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Label: Loud, Proud & Punk Records - LPP 008 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk

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Postcode: Please enter a valid postcode. Royal Mail International Tracked. Representative example. We have excerpted portions of these interviews. For him, everything is about the music and how to make it better.

He also makes work a lot of fun. He's a kid at heart-his office is not like a normal office. He has all the kids' toys. A lot of times we'd be in session, in the middle of playing a video game, and he'd be, like, "Well, we got to do this. But go ahead and finish your game, though-I don't want to mess your game up.

The thing about Michael is his talent. If you put Michael onstage without the explosions and the other dancers, he'll still command the stage. There's a song called "Childhood" on the new album, and I think for the first time, Michael has put a lot of his feelings on record.

That song, for right now, defineswhere he's at-the way he feels about himself and the way people feel about him. We all dream of recording a song with Janet or Michael Jackson. Rodney Jerkins music producer I was a huge fan of Michael since I was a little kid, I followed his career He is the best, there's no other artist at his level, and I worked with many, he is great to work with because he knows exactly what he wants.

I'm blessed to even be in the position to work with the greatest entertainer of all time. Just to be working with him is a phenomenon itself, you know, a dream come true.

That he is the greatest. Interviewer: So, does Michael come into the studio with a surgical mask on? Jerkins: No, no. Michael is probably more human than any of us at this party. And that's what a lot of people don't know of. You know, I really know Michael. Not just be a producer in the studio but also be the friend to Michael and say: "Michael, it's cool to come to this party here tonight.

It's cool to hang out with me, you know. They are not gonna bother you if you hang out here. But at the same time, you know, he is feeling more comfortable to even step out now. He is not what everybody wants him to be.

They want him to be a wacko. You know how it is once you are so successful. They have to find where they can pull you down. He's not like that. Elton John singer, songwriter He is a very smart cookie, Michael. He knows what he wants, he knows what he is doing.

I have nothing but admiration. Also, he is a very kind person. Quincy Jones music producer Introverted, shy and nonassertive. He wasn't at all sure he could make a name for himself on his own. Neither was I. Michael can go out and perform before 90, people, but if I ask him to sing a song for me, I have to sit on the couch with my hands over my eyes and he goes behind the couch.

He is amazingly shy. What people forget about him is that for the first time, probably in the history of music, a black artist is embraced on a global level by everyone from eight to 80 years old.

People all over the world, especially young people, have a black man as an idol. To actually have him call me up, call my management, saying he wants me to do a song for him was a great inspiration for me to go forward in my career. And up to the day I met him it was like a big countdown. I think it's normal when you grow up to the music of someone that has been there so long and is so large. To meet this person and knowing that this person depends on me.

When an artist calls a producer he makes himself dependent on him to become 1, to get something that comes out as a track. At this time, Michael Jackson depended on me to make something come true for him.

I remember a funny thing about him. I had ordered Chinese food and had put up all these Walt Disney cups all over the studio because I knew he was a big kid.

I knew that. Everyone knew that. And I also got my little dog because I knew he loved animals. I couldn't afford giraffes, but I did have a dog. It broke ice and we talked. And I went to the bathroom and my manager came with me, and I remember that I fell to the floor because I just couldn't believe it. But I got back up and straightened myself out because I realized that I had to be professional.

Michael was very humble. He also didn't wanna change anything. Some artists want to change songs so that they like them, but I don't go for that. I don't want to destroy the magic. I don't like messing with the magic and what you risk to reach something is what you need to keep it. Michael figured this also. I thought it was funny when I told Michael Jackson I didn't want to fly, and he was giving me reasons why I should.

I kept looking him in the eye, and I kept saying "uh-huh, uh-huh" and "oh, I see," knowing all the time that I would not be getting on a plane.

Working with Michael was definitely not just another day at the office. Question: So it was cool working with Michael? Kelly: I was so nervous, I was afraid I wouldn't be able to finish the project. When he first got to the studio, something weird came over me. Michael was another level, and it was a hell of a level to go to. But passion took over, and it put a shield around me and allowed me to be just a normal guy who felt like he worked with Michael all the time.

