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VHS CONCERTS/ VHS VIDEOS & MORE

IF YOUR A MICHAEL JACKSON & J5 FANATIC YO CAME TO THE RIGHT PLACE!!
I HAVE ALL KINDS OF CONCERTS FROM OLD TO NEW.JUST TO NAME A FEW:
1987 BAD CONCERT IN JAPAN $20
THE DIANA ROSS SPECIAL $20
THE GOING BACK TO INDIANA CONCERT $20
THE 1975 MOVING VIOLATION CONCERT IN MEXICO $20
THE DESTINY CONCERT @ RAINBOW $20
THE 1992 INTERVIEW WITH OPRAH $20
THE INTERVIEW WITH DIANE SAYWER $20 THE 20/20 INTERVIEW THE DANGEROUS CONCERT IN BUCHARESTI $20
THE HISTORY CONCERT IN KOREA 1997 $20
THE HISTORY CONCERT IN AUCHLAND 1997 $20
THE LEGEND CONTINUE $12 SHIPPED 1989
THE MOONWALKER $12 SHIPPED
THE DANGEROUS SHORT FILMS VIDEO'S $12SHIPPED
THE HISTORY GREATEST VIDEOS $12 SHIPPED
OR YOU CAN GET THE TWO TAPES ABOVE COMBINED ON ONE TAPE FOR $15
THE 1984 VICTORY CONCERT $15
THE 1999 MICHAEL JACKSON & FRIENDS $20.00
MOTOWN 25 FEAT:THE JACKSONS THEY PREFORM 3 SONGS THE MICHAEL SINGS BILLIE JEAN $20
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NEWS ABOUT MICHAEL JACKSONS NEW ALBUM





































%Michael Jackson Striving For Perfect
Comeback Disc, Producer Says
Pop king's first all-original album since 1992 expected by end of year.
Michael Jackson, whose 1982 blockbuster Thriller is one of the best-selling albums of all time, is trying to come
back from a long absence with an album that will evoke the lean, danceable pop-
R&B of his prime, according to producers who've worked on the project."We think we've
got the next Thriller," former Jodeci member DeVante said. DeVante worked on
several possible tracks for the new disc with Jackson.Producer Rodney Jerkins, who's
been working on the album for more than two years, said the pop icon is
painstakingly assembling the project. "It's a big process when you're striving for
perfection, trying to make the best record in the world," he said. "It's not one, two,
three with Michael."
Jackson has compiled a huge collection of possible tracks for the LP, according to DeVante
(born Donald DeGrate). "He has, like, 10,000 songs," he said.The finished
product will be released before the end of the year, Jerkins said. "If you love
[1979's] Off the Wall, if you love Thriller, you'll love this one," he said. "I'm just
trying to take it back to where it was."After Off the Wall established the former child
star as a major solo artist, with the #1 singles "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough"
(RealAudio excerpt) and "Rock With You," Thriller turned him into the world's
pre-eminent pop star. It spawned seven top-10 singles, including "Billie Jean" ,
and throughout the past two decades has sold 25 million copies in the U.S., making it the second-best-selling album ever ?? behind the Eagles' Their Greatest Hits 1971??1975,
which recently was certified 26 times platinum.Jerkins, 22, who wrote and
produced Brandy and Monica's hit duet "The Boy Is Mine" and has worked with
Whitney Houston and Toni Braxton, said he was impressed by Jackson's skill in the
studio, calling the singer "a genius.""He's really everything I thought ... he's on a
whole 'nother level than everyone else," Jerkins said. "Most people I work with, I gotta
give a lot of direction to. But he's the only one who knows exactly what needs to
be done. When I'm thinking about something, he'll do it before I can spit it
out."Jackson's publicist and his production company did not return calls for comment on the
album.In recent years, controversies surrounding Jackson's personal life and career
often have overshadowed his music. He has not released a full-length album of
new music since 1992's Dangerous, which featured the hit "Black or White" (RealAudio
excerpt). In 1994, the singer reached a $20 million out-of-court settlement
with a young boy who alleged that Jackson molested him, though the singer
has continued to maintain his innocence.The next year, Jackson was accused of
anti-Semitism after he used the lines "Jew me, sue me" and "Kick me, kike me," in
"They Don't Care About Us" a then-new song recorded for his compilation album
HIStory. He apologized and re-recorded the track without the offending
words.Record retailers said despite Jackson's troubles, his next album could be a major hit."His
fans still like him despite all that," said Jennifer Sitgo, a buyer at a Las Vegas
Tower Records. "His catalog still sells really well."Retailers expressed doubt that
Jackson could return to the heights of mega-stardom he enjoyed in the '80s,
however. "It would do OK, but it wouldn't sell like he used to," Kobi Raskin, rock
buyer for a Denver Tower Records, said.Jackson began his career as a child
prodigy on Motown Records with the Jackson 5, singing lead on such classic hits as "I Want You
Back" (). Though Jackson released solo albums early on, his solo career began in
earnest with the disco-influenced Off the Wall.
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