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Packed with unforgettable photographs and archival reporting, People's special tribute to the late pop star looks back at a life like no other. From his impoverished upbringing in Gary, Ind., to child stardon, to the unprecedented global success of Off the Wall and Thriller, to ground-breaking videos, his marriage to Lisa Marie Presley, and the well-publicized dramas of his later years, Thriller: Remembering Michael Jackson tells the King of Pop's story as only People, America's diary of popular culture, can tell it

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Partly by chance, partly by design-is there anyone else who so wanted to be different?-there was never a life like Michael Jackson's. Preposterously talented, fronting the Jackson 5 from early childhood, he captivated kids, and more than a few grown-ups, with fancy footwork, effortless high C's and charisma to burn.

And that was only prelude. Thriller launched Jackson into a new level of celebrity stratosphere - more media, more attention, more intensity - that even Elvis or the Beatles had never experienced. How he dealt with that fame - how he used it, and how it, arguably, overwhelmed him - became, in later years, the heart of the Michael Jackson story.

Remembering Michael looks back at the triumphs, and struggles, of a life like no other.

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9781603201315
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People
Publisher:
People
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People Magazine
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From the Editors of People Magazine
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People Magazine
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People Magazine
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Editors of People
Subject:
Composers & Musicians - Pop
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Entertainment & Performing Arts - General
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Rock musicians
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Jackson, Michael
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Biography-Composers and Musicians
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Publication Date:
20090831
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Hardcover
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English
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Y
Pages:
96
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10.98x8.24x.60 in. 1.45 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Packed with unforgettable photographs and archival reporting, People's special tribute to the late pop star looks back at a life like no other. From his impoverished upbringing in Gary, Ind., to child stardon, to the unprecedented global success of Off the Wall and Thriller, to ground-breaking videos, his marriage to Lisa Marie Presley, and the well-publicized dramas of his later years, Thriller: Remembering Michael Jackson tells the King of Pop's story as only People, America's diary of popular culture, can tell it
"Synopsis" by , Partly by chance, partly by design-is there anyone else who so wanted to be different?-there was never a life like Michael Jackson's. Preposterously talented, fronting the Jackson 5 from early childhood, he captivated kids, and more than a few grown-ups, with fancy footwork, effortless high C's and charisma to burn.

And that was only prelude. Thriller launched Jackson into a new level of celebrity stratosphere - more media, more attention, more intensity - that even Elvis or the Beatles had never experienced. How he dealt with that fame - how he used it, and how it, arguably, overwhelmed him - became, in later years, the heart of the Michael Jackson story.

Remembering Michael looks back at the triumphs, and struggles, of a life like no other.

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