Question: Was he really receptive, or was he, like, "No, muhfucka, I've been doing this for 30 years. Kelly: He was never that. That's why he's been here for 30 years. He was more humble than me-got up under my wing. He wanted to know what it was I wanted from him. And if he could give it to me. Question: How did that feel?

Kelly: Everything Mrs. McLin told me was true: I was born for this. I was ready. I didn't know that until I met Michael. My teacher told me when I was 15 that one day I would work with Michael Jackson, that one day I'd produce him, and that Quincy Jones would come to me for songs, and Stevie Wonder.

Get Out Of My Pocket - Various - Switzerland Off Course In 1979 (Vinyl haven't worked with Stevie yet, but she told me these things would happen, and to see them come to pass is amazing. Jonathan King Michael should have swept the board. But you should have seen the look on their faces aftre Michael stole the show when he sang 'Man In The Mirror'.

It was a look of absolute pure sheer horror. They were transfixed ny his real talent and mortified when they compared it to their own stars. It comes down to a choice between the music industry and Michael Jackson - and I'd rather have Jacko any time. Thriller changed my life completely. There used to be a ballet on Sundays, and I used to watch the Fame series and, of course, all Michael Jackson's music videos. But most of all, I have always been intrigued by The Dance Theatre of Harlem's Dougla; somehow it really got inside me, my mind.

Ricky Martin singer I need to thank my teachers. I need to thank the legends of pop. Thank you so much for being leaders and teaching me the beauty of pop. Whoa, talking about Mr. Jackson, all my respects. He definitely has a lot to do with my career. He's the legend; El Maestro, you know? From him, we learn a lot, and definitely he will always be a part of my life.

He is one of the world's most acclaimed entertainers, an innovative and exciting songwriter whose dancing seems to defy gravity and has been heralded by teh likes of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. His public is perhaps unaware of the extent of his dedication to his craft.

Restless, seldom satisfied, he is a perfectionist who is constantly challenging himself. To many people Michael Jackson seems an elusive personality, but to those who work with him, he is not. This talented artist is a sensitive man, warm, funny, and full of insight. Tatum O'Neal actress I never worked with Michael, but he and I had a really wonderful friendship when I was 12 and he was He used to dance with me, we'd talk on the phone all the time, and he'd say how funny it was that I was 12 and I could drive and he was older and couldn't.

Michael used to come to my house when I was living with my dad, and I remember him being so shy. Once he came into my bedroom, and he wouldn't even sit on my bed. But another time when he was over, he played the drums, my brother played guitar, and someone else played another instrument, and we had a jam session.

I had the tape of it, but I lost it somewhere. When I was 12, he asked me to go to the premiere of The Wiz with him, and my agent at the time said it wasn't a good idea, maybe because they felt he wasn't a big enough star yet. He never talked to me after that. I think he thought I just canceled, but it wasn't me at all. I was a child doing what I was told. I want you to print that, because I don't think he ever knew that.

I lost touch with him because of it, so I don't really know him anymore. But I love him; he's one of the nicest, most innocent people I've ever met.

I love "She's out of My Life" because I think it describes our friendship at that time. Teddy Pendegrass musician People like Michael come along once in history. He's a bonafide superstar.

Prince singer, songwriter Asked by a reporter if he could take Michael Jackson in a fistfight Prince laughed and quipped "Michael's not a fighter, he's a lover. Ronald Reagan former president of USA To Michael Jackson with appreciation for the outstanding example you have set for the youth of America and the world.

All over America, millions of peole look up to you as an example. Your deep faith in God amd adherence to traditional values are an inspiration to all of us, especially young people searching for something real to believe in. Keep up the good work, Michael. We're very happy for you. Little Richard singer, songwriter Michael is fantastic.

He is a great artist, one of the greatest entertainers I've ever seen. I don't know why he didn't marry her the first time around.

Jessica Simpson singer Question: Who would you most want to do a duet with? Jessica Simpson: Some of my favorites I was thinking about this the other day. Michael Jackson would be the ultimate. I wouldn't mind Celine Dion or Shania Twain, either! He's the only guy I've ever met that's real-for that kind of music. I grew up listening to the Jackson 5. I used to love "Dancing Machine. We've been friends for a while, so he just lets me do what I want to do. I get a basic framework, and I just make up my part and they edit it.

