Michael Jackson - 'Xscape'

Michael Jackson - 'Xscape'

Now Michael Jackson was no Prince. His last still-alive studio album ‘Invincible’ was six years in the making and a good half of that was shonky, self-indulgent twaddle at best; it suggested a paucity of decent ideas rather than an underground...

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Album review: Michael Jackson - 'Michael' (Epic)

Album review: Michael Jackson - 'Michael' (Epic)

When Will.I.Am of all people is denouncing your project on the grounds of taste and authenticity, you know you’re on shaky ground. When your lead single is a duet with Akon , you should probably just pack up and go home. Michael Jackson...

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Jackson, Michael : Cry

Jackson, Michael : Cry

Written by none other than R Kelly, a man so smoothe you could play bar billiards off of him, 'Cry' has everything we've come not to expect from Michael Jackson[/url] in his last few humbling years. His best schmaltzy ballad since, oh,...

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Michael Jackson : Invincible

Michael Jackson : Invincible

Ten years on from 'Dangerous' and the tabloid vultures are circling over the skeletal remains of ape-loving, oxygen-tank-residing, legally-not-a-paedophile, recovering black man and Lionel Blair of squeakpop Michael 'Actually Quite Scary Now'...

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Michael Jackson : 'Invincible'

Michael Jackson : 'Invincible'

It's finally here, six years and 21 million dollars later. And while the production is never less than sumptuous, does it really contain six years' worth of great tune? NME heard it once in a room full of liggers, so our remarks should be...

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Jackson, Michael : You Rock My World

Jackson, Michael : You Rock My World

Worth buying for the 32-second introduction alone, which features what sounds like Hollywood comic Chris Rock having a screwdriver gently inserted into his anus as he excitedly but distractedly tries to hold a conversation with MJ about a girl...

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