This category is for songs written or co-written by Michael Jackson. Pages in category "Songs written by Michael Jackson". The following 113 pages are in this category, out of 113 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). 2000 Watts (Michael Jackson song).
Every GOJIRA Album, Ranked from Best to Worst Every MANOWAR Album, Ranked from Best to Worst Every ACCEPT Album, Ranked from Best to Worst Every MESHUGGAH Album, Ranked from Best to Worst Every SLIPKNOT Album, Ranked From Best to Worst. VIEW ALL. Album Ranking. You got to remember, I mean, the only show in town when King Edward came out was Gibson and Fender, and this whole movement was going on out here in California, you had all these amazing guitar luthiers and young guys, it’s like this booming guitar thing going on. All those guys were doing it at the same time, which was a crazy, really magical time in guitar at that time.
Anything Is Possible is the third album by Debbie Gibson, released on November 20, 1990, under the Atlantic Records label. At the time of the album's release in late 1990, Gibson was 20 years old and the late-1980s teen pop wave was near its end. The album was Gibson's first to not reach the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, peaking at in the United States. It sold many fewer copies than her previous two albums, Out of the Blue and Electric Youth, both of which had gone multi-platinum.
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Think about this: how many times have you seen or heard MJ fans referred to as rabid, fanatical, crazy, deranged, delusional, lunatic, et. It’s a way of robbing us of our credibility as we attempt to advocate, defend, and seek justice for MJ, and it’s used by haters to marginalize fans in the eyes of skeptics. His desire to have that album recorded and released by Sony was absolute.
My print column this week examines whether Michael Jackson really sold 750 million albums, as many news outlets reported after his death late last month. An engineer in Paris, Guillaume Vieira, has compiled his own totals for his Web site Fan of Music, putting Jackson’s sales at 20. million through last August. Estimates of Thriller sales remain as disparate as those for Mr. Jackson’s oeuvre. A press release from Tribune Co. in January announcing an article by Quincy Jones, the producer of Thriller, said the album sold 109 million copies.