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Mr Magic
This album had five number one hits:

I Just Can't Stop Loving You
Bad
The Way You Make Me Feel
Man in the Mirror
Dirty Diana




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eddstarr
No one but Michael Jackson could follow mega releases like "Off the Wall" and "Thriller"  - and score yet another worldwide hit album like "Bad". Michael proved to everyone that he was 80's Solid Gold!
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Vaporman87

Ah. But "Fat", that was the best version. :lol

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Mr Magic
There was no limit to what Mikey could do.
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Growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional.




FlixtheCatJr
I remember when I was four and in Manhattan with my parents and my dad picked up "Bad" on record format for my mom. Good album, just so damn good.
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"Be who you are and say what you feel. Because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss.
shakin steak
Kids on the bus would ask me if I was bad. We didn't have cable TV and I knew nothing about popular music. I said no, I said yes, no matter what I said it was the wrong answer and they made fun of me. 
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juannitasantiago
I like this album so much! 
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eddstarr
Michael Jackson and his "Bad" album got me thinking about how dynamic the 80's music scene was.

For me the 80's will remain as one of the greatest decades in popular music.It was cool to be young and joke around with all my friends while awesome music played in the background - everywhere!

For example:


Can you name a "roni"?


I'm all about, "macaroni"



I'm down with "beefaroni"



Kinda iffy about "rice-a-roni"


But only Bobby Brown could sing about, "tender roni", LOL!

Gotta give it to Bobby, he looked Good in a suit. Miss how the 80's featured great songs and excellent tailored outfits along with smooth moves on-stage. All influenced by Michael Jackson and the rise of the "boy band" fad.


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