Jackson argues that instead of focusing on unimportant issues, such as his lighter complexion and altered nose that the media obsessed over, they should focus on issues actually impacting people and leave him alone. The intro starts with a woman whispering with a soft piano playing in the background proposing to have sex with Jackson.
The song then jumps right back to the new-jack-swing style, with the singer rebutting that while he is interested, he cannot make their desires public given the nature of his life. Billboard Hot upon release. With an upbeat but nostalgic feel that many can relate to,. The song takes a slow, soft and melodic pace, taking a step back from the dominant sounds of the album.
In , following this song, Jackson established the Heal the World Foundation. He donated millions of dollars to humanitarian issues including hunger, medicine and education for children. Jackson donated all profits from his Dangerous World Tour to the foundation, raising millions of dollars. He also brought underprivileged children to his theme park in the Neverland Ranch, providing them with a short but unforgettable time to escape from the troubles in their lives.
After 30 years, the themes of racial equality, humanitarianism and love, along with the groove of the newjack-swing style, make this classic as enjoyable and underrated as ever. Contact: dheba theticker. Cancel reply. Your email address will not be published. Submit Search. Album cover sleeve was decent. The only issue I have is that paper inner sleeves with tiny lyrics were included.
I immediately transferred my vinyl set to proper sleeves for protection against scratches and a reduction in static that paper causes. One person found this helpful. Top heavy with Teddy Riley's beat-driven influence, the urban sound is nicely balanced by Bill Bottrell's rock contributions. Why You Wanna Trip on Me is a tight guitar-driven hip hop rhythmic explosion written by Teddy Riley that has MJ mystified by media obsession with his every move while children go hungry. Produced by Riley, In the Closet begins with a boring spoken word intro, followed by a spare, industrial rhythm track that ushers in MJ at his most seductive and mysterious--a radio and video favorite.
Written by MJ and Teddy Riley, She Drives Me Wild contains an annoying car horn and what seems like an adult answer to Prince's more aggressive sexually-suggestive lyrics of that time. Nice smooth swing beat that received generous airplay. Heal the World is the requisite MJ anthem reminding despoilers of Earth that their children and everyone else's children will inherit the mess that parents leave behind.
Similar to We Are the World, this song inspired record-setting charitable efforts. Written and composed by MJ to include orchestral arrangements and backing vocals by children, it is beautiful. Black or White is dominated by Slash's guitar with rap lyrics written and spoken by Bill Bottrell. The song is written and composed by MJ and is extremely irritating due to over-exposure on radio and video plus simplistic views of North American race relations.
This is an excellent song with emotional cries of love, loss, and loneliness. Reminiscent of Dirty Diana's dark mystery, this song is MJ's demand, not request, but outright demand for sexual submission. Slash guides the listener through MJ's story of twisted seduction with ominous guitar riffs. Will You Be There reminds the listener that MJ is not just a performer, but also a writer, composer, arranger, and inspirer through sheer force of talent.
This is a gospel-influenced anthem with many moving parts effectively blended by MJ to include an orchestra, a choir, and an array of tried and true studio musicans. This song is also MJ's insistence that he is not a god or a symbol for idolatrous worship, he is a human being and should be treated as such. Keep the Faith also showcases a strong gospel influence. Excellent, gritty, bottom-level gospel-flavored soul. Gone Too Soon is the rare song on this album neither written nor produced nor arranged by MJ.
Sentimental and sad, somewhat bland, it is a song of mourning that will provide a sense of comfort for those left behind. With Dangerous, Riley and Bottrell once more combine their efforts with hard-driving New Jack beats and a spoken word caution by MJ between verses.
This is MJ's "yeah, me too" agreement with Bell Biv Devoe's Poison about a bent woman who traps and manipulates and takes money away from the unwary hopefully not MJ! This is not a review of the music what can I say that hasn't already been said? It's amazing , but it is a review of the vinyl album itself. I was very pleased with the quality of this pressing. Sounds super clean! No issues at all upon first listen. Both sound soooo crisp and amazing and full of depth.
See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. A fabulous album, crammed with great hits! They say it cost 2 million dollars to record, I'm not surprised. They can say what they want about Michael Jackson, but he sure knew how to make great pop. He was a true star and a class act. He didn't need to use bad language in his songs like some of the gutter-bound clowns in the charts today. He was above all that. What is there not to like about this The music speaks for itself so this is a review review of the LP itself.
The artwork on this is stunning and are pressed in high quality gram vinyl. The great feature also is each songs lyrics are included on each sleeve holding the two vinyl LPs. Huge Artist amazing album in a luxury Vinyl album definitely worthy of any music fans collection. You owe this album several listens. I hated it in first listen and it grew into my favourite album ever.
It is so eclectic with soul, gospel, rock, new jack swing, hip hop and funk influences. Michael's superb vocal range is highlighted across all these genres. Personal favourites are Who Is It with the constant beatbox making up the background rhythm, stripped back and highlighted as the song finishes and Dangerous. Both songs are Michael at his absolute vocal peak. Great sound quality on vinyl, good packaging but it could have been gatefold.
This is probably the second best album he has ever done, the best being Thriller. It sounds very different to his other stuff and it pays off. It could be the best but has pacing issues especially at the end. If they cut a few songs off this could have been his best album. Very good album. The eighth studio album from MJ shows how he always pushed the boundaries and tried to reinvigorate music styles. This album certainly has a pure funk feel and contains a number of what would be considered his greatest hits such as Black or White, Heal The World, Remember The Time yes the one with Eddie Murphy in the video , the catchy album title track Dangerous and Will You Be There featured in the 90's hit Free Willy.
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Dangerous is the eighth studio album by American singer Michael Jackson. It was released by Epic Records on November 26, Co-produced by Jackson, Bill Bottrell, Teddy Riley, and Bruce Swedien, the album was Jackson's first since Forever. Dangerous is the eighth studio album by American singer Michael Jackson. It was released by Epic Records on November 26, Co-produced by Jackson. Michael Jackson's album dangerous was released and the album had a bit of emotional songs about poverty, hunger, war, love, and helping children in the.