Epic has refurbished four Michael Jackson solo albums for release Tuesday (Oct. 16). Three of the sets -- "Off the Wall," "Thriller," and "Bad" -- include demos and previously unreleased tracks. The f

Epic has refurbished four Michael Jackson solo albums for release Tuesday (Oct. 16). Three of the sets -- "Off the Wall," "Thriller," and "Bad" -- include demos and previously unreleased tracks. The fourth album, "Dangerous," does not feature extra material due to its 77-minute running time. All of the releases are housed in deluxe slipcase packages with rare photographs and song lyrics.

"Off the Wall," which peaked at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 in 1979 and went on to spend 169 weeks on the chart, features demos for the No. 1 hit "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" and "Workin' Day and Night." It also includes interviews with producer Quincy Jones and songwriter Rod Temperton.

The worldwide smash "Thriller" sports interviews with Jones and Temperton, the Jackson/Vincent Price voice-over session for the title cut, a demo for the chart-topping "Billie Jean," and the previously unreleased cuts "Carousel" and "Someone in the Dark."

The reissue of "Bad" includes a Spanish-language rendition of the No. 1 hit "I Just Can't Stop Loving You," the outtakes "Fly Away" and "Street Walker," and an interview with Jones.

Jackson's long-awaited new album, "Invincible," is due Oct. 30 in North America. First single "You Rock My World" is No. 22 on The Billboard Hot 100 in its seventh week on the chart.