change the World
  11. Cheater (Demo)
  12. Monkey Business
  13. Dangerous (Early Version)
  14. Who Is It (IHS Mix)
  15. Someone Put Your Hand Out
  16. On the Line
  17. Fall Again (Demo)
  18. In the Back
  19. Beautiful Girl (Demo)
  20. The Way You Love Me
  21. We’ve Had Enough
  22. You Rock My World (with intro)
  23. Enjoy Yourself (The Jacksons)
  24. Lovely One (The Jacksons)
  25. This Place Hotel (a/k/a Heartbreak Hotel) (The Jacksons)

This Is It Extras

  1. This Is It
  2. This Is It (Orchestra Version)
  3. She’s Out of My Life (Demo)
  4. Beat It (Demo)
  5. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Demo)
  6. Smooth Criminal (Radio Edit)
  7. Planet Earth (Poem)

Michael

  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

Immortal

  1. Workin’ Day and Night (Immortal Version)
  2. The Immortal Intro (Immortal Version)
  3. Childhood (Immortal Version)
  4. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Immortal Version)
  5. Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) (Immortal Version)
  6. Dancing Machine / Blame It on the Boogie (Immortal Version)
  7. Ben (Immortal Version)
  8. This Place Hotel (Immortal Version)
  9. Smooth Criminal (Immortal Version)
  10. Dangerous (Immortal Version)
  11. The Mime Segment:(I Like) the Way You Love Me / Speed Demon / Another Part of Me (Immortal Version)
  12. The Jackson 5 Medley (Immortal Version)
  13. Speechless/Human Nature (Immortal Version)
  14. Is It Scary/Threatened (Immortal Version)
  15. Thriller (Immortal Version)
  16. You Are Not Alone/I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (Immortal Version)
  17. Beat It / State of Shock (Immortal Version)
  18. Jam (Immortal Version)
  19. Planet Earth/Earth Song (Immortal Version)
  20. Scream/Little Susie (Immortal Version)
  21. Gone Too Soon (Immortal Version)
  22. They Don’t Care About Us (Immortal Version)
  23. Will You Be There (Immortal Version)
  24. I’ll Be There (Immortal Version)
  25. Immortal Megamix
  26. Man in the Mirror (Immortal Version)
  27. Remember the Time / Bad (Immortal Version)

Remixes, Rarities & Gems

  1. Can You Feel It (The Jacksons)
  2. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough (Live from the 1981 U.S. Tour) (The Jacksons)
  3. Don’t Stop ‘Till You Get Enough (Roger’s Underground Solution Mix)
  4. Rock with You (Frankie Knuckles Radio Mix)
  5. Rock with You (Frankie’s Favorite Club Mix)
  6. Rock with You (Masters at Work Remix)
  7. Rock with You (Live)(The Jacksons)
  8. Off the Wall (Live) (The Jacksons)
  9. She’s Out of My Life (Live) (The Jacksons)
  10. Working Day and Night (Live) (The Jacksons)
  11. Can’t Get Outta the Rain
  12. Say Say Say (featuring Paul McCartney)
  13. Beat It (Moby’s Sub Mix)
  14. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Brothers In Rhythm House Mix)
  15. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ (Instrumental)
  16. Thriller Megamix
  17. Bad (Dance Extended Mix includes ‘False Fade’)
  18. The Way You Make Me Feel (Dance Extended Mix)
  19. The Way You Make Me Feel (Instrumental)
  20. Man in the Mirror (Instrumental)
  21. Dirty Diana (Instrumental)
  22. Another Part of Me (Extended Dance Mix)
  23. Another Part of Me (Instrumental)
  24. Smooth Criminal (Dance Radio Edit)
  25. Smooth Criminal (Extended Dance Mix)
  26. Smooth Criminal (Instrumental)
  27. Liberian Girl (UK Edit)
  28. Black or White (The Clivilles & Cole Radio Mix)
  29. Black or White (The Clivilles & Cole House/Club Mix)
  30. Black or White (House With Guitar Radio Mix)
  31. Black or White (The Underground Club Mix)
  32. Black or White (Instrumental)
  33. Remember the Time (New Jack Radio Mix)
  34. Remember the Time (Silky Soul 7″)
  35. Remember the Time (12″ Main Mix)
  36. Remember the Time (Maurice’s Underground)
  37. Remember the Time (E-Smoove’s Late Nite Mix)
  38. In the Closet (Radio Edit)
  39. In the Closet (The Underground Mix)
  40. Jam (Silky 12″ Mix)
  41. Dangerous (Roger’s Dangerous Edit)
  42. Who Is It (Brothers in Rhythm House Mix)
  43. Will You Be There (Instrumental)
  44. Gone Too Soon (Instrumental)
  45. Scream Louder (Flyte Tyme Remix)
  46. Scream (Classic Club Mix)
  47. Earth Song (Radio Edit)
  48. Earth Song (Hani’s Extended Radio Experience)
  49. They Don’t Care About Us (Love To Infinity’s Walk In The Park Mix)
  50. Stranger in Moscow (Tee’s Radio Mix)
  51. Smile (Short Version)
  52. Is It Scary (Radio Edit)
  53. Is It Scary (Deep Dish Dark And Scary Radio Edit)
  54. Shout
  55. One More Chance
  56. One More Chance (Metro Remix)
  57. One More Chance (Paul Oakenfold Mix)
  58. One More Chance (Paul Oakenfold Urban Mix)
  59. One More Chance (Ron G Club Remix)
  60. Michael Jackson DMC Megamix

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