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Breaking News, new Michael Jackson single from the upcoming album Michael will be launched on November 8

As we all wait for the new album from Michael Jackson – Michael, due for release on 14.12.2010, on Monday, November 8 will be launched Breaking News, it’s new single and the first song from this new album. Unfortunately, Michael is no longer with us but will remain alive through his extraordinary music and contribution to the entertainment industry. See below the teaser for Breaking News:



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Michael Jackson Wanted To Scrap ‘Thriller’

michael jackson hated Thriller and wanted to scrap the entire album, until a visit to a school playground changed his mind and encourgaed him to finish the biggest-selling record in history.

In a recently unearthed interview tape from the 1980s, Jackson tells how he almost canned the album because, he says on the tape, “it sucked.”.

“Thriller sounded so crap,” he says. “The mixes sucked. When we listened to the whole album, there were tears. I just cried like a baby. .

“I stormed out of the room and said, ‘We’re not releasing this. Call [record company] CBS and tell them they are NOT getting this album. We are NOT releasing this.'” .

Jackson explains how he left the studio in West Lake, Los Angeles, and ended up watching children play in a nearby playground. .

“I felt terrible,” he says. “One of the maintenance crew in the studio had a bicycle and so I took it and rode up to the schoolyard. I just watched the children play.”.

“And when I came back I was ready to rule the world. I went into the studio and I turned them songs out.” .

Jackson remixed a song a week and the album went on to sell 70 million copies.

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Janet speaks out: About her last day with Michael, his eccentric style, and how she hopes he’s remembered

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Janet Jackson’s interview in the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar is almost entirely devoted to her brother Michael and, while you won’t find answers to the more mysterious questions surrounding the King of Pop’s life and death, the resulting article is still a sweet, and at times, fascinating read.

Speaking out for the time since her brother’s passing, the 43-year-old singer says the last time she saw Michael was May 14, just a few days before her birthday: “We had so much fun that day. We kept calling each other after and saying how great it was.” Janet also reveals some intimate details about the days following his death, including the decision to allow (Michael’s daughter) Paris to speak at the memorial service.”I was really proud,” she says. “People said to me that Michael’s daughter speaking really gave them a sense of how he was as a father, in her words. Paris is incredibly smart; they are all so smart. She’s a sweet girl. The kids are doing well. They’re with all their cousins; that family love will keep them going.”

For the entire story, head to newsstands this week, we’ve got some of the more interesting excerpts below:

What she’d like the world to know about Michael:
“He loved to laugh. The last time we were together, he’d laugh so hard, he would just start crying. Sometimes his humor would be corny, sometimes dry. He loved the Three Stooges, he loved slapstick, he loved Eddie Murphy in his silly comedies. He loved to have fun. He loved to play….People have told me, ‘I am an American citizen because of your brother.’ He wrote them a letter or something. He was just that giving, loving person. And the greatest entertainer there ever was. And is. I hope people get a glimpse of him now, some sort of picture.”
The rest of the article here.

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Michael Jackson’s glove auctioned in Australia

A bejeweled white glove Michael Jackson tossed to an Australian fan more than a decade ago sold at auction Sunday for 57,600 Australian dollars ($48,400), almost twice the estimated selling price.

Warwick Stone, a buyer for the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, beat out five other bidders for the late King of Pop’s glove, said Charlotte Stanes, spokeswoman for the Melbourne auction house Bonhams and Goodman. The estimated selling price before the auction was AU$30,000.

“We are very happy with the result,” Stanes said. “It’s the first glove we know about in Australia.”

Bonhams and Goodman said it was the first auction of a Michael Jackson glove since his death on June 25 this year at age 50.

Jackson visited Australia in 1996 as part of his HIStory world tour. While in Sydney, he attended the Australian premiere for the film “Ghosts,” in which he had a starring role. At the end of the screening, he tossed the glove at audience member Bill Hibble, who has since died, said national head of collectables Giles Moon.

