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Most of his songs. Even his last album, Invincible — while easily his worst — has several superb songs on it that we only wish others could adequately perform, let alone his larger than life 1980s songs.
Jackson's music pretty much WAS the music of the '80s if you weren't a metalhead, and most likely helped inspire or kickstart a few new musical genres on its own.
Blame It on the Boogie (actually The Jacksons), proof that disco can be good.
Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough.
Rock With You. More great disco/post-disco.
The Girl Is Mine. With Paul McCartney!
Thriller goes without saying.
Beat It, especially the Epic Riffs and guitar solo courtesy of Eddie Van Halen.
Two songs recorded with the great Freddie Mercury, but never released: State of Shock ( later released by The Jacksons with Mick Jagger) and There Must Be More to Life than This. What Could Have Been...
The Way You Make Me Feel.
It's Awesome Music as it is, but the video for Smooth Criminal is easily one of his best. Especially that anti-gravity lean.
Black or White and its great music video.
Remember the Time and its great video.
Jam, a lesser-known song.
Scream, in the expensive spaceship with Janet Jackson.
A video that, to this day, is one of the most expensive music videos ever made (topping out at about $7 million).
Stranger in Moscow, another lesser-known song from later in his career.
The lost single, Cheater. There is no 'not dancing' to this one. It's impossible.
What about " Man in the Mirror"? That TRUCK DRIVERS' GEAR CHANGE!!!!!
He saved a man from committing suicide!
There was also an entire article dedicating of how much the media don't want you to know that, which doesn't exist anymore... coincidence?!