Michael Jackson's estate to release two huge compilation albums on iTunes

Two massive collections featuring 270 tracks in total will be made available online

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The estate of Michael Jackson will release two huge new compilation albums via iTunes.

As many as 270 tracks featuring full albums, demos, extras and live performances will be available in two separate collections. As MTV reports, the first one, 'The Indispensable Collection' (priced at $69.99, which is around £45) features all of Jackson's solo albums ('Wall', 'Thriller', 'Bad', 'Dangerous', 'HIStory - Past, Present and Future Book 1', the 'Blood on the Dancefloor' remix compilation and 'Invincible'), which have been mastered for iTunes, as well as the 16-track 1988 'Live at Wembley' collection.

The second one, 'The Ultimate Fan Extras Collection' is priced at $79.99 (around £52) features 162 tracks pulled in from all previously released Jackson reissues, plus demos, rarities and alternate versions of songs. This includes both the French and Spanish versions of 'I Just Can't Stop Loving You', and Afrojack remixes of 'Bad'.

The latter collection also includes five different versions of 'Black Or White', 'Remember The Time' and 'One More Chance' as well as the Immortal soundtrack album and other rarities, including live performances with the Jacksons.

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