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Japan Reissues 10 Albums In Blu-Spec CD2 For The 60th Anniversary Of The Birth Of Michael Jackson.

On March 21, 2018, Sony Music Japan will reissue 10 albums of Michael Jackson Blu-Spec CD2 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of his birth. This reissue concerns the albums of his career but also posthumous albums as well as the Japanese King Of Pop compilation released for the 50 years of Michael Jackson.

• Off The Wall (remastered version of 2015)
• Thriller (remastered version of 2015)
• Bad (remastered version of 2015)
• Dangerous (remastered version of 2015)
• HIStory (remastered version of 2009)
• Invincible (original version)
• This Is It (original version)
• Michael (original version)
• Xscape (original version)
• King Of Pop (original version)

MJ Reissue 10 Albums Covers
Japan reissues 10 albums in Blu-Spec CD 2 for the 60th anniversary of the birth of Michael Jackson.

Source: MJ France / Billie Jean

The Next Brad Sundberg Meetings In Europe And Around The World. 25-01-'18

Brad SundbergBrad Sundberg was in France on the 17th, 18th and 19th of March 2017 for his 100th seminar 'In The Studio With Michael Jackson'. He continues regularly to tour the world's largest cities and here is the list of his 2018 appointments across Europe and the rest of the world.

All bookings are via ticketbud.com.

Saturday, February 17, 2018: Nashville
Saturday, February 24, 2018: London
Friday, March 16 and Saturday, March 17, 2018: Toronto
Friday 20th and Saturday 21st March 2018: Dublin
Thursday, May 17, 2018: Osaka
Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th May 2018: Tokyo
Friday the 22nd and Sunday the 24th of June: Los Angeles
Saturday, July 14th: Amsterdam
Tuesday 17 July: Copenhagen
Saturday, July 21st: Stockholm
Friday, August 31st and Sunday, September 2nd: Moscow
Saturday, September 22: London
Wednesday, October 10: Cologne
Saturday, October 13: Frankfurt
Saturday, November 3: Edmonton
Saturday, December 8th: New York

Source: MJ France / Billie Jean

Deborah Landis
Costume designer Deborah Landis, who created the red jacket Michael Jackson wore in his 'Thriller' video.

Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' Jacket Came To Be. 24-01-'18

Costume designer Deborah Landis explains how the setting for 'Thriller' and Jackson's physique influenced the iconic red leather jacket design.

Michael Jackson's night at the 1984 Grammy's was pretty unforgettable. Shades: check. Sequined jacket with epaulets: check. An armful of awards.

Jackson won a record-breaking eight Grammy's for his 1982 album 'Thriller', the best-selling album of all time.

The music video for the title track is iconic for one big reason. No, it's not the 'Walking Dead' version of Jackson — it's that badass leather jacket.

"There are moments when I say to someone, 'Oh yeah, I designed Michael Jackson's 'Thriller',' and I don't believe it," costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis said. "I feel like I'm lying!"

Landis is a film and TV costume designer with credits that include 'Raiders Of The Lost Ark', 'Coming To America', 'The Blues Brothers' and 'Animal House', to name a few.

She attributes the look of Jackson's red leather jacket to reductive design.

Thriller Jacket"It's not, 'What is reductive design?' The right question is, 'What do you mean by reductive?'" Landis said. "Where the word reductive comes in is, what cannot the costume be?

"He was in a movie theater; he was on a date. Then he left the movie theater. He danced in a dark alley. What was a color that really captured that moment, that captured the spirit of a horror film? Surrounded by zombies, what would really, really make sense. And that's the — making sense is the criteria we use the most narratively and visually," she explained. "That's reductive design. ... I came up with that red, and that red look, I think it just works on every level.

"It was the 80's, and I really felt like I wanted to build out his body," she said. "He was not a very big person. I like to say he was 99 pounds ringing wet. He had a 27-28 inch waist; his shoulders were extremely narrow; he weighed practically nothing.

"There was some deliberate bodybuilding on my part," Landis said.

