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Dangerous

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Released in 1991
Jam
Why You Wanna Trip On Me
In The Closet
She Drives Me Wild
Remember The Time
Can't Let Her Get Away
Heal The World
Black Or White
Who Is It
Give In To Me
Will You Be There
Keep The Faith
Gone Too Soon
Dangerous

With the success of the 80's, Michael Jackson started to work an his new album after the end of the Bad World Tour he quit working with producer Quincy Jones and hired Teddy Riley from Blackstreet. Riley was well know for defining the swingbeat. The new team created a brand new sound. On November 11, 1991, the first single was released, Black Or White. 3 days later the famous 11-minute short film premiered. It featured a brand new visuall effect, called morphing. This short film included the panther-sequence, which started a worldwide discussion and was then banned from TV-screens.George Wendt (from US-TV-series Cheers) and Macauley Culkin (Home Alone) also starred in the video. The single became #1 all over the world.

Also the album entered the charts and went to #1, selling 17 million copies in its first 18 month. Remember The Time was the second single, released with a 12-minute short film that featured a major dancing sequenze and stars like the two basketball heroes Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson, also Eddie Murphy and supermodel Iman.The single went to #3 on the Pop Charts and #1 on the R&B Charts.

The album spinned off more top singles. In The Closet, Jam (short film featured Michael Jordan, Kriss Kross, Heavy D), the beautiful Heal The World, Who Is It, Will You Be There, Give In To Me (short film featuerd Slash) and Gone Too Soon (last two not in US).

On June 27, 1992, Michael Jackson kicked off the world tour: For more infos about this tour go to The Dangerous World Tour .

On January 31, 1993, Jackson appeared on TV during the Super Bowl XXVII Halftime show perfroming Heal The World. He drew the largest American viewing audience in TV history. He also did a prime time interview with Oprah Winfrey that was viewed by more than 100 million people (February 10). 1.2 billion people worldwide saw him accepting the Living Legend Award and performing at the 35th Grammy Awards (Februray 24). Michael appeared on the Soul Train Music Awards, received the Humanitarian of the Year Award and was also honored for Best R&B Single (Remember The Time) and Best R&B Album (Dangerous), later he performed Remember The Time because of an ankle injury from a wheelchair (March 19).

Michael showed the world once more with this unbelieveable album, who the King Of Pop is!

 

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