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Michael Jackson - Bad 25 album

Michael Jackson - Bad 25 album
Performer: Michael Jackson
Title: Bad 25
Released: 2012
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Ballad, Disco
Genre: Electro / Pop
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 451
MP3 size: 1634 mb
FLAC size: 1143 mb

Michael Jackson set out to do the impossible with Bad: try to outdo Thriller, his classic 1982 LP. While Thriller still outsold Bad, unlike Thriller, the latter had five consecutive singles, which had never been done before until recently; Katy Perry tied the record.

Michael Jackson ‎– Bad 25. Label: Epic ‎– 88725401051. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Picture Disc.

Michael Jackson - Bad 25 Track listing CD 1: Original Album No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. " Bad " Michael Jackson. 1988) Michael Jackson Moonwalker (BluRay RiP, 1080p, DTS, x264). Michael Jackson - Bad Tour May 23, 1988 Rome, Italy {Full TOUR DVD} Michael Jackson - Vision (2010 NTSC DVD9 (iso)). Michael Jackson - Vision (2010 NTSC DVD9 (iso))

Michael Jackson's "Bad" returns this September with new music and never-before-seen concert video in the first re-release of a full album from the King of Pop's catalog since he died in 2009, Jackson's record company and estate said on Monday. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado. The Bad 25 deluxe package, released on September 18, commemorates the 25th anniversary of the original, Grammy-winning album with hits like The Way You Make Me Feel, and it will include demos and songs that didn’t make the final cut of the original version. The new songs were recorded in Jackson’s studio while he was making the album, and the package also offers a DVD of Jackson’s performance for Britain’s Prince Charles, Lady Diana and 72,000 fans at London’s Wembley Stadium in 1988.

Release Date August 31, 1987. Interpolated By. Even Worse - Album Art by "Weird Al" Yankovic. 1. Bad. 2. The Way You Make Me Feel. 5. Just Good Friends. 6. Another Part of Me.

Michael Jackson, whose album 'Bad' celebrates 25 years this August, on stage in 1987. On Aug. 31, 1987, almost exactly 25 years ago, Michael Jackson released the album Bad. It had been five years since Thriller, the album that had arguably established the well-known pop star as a visionary-and that would go on to set the record for the most copies sold of a single album. In honor of the seminal album’s anniversary, TIME spoke (in separate interviews, with the exception of Phillinganes and Forger) to people who were there and people living out the album’s legacy: Greg Phillinganes, a musician who worked on the record and music-directed the Bad tour.

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