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Slave To The Rhythm - Michael Jackson - Xscape (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 31,  · Epic Records and Michael Jackson's estate have announced they'll release "XSCAPE," an 8-song collection of previously unreleased tracks from the late King of Pop, on May
  2. May 08,  · Slave to the Rhythm is the 5 song featured on recording artist, Michael Jackson's second posthumous album, Xscape. The original version is 4 minutes 35 seconds in length, while the album version is 4 minutes, 15 seconds long. The song was written and recorded in and , with L.A. Reid and Babyface during sessions for the Dangerous album, but failed to make it through the .
  3. Michael Jackson's XSCAPE Vinyl Album. Product Details. Vinyl (June 10, ) Slave to the Rhythm: Michael Jackson: $ Buy MP3: 6. Do You Know Where Your Children Are: Michael Jackson: $ Michael Jackson's XSCAPE CD Listen to Samples and Buy MP3s.
  4. For the serious Michael Jackson fans, the Estate of Michael Jackson and Epic Records offer a deluxe edition of the album, which includes a collection of the original recordings. The primary vision for XSCAPE, however, was to “make it new” (to adopt the modernist credo) to accentuate the music’s relevance to the here and now.
  5. Mar 18,  · XSCAPE Michael Jackson; 17 videos; , views; Last updated on Mar 18, ; Michael Jackson - Slave To The Rhythm by Michael Jackson. .
  6. Jun 19,  · Michael Jackson Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Epic/MJJ); Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - SonyATV, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA.
  7. Features the original recordings & the single "Love Never Felt So Good". Includes DVD with XSCAPE documentary. CD-4 and CD Contains a portion of the composition "A Horse With No Name," written by Dewey Bunnell/5(5).
  8. Timbaland's executive production of the late King of Pop's sundry demos makes Xscape sound like an addendum to his and Justin Timberlake's albums -- call it The 20/20 Experience and sure enough, JT pops up on "Love Never Felt So Good." Neo-disco girds "Loving You," and "Slave to the Rhythm" is vintage Timbo twerk (if only Missy were on it).
  9. The deluxe edition of Xscape contains the original demos of the eight songs on this album -- it's a short record by any measure -- and, ultimately, these are fascinating in a way the finished tracks aren't; these spare voice and keyboard sketches are nevertheless full-bodied, so it's possible to imagine how the songs would've fit on Bad, Dangerous, or Invincible.

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