|1. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'|
|2. Baby Be Mine|
|3. The Girl Is Mine|
|5. Beat It|
|6. Billie Jean|
|7. Human Nature|
|8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)|
|9. The Lady In My Life|
|10. Interview - Quincy Jones|
|11. Someone In The Dark|
|12. Interview - Quincy Jones|
|13. Billie Jean (Home Demo From 1981)|
|14. Interview - Quincy Jones|
|15. Interview - Rod Temperton/Quincy Jones|
|16. Interview - Quincy Jones|
|17. Voice-Over Session from 'Thriller' - Michael Jackson/Vincent Price|
|18. Interview - Rod Temperton/Quincy Jones|
|19. Interview - Quincy Jones|
See all 21 tracks on this disc
There's also the title track, which takes a cue from Parliament's concept pieces in employing Vincent Price to warn that nonfunky forces will "terrorize y'all's neighborhood." Thriller, of course, continues to battle with the Eagles' first greatest-hits package for the title of biggest-selling U.S. long-player ever. Bonus material on this edition includes "Someone in the Dark," from Jackson's E.T. children's album, and a Quincy Jones interview in which the producer cites "My Sharona" as the inspiration for "Beat It"--and, even better, the real-life Billie Jean's claim that Michael was "the father of one of her twins." --Rickey Wright
Also included in all versions of the release is a new personal greeting from Michael Jackson to his fans penned exclusively for this special release.
I do think this was a better follow up to Off The Wall.
Michael Jackson, the biggest selling recording artist in history, proves himself with the biggest selling album in history.
The best tracks are Wanna Be Startin Somethin, Baby Be Mine, Girl Is Mine, Billie Jean, Beat It, Human Nature and PYT!
Songs like Lady In My Life shows that he can sing beautiful ballads. The title song, "thriller" gets annoying so i skip that track often.
Michael Jackson is 100% innocent!
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