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1You Are My Life
Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming, Bass Guitar – BabyfaceArranged By [Strings] – Bill MeyersChoir – Jason Edmonds, Lynne Fiddmont-Lindsey, Nathan "N8" Walton, Tabia IveryEngineer [Recorded And Mixed] – Paul BoutinEngineer [Strings Assisted] – Steve GenewickEngineer [Strings] – Tommy VicariLead Vocals – Michael JacksonOther [Production Coordinator] – Ivy SkoffProducer, Backing Vocals – Babyface, Michael JacksonWritten-By – Babyface, Carole Bayer Sager, John McClain, Michael Jackson
4:33
2Privacy
Arranged By [Strings] – David CampbellBacking Vocals – LaShawn Daniels, Michael JacksonBass – Nathan EastDrums – Emanuel "Bucket" Baker, Gerald HaywordEdited By [Digital Editing] – Harvey Mason, Jr., Paul CruzGuitar – Michael ThompsonLead Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Jean-Marie Horvat, Rodney JerkinsProducer – Michael Jackson, Rodney JerkinsRecorded By – Brad Gilderman, Jean-Marie Horvat, Rodney JerkinsWritten-By – Bernard Bell, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Rodney Jerkins
5:05
3Whatever Happens
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Jeremy LubbockBacking Vocals [Additional] – Mario Vasquez, Mary BrownEdited By [Digital Editing] – George Mayers, Teddy RileyGuitar – Carlos Santana, Rick WilliamsLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonProducer – Michael Jackson, Teddy RileyRecorded By, Mixed By – Bruce Swedien, George Mayers, Teddy RileyWhistle [Solo] – Carlos Santana, Stuart BrawleyWritten-By – Geoffrey Williams, Gil Cang, J. Quay, Michael Jackson, T. Riley
4:56
4Cry
Drums – John "JR" RobinsonGuitar – Michael LandauLead Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Michael Jackson, Mick GuzauskiPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaProducer – Michael Jackson, R. KellyProgrammed By [Keyboard], Drum Programming – Brad Buxer, Michael JacksonRecorded By – Brad Gilderman, Humberto Gatica, Mike GingWritten-By, Arranged By [Choir] – R. Kelly
5:01
5Threatened
Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, Rodney Jerkins, Stuart BrawleyNarrator [Intro, Verse & Outro] – Rod SerlingProducer, Instruments – Michael Jackson, Rodney JerkinsRecorded By, Edited By [Digital Editing] – Stuart BrawleyWritten-By – Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Rodney Jerkins
4:19
6Heartbreaker
Backing Vocals – LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Mischke, Nora PayneEdited By [Digital Editing] – Alex Greggs, Fabian Marasciullo, Stuart BrawleyLead Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, Rodney Jerkins, Stuart BrawleyProducer, Programmed By [Music] – Michael Jackson, Rodney JerkinsRap – Fats Recorded By – Bruce Swedien, Stuart BrawleyRecorded By [Rap] – Bob Brown Written-By – Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Mischke, Norman Gregg, Rodney Jerkins
5:10
7Break Of Dawn
Edited By [Digital Editing] – Harvey Mason, Jr., Stuart BrawleyInstruments – Dr. Freeze, Michael Jackson, Rodney Jerkins, Teddy RileyLead Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – George Mayers, Humberto Gatica, Teddy RileyProgrammed By [Drum] – Brad Buxer, Michael JacksonRecorded By – Brad Gilderman, Dexter Simmons, George Mayers, Humberto Gatica, Mike GingWritten-By, Producer, Backing Vocals – Dr. Freeze, Michael Jackson
5:32
8You Rock My World
Edited By [Digital Editing] – Harvey Mason, Jr., Stuart BrawleyLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, Rodney JerkinsProducer, Instruments – Michael Jackson, Rodney JerkinsRecorded By – Brad Gilderman, Dexter Simmons, Jean-Marie Horvat, Rodney Jerkins, Stuart BrawleyVoice [Intro] – Chris Tucker , Michael JacksonWritten-By – Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Nora Payne, Rodney Jerkins
5:39
9Don't Walk Away
