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Michael Jackson Justice: February 2013

God: Reconnect to Him

The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Michael Jackson - The Sacrifice and Oblation




The Daily Sacrifice
Getting to Know the Book



Sometimes, the truth out of the Bible won't believed.  Or it will be heckled.  Sometimes you have to go to the source (mouthpieces) of "owner of the image".

I want  you to pay particular attention to all the "recording" that Michael supposedly did during his STRENIOUS rehearsals for "This is it".

And if Michael actually recorded, wrote and co-wrote ALL THESE SONGS/ALBUMS during his 2009 rehearsals, I want to know how in the HADES that AEG is being blamed for "overworking" Michael.  Certainly THEY own none of these "copyrights", now do they?

Take a look at the titles:

"The World is no Church".  Supposedly compiled in 1998 to 1999?  When he was working on INVICIBLE?  The album Sony REFUSED to promote???



Unreleased Albums:

THE WORLD IS NO CHURCH - (1998-1999)

Jackson had been working on an album since 1998 with Babyface and other artists. This album was suppose to be release in 1999 but the album was never released. Here are some tracks for the album:
The World Is No Church
Angel
Do You Love Me
Be Me 4 A Day
Can't Stop Me Now
Triple Cable Threat
Easy
Thanks Heaven
That

This one has me scratching my head . . . "Resurrection"???  Really???  Again he was working on this in 1999, when he was also working on Invincible???  Take a look at some of the songs:

Resurrection?  All my Children?  Ekam Satyam (The One Truth)?  Oh, and the Barry Gibb OWNED song, "All In Your Name" was going to be part of this?

Anyone else not see the agenda here?  Sony's Messiah.  Let us all bow (I'm being sarcastic, don't do that).

RESURRECTION - (1999-2003)

An album Jackson been working in 2003. He re-worked some of his songs that was for the Invincible album, which never made it, and was planning to release it late 2003 but was cancelled due to Michael Jackson's child sex abuse allegations. It was possibly a 2 discs album. Here are the tracks for the album:

Resurrection
The Pain
All My Children
Ekam Satyam (The One Truth)
One More Chance (Released on the Number One album)
Escape (Xscape)
Pressure
Seduction
Force
Visions
This'll Make You Cry
Maybe Tomorrow
Trash
Trust In My Heart
You Are A LIar
You Are So Beautiful
You Told Me Your Loving
All In Your Name


Uknown Title and "Stay" both being compiled but unfinished in 2007.  I thought Michael was an artist, not an assembly line worker?  Still, the song "Angel in Disguise" rather threw me for a loop.


UNKNOWN TITLE - (2006-2007)

In 2006, Jackson has been working on an album with will.i.am in Ireland. But somehow, the album was never released. In 2007, Jackson had been know that he was still recording with will.i.am. will.i.am said it was awesome working with Michael. Here are some tracks for the album:

I'm Still the King
Dreams
Fly Girl
Can You
Legacy
If You Don't Get It
The Future

STAY - (2007)

In the fall of 2007, Jackson and his kids went to New Jersey to live with the Cascios' family for 3 months or so. Jackson had been working on an album with Eddie Cascio and James Porte, and others, to released in 2007 but the album was never released. The 3 songs was released on the 1st posthumous album Michael in 2010. Fans had doubted it was Michael singing, they believe it was Jason Malachi singing the songs, but Jason claimed he didn't recorded the songs. The 3 songs was questioned. Here are some tracks for the album:

Ready 2 Win
Fall In Love
Monster (No Rap)(Rap Version released in 2010)
Breaking News(Released in 2010)
Water
Stay (Carry On)
Burn Tonight
Keep Your Head Up (Released in 2010)
Black Widow
All I Need
All Right
Shine
Soldier Boy
Angel In Disguise (James Porte's track)
Exotic Dancer (James Porte's Tracks)


You can read through all the unreleased songs, some of them also supposedly written with Buxer and/or Michael D. Prince or James Porte in 2009 during Michael's rehearsals.  Shame!  Shame on Randy Phillips for not noticing Michael working double time on these albums/songs and expecting him to make rehearsals!  Shame!  Funny how none of these songs appeared in the line up of unlreased songs until "eh-hem" RECENTLY and NONE of them listed for that mind blowing concert that never happened because RANDY "overworked" Michael.

