Michael Jackson - Blood On The Dance Floor (Music CD)

Release Date: 01 December 2003
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BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR nearly snuck into record stores, preceded by a strange absence of hype. The implicit message of its five new songs, like that of the non-marketing campaign for the album, seems to be: enough already, let's get back to the music. The title song, a colder re-write of the Jackson classic "Billie Jean", draws you in, but Jackson quickly gets to the heart of the album with two astonishing songs that address his public image. "Ghosts" has an icy, metallic beat, while "Is It Scary" has the dramatic flair of a big pop ballad, but they feature nearly identical opening verses about ghosts and ghouls behind the walls and under the bed. In the former song, the ghouls are the paparazzi snapping pictures of Jackson's baby, and he asks of them, "Who gave you the right...Are you the ghost of jealousy?" In the next song, the ghosts turn out to be the many public faces of Michael Jackson, and he turns the image around, suggesting that ghoulishness is in the eye of the beholder: "If you wanna see eccentricalities/I'll be grotesque before your eyes...Is that scary for you, baby?"
It's a declaration of self-confidence, and Jackson follows with feisty remixes of songs from HISTORY, including a version of "2 Bad" peppered with a sample of "Beat It", and a Madonna-like disco mix of "Stranger In Moscow".

1. Blood On The Dancefloor
2. Morphine
3. Superfly Sister
4. Ghosts
5. Is It Scary
6. Scream Louder
7. Money
8. 2 Bad
9. Stranger In Moscow
10. This Time Around
11. Earth Song
12. You Are Not Alone
13. History

Release Date: 01 December 2003

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Catalogue No: 4875002