A picture taken on September 13, 1992 shows late US pop star and entertainer Michael Jackson performing during a concert at Vincennes, near Paris. AFP PHOTO/BERTRAND GUAY
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Michael Jackson returns this month from the musical grave for a second time, with a new posthumous album aimed at resurrecting his star power, five years after his untimely death."Michael" has sold a relatively modest 540,000 copies, according to Billboard magazine, which noted that Jackson's overall record sales were less than both Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash last year.The album was marred by claims that some of the vocals were not actually Jackson singing. "Xscape" comprises eight songs chosen from the vast catalogue which Jackson worked on over four decades but which did not make it into any of his iconic albums like 1982's "Thriller" or 1987's "Bad". US rapper Timbaland, the executive producer on "Xscape," said they were keenly aware of the need for the new Jackson record to stand up against the best that current pop music has to offer.
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