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Michael Jackson – Weekend MTV

Sub sloganul “M is For Michael”, MTV ii dedica lui Michael Jackson, cu ocazia aniversarii a 51 de ani de la nasterea regelui muzicii pop, weekendul din 29-30 august!

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AP Source: Coroner rules Jackson’s death homicide

LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson’s death has been ruled a homicide caused by a mix of drugs meant to treat insomnia, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press, while his personal doctor told investigators he was actually trying to wean the King of Pop off the powerful anesthetic that did him in.

Forensic tests found the anesthetic propofol combined with at least two sedatives to kill Jackson, according to the official, who spoke Monday on condition of anonymity because the findings have not been publicly released. Based on those tests, the Los Angeles County Coroner has ruled the death a homicide, the official said.

The coroner’s homicide ruling does not necessarily mean a crime was committed. But it makes it more likely criminal charges will be filed against Dr. Conrad Murray, the Las Vegas cardiologist who was caring for the pop star when he died June 25 in a rented Los Angeles mansion.

Through his lawyer, Murray has said he administered nothing that “should have” killed Jackson.

Murray told investigators that Jackson stopped breathing about 10 minutes after he relented and finally gave in to his patient’s demands for propofol around 10:40 a.m., following a night-long regimen of sedatives that did not work, according to court documents unsealed Monday.

A search warrant affidavit unsealed in Houston, where Los Angeles police took materials from one of Murray’s clinics last month as part of their manslaughter investigation, includes a detailed account of what detectives say Murray told them. Manslaughter is homicide without malice or premeditation.

The doctor said he’d been treating Jackson for insomnia for about six weeks with 50 milligrams of propofol every night via an intravenous drip, the affidavit said. Murray said he feared Jackson was becoming addicted to the anesthetic, which is supposed to be used only in hospitals and other advanced medical settings, so he had lowered the dose to 25 milligrams and added the sedatives lorazepam and midazolam.
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Another video from his great artistic activity.

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Experts: Full criminal probe in Jackson case

LOS ANGELES – The odd array of evidence police collected from Michael Jackson’s personal physician’s clinic and storage unit shows authorities are trying to follow a trail of drugs and looking into the doctor’s record keeping as they attempt to unravel what led to the pop star’s death.

Search warrants targeting Dr. Conrad Murray’s Houston clinic and his storage unit mean authorities have moved into a full-fledged criminal investigation, looking toward the kind of court case they could build against the physician, legal experts said Friday.

“This is no longer a cause of death investigation,” said attorney Mark Geragos, who once represented Jackson. “This is about building a criminal case.”

Loyola University law professor Laurie Levenson said she expects to see search warrants served at more places associated with Murray and for investigators to be interviewing his employees.

“I do think they believe there’s high suspicion that he may be responsible” for Jackson’s death, she said.

Los Angeles police and Drug Enforcement Administration agents executed the warrants Wednesday. The language in the documents said the evidence is being gathered as part of a manslaughter investigation targeting Murray.

Authorities have not publicly termed their investigation criminal and still say Murray is not a suspect.

The items seized included 27 tablets of the weight loss drug phentermine, a tablet of the muscle relaxant clonazepam, business cards, storage receipts, notices from the Internal Revenue Service and computer hard drives.

The rest of the article here!

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Michael Jackson’s

The enterpreneurial spirit is for sure without limits! Today we encountered the website which is an e-business based on “the ghost” which is supposed to be of Michael Jackson’s. The movie from CNN:

the long version here!

the short version:

And the song – Ghost:

We felt cold showers seen the CNN movie because there is “something” out-there! Of course, we are in the era of the biggest cinema tricks and everything is possible in the full-of-illusions TV world but here seems to be “something from other world”. We are not in a position to say something or to judge but there you can receive membership status, buy personalised cups and t-shirts, e-business by the books. We live in a crazy, crazy world.

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Madonna in concert “In memoriam Michael Jackson”

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Michael Jackson – the last Rehearsal for “This Is It” Tour

He is performing live…

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