I wonder sometimes what it's gonna sound like, [Laughs] but every time, they do a great job. He's very shrewd. He's got a great, sarcastic sense of humor. People always ask me, "Is he weird? But I know what it's like to be weird, growing up in the music business. I have to admit working with Michael Jackson is different than working with your basic, gritty rock 'n' roll band. One time when I went to play for Michael, he walked in with Brooke Shields, and there I am with a cigarette in one hand, a bottle of Jack Daniel's in the other, and my guitar hanging low around my neck.

And he doesn't care. That's not the way he is, but I don't have to change for him. He accepts me for what I am. Steven Spielberg film director Michael Jackson, the star, is a phenomenon. The hat, a single glove, white socks and black loafers. He is mysterious. The consummate performer. From the way he moves, to the Neverland he's created as his home, it's as if he's an illusion.

The Michael Jackson I've had the pleasure of knowing for 13 years is without affectation, and is not an illusion. It must be hard for Michael to know how much the world wants to knwo him, to be like him, to consume him. He's wisely created his own world in which to preserve the most honest parts of his identity. Those are the parts we love the most. Michael has heightened sensitivity for the crying needs of this world. Through his Heal the World Foundation, he works to preserve this planet's most precious resources - children, and the environment.

He feels much of the same responsibility a parent feels - his children are all of our children. Michael brings so much to so many, he is one of the world's most precious resources himself. Guided by his creative forces of passion, joy, work and genius, Michael has gone aftre his dreams and shared them with all of us. I can't wait to see where he chooses to take us next. Elizabeth Taylor actress Everything about Michael is truthful.

And there is something in him that is so dear and childlike - not childish, but childlike - that we both have and identify with. Michael Jackson is, indeed, an international favorite for all ages, an incredible force of incredible energy.

In the art of music, he is a pacesetter for quality of production, in the vaguard for high standards of entertainment. What makes Michael more unique may be the fact that all of his accomplishments, his rewards, have not altered his sensitivity and concern for the welfare of others, or his intense caring and love for his family and friends, and especially all the children of the world over.

He is filled with deep emotions that create an unearthly, special, innocent, childlike, wise man that is Michael Jackson. He is so giving of himself that, at times, he leaves very little to protect that beautiful inner core that is the seence of him. I think Michael appeals to the child in all of us. He has the quality of innocence that we would all like to obtain or have kept. I think Michael is like litmus paper. He is always trying to learn.

He has one of the sharpest wits, he is intelligent, and he is cunning - that is a strange word to use about him, because it implies deviousness and he is one of the least devious people I have ever met in my life.

Michael is highly intelligent, shrewd, intuitive, understanding, sympathetic, and generous to almost a fault of himself. He is honesty personified - painfully honest - and vulnerable to the point of pain. He is also very curious and wants to draw from people who have survived. People who have lasted.

He is not really of this planet. If he is eccentric it's because he is larger than life. What is a genius? What is a living legend? What is a megastar? Michael Jackson - that's all. And just when you think you know him, he gives you more There is no one that can come near him, no one can dance like that, write the lyrics, or cause the kind of excitement that he does.

When I hear the name Michael Jackson, I think of brilliance, of dazzling stars, Get Out Of My Pocket - Various - Switzerland Off Course In 1979 (Vinyl and deep emotions. I think he is one of the world's biggest and greatest stars, and it just so happens that he is one of the most gifted music makers the world has ever known.

I think he is one of the finest people to hit this planet, and, in my estimation, he is the true King of Pop, Rock and Soul. I love you Michael. That's who inspires me. Hype Williams video director The choreography [in Thriller] is tremendous. It's a new appreciation of how dance can move a music video. He wasn't just a tremendous artist, tremendous performer, it was amazing how ingenious was he to foresee that music video could be anything you wanted in the beginning. Stan Winston movie director I stand here and say he's a really great guy.

