Everybody knows somebody who loves Michael Jackson. Say what you will about ‘The King of Pop’ (it’s all been said before), you’ve gotta love his moves, or at least, someone you know does. His transformations – as a singer, dancer, and boogie man—are captured in these singles which span his career from 1979’s “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” to 1997’s “Blood on the Dancefloor”. One side of the CD is audio; flip it over for the DVD and a kick-ass lesson in how to dance. Each boxed set is numbered, giving this sharp little present that extra bit of caché. [Visionary: The Video Singles]
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