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Remember Michael Jackson—Share, Save His Songs And Albums

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Michael Jackson had passed away. It is really a shock in the music world. But he will live forever in our hearts with his unique music style. The world is mourning for him. As a music fans, what we can do is to share, save his music, to lift his creating spirit, to beautify and enrich our world.

So this aricle includes the following two parts:

Part Ⅰ:The popular music collections of MJ

Part Ⅱ: My way of sharing, saving MJ's music

Part Ⅰ:The popular music collections of MJ

MJ's music from "ABC" to "Write-in choice", all of them have witnessed MJ's talents and passion for pop music. To know more about MJ, you can click here .

This is a collection of his music, "Baby Be Mine", "Bad", "Billie Jean", "Black or White", "Butterflies", "Dancing Machine", "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough", "Human Nature, "The Lady In My Life", "Man In The Mirror", "Never Can Say Goodbye", "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)", "Remember The Time", "Rock With You", "Thriller", etc.Not all of them are the best, but all of them are worth our listening.

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His family and fans were the ones that stood by him and defended him. ALWAYS. It was the haters and media devils that turned their backs on him.

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His family and fans were the ones that stood by him and defended him. ALWAYS. It was the haters and media devils that turned their backs on him.

 

Media would love to create issues, it is an additional points to earn most viewers to their channel... and for their own popularity.. using MJ as tool for themselves, selfishness

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i'm a michael jackson fan too. he's a talented person so a lot of people admired him for that. B) i don't care about the controversies in his life, i just love his music that's all. B) though he's gone, that thing will stay forever. B)

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@pjbabia

If me, I like "Black or White", "You're not alone", and "Heal The World". Those are my favorites songs of Michael Jackson.

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mine is "man in the mirror" no other MJ song will beat that as that is my number one song and i simply love it


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"Man in the Mirror" is one of the best songs i like from him... I dont know why you dont know it.. but you can search it in google or youtube. And also Billie Jean...

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@pjbabia

Maybe I knew the songs but I don't know its title :p but I don't know if I missed it. If that was one of the best song of Michael Jackson, it should be well-known around the world right?

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funny because we like the opposite of his songs pj, i like his dance creations! like billie jean, dont stop till you get enough, bad! :biggrin:

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