He's very funny. He actually fights. I was surprised. He's like a blue belt in Tae Kwan Do or something. I'd just done 'Ali,' and I felt that Michael Jackson might be able to hurt me. That dude looks sharp.

He's a fast mover. You see how somebody could dance and move that good and do those spins. That takes strength man. Why do people keep lower michael jackson sales? It to do with race? People provide fansites or biased websites the Elvis and Beatles sold 1 billion records, no one lowers their sales.

Where's the source or weblink for your so-called official, you've lowered all sales of all his lp's! Sales on French site and MJ Stats correspond what mre you do want!!!! Why is information on the trial doubled up, tried to delete it but my edit was reverted. There is repetitive information on the trial as features in the main michael jackson article which should focus on his work and michael jackson personal life. The information on his trial should be put in michael jackson personal life with the other contraversies.

Talking about trial in midst of musical biography, causes the article to be biased. What do other people think?

Holla back?!!!! We all know that Janet Is well respected in her right. Everything she does is off her own mind and her own way. When it was written that Janet was influenced by Michael it wasnt meant to say everything she did she got from Michael which isnt true. There is no dening that Michael had a little influence to Janet as an artist and a brother. Janet was taking off but dont take it to the heart. Please source all relevant sentences that are in the article.

I fail to see how this is adequately sourcing material. This is not good enough in an article where I see rampant rubbish in every other sentence. This image looks like a photoshop job. Did Jackson actually dress up like this at some point for a photo shoot? Regardless, the initial photo of Jackson ought to be one that's reasonably recent.

I agree. I think a photo from the Invincible photo shoot inthe MSG concerts inthe Bandstand performance in or the apollo theater concert in would be good. He hasn't really done any photo shoots or concert sincethe latest "good" photo we can get would be from Also, that photo is a painting I believe. Street walker4 January UTC. Which one do you all like best? Currently, I have put Image:Mjinvinciblephotocolour. No, it was not fine the way it was. Please don't blindly revert, Kelvin Martinez.

By reverting to your preferred version of the intro, you also added back in a dubious, unsourced claim [2]. The version you reverted to also has bad capitalization prepositions like "of" are never capitalized, even in proper names. I changed "concocted" to "given to him by" because "concocted" has a negative connotation, which I believe is a bit POV. I changed the lengthy series of "singer-songwriter, actor" ad nauseum to "entertainer" because brevity is always good in the introduction.

This has been brought up before, and no one objected to my removal of the excessive occupational descriptions on this talk page. We can discuss the last two items here; I won't change them back for now. I think a date should be set for the removal of unsourced information.

I suggest 1st Augustbut I'm not unwilling to discuss. I think August is plenty of time. IMO that would reduce the size of the article dramatically, and wouldn't be too bad considering it would all be unverifiable info being removed. August would be time enough for the majority of correct info to be sourced via news sites, credible bio's and Amazon book links and ISBN's of written sources.

This article needs that level of detail to resist vandalism. The opening paragraph states that Michael Jackson is the 'biggest selling solo artist of all time', with sales of over million. Wikipedia itself can't agree on this see Best selling music artistsso I've toned it done a bit by saying he is " one of the biggest selling solo artists of all time".

Is that a problem? This is the first I come here, my usual Wikipedia place is "List of Best selling music artist of all time". I've just noticed that Michael Jackson is always, I mean all the time in too much controversy. Elvis and Beatles keep having their wikipedia pages mentioning "1 billion records sold" whereas "List of best selling artists" is stated in some kind of way Elvis and Beatles having sold more than million records.

So before arguing Jackson on his sales maybe you should put on Elvis and Beatles wikipedia pages that they have sold more than million records and not 1 billion if we take into account your logical procedure.

Right or Wrong, it doesn't matter, what matters is that this information is provided by an official statement of the World Music Award based on IFPI process purely record sales and not unit printed in manufacturesit is not a fan speculation or celebration, besides WMA is more reliable than Guiness Book or country association e. Readerweb13 January UTC. This is common knowledge, but because wiki requires sources for all its info except for anything that makes Michael Jackson look bad, that doesn't need citing apparently I did a Google search and found this page that contains the info [3].

