Beat It, Michael Jackson

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Beat It, Michael Jackson
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Beat It, Michael Jackson

In 1982 Michael Jackson was preparing for his next album and with the song Beat it, already selected. He approached Eddie Van Halen, guitarist of the famous band Van Halen, to add the guitar solo on the track. The song was a phenomenal success the world over when initially released and remains one of the most listened to Michael Jackson recordings. It is featured on the album Thriller which has sold more than 105 million copies and is still the world’s best-selling album.

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In 1982 Michael Jackson was preparing for his next album and with the song Beat it, already selected. He approached Eddie Van Halen, guitarist of the famous band Van Halen, to add the guitar solo on the track. The song was a phenomenal success the world over when initially released and remains one of the most listened to Michael Jackson recordings. It is featured on the album Thriller which has sold more than 105 million copies and is still the world’s best-selling album.

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In 1982 Michael Jackson was preparing for his next album and with the song Beat it, already selected. He approached Eddie Van Halen, guitarist of the famous band Van Halen, to add the guitar solo on the track. The song was a phenomenal success the world over when initially released and remains one of the most listened to Michael Jackson recordings. It is featured on the album Thriller which has sold more than 105 million copies and is still the world’s best-selling album.

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