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    Default The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    Both moves are hands down the most iconic and recognized in music history, but which one do you think is the most iconic out of the two?

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    Moonwalk, by far. His autobiography wouldnt have sounded as good had it been called "The Lean" ha!

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    Out of the two definitely the Moonwalk, although of course when you see The Lean that too is associated with MJ.

    But none of these are why MJ is one of the greatest dancers. It is more in his more complex and more nuanced dance moves.

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    The moonwalk. The fact that you do not need any equipment to do it helps.
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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    Quote Originally Posted by innuendo141 View Post
    Moonwalk, by far. His autobiography wouldnt have sounded as good had it been called "The Lean" ha!

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    A sequel to Moonwalker the film might have been cool tho! The Lean! What would the title to the third "movie like no other" have been called? The Spin? The Toe Stand? The Pelvic Thrust?

    In answer to the OP's question, without question the moonwalk.

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    The Robot is not in consideration?

    Definitely, the Moonwalk.

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    The Moonwalk

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    No doubt... - Moonwalk
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbee0715 View Post
    The Robot is not in consideration?

    Definitely, the Moonwalk.
    Im surprised MJ is better known for his robot. The first time i saw him do it during an early performance of Dancing Machine I had to keep keep keep rewinding.

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    He had a great robot but that's less of a move that is associated strictly with him.

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    Default Re: The Lean VS The Moonwalk: Which move is the most iconic?

    Quote Originally Posted by innuendo141 View Post
    Im surprised MJ is better known for his robot. The first time i saw him do it during an early performance of Dancing Machine I had to keep keep keep rewinding.
    On Moonwalker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony R View Post
    On Moonwalker?
    Actually it was the Soul Train performance i was referring to. Youre right Moonwalker would have been the first id have seeb but im not including the Moonwalker one cos I wasnt even sure if it was definitely Dancing machine they were dancing to in the clip! But yeah that one is just as good

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    Quote Originally Posted by innuendo141 View Post
    Actually it was the Soul Train performance i was referring to. Youre right Moonwalker would have been the first id have seeb but im not including the Moonwalker one cos I wasnt even sure if it was definitely Dancing machine they were dancing to in the clip! But yeah that one is just as good
    Yeah it was Dancin Machine! It was first time I'd seen him do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by respect77 View Post
    He had a great robot but that's less of a move that is associated strictly with him.
    I think that's because everybody and their dog was doing it the day after Soul Train-even to this day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony R View Post
    Yeah it was Dancin Machine! It was first time I'd seen him do it!
    Snap. For years and years everytime i heard "dancing, dancing, dancing, dun dun dunnn, shes a dancing machine" is used follow it up with "DONT BLAME IT ON THE SUNSHINE". As with most of the other songs in the retrospective!

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