In the history of edits on the Michael Jackson article, it says the "king of Ghana" stuff was removed because the source isn't credible and even if it is, this info doesn't belong in the intro. So why should Michael Jackson be any different? So this info should remain in the intro. It belongs there more than some silly tabloid name like "wacko Jacko".

Street walker8 January UTC. Furthermore, "King of Pop" is the more widely used term for Michael Jackson. King of Pop and Wacko Jacko are explained in detail further on in the article. If you go to Elvis Presley or Babe Ruthyou'll see their nicknames are simply listed in the intro without going into detail, until later on in the article.

Musician better decribes Jackson's line of work. On the Wiki page for Musician it says a singer, songwriter, composer, instrumentalist, and that a musician can sometimes also be a dancer. This fits Jackson perfectly. I went to Prince artist and similiar articles, and found that most artist's styles and influences are noted in the intro.

It makes sense to do so if you are introducing a musician. I have cited his influences in the references section. For more detial of Jackson's songwriting style Please discuss before reverting or editing.

I Get Out Of My Pocket - Various - Switzerland Off Course In 1979 (Vinyl my edits are justified, if you disagree fine, but discuss it first please. I think we should have a concensus to decide if the sentence about being dogged by the media should be included in the intro. Street walker11 January UTC. Just so no one changes the approximate worldwide sales figure in the intro, I thought I would write up a breakdown of his album and singles sales incase anyone has any doubts.

Keep in mind, the Motown sales figures have not be renewed since All of his solo Motown albums have been reissued on CD since then so I suspect the sales figures for these albums could have risen significantly. Off The Wall, Thriller, Bad and Dangerous were all reissued as Special Editions in so I suspect that would have boosted their total sales figures significantly. Michael Jackson's accumulative sales figure could be up to or over million by now. But we must keep everything sourced, and that means using the official sales figures even if they are out-of-date.

So we must use the dated million figure over the more plausable million figure. But million is still impressive none the less. Street walker13 January UTC.

Streetwalker, Since we don't have more current stats, I'm fine with the 54 million number, but I added "as of " to the sales figure for Thriller for clarification. Could you please add a citation to the Sony stats? Thank You. Where has it been shown that Guinness gives false information or lies? While it's true that Jackson has altered his appeareance to such a point that his age, race and gender are all ambiguous, there are separate words to describe the bits about age and race.

Also, I wonder why this bit about his appearance shifts from present to past tense? Ckamaeleon17 January UTC. Actually, he's 5ft 11 anyway. Says so on his Police thing. In know it's nice to know who Michael Jackson's influences are, and who he has influenced, but is this paragraph necessary?

The intro is long as it is, I think the paragraph that says his full name, DOB, line of work and musi styles, and the paragraph about his accomplishments should stay, but the influences and the paragraph about the trial should go. That's just my opinion. I wont remove anything until we reach some sort of consensus.

Street walker17 January UTC. This article has been tagged with "clean up" and "inappropriate tone", Get Out Of My Pocket - Various - Switzerland Off Course In 1979 (Vinyl. Can someone specify which areas need to be cleaned up, and what areas are written in an "inappropriate tone"? I removed the line "Michael Jackson used to rape Chris Morgan and Adam Yahnke in the ass" which was quietly added below the section. Some people have too much time on there hands!

Futurefate18 January UTC. Just out of interest why has he been moved in here. Those things that he does when he goes high in recordings are 6th octave but has he actually done an E6? I think whoever put it their got "whistle register" confused with falsetto. Street walker21 January UTC. I haven't heard MJ go above E5. All images in the article should be right to use now, but there have been some complaints about the copyright licence of some of the images. Personally, I don't see where the problem lies.

Street walker23 January UTC. Michael Jackson does not look anything like that now. Im sorry guys, but this article has gone from bad to worse over the last couple days. Shortening the article LP) a good idea, but i think you've removed the wrong portion of the article. For some odd reason most of the biographical info is now missing, and now all thats left is a loose description of Jacksons albums and touring dates. It barely reads like an encyclopaedic article on an individual should.