At the end of this is the source of the link I found all this bullsh -  and surprise of all surprises, it's a Sony-owned fan forum.

And at the very bottom of this blog is the link to the "Book of Michael" chapter 4.  There, I will introduce you to the "sacrifice".


Unreleased Songs:

11 P.M - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

A Baby Smiles - (Michael Jackson)
Lyrics to the song were featured as a poem titled "When a Baby Smiles" in the 1992 book Dancing the Dream

A Place With No Name - (Michael Jackson. Dewey Bunnel, Dr. Freeze)
Written and recorded in 2000
Heavily resembles America's "A Horse with No Name"
Produced by Dr. Freeze
Failed to make the Invincible album
TMZ leaked a 24 seconds snippet in 2009

A Pretty Face Is - (Stevie Wonder)
Written c. 1984
The song was originally intended for The Jackson 5 or as a duet between Wonder and Jackson; the two reportedly recorded the song for Wonder's 1987 Characters album.

Addam's Groove - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1993.
Recorded for the soundtrack of The Addams Family II.
Canceled due to the scandal of 1993.
Also know as Family Things and Family Affairs

Adore You - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Al Capone - (Michael Jackson)
Failed to make the Bad album
A demo version is known to exist
Evolved into "Smooth Criminal"

Alright Now - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1990
Failed to make the "Dangerous" album
The song was given to Ralph Tresvant for his album

All I Need - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album

All In Your Name - (Michael Jackson, Barry Gibb)
Written and recorded possibly in 2002
Suppose to be on the unreleased 2003 album titledd Resurrection but it was never released
In 2011, Barry leaked a music video of him and Michael recording the song
The track happens to be Barry Gibb's song

All My Children - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Written in 2000
Failed to make the Invincible album
Scheduled to be released on the 2003 album Resurrection but was never released

All Right - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album

Angel - (Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds)
Recorded by Jackson around 1998
Had been scheduled to feature on a shelved greatest hits compilation

Angel In Disguise - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
Recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house
The track happens to be James Porte's song

Baby's On Fire - (Michael Jackson, Ryan D.)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal
Also know as Baby's Fire and Higher's Baby's Fire

Bad Company - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1985

Bang Your Head - (Michael Jackson, Theron Feemster III, Michael Durham Prince)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Bassouille - (Michael Jackson, Bruce Sweiden)
Written in 1994
Also known as "Basszouille"
Failed to make the HIStory album

Be Me 4 A Day - (Michael Jackson, Gray Calix Days)
Also known as "Be Me for a Day", "Just for One Day Be Michael", "Just for a Day", "Me 4 a Day" and "Be Michael"
Written in 1998 possibly for an album that was shelved in 1999

Beatboy 2010 - (Michael Jackson, Eric J. Kirkland, Michael Durham Prince)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Belong 2 - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Written in 1999
Failed to make the Invincible album

Black Widow - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album

Blue Gangsta - (Dr.Freeze)
Dr. Freeze confirmed to be on the next album with finalized intrumentals
Written and recorded in 1999
A remix version was made by Pras in 2006, but Michael had nothing to do with the mix

Bottle of Smoke - (Michael Jackson)
Written and possibly recorded by Jackson in 1991
Failed to make the Dangerous album.

Bottom of My Heart - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Boy No - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Brad Loop 3.37 - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal
Envolved into Brad Loop 100, and Brad Loop 3700

Breaking - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2004

Breaking News (Alternate Version) - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
Written and recorded in 2007 at the Cascios' house
A new version was released in late 2010 on the first posthumous album, Michael

Broken Chair - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Theron Feemster III)
Written during Bad session
Re-worked the song and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Bubbles - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly written in 1991 for Dangerous album

Buffalo Bill - (Michael Jackson)
First mentioned by manager Frank DiLeo before the release of The Jacksons' Victory album in 1984
Failed to make the Bad album

Burn Tonight - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album
Also known as Burn 2night and Burn 2nite

Butter Funk - (Michael Jackson, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

California Grass - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded during the Dangerous studio sessions.
Failed to make the Dangerous album.
Finally completed by Jackson in 1993, remains unreleased.

