English singer George Michael released five studio albums, two compilation albums, one extended play, 47 singles, three promotional singles, 31 music videos and five video albums. In his career, Michael sold over 80 million records worldwide, making him one of the world's best-selling artists of all time. Michael's debut solo album, Faith, was released by Epic Records in the United Kingdom in October 1987.
This article contains the albums discography of the American musician Michael Jackson. It consists of ten studio albums and a partial list of live albums, compilations, extended plays, soundtracks and remix albums. Also listed are peak chart positions from 10 selected countries (markets), with relative sales and certifications. Sales in parentheses are of albums not certified.
Redirected from Michael (Michael Jackson album)). Michael is the first posthumous album of previously unreleased tracks by American singer Michael Jackson, released on December 14, 2010 by Epic Records and Sony Music Entertainment. It is the first release of all-new Jackson material since Invincible in 2001 and the seventh since Jackson's death on June 25, 2009.
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The front cover of the album shows Michael in a leather jacket, staring at you. This conveys the menacing attitude of the title track. Release Date August 31, 1987. Interpolated By. Even Worse - Album Art by "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Michael spent the greater part of 1987 writing and recording the songs for the Faith album. In addition to playing a large number of instruments on the album, he wrote and produced every track on the recording except for one, "Look at Your Hands", which he co-wrote with David Austin. A contemporary pop-R&B album, Faith showcases the vocals of Michael in a new style mode. George Michael embarked on a world tour to promote the album in February 1988, opening at Tokyo's Budokan Stadium, before going on to dates in Australia, Europe and North America. In Los Angeles, Michael was joined on stage by Aretha Franklin for a duet on "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)". While on tour, new singles from the album continued to be released.