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TOPIC: michael jackson's comeback
#3230
dail m

michael jackson's comeback 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
can michael jackson make a comeback with the new guy?
 
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#3237
andrew

Re:michael jackson's comeback 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
Nope he's finished I reckon; he's going to find it very hard to make a comeback and has got great finaclal problems. I hope to never see him again.
 
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#3312
Al

Let's hope he's successful. 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
For one thing he has enormous talent. For another, I don't want anyone to be driven out of the music industry (or anything else) by gossipers or malicious persecutions. Michael Jackson is weird by the standards of many people, but that does not make him a villain. He was cleared of serious charges and so let's allow him to live his life and pursue his musical career.
 
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#3316
justice

Re:michael jackson's comeback 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
i think he's guilty.
 
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#3328
Man In Hattan

Jackson moves ahead 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
By Jonathan Cohen Tue Apr 25, 2:20 AM ET

NEW YORK (Billboard) - Embattled pop star
Michael Jackson is eyeing a collaboration with rapper 50 Cent.

The first fruit of a potential pairing would likely appear on a mixtape spearheaded by DJ Whoo Kid, a member of 50 Cent's crew, who told Billboard.com he is heading to Bahrain in two weeks to take possession of tracks Jackson has been working on in his home studio.

50 Cent's spokesperson said the rapper has made no commitment to appear on the mixtape -- a DJ-produced compilation popular in the hip-hop world -- or on Jackson's next studio album, which will be released on his new Two Seas label.

Sources say the first single from that as-yet-untitled project, "Now That I Found Love," will be released November 21. The track is being produced by Jackson and longtime collaborator Bruce Swedien, who engineered the classic track "Thriller" and co-produced the album "Dangerous."

Two Seas Records is a joint venture between Jackson and Abdulla Hamad Al-Khalifa. U.K. record executive Guy Holmes has been tapped as CEO of the label and will also be tasked with managing Jackson's other business interests.
 
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#3457
david

Re:michael jackson's comeback 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
Michael Jackson can still sell records and be succesful.

Nearly everyday there is a media story about what Jackson is doing from his
new base in Bahrain.

I think Jackson will remain in self imposed exile in Bahrain and run his career effectively by remote control. One of the most interesting aspects is the record company Two Seas Records.

Will 2Seas Records sell CD's or concentrate on official digital music downloads.

I don't imagine Jackson will return to the United States - I think he has had a gutfull of the USA after all the events (trials and accusations) of the past few
years.

The charity record is running very behind schedule .. will it come out or not??

David
 
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#3483
Has Sony BMG MJ still under contract? Will the new label be distributed by Sony BMG? (nm) 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
nm
 
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