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07.10.09
11:23

Michael Jackson Dead at age 50 Live Coverage: Public Memorial Service: Staples Center Fans Tribute

Michael Jackson’s Public Memorial service was held at the staples center in Los Angeles, CA on July 7th 2009 days after death on June 25th 2009. Word on the street was that there were over 1 million people who tried to attend this free memorial service for Michael. It was a lottery pick so this meant that there were thousands of people lined up outside of the servivce to show their appreciation and love for Michael Jackson “The King of Pop” Thank you for inspiring the Pseudo Rebels Michael Jackson…Rest In Peace

DP3
07.8.09
21:24

For the last 48 hours Michael Jackson’s Do You Remember the Time has been firmly stuck in my head. Oddly enough I don’t actually think I’d heard the song in over a year, even though it is entirely possible that it may have been slipped into any of the multiple montages of Jackson’s music that have bombarded the radio and television ever since his passing. The fact that I couldn’t shake this song, along with the staggering estimation that over a billion people world wide viewed his memorial service on television got me thinking about the impact that this man has had.

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toobillion
06.29.09
11:54

Everyone has been celebrating Michael Jackson’s iconic influence on pop/dance music the last few days. And it’s been a wonderful time to reflect on the huge impact that this man had. Our new record Shut Up & Party! is influenced greatly by Michael’s work and I wanted to share a few specific examples.

“Beat It” is my first MJ memory and I just love that mysterious intro that pops in to the beat. Below is a clip from Beat It and below that is a clip from our lead-off track Janet Louise. When you listen to them both it is easy to hear the influence!

Beat It example
Janet Louise example

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bnyce
06.27.09
15:22
I don’t think that I have heard one bit of positive news about Michael Jackson in maybe 10 years? Now, the “King of Pop” is dead and the first e-mail that I received was a picture of little kids peaking out of a cupboards with a tag line that read ” It’s OK, you can come out now”. It’s too bad that Michael Jackson’s legacy is going to include so many skeletons. Especially since there were also so many highlights as he made his way through the pop world and changed the course of music as we know it. Here are a few…

I think everyone can remember the day they watched the “Thriller” Dance

This is the Michael that everyone fell in love with
Michael Jackson Got to Be There album cover 1971

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