Can't Get Your Weight Off of Me - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Written In 2000
Failed to make the Invincible album
Also known as Get Your Weight Off Of Me

Can't Stop Me Now - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1988

Can You - (Michael Jackson, will.i.am)
Written in 2007
The song could be unfinished, but Michael's vocals were recorded

Carousel - (Michael Jackson)
Written for Thriller album.
The song was completed for the album but was replaced by Human Nature
Also known as Circus Girl

Casino Night - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2008 in Las Vegas

Changes - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Cheater (2001 Version) - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1987 for Bad album but failed to make it
Later re-worked the song for Invincible album in 2001
The song did not make the cut for the album
The song features a rapper named Fats
The 1987 version was released on The Ultimate Collection in 2004

Chicago 1945 - (Michael Jackson, Steve Porcaro)
Evolved into "Al Capone"
Failed to make the Bad album.
A newer version of the song was recorded by Jackson in 1999 but it failed to make the Invincible album.

Colors of My Soul - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2000.
Possibly recorded in 2006 with Whitney Houston background vocals.

Crack Kills - (Michael Jackson, RUN D.M.C)
Written for the Bad album with RUN D.M.C but they never got around the song

Creepin' In - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2000

Crush - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2003.
Recorded in 2004 featuring Drake Bell.

Cry - (Michael Jackson)
Not to be confused with "Cry" a song featured on the 2001 album Invincible

D.I.E - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2006
Recorded in 2009 with the band Slipknot.

Days Of The Broken Hearted - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded by Jackson featuring Whitney Houston in 2007.

Days In Gloucestershire - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and Recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal
Also known as Gloucestershire

Dead Or Alive - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2004.

Deep In The Night - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1987

Do You Know Where Your Children Are - (Michael Jackson)
Failed to make the Dangerous album.
Also know as 12 O'Clock.
Full version leaked online in 2010.
Guitar performed by Slash.
Failed to make Michael album.

Do You Love Me - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1999 for an album the was shelved

Do You Want Me - (Michael Jackson, Dru Hill)
Written in 1999
Failed to make the Invincible album

Doing Dirty - (Michael Jackson)
Written around 1993

Don't Be Messin - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and Recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal
May have been a finished version of Don't Be Messin' Around

Don't Be Messin' Around - (Michael Jackson)
Song features Jackson playing on piano
Bruce Sweiden stated that this song would have been a master piece

Don't Make Me Stay - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Theron Feemster III)
Written and Recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Dreams - (Michael Jackson, will.i.am)
Written and recorded in 2007 possibly with will.i.am

Easy - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1999 for an album that wa shelved

Eaten Alive - (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Michael Jackson)
Original version of the song written by the Gibb brothers, but was reworked by Jackson who was granted co-writer credits
A demo version was recorded by Jackson but remains unreleased.
Later recorded by Diana Ross
Released on Diana Ross' album, with the same name, with Michael as backing vocals.

Ekam Satyam (The One Truth) - (Michael Jackson, A.R Rahman, Kanika Myer Bharat, A.R Parthasarathy)
Written and recorded in 1999
Song features A.R Rahman who is singing in Sankrit, and Jackson singing in English
Intended to be the upcoming album in 2003

Elizabeth, I Love You - (Michael Jackson)
Written and performed by Jackson as a tribute to his friend Elizabeth Taylor in 1997
No official release, though bootleg recordings taken from the 1997 performance exist

Entertainment Tonight - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2000

Escape - (Michael Jackson)
Recorded during the Invincible recording sessions
While Michael was on trial, the song illegally leaked online
Jackson was going to sue the company but refused
Also known as "Xscape" or "Xcape"
Intended to be on the upcoming album in 2003

Exotic Dancer - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
Written and recorded in 2004 possibly with Madonna
The track happens to be James Porte's song

Face - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1993
Failed to make HIStory album

Fall In Love - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album

Fanfare Transition - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1992
Also known as Fanfare 1992

Fear - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1993
Failed to make HIStory album

Fever - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren)
Written and recorded in 1991 during Dangerous sessions
One of around 20-25 songs Jackson been working with Bryan Loren

For The World - (Michael Jackson, Theron Feemster III)
Written and Recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Force - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2003 for album but was never released

Free - (Michael Jackson)
May have been written for Dangerous album

From The Bottom Of My Heart - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2005
Was scheduled to be released as a charity recording for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Appears to be a later version of "I Have This Dream".