She added: "When they've first left the theater and he's flirting with her and dancing around her and she's dancing forward and they're by that chain link fence, I love that part of the video. He's so appealing and attractive. The silhouette and the mass, especially up top, really work in the dance. He's the tip of the arrowhead, that triangle pushing forward on that street in the back alley by the cemetery with all the ghouls. The fact that he has that V, the fact that his body is a V from his navel out to the edge of his shoulders, it's graphic! It's active! There's a tension there! That combined with the color just pulls him forward. Even the camera movements in that moment in the dance. When it goes BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP. Everything combined. The look, the style, the shape, the silhouette and the music, and the talent were combined, and the choreography is bringing Michael absolutely right at the tip of your nose."

Landis admits she doesn't feel that enthused about all of her creations.

"I cringe when I see a lot of my work. Oh my goodness! There were times during 'Raiders Of The Lost Ark' where I had my eyes closed where I was like, 'Ooh, I would've done that differently,'" she said.

But when it comes to the 'Thriller' jacket, she wouldn't change a thing.

"I made those choices intuitively. I made those choices instinctively. ... Through the fullness of time, I've been able to see what I did and why," she said.

"When something's not right, the designer can't sleep. ... I've slept well for these past many years," Landis said.

Source: Newsy / Billie Jean

Lionel Richie Confesses He And Michael Jackson Wrote ‘We Are The World’ In Just One Day. 24-01-'18

Lionel Richie'We Are The World' is easily one of the most iconic songs of the past 50 years — but believe it or not, it was written in just one day.

In an appearance on Oprah’s Master Class, Lionel Richie admits that he and the King of Pop were given an impossible deadline for the song. Producer Quincy Jones told them, “I need the song now.”

Lionel and Michael Jackson had reportedly (and unsuccessfully) worked on the song for two weeks before that day, according to Lisa Campbell in her book, Michael Jackson: The King of Pop.

Lionel and Michael locked themselves away and got to work. “A day later,” Lionel says, “we had the bones for 'We Are The World'.'”

The song was written, but the two musical masterminds still needed to get other singers to agree to sing on the record with them. Nowadays, you can easily send someone a song demo via email — but that wasn’t an option for Michael and Lionel in 1985. Demos were still recorded on tapes and sent around to other musicians, but there was no time for that.

Lionel admits that he had people agreeing to be featured on a song they hadn’t heard yet because of the time crunch. But, thankfully, all those risks definitely paid off.

Despite the hard work on the song, Lionel says 'We Are The World' still succeeded “beyond our wildest imagination.”

Do you remember the first time you heard 'We Are The World?'

Source: Little Things / Billie Jean

PepsiSuper Bowl 2018 Might Feature Michael Jackson. 24-01-'18

Everyone knows the Super Bowl and especially the 1993 Halftime show with Michael Jackson.

It seems the 2018 edition which will take place on February 4, will see a bit of Michael! Obviously not for the halftime show but in the commercials!

The newly launched Pepsi Generation campaign pays tribute to the company’s 120-year history in pop culture. So they’re bringing Cindy Crawford back. Even Michael Jackson might make a cameo for the 2018 Super Bowl as we might see footage of Michael Jackson’s original Pepsi commercials too!

“Since our brand was founded more than a century ago, Pepsi has stood for a youthful spirit and the choice of a new generation,” said Chad Stubbs, Vice President, Marketing, Pepsi Trademark, North America. “2018 will be a year to celebrate the past while embracing the future; always reminding consumers to do what they love and have a little fun in their lives.”

Source: MJ VIbe / Billie Jean

Relive Michael Jackson, Prince Music At "Kings Of Pop" Show. 24-01-'18

The North Charleston POPS!, led by conductor Nick Palmer, will present “Kings of Pop” at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on Saturday, a celebration of the music of Michael Jackson and Prince.

It’s time to perfect your moonwalk as this performance will feature hits from the Jackson 5 and MJ’s solo albums, such as 'Off The Wall', 'Thriller' and 'Bad'. It’s also an ode to the Purple One (aka Love Symbol Moniker), with selections such as 'Little Red Corvette', 'When Doves Cry', '1999' and more, including 'Purple Rain', of course.

Special artists Gavin Hope and Jeans ‘n Classics also will be a part of the tribute. Dancing in your seat will be encouraged. Aisle-dancing acceptability will be determined by fire hazard regulations.

