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Michael Jackson - Invincible (2001)
Michael Jackson
EPC 495174 2


Michael Jackson - Off The Wall / Thriller (2004)
Michael Jackson
Off The Wall / Thriller
SMM 5175549
Other - 25 Jaar Pop Muziek 1983 (1988)
Various Artists
25 Jaar Pop Muziek 1983
LSP 980321 2


Michael Jackson - Forever, Michael Tracklist:
01. We're Almost There
02. Take Me Back
03. One Day In Your Life
04. Cinderella Stay Awhile
05. We've Got Forever
06. Just A Little Bit Of You
07. You Are There
08. Dapper-Dan
09. Dear Michael
10. I'll Come Home To You

Forever, Michael was the fourth album in American pop and R&B singer Michael Jackson's solo career and was Jackson's final contractural studio album as a soloist in Motown Records. Released in January 1975, Jackson was now sixteen years old and in full tenor at this point in his career.

Around this time, The Jackson 5 had experienced a rebirth as one of the pioneering disco/funk groups, due to the success of their 1974 single "Dancing Machine". That song saw the next-to-youngest Jackson showcasing his skills bringing in a new dance move called "The Robot". As Michael's dance led to a cultural revolution, he was still under the throes of Motown having songs written for him. There was also a delay for this album originally thought to be recorded in mid 1974 was pushed back because of the success of the Jackson Five's hit "Dancing Machine". The mood in Forever, Michael is musically different from that of Music and Me, and featured the songs "Just a Little Bit of You", Jackson's biggest solo hit in three years, "We're Almost There", "I'll Come Home to You" and the memorable ballad "One Day in Your Life".

Though it peaked at #101 on Billboard's Pop Albums Chart, it was more successful than Music and Me and considered to be one of his defining moments as a Motown solo artist.

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