Review #36: Off The Wall, Michael Jackson

#36: Off The Wall, Michael Jackson

Gosh, it’s no fun to be a music critic. Every time I jam to a Michael Jackson song I have to feel bad about it.

As long as we’re forced to reckon with Michael Jackson and the unhappy reality of his life, we might as well remember that Jackson was once a child star with an abusive father. Not that this excuses any of his (alleged)…

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