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27

Where: North Charleston Performing Arts Center, 5001 Coliseum Drive

Price: $15-$35; $10 cash-only parking

Michael and Prince
North Charleston POPS! presents "Kings of Pop" on Saturday 27, a tribute to Michael Jackson and Prince.

Source: Post And Courier / Billie Jean

Macauley Culkin Opens Up About Relationship With Michael: “It Never Struck Me As Odd. I Never Felt Uncomfortable”. 23-01-'18

Macauley CulkinWhen last we checked in with Home Alone star and quintessential child star Macauley Culkin he was putting to rest The Pizza Underground, the pizza-themed Velvet Underground parody band he started as a lark. In a new interview on the WTF With Marc Maron podcast, Mac touches on that project, but, more interestingly, delves into a number of the topics he’s more or less kept schtum about all these years—namely, his relationships to both Michael Jackson and his father.

Of the former, Culkin asserts that his relationship with Jackson, who was charged with seven counts of child molestation in 2003 before being acquitted, was never unsavory. “He was my best friend growing up for a good, fat stretch of my life,” he said, detailing how he first met Jackson backstage at a performance of 'The Nutcracker' at the Lincoln Center. Hilariously, Jackson was with Donald Trump at the time.

Maron grilled Culkin on Jackson’s behavior, and while Culkin admitted that Jackson was “emotionally young,” he framed it innocently. “He enjoyed my youthfulness. He liked being a kid with me,” he said. “It never struck me as odd. I never felt uncomfortable. That was just the way he was.”

He also provided a bit of insight into Jackson’s mindset in his final years. “He didn’t wanna go back home. Everything in his life felt tainted,” he said. “That was what happened with that last trial [in 2005], everything felt tainted. The only thing that was important to him was his immediate family.” Culkin then revealed he’s the godfather of Jackson’s daughter, Paris.

Source: Yahoo / Billie Jean

Quincy Jones Tapped For Michael Jackson, 'Man In The Mirror' Tribute Concert. 17-01-'18

Quincy JonesQuincy Jones will appear at a special concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of Michael Jackson's hit song, 'Man In The Mirror', set to stream live on YouTube January 19th at 7 p.m. PST.

The show will feature reinterpretations of 'Man In The Mirror' from several artists, including the song's co-writer Siedah Garrett (who also provided background vocals on the original) and the Myron McKinley jazz trio. McKinley's Earth, Wind and Fire bandmates, Verdine White and Ralph Johnson, are also set to appear at the event.

YouTube is hosting the concert with Korean music label SM, and the show will available on SM's YouTube channel.

SM also unveiled a new duet version of 'Man In The Mirror' that features Garrett and K-pop star BoA sharing vocal duties over a pristine arrangement from McKinley that builds to a chilling, gospel-tinged finale.

Source: Rolling Stone / Billie Jean

'Michael Jackson: United Kingdom Discography – Vinyl Records' (1972-2014) Book. 17-01-'18

Michael Jackson: United Kingdom Discography – Vinyl Records (1972-2014) Book CoverA new book is released on January 10th in the UK by publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform and it is all about Michael Jackson’s vinyl's from America between 1972 and 2014.

The book is just over 390 pages and has around 300 items. Just like the 'Ultimate Collector Book Series', but only for vinyl's from England.

Michael Jackson book. vinyl records full-color discography +1500 Images + 390 pages, lp's, singles 7" & 12". Images of front and back covers and A/B side labels of every Record. Discography edited in United Kingdom by Motown / Epic (1972 - 2014). A full-color guide for everyone. A consultation for those who want to remember or who are beginning to know the best artist of all time: The King of Pop. Welcome to: 'Michael Jackson: United States' Enjoy Juan Carlos Irigoyen Pérez.

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Juan Carlos Irigoyen Pérez
Pages: 390
ISBN: 978-1983738227
Printed: UK
Guide price: 83 €

Order the book here at Amazon.

Source: Amazon / Billie Jean

Michael Jackson Documentary Lawsuit Moves Toward Trial. 12-01-'18

Michael Jackson's estate is one step closer to trial in a dispute over a documentary called 'Michael: The Last Photo Shoots'.

