October 2

A Place With No Name - Michael Jackson - Xscape (CD, Album)

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Posted 18.09.2019 by Kakus in category "Psychedelic Rock


  1. By Jujin on
    "A Place with No Name" is a song by American singer Michael Jackson. A second snippet of the full song was released posthumously by website adadertatreitingfulipacourmosus.coinfo on July 16, , three weeks after Jackson's death. The full version leaked online on December 3, The track is based on "A Horse with No Name", a hit song by rock band America. At the time of the leak, America stated that they were .
  2. By Goltijora on
    Occasionally the production tricks can threaten to mask Jackson himself—“Slave to the Rhythm” is as Britney-ish as its title would suggest. But on “A Place With No Name,” it’s a perfect marriage between Jackson’s vocals and the new production, creating a new banger that Jackson no doubt would have been thrilled to perform.
  3. By Mazukazahn on
    Let the critics fuss over Xscape and its relevance in the MJ canon. Does it have any decent songs? Yes, to a point. Timbaland's executive production of the late King of Pop's sundry demos makes Xscape sound like an addendum to his and Justin Timberlake's albums -- call it The 20/20 Experience and sure enough, JT pops up on "Love Never Felt So Good.".
  4. By Vugor on
    May 13,  · “Xscape” is the title track of Michael Jackson’s second posthumous studio album released in It was was written and recorded in .
  5. By Meztijora on
    Xscape, an Album by Michael Jackson. Released in on MJJ (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Contemporary R&B, Pop.
  6. By Zulugar on
    Xscape is the second posthumous album (and fourth posthumous release overall) by Michael Jackson, released in May The album was infamously leaked less than 24 hours prior to it’s official.
  7. By Voodoogul on
    A Place With No Name A creative re-imagining of America’s classic, “A Horse With No Name,” Jackson’s adapted “A Place With No Name” tells a story about a man whose car breaks down in the desert and is led by a mysterious woman to an utopian city where “no one is in fear” and “no .
  8. By Yocage on
    I was considerably affected by Michael's passing, and lamented the idea of not hearing any more new material from him. Until now. Personally I think this is the best MJ album since Dangerous. The production is fantastic, and Michael's vocals are stellar throughout. Best songs: "Love never felt so Good", "A Place with no Name", "Slave to the.

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