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  • Audio CD (21 May 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Cmg
  • ASIN: B000024FRF
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,165 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. THANK YOU (FALLETIN ME BE MICE ELF AGAIN)
2. Blood On The Dance Floor
3. Morphine
4. Superfly Sister
5. Ghost
6. Is It Scary
7. Scream Louder
8. Money
9. 2 Bad
10. Stranger In Moscow
11. This Time Around
12. Earth Song
13. You Are Not Alone
14. History

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Classic From The King Of Pop

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Containing eight remixed tracks from Jackson's 1995 HIStory, as well as five new compositions, Blood On The Dancefloor tastefully mixes old sounds with new. The new songs which open the album are led by the thrash-pop title track, which is reminiscent of many of the creations on Dangerous. "Morphine" is a dark and emotive track, while "Ghosts" and "Is It Scary" are autobiographical accounts of fatherhood and the problems of privacy which followed the birth of his baby. The disco remix of "Stranger In Moscow", meanwhile, is an excellent up-tempo remodelling of the original track. --John Galilee

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By superficialparadise@hotmail.com on 1 July 2000
Format: Audio CD
This CD crept out from the shadows without an accompanying statue, magnificent tour or half-hour multi-million dollar promotional video. Instead, Blood On The Dance Floor is an interesting collection of eight remixes of his HIStory collection and five brand new songs. The remixes are, as remixes tend to be, danceable pop. But the new tracks are really something else. They offer a glimpse into the tortured and scared mind of the world's most famous man. The title track, like Jackson's greatest work (Billie Jean, Who Is It), is a hip R'n'B workout that sees woman as predator once again, also offering a metaphor to the dangers of HIV. Morphine is a suprising dark and gothic industrial rock study of drug abuse that got the star in the mid-Nineties, whilst Superfly Sister further states Jackson's fear of sex in a style that salutes once rival, Prince. Ghosts is an attack against his enemies, largely the British press and Is It Scary is perhaps the enigmatic star's most interesting work since They Don't Care About Us. It is a heartfelt plea from behind the stage with lyrics that are guarunteed to raise those hairs at the back of your neck. This won't sell much but that's not its intention. It came without the blockbuster hype of his previous albums but with a alarming talent that reminds us why we made such a fuss over this guy in the first place. Its real success lies in Jackson's musical growth that should secure his position on his throne as the King of Pop.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Jun 2001
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This is the best Michael Jackson album I have heard since 'Thriller'. The remixes are awesome. I have the Todd Terry remixes of 'Stranger In Moscow' at home and a really cool Deep Dish rerub of 'Is It Scary?' on vinyl. While some of the remixes are unneccessary, one or two would definitely be played again, the Frankie Knuckles mix of 'You Are Not Alone' being one of them. An excellent remix package and a great album. Well done!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 July 2001
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This really isnt an album,but just remixes of songs from history,including 5 brand new tracks: *Blood on the dance floor-The openning track has a great 80 disco vibe,and a great dance video to go with it. *Morphine-This is an incredibly strong and emotional up tempo song.He screams the vocals in his wild temper just to prove his feelings on the subject. *Superflysister-This is really going back to mikes "off the wall2 days,as this song is very soulful and rnb,its very catchy too.
*Ghosts-This is my fav new track,it starts off very quiet and slowly builds up into this fantastic dance tune,i luv it,very jazzy and smooth. Well i would go on,but i cant be bothered,the best tracks ive ever heard!!!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Coyle on 14 Mar 2007
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This album and the eponymous single shot striaght to number One in the UK chart yet was less successful in the US. Even though this is a strange hybrid of an album - a split between new songs and dance remixes - it's probably one of my favourites, if not THE favourite. It bursts with Michael's anger and vitriol yet his voice is just amazing. The two tracks Ghosts and Is it Scary? are, I believe, the best things he's ever done. The lyrics to the latter are heartfelt.
To me it's on this album that you really get an inkling of how Michael Jackson really feels. It's as if he's not acting a role any more. And check out the powerful remixes of This Time Around, Scream amd 2Bad - they're beter than the originals on HIStory. You Are Not alone is given a bright and breezy treatment while the cries of "We're talking danger, baby!" on Stranger in Moscow, fair belt out on this remix.
Powerful stuff that's also incredibly energising. Pulsating. Recommended.
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This album is ideal for anyone of all ages who just want to enjoy a superb collection of pop hits by the undisputed King of Pop. When it comes down to it, although his private life might grab the headlines more these days, Michael Jackson is an all time legend because of his music and this album is ideal to listen to all his great songs at once. It would be impossible to fit all of Jacko's hits onto one album but this selection is probably the best of the best- with a mixture of his earlier and later work. From the rockin' 'Dont stop till you get enough', through to the huge hits of 'Billie Jean' and 'Bad' right up to his more later work of 'Earth Song.' Included is 'you rock my world' which announced Michael's return to the pop scene with a tune that was reminiscent of his work throughout the 80's and 90's and reminded the pop world that he wasn't through yet. Not only that but his new song is included which makes this album even better and assures his legion of fans that his music isn't dead.

For anyone whose even mildly interested in Michael Jackson, or people who just want an album full of songs that are time-less, original and truely amazing- this album is for you! It's a perfect gift as well, the only danger with this album is it mgiht get worn out through listening to it so much! If you are debating over what album to get this christmas- get this one, you will not be dissappointed! Just goes to show that Michael isn't about to hand over his crown just yet, thankfully!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Nov 2000
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This album has to be seen in two halves. The first five tracks are the only new ones on the album, the rest are remixes from his previous album, HIStory. And there's the problem. I don't like remixes at all. They just make me want to listen to the originals, which are always far superior. Of the new songs, the title track is stunning. Classic MJ, it is as tune-driven as anything from the Bad album. Morphine is closer in tone to HIStory.... Superfly Sister doesn't sound like MJ at all, and makes a refreshing change. Ghosts and Is It Scary are both funky and have to be listened to as loud as possible to be appreciated - if the floorboards aren't rattling you're not listening right!
If this was a five-song EP it would get five stars; if it was an eight-track remix album it wouldn't be to my taste but it would have more focus. As it is, the first five songs are great and a nice taster in the never-ending wait for the next full album. Buy it for the new songs, then switch it off!
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