Noval Williams Films in 2014 sued John Branca and John McClain, the executors of Jackson's estate, seeking a declaration that the documentary doesn't infringe the copyright in photos and video of the late King of Pop.

U.S. District Judge Paul Crotty denied the executors' motion for summary judgment, as well as Noval's cross-motion for partial summary judgment, finding there are numerous factual disputes in the case — including one over who actually owns video footage of Jackson taken during Vogue and Ebony photo shoots.

According to Crotty's decision, Novel claims the footage was initially owned by Hasaun Muhammad but was subsequently transferred to Craig J. Williams and then Bonaventura Films. Bonaventura granted Noval an exclusive license to use it. Meanwhile, Jackson's estate maintains that it is the owner of the footage because Muhammad agreed that he wouldn't exploit it without Jackson's consent.

Ebony Magazine Photoshoot
Michael attends a photoshoot for the upcoming cover of 'Ebony' magazine at the Brooklyn museum in Brooklyn, New York, with photographer Matthew Rolston.

"Since Jackson is deceased, the only living person with direct information on the ownership is Muhammad," writes Crotty. "But Muhammad has proven to be more elusive than a phantom."

The court found that the estate hasn't sufficiently proved its ownership of the copyrights and Noval hasn't established definitively that the estate doesn't own the rights, so the issue should be presented to a jury. Further, Crotty held that Noval failed to prove the estate's counterclaim for copyright infringement is barred by the statute of limitations and that the documentary's use of the photos is protected by fair use.

Crotty also granted a motion to strike affidavits from Muhammad and Michael Williams, finding that the men are elusive and the court is unconvinced either of them will be available to testify.

Source: Hollywood Reporter / Billie Jean

A Michael Jackson Peter Pan Theme Park Almost Existed. 12-01-'18

Remember the 90's? It was a golden age where almost anything was possible, including a Michael Jackson Peter Pan theme park. Jackson commissioned a Disneyland-like theme park that was entirely devoted to Peter Pan, and several designs were drawn up, but the idea eventually faded away. More details on the Michael Jackson Peter Pan theme park are below.

It’s safe to say that the late Michael Jackson had an obsession with the story of Peter Pan. He named his sprawling home Neverland Ranch, and for a while he very much wanted to play Peter Pan in the film that would eventually become Steven Spielberg’s 'Hook'. Jackson was hoping for a film that remained true to the original Peter Pan story, and when he learned that Spielberg was making something much different – a film about an adult Peter Pan who forget his childhood adventures – Jackson passed (unless you want to believe the wild and almost certainly apocryphal tory that Spielberg actually turned Jackson down, which lead to Jackson hiring a “witch doctor” to put a curse on the director).

Peter Pan
Jackson commissioned a Disneyland-like theme park that was entirely devoted to Peter Pan.

But that’s not all: Jackson went so far as to try to have a Disney-sized theme park built that would bring the world of Peter Pan to live. Disney and More has the story, along with some surprisingly great concept art that show the park could’ve been rather magical if it had all worked out. Per Disney and More, in 1997, Jackson and Prince Al-Waleed, Disneyland Paris’ biggest private stock-holder, created a company called Kingdom Entertainment. Jackson then asked Landmark if they could design a Peter Pan/Neverland theme park – not just for Jackson personally, but for anyone to attend.

Landmark got to work, and drew up designs that included an entrance that resembled London, and then guests would jump on a ride that “flew” them to the jungles and lagoons of Neverland. Per Disney and More, “[G]uests would have sat on a platform which would have turned down on a 50 degrees angle, a bit less than on the “flying” coasters, and the movie would have been projected on a huge Omnimax dome located under the platform, giving to the guests the illusion of flying over London and Neverland.”

The park contained plenty of boat rides, roller coasters and even a stage for a live show. Head over to Disney and More to see a wealth of imagery, all of which points to a neat-looking theme park. But what happened? Why did this Michael Jackson Peter Pan theme park never get off the ground? Jackson and Prince Al-Waleed eventually ended their association, and everyone seemingly decided at once that the cost to built the park would be astronomical.

