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music would not be where it is today without him, and not just r&b music. how much of the hot indie electro bands are influenced by jackson and quincy jones' masterpieces? the answer is every one of them.
they made off the wall and thriller, two of the greatest albums of all time.
everything by the jackson 5 is fantastic. everything.
AND their music was in a ski flick. session 1242. stop the love you save may be your own. jp auclair. best segment ever. EVER.
they are my favorite group to ski to. shred a few feet of freshies while jamming out to them and you can't help but have a shit eating grin on your face.
he is the fucking king of pop. show some respect you little fuckers.
M.J. was a fucking badass
it was a good move, don't apologize because a bunch of kids who weren't even born when he stopped making albums got their tall tees all in a bunch.
it was nice to see it when i logged in.
we celebrated his life last night at the bar by playing every jackson 5/solo song on the jukebox and drinking our faces off. everyone should try it, it was a blast.
this is the most stupid post in this thread.
90 percent of the world will not give a fuck if celine dion dies because 2/3 of the world has never heard of her, and i hardly have heard of her which means that her music does not appeal to the masses.
and madona will have much more of an impact when she dies but no where near how much MJ has had.
he changed the music industry forever
dude, he is french-canadian. celine is bigger there than the virgin mary in mexico. it's an understandable overstatement.
but i agree with you, the timing of his career dovetailed so nicely with the globalization of pop culture that it is hard to imagine any artist being as well known world wide.