Game Over - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1992
Recorded in 2001 Featuring Justin Timberlake.
Believed to have a fragment of Usher in the song.

Get Around - (Michael Jackson, LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins)
Written and recorded in 2001
Considered to be on the Invincible album but failed to make the final tracklisting

Get Back On Me - (Michael Jackson)
Written during Bad sessions

Girls, Girls, Girls - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2001 during Invincible sessions
The song features Jay Z

Girls of Another Love - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1998

Goin' To Rio - (Michael Jackson, Carole Bayer Sager)
Written in 1976
Failed to make the Off The Wall album.
Demo version by Jackson known to exist.

Got To Find A Way Somehow - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1979
May have failed to make Off The Wall album

Green Hornet Groove - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and Recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Groove Of Midnight - (Rod Temperton)
Written around the Bad era
Recorded by Siedah Garrett on her album Kiss of Life (1988)
A demo by Jackson surfaced on the Internet in 2003.

H2O - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Theron Feemster III)
Written and Recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Halloween Night - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2003.
Recorded in 2004 with Marilyn Manson in background vocals.
Have a solo guitar performed by Slash.

Happy Birthday, Lisa - (Michael Jackson)
Also known as Lise, It's Your Birthday
The song is appeared on The Simpsons episode Stark Raving Dad in September 19, 1991
Michael couldn't record his version due to contract issues.
He was only allowed to voiced his attached character (named Leon Kompowsky)
It was later recorded by a California group Venice's singer Christopher Kipp Lennon who imitate Michael's voice
Michael's version leaked online in 2007

Healing My Feelings - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2004

Heaven Is Here - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1991

He Who Makes the Sky Grey - (Michael Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Prince Sheik Abdullah of Bahrain)
Written c. 2005
Featured background vocals by Kim Chandler

Higher Ground - (Stevie Wonder)
A Stevie Wonder song that musician Donny Osmond confirmed he had been working with Jackson on in a 2003 television interview

Holiday Inn - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1976
Recorded in 1984

Hollywood - (Michael Jackson)
Not to be confused with Hollywood Tonight a song features on Michael
Written and recorded in 2000.
Re-worked in 2006, 2008 and 2009.

House of Style - (Michael Jackson)
Written in c. 2003.
Suppose to be on Michael Jackson 2003 album titled Resurrection

Hot Fever - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1985
Evolved into "The Way You Make Me Feel"

Hot Street - (Rod Temperton)
Failed to make the Thriller album because Rod Temperton thought it would be too weak of a song for inclusion.

Humanity - (The Jacksons)
Written in 1995
The song was recorded for a new Jacksons album that was shelved

I Am Forever - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2000.
A demo of version Best Of Joy.

I Am A Loser - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2001
Failed to make the Invincible album.
3 snippet know to exist.

I Can See A Brighter Day - (Michael Jackson, Red One)
Written and recorded in 2008
The only song that was finished with Red One

I Was A Loser - (Michael Jackson)
Not to be confused with I Am A Loser
Written and recorded in 2009

I Can't Get Off My Mind - (Michael Jackson)
Jackson worked on the song in the early 1990s.
A demo version/mono acetate is known to exist

I Don't Live Here Anymore - (Michael Jackson)
Written c. 2001
Failed to make the Invincible album

If You Don't Get It - (John Legends)
Written and recorded in 2006

I Forgive You - (Michael Jackson, will.i.am)
Written and recorded in 2007 possibly with will.iam

I Have This Dream - (Michael Jackson, Carole Bayer Sager)
Re-written as "From the Bottom of My Heart"(see above).
Also known as "I Have a Dream"
An instrumental version leaked online in 2006

I Have This Love Of Me - (Michael Jackson)
May have written in the 2000's

I Love You - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2004
Acordding with Jackson it's the best song about Love.

I Love You More - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2005.
Recorded by Jackson featuring Britney Spears.
Acordding with Jackson it's a continuation of the another song. (See above).
Also know as I Love You Too.

If You Don't Love Me - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Had been scheduled for release on a shelved special edition of the Dangerous album.
Written and recorded in 1991.
Failed to make the Dangerous album.

