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*Posted by crazedracer *

Michael Jackson
Venue: Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama, Japan
Date: 27 Sep 1987
Taper: Unknown
Source: Radio Broadcast
Transfer: CD-R from trade > EAC > FLAC Level 8 > you
Sound Quality: A+ in my rating and ears....

Disc 1
1 Wanna Be Startin Somethin
2 Human Nature
3 Heartbreak Hotel
4 Medley Jackson 5
5 She's Out Of My Life
6 Things I Do For You
7 Off The Wall
8 Rock With You

Disc 2
1 Lovely One
2 Working Day And Night
3 Beat It
4 Billie Jean
5 Shake Your Body > Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough tease > Shake Your Body
6 Thriller
7 I Just Can't Stop Loving You
8 Bad

My notes:
Just continuing to share shows. I have 600 or so that probably haven't been on trackers since they were downloaded to this drive in 2007-8. Hardly any MJ on the tracker at DAD. This show sounds AMAZING through my headphones. As long as you guys keep downloading, I'll keep sharing. It's a shame not to share all these incredible shows.

ORIGINAL Uploader Notes:
Thought I should check if there's some interest
for Michael Jackson.
By an accident I found some dusty Jackson stuff in my closet I forgot I had.
This one is an excellent radio broadcast from the Japanese leg
of Bad World Tour 1987-1989.
Since I got this in a trade I dont have any info
about lineage, taping equipment etc.

Do NOT encode to MP3 or any other lossy compression format!!
This is intended for free trade only. Do not buy or sell!!



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Thank you so much for sharing this! A true loved artist gone too soon, saw him Live several times in Paris, France, for the Bad Tour, Dangerous World Tour and HIStory Live Tour.... RIP MJ , you are so missed ! If you have more, please, share, ten thousands thanks from France, there is still a huge MJ fan base in my country, he was so loved, saw him also at Disneyworld Paris several times, he loved to go out in the park! and have fun like anybody else, not the weirdo man tabloids described him. He was a man of peace and a great humanitarian.
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