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Thread started 06/07/06 11:38am

miguelbulcao

Unreleased MJ album called Ressurrection?

Is this real?

Resurrection is the rumoured title of an album Michael Jackson was working on in 2003. Production of the album was haulted in late 2003 when Jackson was arrested and charged with child sex abuse


Rumoured tracklist

The track list for the album was never revealed, however there were many rumours of songs, as well as several internet leaks of demos of songs Jackson was working on during 2003. Songs that were rumoured to be on "Resurrection" included:

"Another Day" (with Lenny Kravitz) - a song Jackson recorded with Lenny Kravitz. Kravitz said of the song, "working with Michael Jackson was probably the best recording experience of my life. He was totally cool, absolutely professional and a beautiful, beautiful guy. And let’s not forget, Michael is a musical genius".
"Crush" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded in 2003.
"Prayer for Peace" (with Barry Gibb) - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded with Barry Gibb. Both musicians have neither confirmed nor denied this song.
"Pressure" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Seduction" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Ekam Satyam (The One Truth)" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded with A.R. Rahman.
"The Pain" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Trust in My Heart" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded in 2003.
"Xscape" - a song that was leaked to the internet in early 2003, later confirmed to be real.
Other songs that were recorded during the Invincible sessions, but not release on the album, that may have been kept for the 2003 album:


First sessions (1999-2000)
"All My Children" (Michael Jackson, T. Riley, R.C. Stites)
"Do You Love Me?" (Babyface)
"Do You Want Me?" (Sisqo, Dru Hill)
"Kick It" (M. Jackson, R. Jerkins, F. Jerkins, L.S. Daniels, N.Gregg)
"On My Anger" (M. Jackson, T. Riley)
"Seeing Voices" (M. Jackson, R. Charles, Sidney Fine)
"She Was Lovin' Me" (M. Jackson, C. Rooney)
"The Gloved One" (Sisqo)
"This Is Our Time" (M. Jackson, D. Foster, L. Hill)
"What's A Guy Gotta Do?" (Pharell Williams)
[edit]
Second sessions(2000-2001)
"House Of Style" (M.Jackson, T.Riley, Tyrese, A.Harris)
"I Don't Live Anymore" (M.Jackson)
"Maybe We Can Do It" (M. Jackson, P.Diddy, R. Jerkins)
"New Attitudes" (Michael Jackson)
"That Kind Of Lover" (M. Jackson, Ray Ruffin)
"You're A Liar" (Michael Jackson)


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Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resurrection_%28Michael_Jackson%29
[Edited 6/7/06 11:39am]
Reply #1 posted 06/07/06 11:41am

miguelbulcao

If real, the Pharrel, Kravitz tracks should be great...
Reply #2 posted 06/07/06 11:46am

Ellie

Most of those tracks exist as far as I know, but the Lenny Kravitz one was an Invincible outtake, as was one with Lauryn Hill.

I doubt they're an actual album's tracklisting though, just random songs in the vault - particularly that silly title which fans have been harping on about as part of their own ideas of what the next title should be. .
Reply #3 posted 06/07/06 11:49am

miguelbulcao

Ellie said:

Most of those tracks exist as far as I know, but the Lenny Kravitz one was an Invincible outtake, as was one with Lauryn Hill.

I doubt they're an actual album's tracklisting though, just random songs in the vault - particularly that silly title which fans have been harping on about as part of their own ideas of what the next title should be. .


Have some them leak?
Reply #4 posted 06/07/06 12:32pm

Ellie

Nope, only Xscape, which was a first draft version which is supposed to be totally different from what MJ wanted.
Reply #5 posted 06/07/06 12:48pm

Graycap23

Looking at the list I'll bet most of this stuff sounds EXTREMELY dated.
Reply #6 posted 06/07/06 1:01pm

Cloudbuster

Graycap23 said:

Looking at the list I'll bet most of this stuff sounds EXTREMELY dated.