Co-producer, Backing Vocals [Additional] – Richard StitesLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, George Mayers, Teddy RileyProducer – Michael Jackson, Teddy RileyRecorded By, Edited By [Digital Editing] – George Mayers, Teddy RileyWritten-By – Michael Jackson, Reed Vertelney, Richard Carlton Stites, T. Riley
4:25
10Heaven Can Wait
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Jeremy LubbockBacking Vocals [Additional] – Dr. Freeze, "Que"Co-producer – Andreao "Fanatic" Heard, Nate Smith Edited By [Digital Editing] – George Mayers, Teddy RileyLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonProducer – Michael Jackson, Teddy RileyRecorded By, Mixed By – Bruce Swedien, George Mayers, Teddy RileyWritten-By – Andreao Heard, E. Laues, K. Quilller, Michael Jackson, Nate Smith , T. Riley, Teron Beal
4:49
11Invincible
Edited By [Digital Editing] – Stuart BrawleyLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, Rodney Jerkins, Stuart BrawleyProducer, Programmed By [Music] – Michael Jackson, Rodney JerkinsRap – Fats Recorded By – Bruce Swedien, Stuart BrawleyRecorded By [Rap] – Bob Brown Written-By – Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Norman Gregg, Rodney Jerkins
4:45
12The Lost Children
Choir [Youth Choir Members] – Aley Martinez, Andrew Snyder, Brandon Lucas, Brett Tattersol, Edie Lehmann Boddicker, F. Sheridan, James Lively, Jonathon Hall, Jonathon Lucas, Justine Hall, Luana Jackman, Martha Cowan, Melissa Mackay, Micha Haupman, Monique Donally, Ricky Lucchse, Robert Bolyard, Rose Beatty, Sally Stevens, Scotty HaskellConductor [Youth Choir] – Tom BahlerEdited By [Digital Editing] – Brad Buxer, Stuart BrawleyMixed By – Bruce SwedienNarrator [Narrative] – Baby Rubba, Prince JacksonProgrammed By [Keyboard] – Brad Buxer, Michael JacksonRecorded By – Brad Buxer, Bruce Swedien, Stuart BrawleyWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By – Michael Jackson
4:00
132000 Watts
Backing Vocals [Additional] – Teddy RileyLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, George Mayers, Teddy RileyProducer – Michael Jackson, Teddy RileyProgrammed By [Keyboard Additional] – Brad Buxer, Michael JacksonRecorded By, Edited By [Digital Editing] – George Mayers, Teddy RileyWritten-By – J. Henson, Michael Jackson, T. Riley, Tyrese Gibson
4:24
14Speechless
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Jeremy Lubbock, Michael JacksonChoir [Andrae Crouch Singers] – Alfie Silas Durio, Alice Jean McRath, Andrae Crouch, Angel Johnson , Daniel Johnson, Deborah Sharp-Taylor, Geary Lanier Faggett, Gloria Augustus, Harold Green , Howard McCrary, Johnnie Walker , Judy Gossett, Kevin Dorsey, Kristie Murden, Laquentan Jordan, Linda McCrary, Marja Dozier, Maxi Anderson, Patrice Morris, Ron Taylor , Sam McCrary, Sandra Crouch, Sue Merriett, Tenika Johns, Tim Brown , Valerie Doby, Vonciele Faggett, Yvonne Williams, Zandra Williams, Zaneta M. JohnsonEdited By [Digital Editing] – Brad Buxer, Stuart BrawleyKeyboards – Brad BuxerMixed By – Bruce SwedienRecorded By – Brad Buxer, Bruce Swedien, Stuart BrawleyViola – Novi Novoq, Thomas TallyViolin – Gina Kronstadt, John Wittenberg, Kristin Fife, Peter Kent , Robin LorentzWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By, Lead Vocals – Michael Jackson
3:18
15Unbreakable
Backing Vocals [Additional] – Brandy Edited By [Digital Editing] – Paul Foley, Stuart BrawleyLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce Swedien, Rodney Jerkins, Stuart BrawleyProducer, Instruments – Michael Jackson, Rodney JerkinsRap – The Notorious B.I.G.Recorded By – Stuart BrawleyWritten-By – Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Michael Jackson, Nora Payne, Robert Smith , Rodney JerkinsWritten-By [Rap] – McIntosh, Eugene, Nichol
6:25
16Butterflies
Backing Vocals – Marsha Ambrosius, Michael JacksonEngineer [Assistant] – Vidal DavisHorns – Norman Jeff Bradshaw, Matt CappyInstruments – Andre Harris Lead Vocals – Michael JacksonMixed By – Bruce SwedienProducer – Andre Harris , Michael JacksonRecorded By – Andre Harris , Bruce SwedienWritten-By – Andre Harris , Marsha Ambrosius
4:40


