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Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix

Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix is a remix album by Michael Jackson. The album is made up of eight remixes from Jackson's previous studio album HIStory, and five new songs. Jackson was heavily involved with the production of the new material while the remixes were produced by other artists. The new material dealt with themes such as drug addiction, women, and paranoia. The album received minimal promotion by Jackson's standards, particularly in the US. Still, a… read more



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  • I slept on the remixes for way too long. I knew the 5 original songs were greatness, but the remixes are fire. Underrated as fuck. [2]
  • Morphine's easily one of his best compositions though. It's a staggeringly impressive track and a middle finger to anyone who thinks Jackson's post '80s material has no worth. Ghosts and Superfly Sister are up there as well. Blood On The Dance Floor and Is It Scary are strong but they don't really shine like the other three do. There's nothing Blood On The Dance Floor gives you that you can't get on Dangerous and Is It Scary is a little overblown.
  • Don't really agree that this is massively underrated TBH. The remixes are mostly mediocre IMO, although the 2 Bad mix uses the Beat It riff really well. The original songs are undoubtedly very well-written and produced, but don't activate my inner 'fizz'. Too cold and industrial sounding. I know that was probably the whole idea, but still...
  • Best remix album of all time [2]
  • underrated as fuck
  • This album features 5 of Michael's best songs of all time. An artistic direction that he should have pursued. Incredibly underrated.
  • Wow. I mean, the 5 original songs are worth the price alone. But the rest... I don't see the point. This should just be an EP.
  • One of my favorite remix albums of all time, maybe even my favorite. I especially love it for the funky "Scream" remix and the title track.
  • Best remix album of all time in my opinion.
  • I LOVE this album. Basically I'm addicted to MJ remixes, because they're actually spectacular (compared to the vast majority of remixes generally). My favourite is probably Tony Moran's HIStory Lesson - what a song!!!!

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