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Michael Jackson lifts lid on his demons from the grave

Michael Jackson’s tortured life shortly before his death has been laid bare in the lyrics on his upcoming album.

The superstar rails against the media, hangers-on, moneymen and his personal demons.


Singing on his first posthumous album, called simply Michael, his haunting lyrics were played on British soil for the first time to Metro on Wednesday.

It’s not long into the 43-minute, ten-track record before his insecurities surface.


On Monster, featuring rapper 50 Cent, he hollers: ‘Everywhere you seem to turn there’s a monster. Paparazzi got you scared like a monster.’


As question marks remain over his death last year, Jacko sings: ‘And you’re running just to scape it. But they’re gunning for the money. It’s dragging you down like a monster.’


He turns his attention to being under the media microscope on Breaking News.


‘The paparazzi will not leave him alone. Reporters stalking the moves of Michael Jackson. Everyone’s wanting a piece of Michael Jackson,’ he sings.


Then, hinting at his own self loathing, the surgery addict sings: ‘Just look in the mirror and tell me if you like what you see.’


R&B star Akon, who duets with Jacko on new single Hold My Hand, out on Sunday, said: ‘The world was not ready to hear Hold My Hand when it leaked a couple of years ago.


'Now in its final state, it has become an incredible, beautiful, anthemic song.’


The album is released on December 15.
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Michael Jackson tipped to land top album spot from beyond the grave
Dec 2 2010 By John Dingwall

MICHAEL JACKSON is poised for a stunning comeback - from the grave to No1.

And as fans eagerly await a new single and album of Jacko tracks, amazing pictures from the shoot for what should have been the singer's last video ever have been released.

The video, which was being shot for Jacko's 2003 single One More Chance and shows him jumping on tables, was never completed.

The day after the shoot, Jacko handed himself in to police following a raid on his Neverland ranch.

He then became embroiled in the sex abuse case which haunted him until his death in June 2009.

But now he is hotly tipped to return to the top of the charts at Christmas with a new 17-track album, beating even comeback superstars Take That.

Pre-orders for the album, Michael, put Jackson well ahead in the run-up to the festive season.

Michael has had the biggest pre-order of any of his albums, and is No1 across the board on all pre-order charts.

His website was also the most viewed music site in the UK last month, with fans crashing it a record 25 times.

HMV spokesman Gennaro Castaldo said: "There's a huge chance Michael will sneak in and get the top spot from Take That.

"Take That have sold over one million copies already, but someone of Michael Jackson's status, with his fanbase, has a massive chance of knocking them off.

"His fans are so excited. Like Elvis, it keeps adding to the MJ momentum."
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