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For such a boldly titled and apparently driven attempt to reinstate Michael Jackson at the centre of the pop world, Invincible is a listless thing. Split between scratchy funk workouts and mid-tempo ballads that might have appeared as Bad B-sides, the album plays on and on while never seriously promoting dancing or romancing. Its handful of weird moments--the resurrection-by-tape of Biggie Smalls on the bridge of the title track, for instance--are hardly large-scale bizarre like the first disc of HIStory. The title track turns out to be hardly the rampant ego-fest you'd imagine; instead, its subject is a female whom Jackson cheers on. Likewise, the most ear-catching moments of the "comeback" single "You Rock My World" come with Chris Tucker's jivey introduction. Despite a debt to "Payback"-era James Brown, "Rock" floats away like steam midway through. It's almost a relief when the old self-regard turns up: on the growling "Privacy", Jackson rants about muckrakers "stalking" him in search of "the stories you need to bury me", all this long after foundering divas and troubled boy-group members have replaced him on tabloid covers. The man may occasionally break away from the mirror, but he seems unsure about where else to find inspiration. --Rickey WrightSee all Product Description
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Invincible marks an entrance to new territory for MJ. Sure there are the classic "get back at the tabloids tracks" ("Privacy") and the "children tracks" ("lost children"), and these may be used as amunition by those who wish to challenge his position as an innovator. But surely these are private tracks, not saleable ones, they are a means to express feelings in the only way MJ knows how - by song.Read more ›
Whilst Michael Jackson will always be primarily focused on earth shaking, hard edged beats, he manages to bring himself in-line with the likes of N'sync and the Backstreet Boys (like "Diry Pop" and "Larger than Life") with the track "2000 Watts". 2000 Watts is definitely one to play full blast! Just don't upset the neighbours too much! It has a catchy hard bass that will play on your mind all day.
Tracks "Privacy" and "Threatened" seem to be genuine commentaries on the way he percieves the media, and the way it percieves him. Again, these are thumping tunes that need some volume to be fully appreciated.
For those who long to hear Michael's harmonies and tone (aka Thriller and Off the Wall especially) then "Butterflies" will have you thinking he hasnt aged a single day since he put out "She's Out of My Life" all those years ago.
The album is definitely varied providing the younger audience with catchy rythm to dance to and the more mature audience with nostalgic extensions on some of this classics.
Don't take my word for it, don't take the so called experts words for it... buy the album and let yourself be the judge. His relationship with the media means you will never see an unbiased review of his work in the popular press. Let yourself decide.
the first three tracks (unbreakable, heartbreaker and invincible) have a very techno sound, although decent tracks they have very little flow to catch. michaels voice does excell and the sound, although similar to past efforts remains experimental.
this album has some of the greatest and most unique ballads i have ever heard by any artist. butterflies and heaven can wait, have both fresh and captivating concepts and dont walk away you are my life and speechless have some beautiful hooks that gel perfectly with michaels voice.
dont walk away actually has a country sound to it.
whatever happens is a landmark song, a collab with carlos santana, its a song about a unamed tradgedy and i feel is the strongest track on the album.
where this album fails is the songs cry, privacy and the lost children, although his voice is great in all of those songs,. i feel it is a step backwards apon anyones standards.
i feel that this album is one of the best of the past years by any one, although i can understand the standard mj has set himself.
if you are expecting thriller, maybe turn away and live in the 80s.
if you want something fresh that stands amoung the greatest r&b albums of the new millenium definately purchase the album.
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Invincible was the last album of original to be released in the iconic entertainer's lifetime. Whilst it may not get the praise as some of his iconic albums, this album does have a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andy Norton
I bought this product for the wife as she is a fan of Michael Jackson and she is highly delighted thanks very much !Published 4 months ago by David McDonald
The CD wasn't precinted and the case is broken n the frontPublished 5 months ago by Jose Andres Porcel Cruz
thank you i played this album so much i think i wore it out perfect and superfast delivery
would highly recommend