|1. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'|
|3. They Don't Care About Us|
|4. Human Nature|
|5. Smooth Criminal|
|6. The Way You Make Me Feel|
|7. Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)|
|8. I Just Can't Stop Loving You|
|10. Beat It|
See all 16 tracks on this disc
|1. She's Out Of My Life (Demo)|
|2. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (Demo)|
|3. Beat It (Demo)|
|4. Planet Earth (Poem)|
MICHAEL JACKSON'S THIS IS IT--THE MUSIC THAT INSPIRED THE FILM
There has never been an event like this in the history of entertainment!
Michael Jackson's This is It – The MUSIC
Deluxe Commemorative Edition Album with hard cover casebook packaging. The two-disc This is It album is a stand-alone companion to the motion picture and includes a 36-page, commemorative booklet featuring exclusive photos of Michael from his last rehearsal
Disc one will feature the original album masters of some of Michael's biggest hits arranged in the same sequence as they appear in the film. The disc ends with two versions of the never-released "This Is It." This song is featured in the film's closing sequence and includes backing vocals by Michael’s brothers, the Jacksons.
Disc two offers previously unreleased versions of some of the artist's classic tracks. This disc also features a touching spoken word poem from Michael Jackson entitled "Planet Earth" that has never been heard before.
Michael Jackson’s This Is It – The MOVIE
This Is It offers Jackson fans and music lovers a rare, behind the scenes look at the performer, his career, and the stage spectacular that would have been. It is a unique piece of music history.
This is It features Michael Jackson's rehearsal footage filimed in LA as he prepared for the O2 Arena shows, alongside candid personal insights and interviews with his creative collaborators, dancers, and singers on set. Producer Kenny Ortega calls the footage "raw, emotional, moving and powerful."
Tickets on sale from Sept 27th
World premier in Los Angeles Oct 27th
Nationwide release across Canada Oct 28th (opening with midnight screenings)
Limited 2 week engagement in theatres