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The Resistance / Re: Fighting NWO and Demanding Democracy in Cairo
« on: February 02, 2011, 03:08:21 PM »
Quote from: "DancingTheDream"
Things are uneasy in the UK at the moment too..  lots of protests and it will get worse.

However, today i notice that the Government withdrew the police and the army stood by...  and yet the riots and fights continued.  Why are they fighting amongst themselves>???

The population is split between having a secular democratic state or state that's lead by the Muslin Brotherhood which was set-up in 1924 by MI6, if they succeed the NWO will be in full control Egypt and will have another foothold in Africa. As well being in control of the Suez Canal which is a fairly major trading for oil, lining they're pocket's further.


The Resistance / Re: Fighting NWO and Demanding Democracy in Cairo
« on: January 30, 2011, 10:39:02 AM »
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General Hoax Talk / Re: MJ's Home videos
« on: January 12, 2011, 01:10:18 PM »
I think if he performs again it'll be in the 30th Anniversary format. I remember that he wanted Lady Gaga to be the opening act for the This Is It concerts, I imagine that other artist's would perform too during his breaks.

The days of Dangerous and HIStory era performances are over. His focus will on movies now IMHO.

Oh, come on!  :roll: It's only been one day and there's already contradictions in the testamonies.

Besides, this part of the hoax was always going to be a bumpy ride, just let everything unravel before judging.

Michael / Re: Official 2nd Single Of Michael ....
« on: January 05, 2011, 06:30:22 AM »
Because he's signed to Epic, which is a label connected to Sony.

Hoax Videos / Re: Breaking News/..Rules..Ytube video against SONY!!
« on: December 14, 2010, 12:17:33 PM »
That is AWESOME :!:

Michael / Re: Enjoying MICHAEL!
« on: December 11, 2010, 11:21:59 AM »
FilmHoax is just venting his/her frustration and I can understand his/her point of view. Just try thinking thing's over and being a lot more constructive next time, you don't need to insult others to get your opinion across to other forum members. This forum preaches Love, not hate. Or atleast, it used to anyhow.

I would never purchase this album because I know full well that it isn't the product that had been promised to the fans of Michael Jackson. They're making financial gain by ripping them off. I AGREE with you on that point.

Hold My Hand - Released 3 or 4 years ago and it barely features Michael Jackson. Not a stong opening to an album like DSTYGE, WBSS, Bad, Jam, Scream, BOTDF and Unbreakable were, either. It doesn't seem a like a song he would start an album with to me, IMO.

Hollywood Tonight - The beginning reminds me of Will You Be There with the orchestra and choir. This is one of the better song's on "Michael" and I do believe it's him, whether he wanted it released? Not sure.

Keep Your Head Up - I hear both Michael Jackson and different singer on this song. It's average at best and a pure album filler because they've been left with nothing better to work with.

(I Like) The Way You Love Me - Released 6 years-ago on the Ultimate Collection. No point in a second release of a song that he clearly deemed too below par to include on a project he cared about.

Monster - Over produced to a grotesque level, nor am I convinced that's him singing. I can also hear lyrical content from other Michael Jackson song's on previous albums.

Best of Joy - This is a dated and below par piece of work. I can't imagine he'd want this released. It's a pure album filler.

Breaking News - Not Michael Jackson. Again, grostesquely over produced. It sound's more like a tribute. Terrible.

(I Can't Make It) Another Day - Ruined by the heavy guitar and over production, lyrical content has again been stolen from other Michael Jackson song's, "We've Had Enough" in particular.

Behind The Mask - This was a apparently a song Mike covered for the Thriller album, but the person/band that originally wrote and produced this song weren't impressed and prevented it's release. I'm not convinced by that explanation, I think he DID create his own version of this song because he enjoyed it so much, he wanted to put his own twist on it, much like "A Place With No Name" but I'd be surprised if he ever intended to be used as an official release on a new album.

Much Too Soon - Exceptionally dated. Though it is beautiful, it doesn't sound finished and "perfect" to me.

That's my two cents.

MJDHI Announcements / Re: Locked threads
« on: December 11, 2010, 10:30:45 AM »
TS has proved his/her information is correct. He/She predicted specific event's over the course of this that have materialized.

I'm not part of some blind faith brigade. If TS couldn't back up his/her info then I wouldn't waste my time on him/her, either.

Michael Jackson News / Re: Jacko's Rave From the Grave Is No Thriller
« on: December 10, 2010, 03:36:16 PM »
Er... Letstalkagain, I think you posted on the wrong thread.  :?

Michael Jackson News / Re: Jacko's Rave From the Grave Is No Thriller
« on: December 10, 2010, 12:55:26 PM »
Aside from calling him Jacko and some questionable 'facts' I think this is one of the more positive articles from the British media about Mike, it's telling it how it is. They're releasing material that was never supposed to be released for money, whether it damages his legacy or not is of no concern to them and let's face it, it's not as if they care about his wishes at all.