Versiones


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EK 69400Michael Jackson Invincible ‎(CD, Album)EpicEK 69400US2001
4951742000, EPC 495174 2Michael Jackson Invincible ‎(CD, Album, RE)Epic, Epic4951742000, EPC 495174 2Europe2009
CDEPC 6310Michael Jackson Invincible ‎(CD, Album, Ora)EpicCDEPC 6310South Africa2001
495174 2, EPC 495174 2, 4951742000Michael Jackson Invincible ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Red)Epic, Epic, Epic495174 2, EPC 495174 2, 4951742000Europe2001
2-495174Michael Jackson Invincible ‎(CD, Album, Red)Epic2-495174Brazil2001


Créditos


  • Art DirectionAdam Owett, David Coleman , Nancy Donald
  • Design [Cover Design]Steven Hankinson/Arnell Group
  • Edited By [Digital Editing]Alex Greggs, Brad Buxer, Fabian Marasciullo, Harvey Mason, Jr., Paul Cruz, Rob Herrera, Stuart Brawley
  • Edited By, Engineer [Additional]Michael Prince
  • Engineer [Assistant]Chris Carroll, Christine Tramontano, Craig Durrance, Dave Ashton, Franny Graham, Kevin Scott, Rob Herrera, Steve Genewick, Steve Robillard
  • Executive-ProducerMichael Jackson
  • IllustrationUri Geller
  • Mastered ByBernie Grundman
  • Photography ByAlbert Watson
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByBrad Buxer, Brad Gilderman, Bruce Swedien, Dexter Simmons, George Mayers, Jean-Marie Horvat, Jon Gass, Mick Guzauski, Mike Ging, Paul Boutin, Rodney Jerkins, Stuart Brawley, Teddy Riley, Tommy Vicari


Notas


Comes in a matt single sleeve.
Includes two printed inner sleeves.

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered with the Exclusive - "Quantum Range Recording Process"

Recorded and Mixed at:
The Hit Factory Studios/New York
The Hit Factory/Criteria Studios, Miami
Future Recordings Studios, Norfolk
Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles
Sony Music Studios, New York
Darkchild Studios, Pleasantville
Barking Doctor, Mt. Kisco
Marvin's Room, Los Angeles
Brandon's Way Recordings, Los Angeles
Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, California

Track A1 (Unbreakable):
-Rap originally embodied on "I Can't Stop The Reign" courtesy of Twism and Bad Boy/Arista.


Códigos de barras


  • Barcode: 5 099749 517417
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 4951741000 1A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 4951741000 1B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): 4951741000 1C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): 4951741000 1D1
  • Label Code: LC 00199
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Rights Society: BIEM


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Mijac Music
  • Copyright (c) – MJJ Productions Inc.
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – EMI Blackwood Music Inc.
  • Published By – Rodney Jerkins Productions Inc.
  • Published By – Ensign Music Corp.
  • Published By – LaShawn Daniels Productions Inc.
  • Recorded At – The Hit Factory
  • Recorded At – The Hit Factory Criteria
  • Recorded At – Future Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
  • Recorded At – Sony Music Studios, New York City
  • Recorded At – Darkchild Studios
  • Recorded At – Barking Doctor Recording
  • Recorded At – Marvin's Room
  • Recorded At – Brandon's Way Recording
  • Recorded At – Capitol Studios
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering


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Invincible is the final studio album by American singer Michael Jackson, released on October 30, 2001 by Epic Records. It was Jackson's sixth studio album released through Epic, his tenth overall, and his last released before his death in 2009. The album features appearances from Carlos Santana and The Notorious . It incorporates R&B, pop and soul, and similarly to Jackson's previous material the album explores themes such as love, romance, isolation, media criticism, and social issues. Invincible - Michael Jackson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Unbreakable 2. Heartbreaker 3. Invincible 4. Break Of Dawn 5. Heaven Can Wait 6. You Rock My World 7. Butterflies 8. Speechless 9. 2000 Watts 10. You is Michael Jackson's 10th and last studio album, released on October 30, 2001. Jackson wanted to promote the album more than it had however due to the negligence of Jackson's record label Sony Music the album received only small promotion. It only had 2 singles, and only one of them was in the Top 50. For this reason, he made 4 promotional only singles released: Break of Dawn, Butterflies, Speechless and Heaven Can Wait. Originally, Jackson was going to do an Invincible World Tour, but it. Let's get the clichéd bad joke out of the way to begin with: at the time Michael Jackson released Invincible in the fall of 2001, he hardly seemed invincible - it was more wishful thinking than anything else, since he hadn't really had a genuine hit in ten years, and even that paled in comparison to his total domination of. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2001 CD от Invincible на Michael Jackson album. Invincible is the final studio album by American singer Michael Jackson. It was released on October 30, 2001, by Epic Records. Similar to Jackson's previous material, Invincible explores themes such as love, romance, isolation, media criticism, and social issues. It was his sixth album under Epic Records and tenth overall released on October 30, 2001. Similar to Jacksons previous material, Invincible explores themes such as love, romance, isolation, media criticism, and social issues. The album peaked at number one in eleven territories worldwide, including the United States with first-week sales of 363,000 units, the United Kingdom, Australia, France and Switzerland. Invincible charted within the top ten in six other territories its least successful charting area was Mexico,. Invincible is the tenth studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson, released October 30, 2001, on Epic Records. His last studio album, it was the first release of new Jackson material since Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix in 1997 and the first studio album in six years since HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. Michael Jackson invincible album . June 27, 2011 . Michael Jackson - Speechless Source: Album Invincible Epic 2001 Sony Music is the owner of the video and audio, not me. The primary album cover for Michael Jacksons Invincible album, released October 30, 2001. Sony MusicBMG. On October 30, 2001 Michael Jackson released what became his final album of all new material during his lifetime: Invincible. Invincible gave Jackson 1 albums in the 70s, 80s, 90s and the 00s. By early 2002 Invincible had already sold more than 6 million copies, becoming Jacksons fastest selling album ever yes, it sold faster than Thriller. Invincible has to date sold more than 13 million copies worldwide. IFPI put the album as the 9 best selling album of 2001 not bad for Jackson not having released a full album of new songs since 1995s HIStory

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It is hard to understand, where the Rap on Unbreakable comes from; at least, it was for me. Here, it is only written: “Rap originally embodied on "I Can't Stop The Reign" courtesy of Twism and Bad Boy/Arista.“ Searching, I found this: Shaquille O'Neal ‎made an Album "You Can't Stop The Reign" in 1996. The song itself on the track-list on discogs seems to be named "Still Can't Stop The Reign". On YouTube it is named "Can't Stop The Reign". SO, first mistake, there is no song named "I Can't Stop The Reign" as is quoted here in explanations, that have been taken form the album, I presume. So, in the song "Still Can't Stop The Reign" Shaquille O'Neal sings some Verses, but MORE songs are sung by The Notorious B.I.G.! Also, he sings the last verse, starting with the line "A lime to a lemon, my CeCe women" starting around minute 3.00. This verse also is completely on the Song “Unbreakable” from Michael Jackson, there starting at minute 3.53. That´s it!I must say, I love some of the more subtle parallels, too (premised that I totally agree with Christo77 here, for me Invincible is the best Album from Jackson), that the word “Invincible” is also in the song "Still Can't Stop The Reign" and also the word “elevator” - where you hear an elevator at the beginning of Jacksons “Unbreakable”. I love it that Michael Jackson sometimes included other musicians into his work, when he liked them or liked music from them.
That's one of the many things that keep bugging me about this album. Not only do they NOT get the title of the song and the writing and publishing credits right, they don't even mention who the artist actually was! They've seemed to credit the actual writers of the SAMPLE within the original song (Loose End's "You Can't Stop The Rain") instead of the actual song's writers (which include the three previously-mentioned writers of the sample as well as Chris Jones, Chris Williams, Shaq and Christopher "Biggie Smalls" Wallace himself). I assume they did this because Jackson and Darkchild still wanted a decent chunk of the royalties and not let them be awkwardly cut into pieces with a whole bunch of other writers (keep in mind, there are already 9 credited writers on "Unbreakable"!). Biggie eventually got a writing/publishing credit though (see the "Scream" album booklet and/or the "Unbreakable" listing on ASCAP's repertory).I personally didn't think the Biggie rap even fit in the song anyway, It seems like it was supposed to be a placeholder (much like L.T.B's rap in "Black or White") but Michael must've liked it so much they kept it in anyway.
Michael Jackson - Invincible para Descargar Gratis
RnB/Swing, Synth-pop, Ballad
Artista: Michael Jackson
Título: Invincible
Categoría: Música electrónica / Música pop
País: Europe
Liberado: 2001
Etiqueta: Epic
Catálogo #: 4951741000, EPC495174 1, 495174 1
Clasificación: 4.4/5
Votos: 050
Fuente de los registros: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album