Source: Slash FM / Billie Jean

Interview With The Urban Explorers Who Sneaked Into Jackson's Abandoned Neverland Ranch. 08-01-'18

Neverland RanchBefore Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch became a controversial place it was a place of wonder, with its own zoo, amusement park rides, and two trains, not to mention Michael's magical 13,000 sq. ft. mansion.

The 3,000 acre Ranch was worth an estimated $100 million dollars before Michael abandoned the property after it was searched by police officers during the People V. Jackson trial back in 2003, and in 2006 the property went into foreclosure.

Michael left most of his stuff behind when he abandoned the property, and all that stuff plus the strange and sordid history of the place made Neverland Ranch a very enticing place for urban explorers to visit.

Four such urban explorers (nicknamed after the TMNT by VICE) broke in to the place repeatedly between December 2007 and March 2008, and the stuff they found there really adds to the MJ mystique:

Donatello: The other thing was that he collected memorabilia that had him on it, he had Pepsi bottles and books and other promotional material in boxes. He also had stacks and stacks of fan mail, and one of the ones that really grabbed me was some fan had drawn the prosecuting attorney of his molestation case with devil's horns. That was just laying on a tabletop – maybe a Pac-Man table?

Raphael: You were reading his fan mail?
Donatello: We were flipping through some of it.

Raphael: One thing that really sticks out in my memory was drinking his grape soda from that walk-in kitchen storage area and then very carefully wiping the fingerprints off the bottle and hiding it in the bushes.

Was it actual grape soda?
Raphael: Yeah! It was actual grape soda! In the kitchen there was this "Children of the World" menu. Everything in there was geared toward children. I'm not sure he had any, but...

He did.
Raphael: Having that menu there, on a permanently printed chalkboard it had peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches and macaroni and cheese or something, that sticks out in my mind. The general strange hodgepodge of s#%t that he had bought that didn't have any relation to his house. His entire house was filled with these really expensive looking one-off random, semi-artistic things.

Source: Neatorama / Billie Jean

Michael Jackson Wanted To Play Spider-Man So Badly, He Almost Bought Marvel. 05-01-'18

Spider ManTry to absorb this for a sec: Late pop icon Michael Jackson once wanted to star in his own Spider-Man movie, and he was ready to buy Marvel to do it.

Stan Lee revealed the Gloved One's interest years ago just after the singer died, but it seems the story of Jackson's crazy plan was long buried under the usual avalanche of other superhero fan news.

The Telegraph reported that Lee opened up about Jackson's ambitions at a 2009 San Diego Comic-Con. He'd been visiting Jackson's Neverland Ranch, he said, and "He wanted to do Spider-Man."  

"I'm not sure whether he just wanted to produce it," Lee continued, "or wanted to play the role. Our conversation never got that far along." In the brief video interview below he expands on the story—and at the end there's a hilarious animation of Jackson and Spider-Man doing dance moves from the 'Billie Jean' video side-by-side.


Lee went onto say that he suspected Jackson would've taken the role if offered. That wasn't the end of the his revelations. He and Jackson had once planned to pool their resources and buy Marvel. They "met a number of times," Lee reportedly said. "In fact, he (Jackson) came to my house once with his son, and I remember my wife took care of his son for about an hour while Michael and I were talking."

The King of Pop was a passionate fan of other superheroes in addition to Spider-Man.

In early 2017, 'X-Men' screenwriter David Hayter told The Hollywood Reporter that Michael Jackson came in during the casting of Professor X—the role that went to Patrick Stewart. "It was amazing," Hayter said.

We're really not sure "amazing" is the word we'd use had Jackson managed to get either role. "Bizarre," maybe?

Either way there would've been plenty of fans in the theaters, about half of them wearing a single glove like their idol.

Source: Maxim / Billie Jean

Michael Jackson’s ‘Moonwalker’ Is Streaming In HD On Amazon Prime! 05-01-'18

MoonwalkerThe Michael Jackson estate is a confusing one, not to mention quiet. They rarely announce plans for anything, quietly dropping surprise bombs such as this past October’s Halloween compilation 'Scream' and sending a restored 3-D version of 'Thriller' to film festivals (we still don’t have a release date). Thankfully, not all things Michael Jackson are in their control, which is probably why his legendary Moonwalker randomly appeared on Amazon Prime’s streaming service.

