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Genre: Popular Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 16-OCT-2001
"We wanted a tough album," producer Quincy Jones recalls in a bonus interview on this special edition of Bad. Though the 1987 blockbuster would appear to be Michael Jackson's most personal statement to date--9 of its 11 cuts were written solely by him--its appeal also rested more on craft than the idiosyncratic art of Thriller and Off the Wall. At the same time, most of Bad has aged well in spite of its digital brittleness and MIDI treatments of gems like Jimmy Smith's organ solo on the title track. While the third best of his first three Epic solo discs, Bad carries a lot of what people love about Jackson's music. This disc also benefits from two fine outtakes, the exciting, uptempo "Streetwalker" and the Carpenters homage "Fly Away." Either could easily have extended the record's run of hit singles. --Rickey Wright
Fix your hair. Spend hours on it. As if it's gonna help anything. Just one more minute, might cause some guy to actually look at it. Making that one lock perfect. Maybe someone will think you're pretty. Maybe it will help you convince yourself that you can be beautiful. So much time spent, it's taking up your life. Your face. Can't you even look at it without grimacing. Critiquing every flaw. Try to be perfect. Blemishes. You're not perfect. But cover them up anyways. Maybe someone will look at your face now and think you're pretty. Make your eyes pop. A little color. Make them stand out. Your eyes are so pretty. Maybe if someone looks at you, they'll see your eyes first. They'll love your eyes. They'll think you're pretty. Maybe a little lip gloss. No guy would want to kiss you with chapped lips. Maybe they'll like you more if your lips shine and your eyes sparkle. Stand back. You hate mirrors. They show you too much. Fix your hair a little. That one strand being out of place is driving you crazy. There, now you're prettier. Every angle. Check every angle. If someone sees you from behind. Is it perfect? Am I perfect? Will they like what they see. Stupid mirror. It's so critical. You're not pretty enough. There's nothing that can fix you. Maybe if you wear something nice. They'll see your clothes and think you're pretty. But you hate getting dressed. You have nothing to wear. Nothing. You're too fat for those pants. Stand on your tippy-toes like when you were little. Now your legs look slightly longer. A shirt. Shirts are bad. You just want to be pretty. Why is this so hard? Mirror, you need a mirror. Fix your hair. Why is everything ugly. Stand there. Look.
If I just had someone else's legs. Then I'd look good in these pants. Anyone else's legs would be better than mine. I need new shirts. My shirts are ugly. They make me look bad. My hair. Fix it again. I don't want anyone to see me. It's a bad day. Wear a sweatshirt. Put up the hood. Maybe. Just stay home. Stop trying to be perfect.
i'm sorry this is so long. just me.
Who Is This Girl I See Staring Straight Back At Me?
On the surface, my alter ego looks like a girl who doesn’t care about anything and doesn’t have any fears. However, although she may seem like she doesn’t care about anything, in reality, she cares too much about everything. While she may come off as being flawless and beautiful, she would actually be quite awkward looking if she took off the lip liner and put on some glasses. Instead of enjoying being a teenager, my alter ego fears it.My alter ego differs from my self portrait because my real self is having the best time she can possibly have with high school. In my self portrait, I am happy and carefree. While looking extremely nerdy, I am also extremely happy with the life I live. My alter ego could not say the same about her fake life. The aspect of me in my alter ego is the idea that I don’t care who thinks what about me. However, instead of acting on this in an “I’m going to be rebellious” kind of way, I act on it in an “I’m going to do the things I love and not care who laughs at me about it” way. To me, this makes life much more enjoyable. When I took my alter ego self portrait, I put on the most rebellious t-shirt I owned which, ironically, was a shirt from the seventh Harry Potter movie. I then opened up a make-up kit that I rarely used and explored the contents, finding products that I would never use in there, such as lip liner. I also teased my hair out so that it looked fuller. After I was in “costume,” I sat on the sink in my bathroom, where there are several bright light bulbs over head. I turned them all onto the highest lighting possible so that my hair would look lighter than its usual chestnut brown. I looked at the reflection of my camera’s LCD screen in the bathroom mirror so that I would get a proper headshot. After taking about 40 pictures, I selected the one that looked the least like me to be edited in Photoshop, where I covered out a couple of little zits and got rid of the red color cast that was over the picture.
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