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Selected Discography for Michael Jackson

world Updated: Jun 26, 2009 16:35 IST

Singer Michael Jackson, known to millions as the King of Pop and one of the most successful recording artists of all time, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 50.

Jackson made his debut on the music scene when he was still a child, performing with his brothers as the group The Jackson Five. His high-pitched vocals on songs like ABC, as well as his unique dance moves, won Jackson legions of fans. Jackson's career's record sales tally is believed to be more than 750 billion. He also recieved 13 Grammy Awards

Solo albums:

"Got To Be There," 1972.

"Ben," 1972.

"Music & Me," 1973.

"Forever, Michael," 1975.

"Off The Wall," 1979.

"Thriller," 1982.

"Bad," 1987.

"Dangerous," 1991.

"Invincible," 2001.


Albums by "The Jackson 5," the family R&B quintet that launched Jackson to fame:

"Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5," 1969.

"ABC," 1970.

"Third Album," 1970.

"The Jackson 5 Christmas Album," 1970.

"Goin' Back to Indiana," 1971.

"Maybe Tomorrow," 1971.

"Lookin' Through the Windows," 1972.

"Get It Together," 1973.

"In Japan!," 1973.

"Skywriter," 1973.

"Dancing Machine," 1974.

"Live!," 1974.

"Moving Violation," 1975.


Albums by "The Jacksons," which formed after the group _ without older brother Jermaine _ left Motown Records for the Epic record label:

"The Jacksons," 1976.

"Goin' Places," 1977.

"Destiny," 1978.

"Triumph," 1980.

"Live," 1981.

"Victory," 1984.

"2300 Jackson Street," 1989.


"We Are the World," a 1985 charity song co-written by Jackson and Lionel Richie. It reached the top of the charts, featuring the voices of Jackson, Richie, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Tina Turner, Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Bruce Sprinsteen, Ray Charles and a host of others.