If you haven’t buckled down and picked up the import by now, Moonwalk over to Amazon where you can stream the 1988 masterpiece in full HD!

If you haven’t seen yet, Moonwalker combines Michael Jackson’s greatest videos with rare clips from his early days in the Jackson 5 and live concert and Grammy performances. But that’s all just to whet the palette. Also included is a wild adventure film written by Jackson himself, allowing a rare and unique glimpse into the creative mind of this musical genius.

Look for cameo appearances by Joe Pesci, Mick Jagger, Sean Lennon, Elizabeth Taylor and others!

Pesci is 'Moonwalker‘s antagonist, a ruthless drug dealer named Mr. Big who is also responsible for kidnapping children. Only, a robot Michael Jackson stands in his path…

As an added bonus, the movie includes the famous 'Smooth Criminal' music video in which Jackson shocked the world with his magician-like anti-gravity “lean” move. One warning: beware of spiders.

Watch here at Amazon Prime!

Source: Bloody Disgusting / Billie Jean

Manager Tohme Tohme Says He Helped Save Michael Jackson’s Neverland, And Now He Wants Estate To Pay Up. 04-01-'18

Tohme TohmeA Los Angeles judge has cleared the way for trial of a lawsuit brought against Michael Jackson’s estate by one of his former managers, who alleges he’s owed money for his work in preventing a foreclosure on the singer’s Neverland Ranch in 2008.

Santa Monica Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff said there are triable issues as to whether Tohme Tohme’s services to Jackson were those typically done by a real estate broker and whether the plaintiff was required to be licensed to perform such work.

Beckloff, who heard arguments on the estate’s motion to dismiss the case on Dec. 18, 20174 before ruling nine days later, said the agreement between Jackson and Tohme called for the plaintiff to receive a finder’s fee if he performed obligations under the deal.

Tohme says he found out in 2008 that the promissory note on Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara County was in default and that the lender had begun foreclosure proceedings. Tohme says he introduced Jackson to Tom Barrack, CEO for the private equity firm Colony Capital LLC.

“As a result of my efforts, Colony Capital agreed to advance funds to pay off the promissory note which … resulted in a cancellation of the foreclosure proceedings against Neverland Ranch,” Tohme says in a sworn statement.

According to Beckloff, the terms of the contract between Tohme and Jackson called for the former manager to receive $2.3 million as compensation upon identifying and introducing Jackson to a Colony Capital representative.

Trial of Tohme’s lawsuit is scheduled for Feb. 5.

Jackson died in June 2009 at age 50 of a drug overdose. His estate is run by entertainment lawyer John Branca and longtime music executive John McClain.

Colony Capital is the same company that entered into talks in October to buy some or all of the assets of the Weinstein Co. in the midst of revelations of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, but the negotiations ended a month later when the two sides could not agree on a price.

Source: Daily Bulletin / Billie Jean

Thriller Album Cover‘Thriller’ In Top 10 Best Selling Vinyl's Of 2017. 04-01-'18

Thirty-five years after its initial release, Michael Jackson’s iconic 'Thriller' album is still in the top 10 best selling vinyl albums of 2017.

At the beginning of last year the best selling album in the world broke a new recording, becoming certified 33-times platinum in the United States, making it the album with the greatest number of certifications ever. ‘Thriller’ is also the only album that surpassed 30 million. Globally the album has sold over 105 million copies.

Generally vinyl sales are back on the rise, up 9% from the previous year and 2017 marked the largest number of vinyl albums purchased since 1991.

The top 10 vinyl's of 2017 were:

1.The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – 72,000 copies
2.The Beatles, Abbey Road – 66,000
3.Soundtrack, Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 – 62,000
4.Ed Sheeran, Divide – 62,000
5.Amy Winehouse, Back to Black – 58,000
6.Prince, Purple Rain (Soundtrack) – 58,000
7.Bob Marley and the Wailers, Legend: The Best of… – 56,000
8.Pink Floyd, The Dark Side of the Moon – 54,000
9.Soundtrack, La La Land – 49,000
10.Michael Jackson, Thriller – 49,000

Source: Ultimate Classic Rock / MJWN / Billie Jean

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