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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    Quote Originally Posted by nfj View Post
    Force was the name of this album.

    Songs like Xscape was included.
    Gonna need more than just this post to believe what you're saying lol.

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    "Force" was just another fan-fiction title

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    Quote Originally Posted by mjfan_93 View Post
    Thank you so much for this. I just have two last questions to you. Is there ONE post-trial song that is vocally complete enough (at least at Hollywood Tonight)? Could the Estate release that Song (do they have it)?
    Yes, a couple in the same category as Hollywood Tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travis3000 View Post
    Yes, a couple in the same category as Hollywood Tonight.
    Omg, I would like to hear this so bad. I miss his voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z21 View Post
    I heard also that MJ started working on new album in 2003 but due to greedy arvizos, recordings were cancelled.
    Michael spent most of his time pursuing a film career in 2002-03. According to Michael Prince, there were very few conversations about new music. There were a few scattered studio sessions, but music wasn't his priority at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travis3000 View Post
    Yes, a couple in the same category as Hollywood Tonight.
    Wow! How exciting!

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    To think we're probably not going to hear any of this and instead be given expensive box sets full of content we all already own hurts.

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    One thing I can say publicly just to clear some things up. There were FIVE sets of music MJ was working on between 2006 and 2009. They were

    1. The Bahrain recordings
    2. The RedONE recordings
    3. The Will.i.am recordings
    4. Buxer/Prince recordings
    5. The Classical music album

    The songs I am speaking to are from the 4th category, material he worked on with Brad Buxer, Michael Prince, etc. These were songs that Michael had the most creative control over and mainly wrote himself. I have heard 7 of these songs. For being demos and not finished, these were truly awesome stuff. The sounds were out of this world and brand new. We have NEVER heard MJ like this before. If only Michael lived one more year.... we would have been in for such a treat.

    I cannot comment on the RedONE stuff, as I've never heard it. I am told not much exists that is finished. The Will.i.am stuff I have also never heard. I was told that there is one song however that is nearly done and could be released with some touch ups. Other than that I don't know much.

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    fingers crossed they release more of those demos...


    lately i saw how lots of demos by David Bowie get frequently released. imagine that for MJ....
    MJ fan since 1991 <3

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    You know what could be just the thing most fans want? Some kind of MJ streaming service like Netflix. Charge like 10$/€ per month and put up all MJ albums + music videos + concerts and other stuff.
    Add alternate takes, early demos, recording session audio and videos, rehearsals and bonus stuff. Reach out to collaborators and ask them for liner notes for each file.

    Just imagine logging in and browsing through each era. Along with the actual album you get tons of demos and bonus stuff along with information about them. Don't remix or change anything, just put them up as they are. Would be the perfect way to preserve, organize and showcase MJs stuff for everyone. I think most people who worked with MJ and didn't want their songs to be updated for the last albums would contribute to a concept like that.

    And if there are very valuable, nearly finished songs in the vault, then release them on a new official album and put them on the streaming service afterwards. Would make everyone happy (except people who don't want anything to be released ever again) and enhance/preserve MJs legacy.

    I wonder if the estate and/or other people involved have thought of that. Could also earn some money on all the rough demo / alternate take stuff that can't be released on albums.

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    Not only do I remember LTTW's cryptic stuff back in 2001/2002, but also their follow-up, SOTT lol. That particular name was most suited for the hopeful 'vision' they sold, lest I call it somethin' else. As you said it yourself, they wrote a good game and offered hope to people, albeit a most false sense of hope.
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    Yeap those were the days 😆 turned out thst supposedly lttw was just a fan messing around. They got ppl hanging on their every word

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    Default Re: Was there a planned album after 'Invincible'?

    Quote Originally Posted by thiron View Post
    You know what could be just the thing most fans want? Some kind of MJ streaming service like Netflix. Charge like 10$/€ per month and put up all MJ albums + music videos + concerts and other stuff.
    Add alternate takes, early demos, recording session audio and videos, rehearsals and bonus stuff. Reach out to collaborators and ask them for liner notes for each file.

    Just imagine logging in and browsing through each era. Along with the actual album you get tons of demos and bonus stuff along with information about them. Don't remix or change anything, just put them up as they are. Would be the perfect way to preserve, organize and showcase MJs stuff for everyone. I think most people who worked with MJ and didn't want their songs to be updated for the last albums would contribute to a concept like that.

    And if there are very valuable, nearly finished songs in the vault, then release them on a new official album and put them on the streaming service afterwards. Would make everyone happy (except people who don't want anything to be released ever again) and enhance/preserve MJs legacy.

    I wonder if the estate and/or other people involved have thought of that. Could also earn some money on all the rough demo / alternate take stuff that can't be released on albums.
    I was literally just saying this same exact thing to a friend of mine!

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