Thriller 25: Limited Japanese Single Collection

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Thriller 25: Limited Japanese Single Collection
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ReleasedMarch 28, 2008 (Japan)
RecordedApril 14 – November 8, 1982
Studio Westlake Recording Studios
(West Hollywood, California)
Label Sony Music Distribution, Epic, Legacy, MJJ Productions
Producer Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones
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Thriller 25: Limited Japanese Single Collection
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Thriller 25: Limited Japanese Single Collection was a 25th anniversary limited Japanese edition box set released in 2008 for the American recording artist Michael Jackson's sixth studio album Thriller . The original album sold 66 million copies worldwide, making it the world's best selling album of all time. [1]



The limited edition box-set contains a 14-track set of all seven CD singles that were released, with two tracks on each CD plus each disc having B-sides, the A-side being the main single taken from the Thriller album. Each CD is housed in a mini-LP replica cardboard sleeve with the original artwork including Sony inner sleeves and "vinyl look" discs, with the set housed in a glossy 5" picture box with a Japanese and English lyric booklet and gold "King Of Pop" obi strip). [1]

Track listing

Disc one: "The Girl Is Mine"
1."The Girl Is Mine" (with Paul McCartney) Michael Jackson 3:41
2."Can't Get Outta the Rain"Jackson, Quincy Jones 4:08
Disc two: "Billie Jean"
1."Billie Jean"Jackson4:53
2."It's the Falling in Love" Carole Bayer Sager 3:48
Disc three: "Beat It"
1."Beat It"Jackson4:17
2."Get on the Floor" (B-Side Remix / Album Version #2)Jackson4:39
Disc four: "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"
1."Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" (New Edit / Edit Of The Album Version)Jackson4:17
2."Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" (7' Instrumental)Jackson4:17
Disc five: "Human Nature"
1."Human Nature" (New Edit / Edit Of The Album Version) John Bettis, Steve Porcaro 3:45
2."Baby Be Mine" Rod Temperton 4:20
Disc six: "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)"
1."P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" James Ingram, Jones4:00
2."Workin' Day and Night (Live recording from the 1981 album The Jacksons Live! )" (Edited Version)Jackson4:26
Disc seven: "Thriller"
1."Thriller" (Special Edit / European Single Version / 7' Edit)Temperton4:39
2."Things I Do for You (Live recording from the 1981 album The Jacksons Live!)" (Edited Version) Randy Jackson, Jackson3:38


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