1. Jam (5:39)
2. Why You Wanna Trip On Me (5:24)
3. In The Closet (6:32)
4. She Drives Me Wild (3:41)
5. Remember The Time (4:00)
6. Can't Let Her Get Away (5:01)
7. Heal The World (6:24)
8. Black Or White (4:16)
9. Who Is It (6:35)
10. Give In To Me (5:29)
11. Will You Be There (7:40)
12. Keep The Faith (5:58)
13. Gone Too Soon (3:22)
14. Dangerous (6:59)Originally released: November 22, 1991.
Executive producer: Michael Jackson
Co-producer: Teddy Riley
Dangerous, released in November 1991 has sold approximately 30 million copies worldwide.
Recording sessions for the album began in Los Angeles on June 25, 1990 and ended on October 29, 1991, being the most extensive recording project of Jackson's career until that time.
The album cover was designed by Mark Ryden. The first printing of the album was released as a large box with a picture of Michael Jackson's eyes, which folded open to reveal the normal cover, in pop-up card, with the CD, and booklet in the bottom.
Early sales of the album were record breaking. In the US the album debuted at #1 with 326,500 copies sold. The album spent its four weeks straight at #1 and its first 17 weeks inside the Billboard 200 Top 10. The album managed to spent another week inside the Top 10 in its 65th week in the charts, reaching #10, after Jackon received the Living Legend Award in the 1993 Grammy Awards.
The album really enjoyed a huge boost in sales during those days in early 1993 when MJ also performed at the Super Bowl and gave his famous interview to Oprah Winfrey.
In all, Dangerous spent 117 weeks inside the Billboard 200, 30 weeks more than Bad. The RIAA certified Dangerous at 7x Platinum for 7 million copies. In the UK the album was even more successful.There it spent 23 weeks inside the Top 10.
The sales of the album were of just over 2 million, making Dangerous one of the UK's best selling albums of the nineties.
The first single released from the album, Black or White was an instant success. The album produced a total of 9 singles around the world (the title track was planned as a single for early 1994 but cancelled).
The major hits from the album were "Black or White", "Remember the Time", "In the Closet", "Heal the World", "Who Is It", and "Will You Be There".
Jackson supported the album with the Dangerous World Tour.
A Special Edition of the album appeared in 2001. It was digitally remastered and included a slipcase, a brand new 24-page colorful booklet with revised artwork and previously unseen photos.
In 1993 the album receives numerous music awards including American Music Awards for Best Pop/Rock Album and Soul Train Awards for Best R&B Album. The same year Jackson receives World Music Awards for Best Selling American Artist, World's Best Selling Pop Artist, World's Best Selling Artist Of The Era.
November 1991 - "Black or White" - #1 US #1 UK
February 1992 - "Remember the Time" - #3 US #3 UK
May 1992 - "In the Closet" - #6 US, #8 UK
August 1992 (Europe) - "Who Is It" - #10 UK - February 1993 (US) - #14 US
September 1992 (Europe) - "Jam" - #12 UK - July 1992 (US) - #26 US
November 1992 - "Heal the World" - #2 UK #27 US
February 1993 (Europe) - "Give In to Me" - #2 UK
July 1993 - "Will You Be There" - #7 US #9 UK
December 1993 (Europe) - "Gone Too Soon" - #33 UK
For All Time (1989) (4:07)
If You Don't Love Me (1989) (4:34)
Monkey Business (1989) (5:45)
Serious Effect (1990) (5:07)
What About Us (1990) (6:45)
Blood On The Dance Floor (1990) (4:14)
Superfly Sister (1990) (6:27)
Work That Body (3:29)
She Got It (4:28)
Alright Now (1989) (Michael Jackson, John Barnes)
Bottle Of Smoke (1989) (Michael Jackson)
A Baby Smiles (1979) (Michael Jackson)
Little Susie - Early Version (1979) (Michael Jackson)
Planet Earth (1990) (Michael Jackson)
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