See the full list. Title: Michael Jackson: Bad Video Michael Jackson 's video accompanied with the single ''Black or White''. Michael Jackson 's music video for the song 'Remember the Time. The music video features Michael Jackson signing in a stop motion animated A night at the movies turns into a nightmare when Michael and his date are attacked by a hoard of bloodthirsty zombies - only a "Thriller" can save them now. Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson star in this short-film to spread awareness on the media's constant slander on various artists. The music video shows a smiling Jackson in a black and white tuxedo with a black bow tie dancing and singing the song while appearing chroma keyed over a background of abstract geometric figures. Michael Jackson 's music video for his song "Bad". Michael had changed a lot from the time of thriller to this video
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The story of how the landmark album, which just turned 25 and will soon be re-released in a three-disc set, was forged by the "Wacko Jacko" backlash against the pop star. The next year, however, besides a brief appearance in "We Are the World," he was nowhere to be seen. Jackson was said to be a recluse "in hiding" and made few public appearances. In his absence came a flood of fantastical stories about shrines, hyperbaric chambers, and Elephant Man's bones. Most of these were harmless and actually amused Jackson , but there was a darker side to the media backlash. Jackson had become the most powerful African American in the history of the entertainment industry. It is no coincidence that this was the precise moment when the tide began to shift. From industry heavyweights and media alike, there was now suspicion, resentment, and jealousy. It was clear Jackson was not merely a naive man-child as he was often presented , or a song-and-dance man who knew and accepted his place as a static, submissive "entertainer. He was growing artistically and financially.
It was released by Epic Records on September 7, , as the second single from Jackson's third major-label and seventh studio album of the same name. The song was written and composed by Jackson, and produced by Quincy Jones and Jackson. Jackson stated that the song was influenced by a real-life story he had read about, of a young man who tried to escape poverty by attending private school but ended up being killed when he returned home. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot , and remained there for two weeks, becoming the album's second number-one single, and Jackson's eighth number one entry on the chart. Internationally, the song was also commercially successful, charting at the top of the charts in seven other countries including Ireland, Italy, Norway, Spain and the Netherlands as well as charting in the top ten in Australia, Austria, France, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. It was directed by Martin Scorsese and co-starred Wesley Snipes in one of his first appearances.