Michael Jackson’s ‘Dangerous’ Rocked The World When Released In November 1991
November 26, 2019

Dangerous, Michael’s first album after ending his collaboration with Quincy Jones, rocked the world when it was released November 26, 1991. It went on to win a GRAMMY, an American Music Award, a Soul Train award, and a Billboard music award. Of this record, journalist Ben Beaumont-Thomas says, “The tracks are fiendishly intricate, loaded with scratching, multiple layers of drum programming, and shiny smashes of hyper-artificial brass. In its mechanic complexity and tautly funky precision, it mirrors and amplifies Jackson’s corporeal and vocal exactitude; it also reflects Jackson’s fascination with the robotic that imperceptibly crept into his dance moves and continued in his Moonwalker film.”

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