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Michael Jackson
Tracklisting:
1. Billie Jean
2. Way you make me feel
3. Black or white
4. Rock with you
5. She's out of my life
6. Bad
7. I just can't stop loving you
8. Man in the mirror
9. Thriller
10. Beat it
11. Girl is mine
12. Remember the time
13. Don't stop till you get enough
14. Wanna be startin' somethin'
15. Heal the world
16. Scream
17. They don't care about us
18. Stranger in Moscow
19. This time around
20. Earth song
21. DS
22. Money
23. Come together
24. You are not alone
25. Childhood
26. Tabloid junkie
27. 2 Bad
28. History
29. Little Susie
30. Smile

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“The first half of the album is a reasonable...”

Written on: 29/06/2010 by timberland890 (5 reviews written)

The first half of the album is a reasonable compilation of Jackson's previous hits although some will wonder why there are some crucial hits missing. The second half is a batch of new songs which prove that there was still some fire left. If you can swallow the gratuitous self pity and self indulgence of some of the lyrics (this was the first album after the child abuse allegations) there are still some cracking tracks from the thumping 'They Don't Care About Us' to the soaring 'Earth Song' and… Read Full Review

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