I'm Still the King - (Michael Jackson, will.iam)
One of the songs Jackson worked on with Will.I.Am in 2006.
Failed to make the Michael album

In The Valley - (Michael Jackson)
May have written in the 1990's

Iowa - (Michael Jackson)
Classical piece confirmed by sister Janet Jackson in a 1993 magazine interview

Innocent Man - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

It Don't Matter To Me - (Michael Jackson, Paul Anka)
Written in 1984

It's All About You - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2007

Joy - (Michael Jackson)
Written In 1992
Failed to make the Dangerous album

Jungle - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Just Remember - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Just Say No - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1994
Suppose to be on HIStory album but failed to make it
Later released on the remix album titled Blood On The Dance Floor: HIStory In The Mix, with the original titled Morphine

Keep Your Head Up (Alternate Version) - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
Written and recorded in 2007 at the Cascios' house
A new version was released in late 2010 on the 1st posthumous album, Michael

Kick It - (Michael Jackson, LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins)
Written In 2001
Failed to make the Invincible album

King Tutankhamun - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written in 2004
Re-worked the song in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Kreeton Overture - (Michael Jackson, Jai Winding, Marty Paich)
Written in 1984 for the opening of The Jacksons' Victory Tour

Lady Of Summer - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Theron Feemster III)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Learned My Lesson - (Michael Jackson)
Written in the 1980's
Two versions of the song were registered with the United States Copyright Office.
The song is a later version of "Much Too Soon".

Legacy - (Michael Jackson, will.i.am)
Written in 1998
Re-worked in 2000,2005 and 2006 possibly with Will.I.Am.

Letter 2 My Unborn - (Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur)
Originally written for Tupac Shakur with Michael Jackson on background vocals.
It was unknown whether the song was recorded or not

Lies & Lies - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1992
Recorded in 1998
Believed to have a fragment of 50 Cent. in the song.

Light Man - (Michael Jackson)
Intro for Michael Jackson's This Is It Tour

Light This Way - (Michael Jackson, Sheik Abdullah of Bahrain)
Recorded in 2005 in Bahrain

Little Girls - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly recorded for Dangerous album

Llama Loma - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly recorded for Dangerous album

Lonely Bird - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly recorded for Dangerous album

Lonely Man - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly recorded for Dangerous album

Love - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2000
Recorded in 2006 featuring Celine Dion

Love Is Here With Me - (Michael Jackson)
Written in c. 1987

Love Never Felt So Good - (Michael Jackson)
Recorded by Johnny Mathis on his album A Special Part of Me (1984)
Demo version by Jackson is known to exists

Lucy Is in Love With Linus - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly recorded for Dangerous album

Make A Wish - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly written around Bad sessions

Make Or Break - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1997
Recorded in 2003 with Mariah Carey for an album but was never released

Maybe Tomorrow - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2003
Suppose to be on the 2003 album titled Resurrection but the album was cancelled

Maybe We Can Do It - (Michael Jackson, Sean Combs)
Written and recorded in 2001
Features Jackson and Sean Combs
Failed to make the Invincible album

Miss You - (Michael Jackson, will.i.am)
One of the songs Jackson worked on with Will.I.Am in 2006
This song is written in memory of the deceased "Godfather of Soul" James Brown
The song is also known as "I'm Gonna Miss You", 'Miss You So Much and "I Will Miss You"

Men In Black - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren)
Written in 1990 for Dangerous album
One of around 20-25 songs that Michael and Bryan Loren worked on
Alternatively titled Man In Black
It was intended to be the first single from Michael's next album

Michael's Affirmation - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Michael McKellar - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1991
Failed to make the Dangerous album

MJ/BB Orchestral - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal
There are 3 versions of the song

MJ Melody - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1984
Recorded in 1992

Monster - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1998
Re-worked the song in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal
Not to be confused with "Monster" a song featured on the 2010 album Michael

Monster (Alternate Version) - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
Written and recorded in 2007 at the Cascios' house
A new version was released in late 2010 on the 1st posthumous album, Michael

Neverland Landing - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written around the 1980's
Re-worked the song in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Nite Line - (David Faragher, Glen Ballard, BrieHoward)
Written c. 1981
Failed to make the Thriller album

Nymphette Lover - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1981
Failed to make the Thriller album

Ode To Sorrow - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1977
Recorded in 1984

On My Anger - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Written and recorded in 1999
Failed to make the Invincible album

Pajamas - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009 during Michael Jackson's This Is It rehersal

Pictures - (Michael Jackson)
Recorded in 2009 With Lady Gaga
It Was to opening This Is It.

