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Though he was in the thick of scandals, health problems and financial strife, Michael Jackson still cranked out one heck of an album with 2001’s Invincible, though it would take a few years of fermentation for it to be realized as such. And despite the inevitable comparisons to his triptych of epics (Off The Wall, Thriller and Bad), Invincible stands apart as the King Of Pop found his footing within the dawning of a new millennium. Speaking of footing, we often forget that Jackson’s innovative dance moves were as much a part of him as were his songs and Invincible is a dance-based album sporadically peppered with the kinds of heart-strung ballads that only Jackson could record. “Unbreakable” opens with cold attitude and a hard hip-hop beat featuring a posthumous cameo by Biggie Smalls. The amorous “Break of Dawn” blends organic sounds with a moving midtempo strut and a chorus that floats on harmonies. Jackson gets more into Stevie Wonder’s head than Jamiroquai on the soulful “Butterflies” but it’s the mechanically funky “2000 Watts” that could easily lure listeners to the dance floor.

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Unappreciated Excellence

Unappreciated excellence. I have been a fan for 40 years. This albumn like "Blood is on the Dancefloor" was ignored because it was cool to dislike him at the time. When Motown chief B. Gordy first heard him sing at 8 years old "Who's Lovin You" he said at the time that it was pure genious to be able to sing the blues with such emotion and feel before he was even old enough or mature enough to understand. Perhaps it was foreshadowing for a life where the blues was an unending underscore that played in the background of his whole personal life. Genius is often misunderstood. I hope that this generation can ignore the media circus and learn to appreciate his excellence and genius that is exhibited in every work of art of his 40+ career. Think about that - 40 years! The irony of the album title at his sudden departure from this earth prompted my rare commentary. However his life's work is art that will last well beyond his untimely demise. In his death, perhaps we can listen to his works like "Invicible" and recognize the pain, anguish and his modern excellent expression of the blues. Time will vindicate this work (not that an albumn that sold 7 million copies needs it). It is remarkable that despite the critics, it still managed to do alright. I was looking forward to the next evolution in his creativity. The world and especially me will miss him.

It didn't BOMB!

Regardless of all the spin(and blatant lies) you may have heard about how much of a commercial failure this album was, fact is it still sold over 7 million albums worldwide. That makes it a platinum selling record 7 TIMES OVER!! I'd give it 5 stars, but there are a few tracks on here that are a little too sappy for my own taste. However, this is still a STRONG album. Songs like 'Butterflies' and 'Whatever Happens' are reminiscent of "Off The Wall" and "Thriller" era Michael without sounding outdated. This record has enough GREAT material on it to take the time to re-familiarize yourself with it!

The best voice ever...!

no matter what people say about MJ, I don't care because i dont even keep up with all that crap but he has the most amazing voice ever!!!


Born: August 29, 1958 in Gary, IN

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Michael Jackson wasn't merely the biggest pop star of his era, shaping the sound and style of the '70s and '80s; he was one of the defining stars of the 20th century, a musician who changed the contours of American culture. A preternaturally gifted singer and dancer, Jackson first rose to stardom in 1969 as the 11-year-old frontman for his family's band, the Jackson 5. As remarkable a run as the Jackson 5 had -- at the dawn of the '70s, each of their first four singles went to number one and they...
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