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The One (video)

The One
Video by Michael Jackson
Released March 9, 2004
Genre Pop
Length 39 minutes
Label Epic Music Video
Producer Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson chronology
Number Ones
(2003)
The One
(2004)
Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour
(2006)

Michael Jackson The One is the DVD release of a CBS special that aired in January 2004. Released by Epic Records, it includes interviews with other celebrities about Jackson's influence on music and pop culture, and also contains clips from Jackson's previous music videos. It was certified Gold in the US five months after release, with shipments amassing 50,000 units by that point. The certification body of the US—the RIAA—recognizes the DVD as an official Michael Jackson production.[1] It was also released on Video CD format, in several Asian countries such as India and Thailand.

Contents

  • Track listings 1
    • Includes short concert footage of 1.1
  • Certifications 2
  • References 3

Track listings

Includes short concert footage of

  1. "I Want You Back"
  2. "Billie Jean"
  3. "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"
  4. "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough"
  5. "You Rock My World"
  6. "Thriller"
  7. "We Are the World"
  8. "One More Chance"
  9. "Black or White"
  10. "Another Part of Me"
  11. "Workin' Day and Night"
  12. "Smooth Criminal"
  13. "They Don't Care About Us"
  14. "Blood on the Dance Floor"
  15. "Beat It"
  16. "Man in the Mirror" (live from the Bad World Tour)

Certifications

Country Certification Sales
Australia Gold[2] 7,500+
Spain Gold[3] 10,000+
United States Gold[1] 50,000+

References

  1. ^ a b "Gold and Platinum".  
  2. ^ "ARIA To 40 Music DVD Chart".  
  3. ^ Promusicae
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