People Have to Make Some Sort of Joke - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2000

People of the World - (Michael Jackson, J-FRIENDS)
The song was first released by the Japanese band "J-FRIENDS"

Peter Pan - (Michael Jackson)
Failed To Make Dangerous album.
Song mentioned by Jackson on the 1993 CD The Michael Jackson Interview

Pressure - (Michael Jackson, Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins, Harvey Mason, LaShawn Daniels)
Failed to make the Invincible album
Re-worked the song in 2003 for an upcoming album

Pressure (2) - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren)
Not to be confused with Pressure (see above) that was written for Michael Jackson Invincible album
Written in 1990 for Dangerous album
One of around 20-25 songs that Michael and Bryan Loren worked on

Price Of Fame - (Michael Jackson)
Failed to make the Bad album
Had been scheduled as the theme for a Pepsi commercial starring Jackson, but was replaced by "Bad"

Pyramid Girl - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1986
Failed To Make Bad album.
Evolved into "Liberian Girl"

Ready 2 Win - (Michael Jackson. Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album
Was re-titled Winning

Red Eye - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1991.

Resurrection - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2003
Had been intended for an album Jackson had been working on in 2003, but the album was never released but cancelled due to Michael Jackson's child sex abuse allegations
The album was possibly a 2 discs album

Revolution - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2001

Rise Above It All - (Dr. Freeze)
Composed and produced by Dr. Freeze during the Invincible sessions
Has not been finalized, vocal parts may not have been recorded

River Ripple - (Michael Jackson)
Jackson wanted to perform this ballad at final dates of the This Is It tour with an African choir and his children.

Rocker - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009

Rock Tonight - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009

Rolling The Dice - (Rod Temperton)
Jackson worked on the song with Temperton and Quincy Jones during the Thriller recording sessions.
Failed to make the Thriller album

Satisfy - (Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam, James Harris)
Mariah Carey song featuring Jackson on backing vocals
Failed to make Mariah Carey's 2002 Charmbracelet album

Shine - (Duawne Starling, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.

Saturday Night Woman - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2000.
According to Jackson, about a girl trying to attract attention and attends many parties rather than focusing on their relationship.

Secret Passage - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1998-1999
May have failed to make the Invincible album

Seduction - (Michael Jackson, Shelby Lee Myrick III)
Written and recorded in 2001
Failed to make the Invincible album
Re-worked the song in 2003 for an upcoming album titled Resurrection but cancelled

Seeing Voices - (Michael Jackson, Ray Charles)
Written and recorded in 2000
Song features Ray Charles
Intended to be on the upcoming album in 2003 but cancelled

Serious Effect - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Features rap by LL Cool J
Had been scheduled for release on a shelved special edition of the Dangerous album
Failed to make the Dangerous album

Seven Bright New Stars - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren, D. Brack)
Written and recorded in 1991

Seven Digits - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren)
Written and recorded in 1990
Also known as 7 Digits
Failed to make the Dangerous album

Shout - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2001
Was complete for Invincible album but was replaced by You Are My Life
Later released as a single in the European countries

She Got It - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley, Bill Botrell)
Recorded in 1991
Had been scheduled for release on a shelved special edition of the Dangerous album
Failed to make the Dangerous album

She's My Girl - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2001.
Also know as She's Mine
Recorded with Will.I.Am

She's Not A Girl - (Unknown)
Possibly written in the 1990's

She's Trouble - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly written in 1981
Failed to make the Thriller album
Also Know as Trouble
Recorded in 1987.
Re-worked and finished in 1996.

Shut Up And Dance - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince)
Written in 1999, may have not recorded vocals

She Was Lovin' Me - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley, Mark Rooney)
Recorded in 2000
Failed to make the Invincible album
Later recorded by Brain Beat

Siegfried & Roy - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1989 for illusionists Siegfried & Roy
Two versions—vocal and instrumental—registered with the United States Copyright Office
Thought to be an early version of "Mind Is the Magic"

Silent Spring - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Theron Feemster III)
Written and recorded in 2009

Slapstick - (Michael Jackson)
Worked on by Jackson during the Thriller recording sessions
The song is an early demo version of "Hot Street"

Slave To The Rhythm - (L.A Reid, Babyface, Michael Jackson)
Produced by Tricky Stewart.
Written and recorded in 1998
Was re-titled The Rhythm Of Love'
Many different versions have been leaked, but the full version was leaked online in 2010.

