To me, the image conveys a soft defiance that lets us know Michael has been hurt, but that nothing was going to defeat or destroy his inner purity.But there's more. We don't want Michael's children to suffer the devil is still after anythings MJ I hope the Jackson's know and protect Michael's children. [9], The Dallas Morning News described "Blood on the Dance Floor" as an angry tale of a back-stabbing woman and Michael Saunders of The Boston Globe described it as "a middling dance-funk cut". In celebration of BOTDF's fourth anniversary, a digital compilation album entitled The Legend of Blood on the Dance Floor was set to be released on Halloween. Support The Vigilant Citizen on Patreon and get exclusive rewards. Now I see that those album covers drawing were not put there for no reasons. I believe this is why Jesus also spoke in parables - to teach people to think - read between the lines, because like Michael and the cabal, Jesus was also being watched, stalked and harassed by the Pharisees.Remember last year, I was just coming across this information. Regular readers might notice the similarity between this transformation and the one of Maria from Metropolis and many other pop stars under Illuminati control. This album was simple, subtle yet revealing. Will review this weekend. Then again, if I'm looking for clues that don't exist, then the Invincible cover is just...a cover. Why should it be 'my' religion? A music video for their hit single from the album, "Bewitched", featured Nicole "Lady" Nogrady, who later said that she felt disrespected by the band during production of the album as well as on the music video, and found herself having to confront the band directly in order for her name to appear on the credits of her work with them. . None of us can get a hold of her. What Michael was singing about was probably being betrayed by a woman after seeming that things started to work out between Michael and this woman in this song. the EARTH, it’s next victim. The last sound effect at the end of the song is also remarkably different. Why in the hell would an artist spill his guts in lyrics or on canvas to have someone else turn it into whatever they wanted to believe. The theory intrigued me though and I wanted to explore it. (June 05, 1997). Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix is a remix album by American singer Michael Jackson.It was released on May 20, 1997, by Epic Records, and is the second album released by Jackson's own record label, MJJ Productions.The album is made up of eight remixes from Jackson's previous studio album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I and five new songs. [4], 2012 studio album by Blood on the Dance Floor. I never thought it was real, but I guess it is. [citation needed][when?] During the recording of this album, Garrett Marshal McLaughlin ("Garrett Ecstasy") was recruited to do backup vocals and screaming. ?????? The band went on tour over spring and summer 2010 to promote the release of Epic. Jackson's vocal range on the track is C3–B♭5 and aspects of the song are performed in the key F minor. Going deeper is not always easy. This track showcases all the artist's trademarks: the ooohing, the grunts, and funky basslines. Riley wanted to update the musical composition before it appeared on the remix album. Reviews at the time of release were largely mixed, but contemporary reviews have been favorable. Fair use is permitted by copyright stature. Is this a stranger? Take your time and enjoy it. Kawaii Monster pre-orders included a second disc, a remastered edition of Let's Start a Riot. Throughout the video, Jackson shows a sexual attraction towards the dancing woman—played by Sybil Azur. Gone are the glamorous, sexy shots adorning Good Girl Gone Bad and A Girl Like Me. God Bless Bonnie. hmmmm. In April 2017, Vanity announced there would be a new member, and that Blood on the Dance Floor would be returning on May 5 of that year (without Jayy Von Monroe). [7] On this song, Jackson was the sole arranger, doing such to the classical, vocal and orchestral aspects. The music industry was chosen because of it's appeal to the younger generation - the one they wanted to focus on to indoctrinate. Kanye West’s “Power”: The Occult Meaning of its Symbols, The Pandemic Thriller Movie “Songbird” Will Be Pure Predictive Programming, How the Series “Utopia” Eerily Predicted 2020, Trump’s COVID Tweet Flooded by Satanic “Curse” Replies. Hi JMK,Oh you have a long way to go from this, LOL! We should be obeying God by being “fruitful” and “multiplying” the message. I kind of see it the other way around... the secret societies and ruling elite class who enslave us all regularily flash hidden symbols and meanings through all forms of media worldwide, and this can be proven on many different levels. Pyramids are visible as mirages under the floor to the right of the dancing Michael (circled). *sales figures based on certification alone^shipments figures based on certification alone. Anybody who is seen as a threat to their organization/s can be 'exterminated' by them with ease... why wait until he reached his 50's when an unexplained car crash, plane malfunction or sudden unexplained medical condition such as a heart attack or stroke could have done the job decades earlier?2. . This breakout might explain his “mysterious” death. Susie’s got your number and Susie says it’s right. Sorry! He is awaking many people around the globe so we will know the truth each day even though he is not here physically. The story was based loosely on the events and isolation Jackson felt after he was accused of child sexual abuse in 1993. Take a look at the Middle East right now. "[34] The Cincinnati Post described the lead single as a "lackluster first release...dated, played-out dance track", but gave the album an overall favorable analysis. Knowing Michael's brilliant (and sensitive) mind, there is a reason for everything he does. "They Wanted Him Dead": about 10 days ago, I sent to you Bonnie, a message by Michael. He described "Blood on the Dance Floor" as a "bleak reworking of 'Jam' and 'Scream'". (July 13, 1997). This is NOT It Either - Michael Knew About 9-11 De... John Branca Grasping for Straws with Kuba Ka-Ka? 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