A better choice in my opinion would be to move most of the album info to a separate page and keep the personal and biographical info on the main page. Makes more sense doesn't it? People have been complaining about this article alot, but I want to put something out there and explain it a bit better, what I'm trying to do. That's my vision of what this article should be like. I think over time we have to develope it so it's structured like this.

But it will take time and it will be impossible to structure it like a biography if people keep reverting it to the unstructured, no sense of chronology, version of the article. Street walker24 January UTC. Streetwalker, your 'vision' for this article is one that no one else seems to agree with, and only serves to make the article very confusing to read. My "vision" talks of brief descriptions of albums success, plastic surgery, skin colour, 93 allegations, marraiges and children which is a controversial subjectrecord label troubles, 05 tiral, post-trial lawsuits.

How is that a "shrine" to Michael Jackson? This article is supposed to flow like a biography. How can that happen if there are two different sections for music and controversies. Anyway, most controversies tie in with his musical career.

Everything would work in so well if we merge these two big sections together into a tight biography. I don't see how you can make overshadowing his musical career with personal stuff being about making a shrine to Michael Jackson or have a pro-Jackson POV. Your logic is beyond me. This article has improved slightly over the past couple days, but it is still far too album-centric. The biographical data should have priority in this article, and at the moment it is lost in a sea of trivial album info.

It must be noted that this is an article about Michael Jacksonnot just an extensive discography of his albums. Changing the section titles makes little difference, as its the content thats the real problem. There really should be a sub-article detailing jacksons albums, and leave mentions of these in the main article; this would improve the structure and readability of the article greatly.

Any thoughts? I truly don't see the issue with the breakdown of Street Walker's chronology. Jackson's solo albums are very much tied in with his appearance and personal life. If anything, perhaps you can lump Off the Wall and Thriller together, and then place Bad and Dangerous tour, and after that the rest.

The original layout by Steet Walker seems fine, it doesn't come off like a glorified shrine in any sense of the word. A solution would be to move parts of the content to articles on subtopics. Alternatively, content about a subtopic can be rendered on the main page, but with the wikitext in an included page.

This way the system can provide a separate revision history for that subtopic. I don't like it, it's a very bad shot of him. No other famous celebrity who's had a mug shot taken of them has that photo at the top of their article.

It doesn't even represent his current looks, because most of the time he looks alot better than this and did look better than this during the trial. Even in photos from the unreleased "One More Chance" video that was filmed on the same say, he looks alot better than this. Street walker25 January UTC. What do you think of this image? Actually, it wasn't this picture but a similiar one, and when I went to the webpage the image I found came from, I saw this one which I think is better.

I like this photo because it's recent and it has the famous rhinestone glove. Since that image seems to be a publicity photograph of Jackson, it should be okay to use. Well do you like it? Just a note, that I think the best way to deal with pictures on biographies of living people is to give as recent a photo as is possible preferably a GFDL one if available. Peyna25 January UTC. I like the current image because it reflects his current looks compare it to the mug shot further down the article, nothing has dramatically changed and it shows the famous white rhinestone glove.

Just as long as it can be used on Wiki, I think we should definately keep this image at the top of the article. Street walker27 January UTC.

A lot of people have expressed the need for sub-articles with this main article. What do you think need a sub-article? IFPI has finally come up with a list of the top-selling acts in History. Its about time. So it's not only wishful thinking of a MJ Fanclub.

I think the whole controversies section should be merged into the biography section, in the relevant era. I also think the sub-sections in the Biography section should be renamed. I'm pretty sure we can come up with some creative titles. It's obvious that should be titled The Jackson 5 or something similiar, perhaps Role in the Jackson 5 like the Beatles section in the John Lennon article. I don't know what to title the other sections without naming them according to his musical releases of the era e.

But many users have commented that it makes the article appear more like a discography than a biography. I haven't acted on changing the topic titles yet, but I merged all the controversies stuff into the biography. I also created sub-articles for controversies with alot of info about them, and I put links to those sub-articles in the "See Also" section and the relative sections in the bio.

Now, most of his controversies, and all his albums have sub-articles. You can see all the subarticles in the Michael Jackson category. What do you think of the current state of the article? What I did was create a sub-article called History of Michael Jackson and then sumarised the info on the main article.

