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Pure pop, pure quality and as fresh as ever.,
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You can say what you like about Wacko Jacko, but it would be churlish to even pretend that this guy was not hugely important in pop history. With the recent chart success of Alien Ant Farm's cover of Smooth Criminal, I would guess that quite a few of todays teens and sub-teens are going to be turning their attention to Jackson as for the first time. They won't be disappointed. The sheer quality of this album remains as startling now as it was on release - the songs, the musicians, the production, it's all there. More than that, listening today makes you realise just how much of a pioneer Jackson was in his heyday. It's fresh, it's fun, you can't help dancing and it reminds you that there was a time when pop was not interchangeable with pap.
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Initial post: 9 Apr 2009 14:50:22 BDT
G. L. Payne says:
im a big michael jackson fan my self and love all his albums
In reply to an earlier post on 18 Mar 2010 20:06:18 GMT
Jacob Job Schot says:
Hes not Wacko and his name is not jacko Its Michael Jackson and he was misunderstood. I dont know what you heard but you should look behind what the media has to say about him if you want the truth..
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