RIP - KING of POP - 1958 to 2009
One of the Greatest Albums by The GREATEST Entertainer of ALL TIME.
The Standout Tracks on OFF THE WALL are -
Don't Stop Till You Get Enough - Rock With You - Working Day & Night - She's Out of My Life and Off The Wall.
Also Check out
The Biggest Selling Album of All time "Thriller".
The Biggest Selling Double Album of All time "HIStory".
The Biggest Selling Remix Album of All time "Blood on the Dance Floor".
The Amazing Albums "Bad" - "Dangerous" and "Invincible".
The Brilliant motion picture "MOONWALKER".
The Amazing Music Videos on - Dangerous: The Short Films - HIStory: Volume 1 - HIStory: Volume 2 - Number Ones and the Ideal Double Pack HIStory: Volumes 1 & 2.
The Historic Michael Jackson - Live in Bucharest dvd.
The Relevant Compilation Albums - Michael Jackson: The Essential - The Number Ones - Michael Jackson & the Jackosn 5 - King of Pop.
The Ground Breaking Michael Jackson: Visionary Collection.
The Brilliant Books Celebrating the Life of the King of Pop -
Dancing the Dream - Legend, Hero, Icon and The Life of a Legend - 1958 to 2009.
The Ice Cool posters for Bad - Thriller - The Moonwalk - The 3D Lenticular poster - The Album Covers - Thriller 25 - The Michael Jackson 1958 to 2009 - The "Loved" quote poster.
This is simply a stunning record, even now in 2009 it's so relevant to music not just pop. Stand out tracks for me are Rock with you, which is a fairly slow song, but still carries an infectious beat which you can dance to, a sexy song! Working day and night is a real disco track, and Girlfriend for Michaels super sweet voice and lyrics. A musical masterpiece, although Thriller is still my faveourite MJ album!
RIP Michael x
In my opinion Michael's best album, I'd pick this one over Thriller everytime. This an album of songs which knit together brilliantly from track 1 to the final song. By comprison the songs on Thriller are very good but as an album Thriller feels just a little dis-jointed. Every song on Off The Wall stands strong individually and takes the listener on a journey of dance and foot tapping excellence. The opening bars and MJ's scream of Don't stop Til you get enough immediately set your expectation and takes you to a higher plain, the record keeps you soaring right through to the very last note. MJ did not acheive this alone, his song writing partner Rod Temperton and the exceptional Quincy Jones help to make this album an absolute classic. Get on the floor and dance to this superb collection which sounds as fresh today as it did when first released when I bought it on vinyl.