Fans to choose tracks for Jacko''s new album
Washington, Aug 7 : In an exclusive deal, honouring Michael Jackson''s 50th birthday, fans will be able to choose the track listing of his new album, ''King of Pop''.
The album will have a collection of the greatest hits of the music legend and will be released on August 25th, and it will be entirely on the songs that fans wish to see featured, Contactmusic reported.
This is the first time that a fan-driven album has been produced and it has been made possible by Sony BMG partnering with GMTV and the Sun newspaper.
The three have given Jackson''s UK fans the chance to vote for their favourite songs, with the top 18 forming the album''s track listing.
Fans have been given the choice of picking up the songs from a classic line-up of tracks, which include dance floor favourites such as Billie Jean, Off the Wall, Bad and Thriller.
Among them are the famous iconic collaborations such as The Girl is Mine and Say Say Say with Paul McCartney along with Scream featuring his sister Janet.
The 50 tracks available for voting are:
I Just Can''t Stop Loving You
In The Closet
Black Or White
Will You Be There
You Are Not Alone
Who Is It
Blood On The Dance Floor
P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
Leave Me Alone
Heal The World
Give In To Me
Another Part Of Me
You Rock My World
Man In The Mirror
Don''t Stop ''Til You Get Enough
She''s Out Of My Life
Gone Too Soon
Workin'' Day And Night
The Way You Make Me Feel
The Lady In My Life
For All Time
Remember The Time
They Don''t Care About Us
Childhood (Free Willy 2)
Stranger In Moscow
Is It Scary
One More Chance
Break Of Dawn
Rock With You
Off The Wall
Wanna Be Startin'' Somethin''
We Are Here To Change The World
The Girl Is Mine
Say Say Say
King of Pop by Michael Jackson will be released on August 25th. (ANI)
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