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The New York Times just released this interactive infographic about Jackson's Billboard Rankings Over Time [nytimes.com]. It show the timeline of how Michael Jackson's songs performed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and how Michael Jackson's Billboard rankings compare with other notable artists, just as The Beatles, US or Mariah Carey such as via Phentermineonline.com.

More information about how the NYTimes graphics department was able to churn out this graphic so quickly, can be found at the Revolutions blog.


The world was recently saddened by the sudden loss of pop icon Michael Jackson. In memoriam of this legendary and one-of-a-kind performer, Ztarlet Star Registry has dedicated an actual star in his memory - as a symbol of the bright light that Jackson brought to the music industry and his millions of loyal fans across the globe.


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Wed 01 Jul 2009 at 11:17 AM

I will surely miss Michael Jackson, he is really worthy of the name King of Pop and he is certainly one of the greatest musicians of all time.

Wed 01 Jul 2009 at 2:27 PM
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It's really so sad that only after his death, the public finally said anything positive about this amazing talent. When I see the old pictures of Michael as a child, it's heartbreaking to imagine what horror of a childhood he must have had, being forced to take on the limelight by an abusive father. No wonder he became that way later on in his adult years. Shame on those who only now say he was great when all the while, for years you only tormented this poor man in the media. What hypocrites! He's a legend now, that's all you have to say because you are the ones who killed him-who made him drug himself.

Thu 02 Jul 2009 at 4:37 AM

He died $400 million in debt and his creditors want some money back on their investment, otherwise you sheep wouldn't be so swept up by the hype of this child molestor. He overdosed because he was a drug addict. He looked like a burn victim by choice, it was his decision to mutilate his own face. I'll concede that 20 plus years ago he was an entertainment force and he was very media savvy and adept at marketing himself but his music hasn't been played much in 15 years because he was a disgusting monster.

Wed 08 Jul 2009 at 5:55 AM

brian is 100% correct - I'm sick of all his loony fans being dishonest about the type of person Jackson actually was. Yes, he was enormously talented, but even after Thriller he spent the few records that followed treading water, at least artistically speaking, his most important work already behind him. He didn't record at all after Invincible, a record I own and tried to like.

So Jackson was immensely gifted in his prime but Springsteen and Madonna were the 2 80s icons who continued to produce vital and important pieces post-1980s, not Jackson. And as a person he just wasn't a very good person.

Tue 21 Jul 2009 at 7:55 AM

Absolutely brilliant movie, i must say i had a few incertitudes before seeing the movie but they were all solved. If anyone had any speculations about his health before the concert movie shows that MJ was in fit state and all the executions were to perfection...my favorites were probably smooth criminal, they don't really care about us (the background scenery was impressive!!), thriller, and the earth song(who nearly brought tears to my eyes), all the rest were solid too but these stood out for me the most. I have to also give reference to the special back up dancers and the guitarist who were all stunning. Seriously everyone must see this movie now you will not be unfulfilled!!! there is no doubt that he is a true legend. R.I.P MJ .Just saw the film at watchthisisit.info

Tue 01 Dec 2009 at 7:14 AM
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