Rerelease of Michael Jackson’s -Bad Album -Immortalizing 25 years of its existence

Michael Jackson, the king of Pop- will return back this September through his album Bad with a new music and a new concert video that was not seen before and this rerelease will mark the 25th anniversary of the original- Grammy award winning album– BAD.

The Bad 25 deluxe package will be released on 25th September consisting of new songs that were recorded in the Jackson’s studio while making the album. This package will also include the DVD of Jackson’s performance for British Prince Charles and Lady Diana at the London’s Wembley stadium in London in 1988 in front of 72,000 fans. The video was found in the singer’s personal collection and is considered to be the only copy of the performance that was especially taped for Jackson’s own use.

The “Bad” Album is the winner of two Grammy awards and sold more than forty-five million copies globally. The hits of Bad include – “Dirty Diana”, “Smooth Criminal”, and the title track of the Album –“Bad”. This album in fact marks collaboration of famous Motown producer Quincy Jones, who steered the production responsibilities of Jackson’s solo album named- Off The Wall- and the hit album – Thriller- that raked in a huge popularity globally.

Jackson one of the five members of the Jackson –Five- family of singers is one of the best selling pop star of all time. He died in the year-2009 due to overdose of sedatives and anesthetic propofol. His personal physician Conrad Murray is imprisoned after being convicted of the involuntary manslaughter that resulted in the singer’s death.

To steam up the preparations for the September event, the fans of Michael Jackson will have to get ready for a pep up with the rerelease of the first single from the album –“I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” on June-5th in the United States.

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