Whatever Happens - Michael Jackson - Invincible (CD, Album)

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  1. As an overall album Invincible still manages to have enough quality to make it better than most pop albums but as a Jackson album its a real disappointment and by far his weakest album, other than Blood On The Dancefloor.
  2. Michael Jackson - Whatever Happens (Audio) “Whatever Happens” by Michael Jackson Listen to Michael Jackson: swizcantosucacomppobiguzzwardfurti.co For the Latin-infused “Whatever Happens.
  3. "Whatever Happens" is a song by Michael Jackson from his studio album, Invincible. It features Carlos Santana on guitar.
  4. Jun 20,  · Also this album is unlike Jackson's normal style of music. It has a lot of outside influence and variation between tracks. Jackson didn't go crazy on this record with his ego problems. Good music and lots of tracks. All well done and it's not pompous like the History album was. This is the only record from Michael that I ever bought!/5(47).
  5. Oct 30,  · Editorial Reviews. Michael Jackson was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March after 3 decades as the most successful solo artist in pop music history. His first studio album in 6 years, "Invincible" includes the hit singles "Rock My World" and "Cry." Includes: Unbreakable - Heartbreaker - Invincible - Break Of Dawn - Heaven Can Wait - Rock My World - Butterflies - /5(K).
  6. Michael Jackson - Invincible (CD, Album, Gre) CD [16] (EX/EX) GREEN. C $ shipping: + C $ shipping. Epic Invincible Michael jackson CD. C $ Notorious B.I.G, or recruiting guitar great Carlos Santana to contribute some tasty playing to the Latin slow-burn of "Whatever Happens." Elsewhere, comedian Chris Tucker contributes.
  7. Invincible is the first Michael Jackson album that, as hard as it tries, doesn’t start with an aesthetic bang. The next two songs, also laced with faulty beats by Rodney Jerkins and both featuring a rapper who should’ve been limited to one song or the other, do better, but only because MJ’s signature ad-libs are still vigorous enough to.

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