You can tell that by song titles alone?
Reply #7 posted 06/07/06 1:06pm

Graycap23

Cloudbuster said:

Graycap23 said:

Looking at the list I'll bet most of this stuff sounds EXTREMELY dated.


You can tell that by song titles alone?


No the associated artists. Teddy Riley, Sisqo,Puffy, etc....
Reply #8 posted 06/07/06 1:14pm

Cloudbuster

Graycap23 said:

No the associated artists. Teddy Riley, Sisqo,Puffy, etc....


So anyone who makes music for several years is dated?

Ummm... ok. Guess Prince has been a has-been since around '84, then. lol
Reply #9 posted 06/07/06 1:15pm

Cloudbuster

Any chance to knock the Jacko and they all come crawling.

Sad. lol
Reply #10 posted 06/07/06 1:22pm

Graycap23

Cloudbuster said:

Graycap23 said:

No the associated artists. Teddy Riley, Sisqo,Puffy, etc....


So anyone who makes music for several years is dated?

Ummm... ok. Guess Prince has been a has-been since around '84, then. lol


Does NOT work with musical talent the like's of Puffy.
Reply #11 posted 06/07/06 1:24pm

Cloudbuster

Graycap23 said:

Does NOT work with musical talent the like's of Puffy.


Ok. smile
Reply #12 posted 06/08/06 12:58am

DavidEye

Around 2002 or so,Irv Gotti of Murder Inc. said that he would be producing several tracks for Michael Jackson.
Reply #13 posted 06/08/06 1:04am

Diddy

Cloudbuster lol smile smile smile
Reply #14 posted 06/08/06 2:16am

dag

miguelbulcao said:

Is this real?

Resurrection is the rumoured title of an album Michael Jackson was working on in 2003. Production of the album was haulted in late 2003 when Jackson was arrested and charged with child sex abuse


Rumoured tracklist

The track list for the album was never revealed, however there were many rumours of songs, as well as several internet leaks of demos of songs Jackson was working on during 2003. Songs that were rumoured to be on "Resurrection" included:

"Another Day" (with Lenny Kravitz) - a song Jackson recorded with Lenny Kravitz. Kravitz said of the song, "working with Michael Jackson was probably the best recording experience of my life. He was totally cool, absolutely professional and a beautiful, beautiful guy. And let’s not forget, Michael is a musical genius".
"Crush" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded in 2003.
"Prayer for Peace" (with Barry Gibb) - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded with Barry Gibb. Both musicians have neither confirmed nor denied this song.
"Pressure" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Seduction" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Ekam Satyam (The One Truth)" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded with A.R. Rahman.
"The Pain" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Trust in My Heart" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded in 2003.
"Xscape" - a song that was leaked to the internet in early 2003, later confirmed to be real.
Other songs that were recorded during the Invincible sessions, but not release on the album, that may have been kept for the 2003 album:


First sessions (1999-2000)
"All My Children" (Michael Jackson, T. Riley, R.C. Stites)
"Do You Love Me?" (Babyface)
"Do You Want Me?" (Sisqo, Dru Hill)
"Kick It" (M. Jackson, R. Jerkins, F. Jerkins, L.S. Daniels, N.Gregg)
"On My Anger" (M. Jackson, T. Riley)
"Seeing Voices" (M. Jackson, R. Charles, Sidney Fine)
"She Was Lovin' Me" (M. Jackson, C. Rooney)
"The Gloved One" (Sisqo)
"This Is Our Time" (M. Jackson, D. Foster, L. Hill)
"What's A Guy Gotta Do?" (Pharell Williams)
[edit]
Second sessions(2000-2001)
"House Of Style" (M.Jackson, T.Riley, Tyrese, A.Harris)
"I Don't Live Anymore" (M.Jackson)
"Maybe We Can Do It" (M. Jackson, P.Diddy, R. Jerkins)
"New Attitudes" (Michael Jackson)
"That Kind Of Lover" (M. Jackson, Ray Ruffin)
"You're A Liar" (Michael Jackson)