Soldier Boy - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album
The song wasn't completely finished

Soldier's Entrance - (Michael Jackson)
Worked on by Jackson in 1999 with a view to have it featured on the Invincible album

Song With Jae-R, & Omer Bhatti - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2004

Space Dance - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly written during Thriller sessions

Stand Tall - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1982

Starlight - (Rod Temperton)
Jackson worked on the song during the Thriller recording sessions.
Referred to by Jackson as "Starlight Sun" during his 1993 deposition; he sang, "Starlight ... Starlight Sun ... Gimme some starlight, for a new day has begun"
Evolved into "Thriller"

State Of Shock - (Michael Jackson, Randy Hansen)
One of three songs Jackson worked on with Queen's Freddie Mercury in 1983
Different version later released on Victory, with Mick Jagger.
Official release of this and the other Jackson-Mercury songs announced by Queen band member Roger Taylor.

Stay (1) - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren)
Written and recorded in 1988

Stay (2) - (Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
Written and recorded in 2007 at the Cascios' house
Not to be confused with Stay, the song featuring Bryan Loren
Also known as Carry On
Had been intended for an album Jackson had been working on in 2007, but the album was never released

Still Got It - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2003 for an album but it was never released

Stop The War - (Michael Jackson, Carole Bayer Sager)
Written c. 1999
Failed to make the Invincible album.

Stop Thrown' Your Life Away - (Michael Jackson, Theron Feemster III)
Written during Bad sessions
The song was finally completed in 2009

Strawberry Fields Forever - (John Lennon)
Cover version of The Beatles song of the same name by Michael Jackson
It was scheduled to appear on a shelved 1990 greatest hits compilation

Susie - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1978
Could have evolved into "Little Susie" a song featured on Jacksons 1995 album HIStory

Tender - (Michael Jackson)
Written in c. 1986

Thanks Heaven - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1999

Thank You For Life - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2001
May have failed to make the Invincible album

That - (Michael Jackson)
Possibly written during Invincibe sessions

The Dark Lady - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009

The Fields of Athenry - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2006

The Future - (Michael Jackson, will.i.am)
Written In 2006.
Also known as In The Future
Worked on with Will.I.Am.
Intended to release as a posthumous album in 2010 but was later changed to Michael.

The Gloved One - (Sisqó)
Written and recorded in 2001
Failed to make the Invincible album
Also known as Gloved One

The Hunt - (Michael Jackson, Randy Jackson, David Piach, Steve Porcaro)
Possibly written for Bad album

The Nightmare of Edgar Alan Poe - (Michael Jackson, Walter Afanasieff)
Written c. 2000
Had been scheduled to feature in the shelved independently financed film The Nightmare of Edgar Alan Poe, which Jackson was slated to appear in
Alternatively titled "Edgar Alan Poe"

The Pain - (Shawn Stockman, Jay Harvey Mason, Rodney Jerkins)
Written in c. 2001
Failed to make the Invincible album
Re-worked in 2003 for an upcoming album

The Toy - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1981 for a Richard Pryor movie

There Must Be More Life Than This - (Freddie Mercury)
One of three songs Jackson worked on with Queen's Freddie Mercury in 1983
Recorded by Freddie Mercury as a solo version on his album Mr. Bad Guy (1985)
Official release of this and the other Jackson-Mercury songs announced by Queen band member Roger Taylor.

The World Is No Church - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1999
Had been scheduled to released as an album/compilation in 1999

Think Twice - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009

This Is It - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1980
Not to be confused with "This Is It" (Also known as "I Never Heard" prior to Jackson's version of the song being released) a song featured on the 2009 soundtrack album Michael Jackson's This Is It

This Is Our Time - (Michael Jackson, Lauryn Hill, David Foster)
Failed to make the Invincible album
Despite rumours to the contrary, the song was not recorded as a duet with Hill.

