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January 2001 News Archive

January 25, 2001:

New Album: Another delay
The new album from Michael Jackson is (according to PlanetJackson) again postponed. [Read More]

News by: Skywriter
Source: PlanetJackson

January 19, 2001:

Re-release of MJ's epic-albums
Sony Music has released today the official tracklisting information for Michael Jackson's remastered editions of "Off The Wall," "Thriller," "Bad" and "Dangerous."

Note: Each album will contain the original tracks and additional bonus tracks as here listed. Dangerous will be a 2 CD-Set, because there was no more place on the original release.

Off The Wall Bonus Tracks:: Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough / Sunset Driver / You Can't Win

Thriller Bonus Tracks:: Vincent Price/ Got The Hots / Carousel / Someone In The Dark

Bad Bonus Tracks:: Bumper Snippet / Streetwalker / Someone Put Your Hand Out / I Just Can't Stop Loving You / Fly Away

Dangerous Bonus Tracks:: Bumper Snippet (Kid) / Monkey Business / Work That Body / If You Don't Love Me / Serious Effect Happy Birthday, Lisa / She Got It / Black Or White (Remix) / Dangerous (Alternate Version) / Who Is It (Remix)

News by: Skywriter
Source: PlanetJackson / Sony Music

January 18, 2001:

HIStory Vol I - postponed
Due to slight delays in production, Sony Music has postponed the release of the "HIStory - Greatest Hits" reedition to February 27th in the United States and February 26th in Europe. (Original release dates were February 12th and 13th.)

News by: Skywriter
Source: PlanetJackson

January 11, 2001:

New Plan for new album
According to PlanetJackson Sony Music has set a new release date. [Read More]

News by: Skywriter
Source: PlanetJackson

January 9,2001:

New Jackson 5 record - update
Michael has only said he would appear on two or three of the album's songs — and despite what his brother Jermaine told a Las Vegas radio station Sunday, he has not promised to tour with the legendary singing group.

News by: Skywriter
Source: Mr. Showbiz

January 9, 2001:

New Album again postponed?
The long awaited new album from Michael Jackson is (according to PlanetJackson) again postponed. [Read More]

News by: Skywriter
Source: PlanetJackson

January 8, 2001:

Heal The Kids
On February 14th 2001, Michael Jackson’s Heal the World Foundation and The Seminar Center will present A Special Evening at Carnegie Hall - Valentines Day 2001.

Michael Jackson will host a star studded debate featuring Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and a panel of celebrities and experts at New York City's Carnegie Hall on February 14th, 2001, from 6:30pm to 9pm.

The theme of the debate will be: "Love, Work & Parenting: Can You Be a Success in the Bedroom and the Boardroom?", a discourse about romantic love, familial devotion and professional dedication.

This will be the first public event by Michael Jackson and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach's Heal the Kids initiative.

The Heal the Kids initiative is a new project of the Heal the World Foundation that aims to help busy adults reprioritize children.

Tickets to attend this event are available from

News by: Skywriter
Source: PlanetJackson

January 8, 2001:

New Jackson 5 record
Michael Jackson's elder brother Jermaine told Las Vegas radio station Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. that 'The Jackson 5' plan to record again this year and that they are "very, very excited" about this:
"We're in the studio working very hard on a new J5 album that will be released this summer."

Whilst Jermaine refused to reveal further details, when questioned whether these new plans included Michael, he simply replied: "Absolutely."

He also said they will be back live on stage.

News by: Skywriter
Source: NY Post, MJIFC

January 8, 2001:

Santana wants to work with Michael Jackson
Carlos Santana plans to return to the studio in May 2001 to record the follow-up album of his multiplatinum hit album 'Supernatural' (1999).

In a Statment Santana said:
"My main goal is to make music that will dismantle violence and, hopefully, work with other musicians that have that kind of intention." Previously, Santana has said he would reteam with Clive Davis and named a wish list of collaborators that included Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, and Prince.

Santana added:
"I dream big. I don't dream small."

Santana's publicist said no guests for the album have been confirmed yet.

News by: Skywriter


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