Michael Jackson’s ‘Dangerous’

Michael Jackson’s ‘Dangerous’ is his eighth studio album released on November 26, 1991 and featuring the hits ‘Black or White,’ ‘Remember the Time,’ ‘In the Closet,’ ‘Jam’ and more.

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Track Listing : 1.Jam (Michael Jackson, René Moore, Bruce Swedien, Teddy Riley) – 05:39 . 2.Why You Wanna Trip On Me (Teddy Riley, Bernard Belle) – 05:25 . 3.In The Closet (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley) – 06:32 . 4.She Drives Me Wild (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley, Aqil Davidson) – 03:41 . 5.Remember The Time (Teddy Riley, Michael Jackson, Bernard Belle) – 04:00 . 6.Can’T Let Her Get Away (Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley) – 05:00 . 7.Heal The World (Michael Jackson) – 06:25 . 8.Black Or White (Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell) – 04:16 . 9.Who Is It (Michael Jackson) – 06:34 . 10.Give In To Me (Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell) – 05:29 . 11.Will You Be There (Theme From Free Willy) (Michael Jackson) – 07:39 . 12.Keep The Faith (Glen Ballard, Siedah Garrett, Michael Jackson) – 05:57 . 13.Gone Too Soon (Larry Grossman, Buz Kohan) – 03:24 . 14.Dangerous (Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell, Teddy Riley) – 07:00

Musicians : Michael Jackson – Vocals . Slash – Guitar On (10) . Heavy D – Rap, Vocals On (1) . L.T.B. – Rap On (8) . Princess Stéphanie Of Monaco – Vocals On (3) . Wreckx-N-Effect – On (4) . Abraham Laboriel, Sr. – Bass . Bill Bottrell – Bass, Drums, Guitar, Mellotron, Percussion, Synthesizer . Brad Buxer – Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Percussion, Synthesizer, Vocals . Terry Jackson – Bass . Louis Johnson – Bass . John Barnes – Bass, Keyboards . Jai Winding – Bass, Keyboards, Piano . Jeff Porcaro – Drums . Teddy Riley – Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Vocals (Background) . Bruce Swedien – Drums, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals (Background) . Bryan Loren – Drums, Moog Bass, Moog Synthesizer, Percussion . Rhett Lawrence – Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer . Paul Jackson, Jr. – Guitar . Tim Pierce – Guitar . David Williams – Guitar . David E. Williams – Guitar . David Paich – Keyboards, Synthesizer . Kai Winding – Keyboard Programming . Michael Boddicker – Keyboards, Sequencers, Synthesizer . Steve Porcaro – Keyboards, Synthesizer . René Moore – Keyboards . Jasun Martz – Keyboards . Greg Phillinganes – Keyboards . Paulinho Da Costa – Percussion . Andres Mckenzie – Performer, Voices . Wayne Cobham – Sequencing . Larry Corbett – Cello . Endre Granat – Conductor . George Szell – Conductor . Johnny Mandel – Conductor . Marty Paich – Conductor, Vocals . Christa Larson – Vocals . Linda Harmon – Soprano (Vocal), Vocals . George Del Barrio – String Arrangements . Siedah Garrett – Vocals (Background) . Shanice – Vocals (Background) . Shanice Wilson – Vocals (Background) . Ashley Farrell – Voices . John Bahler – Vocals . Andraé Crouch – Vocals

Production : Produced By Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley, Bill Bottrell . Elaine Anderson – Assistant Engineer . Dan Bosworth – Assistant Engineer . John Chamberlin – Assistant Engineer . Julie Last – Assistant Engineer . Rail Jon Rogut – Assistant Engineer . Barton Stevens – Assistant Engineer . Brad Sundberg – Assistant Engineer . Thom Russo – Engineer . Michael Jackson – Engineer, Mixing . Bill Bottrell – Engineer, Mixing . Teddy Riley – Engineer, Mixing . Bruce Swedien – Engineer, Mixing . Richard Cottrell – Engineer . Jim Mitchell – Engineer . Jean-Marie Horvat – Engineer, Mixing . Dave Way – Engineer, Mixing . Matt Forger – Engineer, Mixing, Sound Design . Kevin Gilbert – Engineer, Sequencing . Bernie Grundman – Mastering . Craig Brock

Package : Nancy Donald – Art Direction . Mark Ryden – Illustrations . Michael Jackson – Liner Notes . Big Bush – Clothing/Wardrobe . Karen Faye – Make-Up

Recorded June 25, 1990–October 29, 1991 At Ocean Way Studios And Record One Studios.

Released On November 26, 1991 By Epic Records.

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PopMatters
Michael Jackson, Dangerousand the Reinvention of Pop Perhaps the most significant addition to the new creative team, however, wasn’t made until the final year. Jackson remained dissatisfied with many of the rhythm tracks. He wanted them to hit harder, to feel edgier […]

What is This Shit?
But hell, screw consistency. Yeah, the first six tracks mesh pretty well, but I don’t care for “In The Closet” and some of the other Riley-heavy tracks can sound too samey. […]

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