To Satisfy You - (Michael Jackson, Byran Loren)
Written during the Dangerous recording sessions, but Jackson did not like it and gave it to Loren for his 1992 album Music From the New World. In this version Jackson is singing the background vocals.
Solo recording by Michael Jackson known to exist

To The World - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2000

Tomboy - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1985
Failed to make the Bad album
Also known as "Townboy"

Tragedy of a Cheer-leader - (Unknown)
Written in 1991 during Dangerous sessions

Trash - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2003 for an album but was never released

Trial Of The Century - (Unknown)
Written and possibly recorded in 2006 with a number of rappers, such as 50 Cent, Lucy Diamonds and DJ Whoo Kid.

Triple Threat Cable - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 1999 for an album that was shelved

Tubeway - (Michael Jackson)
Written c. 1999
Failed to make the Invincible album

Turning Me Off - (Unknown)
Written during Bad sessions

Under My Skin - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1979

Unknown - (Michael Jackson, Robin Thicke)
Possibly written in 1999 for an album that was shelved
The track titled happened to be a latin name

Verdicts - (Michael Jackson, Bryan Loren)
Written in 1990 for Dangerous album
One of around 20-25 songs that Michael and Bryan Loren worked on

Vibrationist - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Written c. 1999
Failed to make the Invincible album
Alternatively titled The Vibrationist

Victory - (Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury)
One of three songs Jackson worked on with Queen's Freddie Mercury in 1983
Demo version known to exist
Official release of this and the other Jackson-Mercury songs announced by Queen band member Roger Taylor.

Visions - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2003 for an album but was never released

Water - (Michael Jackson. Eddie Cascio, James Porte)
The song was reportedly recorded by Jackson in 2007 at the Cascios' house.
Failed to make the Michael album
Michael may have sang the snippet on Michael Jackson's This Is It movie

Water (2) - (Michael Jackson, Theron Feemster III)
Written in 2009.
Possibly a finalized version of the song of the same name. (see above)

Walk Away - (Michael Jackson, Michael Durham Prince, Bradley Buxer)
Written and recorded in 2009

We Are The Kings - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2004.
Recorded by Jackson featuring Madonna, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.
Have a piece of one song unreleased of Elvis Presley.

We Are The One - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1999.

We Can Get Wet, Babe - (Michael Jackson)
Fully titled Splash, We Can Get Wet, Babe
Written in . 1988

What A Lonely Way To Go - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1975

What About Us - (Michael Jackson)
Written originally for the Dangerous album
Evolved into "Earth Song"

What Makes You Think - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2007.
Features Beyonce background vocals.

What You Do to Me - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 1985
First registered with the United States Copyright Office in 1985
Failed to make the Bad album
Re-registered with the United States Copyright Office in 1998, having possibly been re-written
Failed to make the Invincible album

What's A Guy Gotta Do - (Pharrell Williams)
Written in 2000
Failed to make the Invincible album

What's It Gonna Be - (Michael Jackson)
The song is not "What's It Gonna Be?!", recorded by Jackson's sister Janet and Busta Rhymes

Who Do You Love - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in the 1980's
Alternative title of Behind The Mask.

Who Do You Know - (Michael Jackson)
Written c. 1998
Failed to make the Invincible album

Why Can't I Be - (Michael Jacksonn)
Written in 1980

Wonderful World of Candy - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded by Jackson in duet with Nisha Kataria in 2003 for a forthcoming album.

Work That Body - (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley)
Written in 1990
Failed to make the Dangerous album

You Are A Liar - (Michael Jackson)
Failed to make the Invincible album
Also known as "You're a Liar" and "You're a Liar, Brother"
Intended to be on the 2003 album but was cancelled

You Are So Beautiful - (Michael Jackson)
Song Jackson began writing during his 2005 child sexual abuse trial, as a thank you to his fans for their ongoing support

You Think You Know Me - (Michael Jackson)
Written and recorded in 2001.

You Told Me Your Loving - (Michael Jackson)
Written in 2003 for an upcoming album but was cancelled

You're Supposed To Keep Your Love For Me - (Michael Jackson)
Originally recorded in 1975 by Jermaine Jackson, with Wonder, Jackie Jackson and Michael on backing vocals
Re-cut solo version by Jermaine featured on his 1980 Let's Get Serious album, replacing the original recording featuring brother Michael

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