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Michael Jackson

Scored four No. 1 hits ("I Want You Back," "ABC," "The Love You Save" and "I'll Be There") with the Jackson 5 in 1970 when he was 12. His first solo No. 1 single was "Ben," from the movie of the same name, in 1972. His Thriller is the best-selling album in history. From its debut in 1982 through 1995, it sold more than a million copies a year. Premiered his most famous dance move, the moonwalk, in 1983 on NBC's Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever. In 1985, paid $40 million for the rights of… Show more

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Reviews & Comments
Feb 28, 2008 - PolyShirt

No matter how bad his personal life be, I still love his songs. Even my 6 yr old son love his beat.

Nov 21, 2007 - Bingo Book
Is he ever comming back?

Pop idols demand human sacrifices. It is part of the gig. R Kelly wizzed on a girl and he still makes albums. It's time we brought Michael back and put him to work again.

4 stars, just for being Michael Jackson. -1 for the children.

Nov 20, 2007 - arebello

Nov 07, 2007 - mmelmon
Scandal just makes pop that much more real

Jackson was two decades ahead of his time as a performer, and to this day, no one does the liquid dance with his command of a stage. Footage of his live performances will outlive the scandals, and his creative force can't be denied.

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Aug 24, 2007 - pobrien
Still love his hits from the eighties

Rumors of his setting up in Vegas have my computer set to Southwest Airlines to book a flight. As much as I would have loved to see any of the greats, Sinatra, Elvis, The Beatles, Michael Jackson reigns supreme as the King of Pop with his hits still played on major radio stations and melodies frequently remixed and played again. I even loved Alien Ant Farm's remake of Smooth Criminal and the YouTube video of prisoners doing Thriller.