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Victory

3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Oct. 18 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000025WV
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #174,087 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Torture
2. Wait
3. One More Chance
4. Be Not Always
5. State Of Shock
6. We Can Change The World
7. The Hurt
8. Body

Product Description

Japanese only paper sleeve pressing features all new 2009 remastering. Sony.

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Format: Audio CD
During the success with ''Thriller'', Michael Jackson recorded the ''Victory album with his brothers. Perhaps to capitalise of the success of ''Thriller'', the brothers teamed up once again. Their last record ''Triumph'' had been hailed as a good effort. To support ''Victory'' The Jacksons went on a major tour, however Michael Jackson performed solo songs as well. The overall sound of ''Victory'' suggests Michael Jackson wasn't too bothered with the album. He contributed with merely 2 songs-''State Of Shock'' and ''Be Not Always'' and wrote ''The Hurt'' with David Paich, Steve Porcaro and his brother Randy Jackson. The ''Victory'' album managed to peak at No. 3 in the UK and No. 4 in the US. Its sales of 4-5 millions was deemed a flop by critics as it was expected to sell by the truckloads due to the success of the ''Thriller'' album and Michael Jackson's popularity at the time.
The album opens with the odd ''Torture''. The rocky track has Michael and Jermaine sharing lead vocals. The chorus is quite good and the noises in music are a weirdly, but it works quite well with the subject at hand. It was released as the second single, reaching No. 17 in the US and No. 26 in the UK. The video for ''Torture'' had a wax-doll of Michael Jackson instead of the real one. Apparently a fight broke out between the brothers and Michael Jackson refused to appear in the video.
''Wait'' is an up-tempo song sung by Jackie Jackson, Michael makes a short appearance with ad-libs at the end of the song. The ''Victory'' saw each Jackson member sing lead vocals, whereas Michael had been the dominant force in the past. In my opinion having all the members sing lead may have been seen as a good idea, however it is obvious that certain members have very limited vocal range.
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By A Customer on June 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
I can now understand why Michael Jackson actually sang 95% of all the vocals on the Jackson 5 and Jacksons records. The brothers just cannot sing AT ALL with the exception of a few ballads over the years by brother Jermaine. I mean, it's like they're not even from the same family. Randy has to be the worst with Marlon not at all far behind him. The best song on the album is of course, State of Shock. This is an interesting song and is the main reason I purchased the cd. Michael's other contribution, Be Not Always is unfortunately horrendous. His repetition of the word "always" drove me bonkers and his voice sounds terribly wimpy and childish. Torture is terrible but it has a certain appeal as maybe a song you'd work out to. The rhythm reminds me of those half hour excersise shows that came on PBS during the mid-80's, this song would be perfect for the something like that. All-in-all, not a good CD but if you are like someone else stated a hardcore Jackson fan you may want to purchase this for State of Shock like I did.
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Format: Audio CD
In 1982, Hollywood heavyweights Sylvester Stallone and Michael Caine teamed up with legendary striker Pele to make what many consider the greatest soccer movie of all-time: VICTORY. A period drama set during World War II and directed by the great John Huston, VICTORY tells the stirring tale of a rag-tag collection of soccer-loving POW's who plot to give their SS captors the slip in a daring escape attempt during the Allies' participation in a "goodwill match" behind enemy lines. It's gut-check time though, when the men are torn between finishing the game -- a game they thought they could never win -- and freedom.
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