Greatest Hits: HISTORY;Volume 1 CD
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Michael Jackson's Greatest Hits Vol 1 is in fact the first disc from his previous greatest-hits collection, HIStory: Past Present & Future, which was half compilation, half new material. Despite missing a few okay songs that were included on the latter half of HIStory, none of the newer songs came anywhere near the magic of Off the Wall, Thriller, Bad or (to a lesser extent) Dangerous from which this album is made up. Starting off with the legendary groove of "Billie Jean", Michael shows exactly how he earned his reputation as the "King of Pop" for there are no album fillers on this 15-track CD. What's more, there are so many not included, as there simply isn't room to condense his very best work onto one single album. Guests include Sir Paul McCartney ("The Girl is Mine"), rock hero Eddie Van Halen ("Beat It") and top producers Quincy Jones and Teddy Riley--great songs, great performers, great moments in pop history when Michael Jackson truly was Invincible.--David Trueman
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Featuring furious dance-pop ('Billie Jean', 'Bad' and 'Wanna Be Startin Something'), sweet balladry ('I Just Can't Stop Loving You' and 'She's Out of My Life'), disco-pop ('Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough' and 'Rock With You'), r'n'b ('Remember The Time'), upbeat pop ('The Way You Make Me Feel'), guitar-heavy numbers ('Black or White' and 'Beat It'), socially-conscious songs ('Heal the World' and the wonderful 'Man in the Mirror'), and, of course, the epic 'Thriller'.
I give it 5 stars, yet it still misses out so many classic Jacko tracks ('Smooth Criminal', 'Another Part of Me', 'Human Nature', 'Give in to Me' etc.).
A truly one-in-a-million artist.
However if the only songs of michaels are the ones on this album that you like then buy this. but value for money history is better