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Daemon
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Michael Jackson's Thriller Hits Shelves (1982)

Michael Jackson's second solo album, Thriller, propelled him to superstardom. Along with its title track, Thriller boasted such hits as "Beat It," "Billie Jean," "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'," and "Human Nature." Several of these songs were accompanied by music videos—then a new medium—and showcased Jackson's iconic dance moves. The album sold more than 40 million copies and won a record-breaking eight Grammy Awards. What other titles were considered for the song "Thriller"? More...
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I bought it, I think almost everyone on the planet bought it. I still prefer Weird Al Yankovic's Eat It to the original Beat It.
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MJ is a real moon walker. He is the only human who is born as a symbol of dance. And i think , people is right in calling him as the KING OF POP. His pride, glory, name and fame will never end till the world comes to an end........
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best choreography video ever
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I still dance to it.
Barnacle Barney Bill
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My kids and grand-kids watched the video over and over. I think I can still do a moon walk. Well, maybe. I haven't tried it in a year or two. Weird Al. Wow! Forgot about him. He made some funny stuff. I think I will look him up on YouTube.
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Though he had a great ear for music, something was missing within his life which most of us will know nor ever want to know.
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