Fans across the world will be lining up to see Michael Jackson's controversial "This Is It" concert film, which hits U.S. theaters Wednesday (Oct. 28). But before you see the King of Pop work his magic on the silver screen, you can listen to the entire soundtrack for free right here.
While the film itself is based on rehearsal footage from the series of London concerts that Jackson planned before his sudden death, the double-album soundtrack features remastered versions of many of Jackson's biggest hits, in the order in which they appear in the movie. Also included on the album are two versions of the new song, "This Is It," plus a second disc of previously unreleased demos and a previously unheard spoken word poem entitled "Planet Earth."
"This Is It" Track List:
"Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" (Album Version)
"Jam" (Remastered Version)
"They Don't Care About Us" (Remastered)
"Human Nature" (Album Version)
"Smooth Criminal" (Radio Edit) (Remastered)
"The Way You Make Me Feel" (Remastered)
"Shake Your Body" (Down To The Ground) (Remastered)
"I Just Can't Stop Loving You" (Remastered)
"Thriller" (Album Version)
"Beat It" (Single Version)
"Black Or White" (Remastered)
"Earth Song" (Remastered)
"Billie Jean" (Single Version)
"Man In The Mirror" (Remastered)
"This Is It" (Album Version)
"This Is It" (Orchestra Version)
"She's Out Of My Life" (Demo)
"Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" (Demo)
"Beat It" (Demo)
"Planet Earth" (Poem)
What do you think? Will "This Is It" become a positive addition to Michael Jackson's legacy, or will it simply add to the already brewing controversy?