Bad 25th Anniversary 2012 Calendar
us Bad Era babies are gettin' old, quarter century!
i had no plans of buying calendars of any kind since i don't like having stuff on my walls. i was picking up gifts for friends when the friend i was shopping with ran up to me while i was checking out with this MJ calendar in her hands, insisting it's perfect for me . the pictures are nice and i loveee Bad era. if you can get your hands on it now, it'll probably be like half price too. at the moment, i just have it propped up in my closet. major dates are labeled in the calendar of course like MLK Jr's Birthday, Chinese New Year etc. as well MJ's tour dates, release of singles, and air dates of his music videos!
01. Workin' Day And Night (Immortal Version) (3:37)
02. The Immortal Intro (Immortal Version) (3:0cool1.gif
03. Childhood (Immortal Version) (4:36)
04. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (Immortal Version) (3:0cool1.gif
05. Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) (Immortal Version) (2:2cool1.gif
06. Dancing Machine / Blame It On The Boogie (Immortal Version) (4:05)
07. Ben (Immortal Version) (3:44)
08. This Place Hotel (Immortal Version) (2:09)
09. Smooth Criminal (Immortal Version) (2:00)
10. Dangerous (Immortal Version) (2:42)
11. The Mime Segment (I Like) The Way You Love Me / Spped Demon / Another Part Of Me (Immortal Version) (2:52)
12. The Jackson 5 Medley (Immortal Version) (3:46)
13. Speechless / Human Nature (Immortal Version) (3:20)
14. Is It Scary / Threatened (Immortal Version) (5:04)
15. Thriller (Immortal Version) (3:3cool1.gif
01. You Are Not Alone / I Just Can't Stop Loving You (Immortal Version) (6:09)
02. Beat It / State Of Shock (Immortal Version) (3:09)
03. Jam (Immortal Version) (2:3cool1.gif
04. Planet Earth / Earth Song (Immortal Version) (4:01)
05. Scream / Little Susie (Immortal Version) (4:45)
06. Gone Too Soon (Immortal Version) (3:24)
07. They Don't Care About Us (Immortal Version) (3:37)
08. Will You Be There (Immortal Version) (4:56)
09. I'll Be There (Immortal Version) (1:50)
10. Immortal Megamix (Immortal Version) (9:09)
11. Man In The Mirror (Immortal Version) (4:15)
12. Remember The Time / Bad (Immortal Version) (4:40)
10 Classic Albums Released 10 Years After A Band's Career
Michael Jackson "Off The Wall" (1979)
Another slight fudge. MJ didn’t release his first single as a solo artist until 1971 (“Got To Be There,” awesome song). But in 1969, an 11-year-old Jackson whooped his way into worldwide consciousness as the main voice on “I Want You Back,” the Jackson 5′s too-classic-for-words debut single. 10 years later, a still-childlike Jackson linked up with jazz-pop genius Quincy Jones and found ways to internalize and explore the disco and funk beats that were running the world at the time. The music on Off The Wall is pure liquid joy, and Jackson navigated it with an awestruck innocence that still sounds heartbreaking. He might’ve already been one of the greatest dancers on planet Earth, but he still comes off as a kid just figuring out how his body works. And if you can’t throw on “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” and set your party aflame, then your party sucks.
Michael Jackson Sells Over 1 Billion Albums Worldwide
Heís breaking records even from the grave.
Yes, despite passing away now three years ago, Pop deity Michael Jackson is continuing to extend his lead as the most groundbreaking creative act of all time.
For, as of this year, he has has exceeded worldwide sales of 1 billion copies.
According to the Michael Jackson Estate, the icon- who scored a whopping 13 #1 singles and 17 Grammys- to name just two of his achievements- has shifted over 1 billion albums across the globe since his solo debut in 1972.
Calculated by combining the sales sales of the iconís oft celebrated back catalog of music, the news is expected to be confirmed by Sony Music in coming weeks following Jacksonís immortalization at Graumanís Chinese Theater on January 26th, in celebration of his impact on Pop culture.
Source : thatgrapejuice.net, bolding by filmfreakfranco on OhNoTheyDidnt