~
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resurrection_%28Michael_Jackson%29
[Edited 6/7/06 11:39am]

I´d love to hear all those songs. Some of MJ´s unreleased songs are better than released ones. The only song I´ve heard is Escape and for me it is one of the best MJ tracks ever.
"When Michael Jackson is just singing and dancing, you just think this is an astonishing talent. And he has had this astounding talent all his life, but we want him to be floored as well. We really don´t like the idea that he could have it all."
Reply #15 posted 06/08/06 2:36am

MattyJam

I remember reading a Roger Freidman article saying that he was on the verge of signing a deal with Murder Inc in 2003... to be honest, I'm glad it never materialised. Michael Jackson feat. Ja Rule? No fucking thanks!
Reply #16 posted 06/12/06 7:53pm

shorttrini

miguelbulcao said:

Is this real?

Resurrection is the rumoured title of an album Michael Jackson was working on in 2003. Production of the album was haulted in late 2003 when Jackson was arrested and charged with child sex abuse


Rumoured tracklist

The track list for the album was never revealed, however there were many rumours of songs, as well as several internet leaks of demos of songs Jackson was working on during 2003. Songs that were rumoured to be on "Resurrection" included:

"Another Day" (with Lenny Kravitz) - a song Jackson recorded with Lenny Kravitz. Kravitz said of the song, "working with Michael Jackson was probably the best recording experience of my life. He was totally cool, absolutely professional and a beautiful, beautiful guy. And let’s not forget, Michael is a musical genius".
"Crush" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded in 2003.
"Prayer for Peace" (with Barry Gibb) - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded with Barry Gibb. Both musicians have neither confirmed nor denied this song.
"Pressure" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Seduction" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Ekam Satyam (The One Truth)" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded with A.R. Rahman.
"The Pain" - a song Jackson recorded in 2003. Appears on the ASCAP website.
"Trust in My Heart" - a song Jackson was rumoured to have recorded in 2003.
"Xscape" - a song that was leaked to the internet in early 2003, later confirmed to be real.
Other songs that were recorded during the Invincible sessions, but not release on the album, that may have been kept for the 2003 album:


First sessions (1999-2000)
"All My Children" (Michael Jackson, T. Riley, R.C. Stites)
"Do You Love Me?" (Babyface)
"Do You Want Me?" (Sisqo, Dru Hill)
"Kick It" (M. Jackson, R. Jerkins, F. Jerkins, L.S. Daniels, N.Gregg)
"On My Anger" (M. Jackson, T. Riley)
"Seeing Voices" (M. Jackson, R. Charles, Sidney Fine)
"She Was Lovin' Me" (M. Jackson, C. Rooney)
"The Gloved One" (Sisqo)
"This Is Our Time" (M. Jackson, D. Foster, L. Hill)
"What's A Guy Gotta Do?" (Pharell Williams)
[edit]
Second sessions(2000-2001)
"House Of Style" (M.Jackson, T.Riley, Tyrese, A.Harris)
"I Don't Live Anymore" (M.Jackson)
"Maybe We Can Do It" (M. Jackson, P.Diddy, R. Jerkins)
"New Attitudes" (Michael Jackson)
"That Kind Of Lover" (M. Jackson, Ray Ruffin)
"You're A Liar" (Michael Jackson)


~
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resurrection_%28Michael_Jackson%29
[Edited 6/7/06 11:39am]


I have Xcape....it is pretty good.
"Love is like peeing in your pants, everyone sees it but only you feel its warmth"
Reply #17 posted 06/13/06 4:12am

MartyMcFly

Cloudbuster said:

Graycap23 said:

No the associated artists. Teddy Riley, Sisqo,Puffy, etc....


So anyone who makes music for several years is dated?

Ummm... ok. Guess Prince has been a has-been since around '84, then. lol



P and Sisqo are not REALLY on the same level now are they? hmmm

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