Surprised the questionable (and in a lot of cases, obviously fake) vocal's weren't picked up on after all the hoo-haa, though.


Michael Jackson News / Jacko's Rave From the Grave Is No Thriller
« on: December 10, 2010, 12:46:55 PM »
Michael Jackson has got a new ­album out next week. I know, I thought so, too. It turns out that in the ­ghoulish world of modern celebrity, being dead is no obstacle to shifting product.

There is a whole army of producers, managers, engineers and glory-­seeking collaborators queuing to help Jacko overcome the obstacle of ­having snuffed it two summers ago.

A posthumous film, This Is It, was the prelude to a posthumous recording career, starting with a dismally bland single, Hold My Hand, and now an album, Michael.

Where will this end? Who knows? Maybe they will get Michael to ­recreate that Thriller video, except this time without make-up. Work him from the back like a puppet; it is not so different to churning out this ­second-rate sacrilege in his name.

There is plenty more where this came from, though. Michael ­Durham Prince, a long-time ­engineer on Jackson records, worked on this latest release and sounded quite shameless about future plans.

Jackson recorded up to 30 songs for each album he made, applying ruthless quality control to release only the very best. Now he is safely out of the way, the vultures can feast on the carcass.

‘The focus is on this new album,’ says Prince, ‘but they’ve got so many wonderful things they can put out.’

No they haven’t. They’ve got the dregs, the detritus of a man’s recording career. They have the works in progress, the songs he rejected, pieces he was not happy with, for whatever reason.

Early reports of the album detail thin, flat vocals, key notes missed, dated melodies and sequencing errors: stuff that Jackson would never have let out of the studio had he been alive.

Epic Records claim that in a handwritten note in the possession of the Jackson Estate, Michael ­indicated he wanted the woeful Hold My Hand to be the first single for his next project. So really, they are just honouring his wishes.

How sweet. The fact this was an artist taking mind-blowing amounts of chemicals with a fragile grip on reality, and that the song in question was never completed in any way that would have constituted official ­sanction, is beside the point.

‘Michael was a perfectionist,’ says Frank DiLeo, his manager, a job that ­apparently does not croak when the client does.

‘But nothing made him happier than knowing people were getting enjoyment out of his music, and that outweighs the perfection.’

As, no doubt, do the 400,000 ­copies of Michael that are expected to be sold next week; in total, Epic will ship around 900,000 copies for the holiday market.

Death has always been joked about as a good career move in the music business, but this grim industry was taken to new levels by the posthumous marketing of the rapper Tupac Shakur. Tupac was gunned down on September 7, 1996, and died at University ­Medical Center, Las Vegas, seven days later. He was 25.

More than a decade later Tupac is bigger than ever. The six albums he made during his brief recording career — he was only active as a solo artist for five years and 11 months of that was spent in prison on a sexual assault charge — have been swamped by the eight released since his death, the most recent in 2006.

Tupac launched his own clothing brand in 2003, ­seven years after his passing, and in 2008, his estate made a profit of 15 million dollars. Considering that little goldmine, imagine how many tricks can be turned by the corpse of Michael Jackson now his career is in the hands of men with no concept of artistic quality control.

One of the songs on the upcoming album had led to claims from within the ­Jackson family that it is not even Michael’s vocal on the track.

No doubt there will be many more handwritten notes and self-serving explanations for every new release, each one inferior to the last.

Michael would constitute the sound of a barrel being scraped, were there not a good few layers of money-­spinning crud to plough through yet.

So don’t buy the album. Leave it for the nutters, the hystericals and the completists, the ones who would consume an album of kazoo music by Bubbles the chimp, if Jackson’s manager could scare up some decade old diary entry in which Michael said he was ­considering turning it into a B-side.

Everything that Jackson wanted you to hear is already out there. Then he died. Let him be.

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Michael / Re: What is your favorite song from the album?
« on: December 10, 2010, 07:39:31 AM »
(I Like) The Way You Love Me.

It's the only song I whole-heartedly like on the album.

The rest are either fake, not to standard in the first place, or have been ruined with over production.

Michael Jackson News / Re: Another Day - New Leak
« on: December 04, 2010, 04:38:53 PM »
I recognize lyrical content from other MJ song's near the end. I'm trying to think of names. Damn! Trust me to forget now.

It sound's over produced. There are too many different sound's going on and the guitar is WAY too heavy for the song.

Also, strange how I paid 99p for it today and complained because I couldn't download until the 13th and now it's been leaked..

Just like when I questioned and scrutinized the Dave Dave interview and then the Speed Demon video came out.. weird!

« on: December 04, 2010, 11:27:05 AM »
Sorry guys, I'm only allowed to download it from the 13th. Wish they'd told me that before they took my bloody money!  :roll:

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