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Exclusive: Michael Jackson Recorded A New Album in 2007

By Roger Friedman
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Bombshell exclusive:

Michael Jackson recorded a whole new album of material in the fall of 2007. The information about the album was only recently revealed by sources close to the late pop star.

Readers of my old column will recall that I reported on November 19, 2007 that Jackson spent three months with the Cascio family in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey after decamping from a Northern Virginia home he’d been renting courtesy of then manager Raymone Bain.

Jackson, his kids, nanny and tutor landed on the Cascio doorstep at the end of the summer of 2007 and stayed until November 7th. During that time Michael was not idle, as some thought. He recorded at least a dozen tracks with Eddie Cascio, who is also known as Angel.

I’m told that Jackson’s manager and adviser, Frank DiLeo, knew that Jackson was working on a new album. DiLeo and the Cascios all declined to comment for this article.

The song titles that I’m aware of include: “Water,” a song Michael actually sang a little bit of in the movie, “This is It” (Jackson fans have commented on this on fan blogs), plus “Breaking News,” and “Burn Tonight.”

According to one source who’s heard the material, Michael’s vocals are “perfect.”

To read more go to Showbiz411.com

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  • May 2, 2010 | Permalink |

    If that is true, why that is good news!

  • May 3, 2010 | Permalink |

    oh my sweet sweet baby jesus I knew it! I knew it! I freaking knew it!!!! he was gonna call it 7even wasn’t he?! & Jason Malachi… that’s all a load of BS right?!!! michael didnt want those monsters at sony on his back with his new work, buy he couldnt release them under his own name bc sony owned mj’s name till late 2011/ early 2012 (until branca & mcclain signed that new contract after his death extending the contract & essentially selling mj’s kids to the devil) ahhhh! WTF IS GOING ON! really though?! Water? ur kidding me, that lil blurb in the movie, I thought he was thirsty & just being silly! LOL WTF ! Please someone just tell me how many ppl killed mj & what the hell is going on!

  • May 3, 2010 | Permalink |

    I heard 7even and also Resurrection as possible album titles! Can’t WAIT to get my mitts on MJ’s new music. Long live the King! I MISS YOU SOOOOOOOOO MUCH, MICHAEL!!!!!

  • May 3, 2010 | Permalink |

    I can’t wait to hear all of MJ’s new material!!! That is the only thing I look forward to as I do not care for any other artists these days. Michael Jackson is simply the best. I love you Michael and miss you more with each passing day.

  • May 4, 2010 | Permalink |

    007, me too, I just thought MJ was thirsty when he sang “water” …what a blup!..great news though.

  • May 5, 2010 | Permalink |

    Of course the vocals are perfect. What else could they be. It’s Michael.

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