Invincible

Invincible is the tenth and final studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson. The album was released by Epic Records on October 30, 2001, six years after Jackson's 1995 double disc studio album HIStory, and the first featuring all new tracks since Dangerous in 1991. The album art, an image of Jackson's face, is available in five different colors - red, green, orange, blue and silver. To date, Invincible has sold 10 million copies worldwide.
Artist(s):
Michael Jackson
Format:
CD

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Invincible is the tenth and final studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson. The album was released by Epic Records on October 30, 2001, six years after Jackson's 1995 double disc studio album HIStory, and the first featuring all new tracks since Dangerous in 1991. The album art, an image of Jackson's face, is available in five different colors - red, green, orange, blue and silver. To date, Invincible has sold 10 million copies worldwide.

Product details

Conductor:
Gaetano Merola
Composer:
Enrique Granados, Giacomo Puccini, Jules Massenet, Charles-Francois Gounod, Gioachi Rossini
Label:
Epic

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Disk 1

  • 1. 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 Are My Life
  • 11. Privacy
  • 12. Don't Walk Away
  • 13. Cry
  • 14. The Lost Children
  • 15. Whatever Happens
  • 16. Threatened

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At his best

this album shows michael at his best. there are numerous softer tunes here that truly stand out and beg to be listened to more and more, it is unfortunate that there have been no more singles released from this album. butterflies, heaven can wait, don't walk away and you are my life are all brilliant tunes that would walk easily to the top of the charts. my personal favourite track on this album has to be speechless, which is mostly an acapella performance, with choir and strings joining for the climax, it is one of michael's most beautiful tunes ever. another highlight is the more up tempo song whatever happens (featuring carlos santana) which is another emotive song. i would say that this album is a must have as it showcases one of the greatest artists at his best. the only lowlight for me was the closing track as the spoken part is barely audible and also the rap in tracks 2 and 3 is slightly too faint, otherwise 100%

 

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