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For such a boldly titled and apparently driven attempt to reinstate Michael Jackson at the center of the pop world, Invincible is a listless thing. Split between scratchy funk workouts and midtempo ballads that might have appeared as Bad B-sides, the album plays on and on while never seriously promoting dancing or romancing. Its handful of weird moments--the resurrection-by-tape of Biggie Smalls on the bridge of the title track, for instance--are hardly large-scale bizarre like the first disc of HIStory. The title track turns out to be hardly the rampant egofest you'd imagine; instead, its subject is a female whom Jackson cheers on. Likewise, the most ear-catching moments of the "comeback" single "You Rock My World" come with Chris Tucker's jivey introduction. Despite a debt to "Payback"-era James Brown, "Rock" floats away like steam midway through. It's almost a relief when the old self-regard turns up: on the growling "Privacy," Jackson rants about muckrakers "stalking" him in search of "the stories you need to bury me," all this long after foundering divas and troubled boy-group members have replaced him on tabloid covers. The man may occasionally break away from the mirror but seems unsure where else to find inspiration. --Rickey Wright


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 30, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005Q4JH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,224 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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99 of 101 people found the following review helpful By The Fancy One on March 16, 2007
Format: Audio CD
INVINCIBLE by Michael Jackson was originally released in October 2001, and as I recall, even before it came out, so-called music critics were hating on it and declaring it a flop. How in the world they could have done this, I don't know. If anything, they were rating his personal life rather than the music and that hardly seems fair, because I believe the music should speak for itself. Granted, Mike has his problems, but the fact that he is an musical icon, the most influential and gifted entertainer to surface in the past 30+ years, and a consistent hit maker cannot be ignored. I guess this CD is considered a flop merely because it didn't sell as well as his other albums. But it shows how much of an exceptionally talented individual he is when critics can only compare INVINCIBLE to other MJ albums and not to anything or anybody else. That's saying a lot - meaning that even with a so-called "flop", MJ is STILL better than anyone else out there and can only compete with himself!

While INVINCIBLE is not in the league of OFF THE WALL, THRILLER, BAD or even DANGEROUS, it is still a solid effort from Michael, featuring both funky, upbeat dance tracks and warm, effective ballads. He updates his sound with some touches of hip-hop, but also taps deeper into his R&B roots here and I'm so happy that he did because he actually SINGS instead of relying on "whoos", "oows", "eee-hees", "sham-ons" and hiccups so much to get through a song, which I never really cared for. I've always felt those signature ad-libs that Mike would utter on the songs he made during his post-THRILLER years took away from the fact that he is a truly fabulous vocalist. Just listen to the neo-soul groove of the pristine and ethereal "Butterflies", the best song on this CD, and you'll understand what I mean.
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113 of 122 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Zuurbier on October 30, 2001
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So this is Michael's first real studio album since 1995's HISTORY 2 CD set (the second disc was a new album). We saw BLOOD ON THE DANCEFLOOR in 1997, but basically that was a remixed HISTORY with a few new tracks. So here it is, 6 years fans have been waiting. A few questions come to mind. 1. Was it worth the wait? 2. Will Michael make a comeback? 3. Is the album good? I can honestly answer all three questions with a resounding YES!
INVINCIBLE is a 16 track, 77 minute album, filled with top production and innovation in music. Michael has once again created a new sound, this time by working with hot producer Rodney Jerkins, other producers include Teddy Riley, Dr. Freeze, Andre Harris, Babyface, and R. Kelly. Together, Michael has created a fresh new sound for R&B, and I'm sure others will follow his lead here.
The album starts off strong with three uptempo songs. "Unbreakable" is a nice album opener, it'll get you hoppin' to the dancefloor. It features a sample rap by The Notorious B.I.G. "Heartbreaker" is a catchy uptempo song, perfect for the clubs, a surefire hit if released. The title track is another great song. Then are two ballads, both beautifully written arranged and sang, "Break of Dawn", and "Heaven Can Wait".
"You Rock My World", the first single is a hit in its own right, its catchy, the vocals are smooth and irresistible, you can't help but groove to the music on this one. "Butterflies", the planned second single, shows Michael on a soulful type song, very beautiful, one of the album's many highlights.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By DJ Dip on May 4, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The critics have put this album down for the only reason that it is Michael Jackson and the critics don't like him. If any other artist had done this album this album would be praised because it is the best album of the new century.
When Mike does a song were he speaks his mind and is angry, the critics say that he is too aggresive. When Mike does a slow song critics say that he is too mushy and soft. When he does a song in between they just say that Mike is caught up in the past and must move on.
There is only 1 let down on this album and that is "The Lost Children." Besides this song the album is flawless and is brilliant. The album is mainly an R&B album except for the 2000 Watts. Mike has hired out R&B producer Rodney Jerkins who is the best in the game. People are saying that Mike is back. I honestly think that he never left. He has never made a bad album. (Blood On The Dance Floor was a remix cd not an album and it is a brilliant remix cd.)
Mike maintains his form with songs such as Unbreakable, Heartbreaker, You Rock My World, Threatened. He has still got the gift of the melodey with songs such as Heaven Can Wait, Butterflies, Speechless, You Are My Life & Cry.
People are saying that Invincible has flopped but it didn't really. It went to number 1 in more than 10 countries. It sold 3 million copies in 4 days which makes it his fastest selling album ever. The reason why sales suddenly dropped is because SONY music stopped marketing and promoting it. In fact they hardly really even started promoting it. If this album had been promoted as much as Dangerous was I am 100% sure that it would have hit 6 platinium by now but instead it has stopped at 2 platinium and has dropped from ever single chart in the world.
To rap everything up I just have one more thing to say. MICHAEL JACKSON IS STILL THE KING OF POP. In fact he should be the KING OF R&B because this is his true music type.
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