1. I'll Be There (The Stripped Mixes) (3:55)
2. Ben (The Stripped Mixes) (2:42)
3. Who's Lovin' You (The Stripped Mixes) (4:24)
4. Ain't No Sunshine (The Stripped Mixes) (4:08)
5. I Want You Back (The Stripped Mixes) (3:48)
6. ABC (The Stripped Mixes) (3:11)
7. We've Got A Good Thing Going (The Stripped Mixes) (3:15)
8. With A Child's Heart (The Stripped Mixes) (4:07)
9. Darling Dear (The Stripped Mixes) (2:33)
10. Got To Be There (The Stripped Mixes) (3:15)
11. Never Can Say Goodbye (The Stripped Mixes) (3:11)
Less than an hour after the memorial service for Michael Jackson at the Staples Center, Universal Music Group announced The Stripped Mixes, a collection of Michael's and J5 classic songs.
The Stripped Mixes was to feature "stripped" mixes of Michael Jackson's classic Motown-era songs. The album was released in stores on July 28, 2009.
The Stripped Mixes is an album of new mixes of early Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 classics. Utilizing the original Motown session tapes, these new mixes strip away certain instruments and studio frills to instead focus on the essence of the spectacular recordings--Michael's vocals and the harmonies provided by his brothers.
The recordings on Michael Jackson: The Stripped Mixes shine a fresh light on Michael Jacksons early career and are proof that his music will live forever.
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