Michael Jackson - Ghosts
|200788 2||Michael Jackson||Ghosts (VHS, PAL)||Optimum Productions||200788 2||Europe||1996|
|200788 2||Michael Jackson||Ghosts (VHS, PAL)||Optimum Productions||200788 2||1996|
|07-200788-81, 200788 2||Michael Jackson||Ghosts (VHS, PAL, hi-)||AGFB, Optimum Productions, SMV Enterprises||07-200788-81, 200788 2||Europe||1997|
|EPC 489155 2||Michael Jackson||Ghosts (Deluxe Collector Box Set) (Box, Ltd + CD, Album + Minimax, Single + VHS)||Epic||EPC 489155 2||Europe||1997|
|none||Michael Jackson||Ghosts (VHS, Promo)||Sony Music Entertainment||none||Spain||1997|
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Ghosts is a 1997 song by Michael Jackson. It was written, composed and produced by Jackson and Teddy Riley, and was released as part of HIStoryGhosts, a double A-side single with remixes of the song HIStory from Jackson's 1995 album as the second single from Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix. Its music video was a five-minute clip taken from the much longer film of the same name. The song would become a top five hit in the UK, France and Italy. Michael Jackson's Ghosts is a 1996 short film starring singer Michael Jackson, written by horror novelist Stephen King and Mick Garris, and directed by Stan Winston. It was filmed and first screened in 1996 and released along with select prints of the film Thinner. It was released as promo a year later internationally on LaserDisc, VHS and Video CD. As of 2019, the film is available on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in Europe. Jackson plays five roles. Certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest music video of all time, Ghosts tells the story of The Maestro, a resident of an old mansion overlooking the suburban town of Normal Valley. The towns mayor also played by Michael despises The Maestros scary but harmless magic tricks, and he organizes a group of townspeople and their children to force The Maestro out of town. Music video by Michael Jackson performing Ghost. Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley. SME от лица компании Epic LatinAutor, UMPI, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPG Publishing, CMRRA, LatinAutor - Jackson - HIStory, Ghosts 1997. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Michael Jackson. Songs in album Michael Jackson - HIStory, Ghosts 1997. Michael Jackson - HIStory Unavailable. Listen free to Michael Jackson Ghosts Welcome to Normal, Did I Scare You and more. 14 tracks 49:32. Michael Joseph Jackson born August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana, died June 25, 2009 in Los Angeles, California, Was an American singer, songwriter and dancer. Dubbed the King of Pop, he is widely regarded as one of the most significant cultural figures of the 20th century and one of the greatest entertainers of all time. Michael Jackson's Ghosts is a 1996 short film, starring Michael Jackson for the song from the Blood On The Dance Floor HIStory in the Mix album. An angry mob approaches a scary looking mansion, in hopes of driving out the stranger on the inside. Seems that a child told of this man and that he tells ghost stories to scare them. This gets the whole town in a uproar including the mayor. So they form the mob to scare him away. Once the reach the gate they decide they want to go back, but the mayor denies. With Michael Jackson, Pat Dade, Amy Smallman, Edwina Moore. The music video for Michael Jackson's song Ghosts, a five-minute shortened version of Michael's original 39 minute short-film, 'Ghosts'. Director: Stan Winston. History, Ghosts 1997. Album by Michael Jackson. HIStory The Ummah DJ Mix. Midnight Theme by Manzel 1979. is a remix of. HIStory by Michael Jackson 1995. Ghosts Mousse T's Club Mix. Ghosts by Michael Jackson 1997. HIStory Tony Moran's HIStory Lesson. Ghosts Michael Jackson song. Song by Michael Jackson. from the album Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix. July 30, 1997. The Dallas Morning News described Ghosts as an angry tale of a back-stabbing woman. Michael Saunders of The Boston Globe said that album cuts like Is It Scary and Ghosts trample well-trodden ground. Sonia Murray of The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution said of the track, 'Ghosts' pounds with funk until Jackson's weak vocals come in