I also creates a sub-article called Artistry of Michael Jackson his musical career from singing and dancing to songwriting and Controversy of Michael Jackson and summarised these two sections on the main article. I used The Beatles as blue print as that article is a feature article and was on Wiki's main page once over. My opinion is that the recent changes to the article have made an improvement.

I also asked a few people what they thought of it now and they seem to like it more than the previous version with the timeline and the previous to the previous version with the two huge sections on music and personal life. So now I want to know what you all think and what improvements you can make to this article.

If there's no complaints, I am going to re-submit this article for FA nomination. Street walker29 January UTC. Let's talk about the "disputed" neutrality of this section.

What's disputed and what isn't NPOV? It frustrates me when people put templates like this at the top of article but don't discuss why. Street walker30 January UTC. For boxed sets and double albums with a running time that exceeds minutes, the RIAA multiplies shipments by the number of discs or its tape or vinyl equivalent.

HIStory sold 18 million copies, and had 2 discs with a total running time of over minutes, there for it's sales figure is 36 million. There is of course the minutes limit for asserting. This box has sold 3. To sum up HISTORY has been selling around 16 million copies as for it could be now around 18 million or even more so 36 million disks sold is fair. Hope this will help. Readerweb1 February UTC.

This says 18 million. The point is, this album is certified twice. But I guess you don't believe the source mjinf. IMO this is the best site I ever found on the web concerning Michael Jackson statistics, besides it is reliable thanks to certifications, charts details, I hope this will help, friendly.

Ok I see, check this link Source it explains scroll down to history section this material is a double album sold over 18 million copies which is 36 million albums sold. Concerning the royalties comments, it's business talk very well know within music industry. I read a lot so if each time for each word I have to give a source it will be a little hard, you may understand that Do you want a source from the United Nations?

I've create a test article which we can use for developing Michael Jackson's biography before editing it into the main article. Please offer any suggestions you may have by editing the test article in order to improve it. Once we develope a well written test article we can edit it into the main article.

Obviously this article needs a re-write, but it can't just be the work of one person or you face the problem of bias. As a group of editors we need to improve this article. Problems with this article:. In re-writing the article, I think we should look at Johnny CashMiles DavisBob Dylan and Kylie Minogueas these are solo artists who have feature articles written about them.

So reading those articles would be a good way of finding out what makes an article about a solo artist a good article. I really think the article should read like a biography. However, because people complain I've had to make a seperate section for controversy, and because its bias to talk about his controversy and not his music I made a seperate article for artistry as well.

But eventually, these two sub-sections will have to well, they don't have to, but it'd be nice be merged with the biography except for artistry which can be cut for all I care. So we need to seriously discuss, as a group of editors, how this article should be laid out, what sections deserve sub-articles, what sub-article can be merged etc. We need to think about what definately need to be said in Michael Jackson's biography, we need to think about what is legit information and what is crap e.

Michael Jackson kidnapping his own children, which believe it or not someone actually tried to put in this article and claim it as legit news, lol. I would love it if people actually participated in a thorough discussion of this article.

So this is what I think should be included in this main article feel free to disagree and discuss :. So then the biography should be all that is needed on this main article. I think if we explain everything well enough, there should be no need for History of Michael Jackson and Controversy of Michael Jackson. I feel confident that we can write a 32KB article that explains everything that needs to be explained about Michael Jackson in the most concise terms.

But I also think articles like trial of Michael JacksonMichael Jackson controversy in Berlin and anything else that was a significant event in Jackson's life. Eventually, every sub-article that stems for the Michael Jackson article can be delted, merged, redirected, whatever, because it will all eventually be explained in concise, yet fulfilling terms.

So now give me your ideas. Please participate in this discussion as something desperately needs to be done about this article. Yes, Get Out Of My Pocket - Various - Switzerland Off Course In 1979 (Vinyl needs to happen.

