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    Default Re: Subtle changes during tours that you've spotted

    During the final dance routine for Smooth Criminal Michael always did a spin and a leg kick, but from 1993 onwards he stopped doing the spin and only did the leg kick. Wonder why

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    Quote Originally Posted by analogue View Post
    During the final dance routine for Smooth Criminal Michael always did a spin and a leg kick, but from 1993 onwards he stopped doing the spin and only did the leg kick. Wonder why
    I think it has something to do with precision and stopping on time, if you watch his performance at MTV in 2001 with N'Sync you can see that the spin can take longer than expected and cause you to miss a beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousEffect. View Post
    I think it has something to do with precision and stopping on time, if you watch his performance at MTV in 2001 with N'Sync you can see that the spin can take longer than expected and cause you to miss a beat.
    I hate how he took the spin out of the performance. The spin gives the performance an extra level of coolness. And on Bucharest 1996 he does the spin but doesn't do the leg kick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by analogue View Post
    I hate how he took the spin out of the performance. The spin gives the performance an extra level of coolness. And on Bucharest 1996 he does the spin but doesn't do the leg kick.
    same for the rehearsal footage in TII

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    Default Re: Subtle changes during tours that you've spotted

    Quote Originally Posted by GlenXoseph View Post
    So the structure of Beat it in History Tour is:
    Wow, great analysis. I love little details like this.

    Same with the mask-wearer using the other foot.

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