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JACKSON DISCOGRAPHY

Friday, June 26, 2009

JACKSON DISCOGRAPHY

Michael Jackson, as a solo artist and with members of his family, dominated the music charts for decades starting in 1969. Jackson's 1982 "Thriller" album still holds the record for overall sales, moving an estimated 109 million units globally, including 28 million in the United States. Here is a list of his musical output, with sales figures where available.

Michael Jackson Albums & Sales

"Got to Be There," 1972

"Ben," 1972

"Music & Me," 1973

"Forever, Michael," 1975

"Off the Wall," 1979: 20 million (global), 7 million (U.S.)

"Thriller," 1982: 109 million (global), 28 million (U.S.)

"Bad," 1987: 30 million (global), 8 million (U.S.)

"Dangerous," 1991: 32 million (global), 7 million (U.S.)

"HIStory," 1995: 20 million (global), 3.5 million (U.S.)

"Invincible," 2001: 10 million (global), 2 million (U.S.)

Jackson 5 Albums & Sales

"Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5," 1969: 5 million (global), 4 million (U.S.)

"ABC," 1970: 5.7 million (global), 4.1 million (U.S.)

"Third Album," 1970: 6 million (global), 4.7 million (U.S.)

"The Jackson 5 Christmas Album," 1970: 3.5 million (global) .

"Maybe Tomorrow," 1971: 3.9 million (global), 3.2 (U.S.)

"Goin' Back to Indiana," 1971: 2.6 million (global), 2.1 million (U.S.)

"Lookin' Through the Windows," 1972: 3.5 million (global), 2.9 million (U.S.)

"Skywriter," 1973: 2.8 million (global), 1.8 million (U.S.)

"G.I.T.: Get It Together," 1973: 2 million (global), 1.4 million (U.S.)

"Dancing Machine," 1974: 2.6 million (global), 2 million (U.S.)

"Moving Violation," 1975: 1.6 million (global), 1.3 million (U.S.)

The Jacksons Albums & Sales

"The Jacksons," 1976.

"Joyful Jukebox Music," 1976: 202,000 (global), 123,000 (U.S.)

"Goin' Places," 1977.

"Destiny," 1978: 1.8 million (global).

"Triumph," 1980: 1.9 million (global).

"The Jacksons Live!," 1981.

"Victory," 1984: 7 million (global).

"The Jacksons: An American Dream" soundtrack, 1992: 1.1 million (global), 288,000 (U.S.)

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