This article has spiraled completely out of control, and the plethora of poorly written and poorly structured spin-offs Controversies involving Michael JacksonMichael Jackson controversy in BerlinMichael Jackson financesHistory of Michael JacksonMichael Jackson marriages and childrenPhysical appearance of Michael JacksonMichael Jackson post trial lawsuitsand the ubiquitous Artistry of Michael Jackson doesn't make things any better.

Street walker, I would seriously suggest that you stop editing this article for a week preferably tworead and review Wikipedia's featured biographical articles on musicians and otherwiseread Wikipedia:Manual of Style thouroughly, and read Wikipedia:Cite your sources accordingly.

Go to the library and check out reliable biographies on Michael Jackson. Find magazine articles and television interviews Jackson has done for more factual information. Once you have done all of that, then come back and begin planning an article rewrite. I understand you are a Michael Jackson fan, but I think your fanship if that is a wrd is getting in the way of your ability to write a solid article. The first thing you need is a concrete outline. The above is a start though I would hardly call Captain EO a major part of Michael Jackson's careerbut you also need a plan for which sections to split off into subtopics and whywhich topics need to be simply summarized and covered someplace else Jackson's trials after the big case do not need their own articleand generally work towards writing a professional, scholarly article that is readable, balanced, unbiased, factually accurate, referenced, and informative.

I can give advice here and there, but I do not have time to write much of the article and I'm not giving anymore advice until you take those two weeks and do the research. As per this AfDI merged content from Michael Jackson personal lifebut since I don't really know the history of this article and the circumstances surrounding the apparent POV fork that the source article is, I just pasted the contents and fixed the Wikicode to what looked like an appropriate place.

Please feel free to move these sections to their proper place or even revert my changes, if you wish. If there is an article on the Jackson 5, none of it needs to be covered in this article, it can just be linked too, surely?

The Jackson 5 part of this article could just become a stub linking to the bigger fuller one. The links at the start of each section were very useful. Street Walker, please put them back. Michael Jackson has been evaluated according to the Featured Music Project criteriamost recently affirmed as of this revision. The article's most important issues are listed below. Since this evaluation, the article may have been improved. Which samples definately should be here and what samples should not be here?

Street walker5 February UTC. InJackson settled out of court with the accuser for a reported USD 20 million and was not charged[55].

It is possible to source the part about dentistry which is true. It is contained in the GQ article. I suggest somebody who has it scans it and uploads, or we find a website that still has it. The GQ article is incredibly well written on the part of Mary Fischer. It will benefit this article. A fan site is not a good enough source for this information.

I am going to revert all those changes. I appologise if the IP address is not Street walker as it will revert some of his changes too, which were in the middle. If it was you street walker please discuss this with me as you are changing sources to POV which is no good. While this edit is certainly better than many of the previous versions, the dubios use of a biography from a fan forum isn't going to help this become a featured article anytime soon. Also, things that are general knowledge common sense facts like when people released albums, or when people signed record deals don't need to be footnoted, and you certainly should never use the same footnote twice that's what " Ibid " is for.

Your test worked, and has been reverted or removed. Please use the sandbox for any other tests you want to do. Take a look at the welcome page if you would like to learn more about contributing to our encyclopedia.

Sadly the out of print bio that spelled this out can't be found by me. I've been told that this is "controversial," okay I understand. But if it's controversial that he was ever a member of the JW's, then the link at the bottom of the Michael Jackson wiki page that says "Former Jehovah's Witnesses" should be deleted. If it's a part of the singer's past, I don't see what's wrong with admitting it if it's a fact.

It's not the same thing as calling Tom Cruise gay or something. Anyway, hope that helps explain where I'm coming from. Is this vandalism or what? I wouldn't know, I was just here to find the Michael Jackson who worked with Solomon Asch researching conformity Michael Jackson began his musical career at the age of five as lead singer of The Jackson 5 and made his first solo recordings in as part of the Jackson 5 franchise[citation needed].

Since then he has recorded and co-produced the best-selling album of all-time Thriller, with over fifty million copies sold worldwide[5]. This keeps getting changed from the highly reliable source on Guinness to a MJ fansite. I will revert this change every time. I repeat I will revert all changes. This is a Jackson fansite again. I view it as highly dubious.


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