Adored by millions of fans the world over, the Jackson brothers forever changed the landscape of popular music. The Jacksons’ unique brand of soulful pop-funk, their lengthy catalogue of hits, and their impeccable live performances
have made them one of the most beloved musical acts of all time. Idols unlike any other in music history, the Jacksons redefined, reinvented, and reinvigorated popular music as we know it. Their timeless tracks remain every
bit as infectious, incomparable, and iconic today as when they were first released. The Jacksons signature sun-drenched harmonies, energetic stage presence, and roster of smash hits have left an indelible mark on popular music:
the name ‘The Jacksons’ is known around the world, and they remain the biggest-selling family in music of all time.
Epic Records, 1984
One More Chance
Be Not Always
State Of Shock (Duet With Mick Jagger)
We Can Change The World
After a successful reunion on the Motown 25 television special in 1983, Jermaine decided to return to the group, having left Motown after nine years as a full-fledged soloist. The brothers rarely worked together on the album; it was mainly composed of solo songs the brothers had each worked on during that time. Each brother had a solo song on the album: Randy on “One More Chance” and “The Hurt", Tito on “We Can Change the World", Jackie on “Wait" and Marlon on “Body.” Jermaine only sings co-lead vocals with Michael on "Torture". He also performs ad-libs on "Wait" and is additionally named as a background vocalist on "One More Chance" and "The Hurt". "Torture" was originally planned to be a duet between Michael and Jackie (the song's writer), but when Jermaine officially re-joined the group, he took over the parts intended Jackie (who can still be heard during the song's chorus and ad-libs). The album only had two videos, for the songs "Torture" and "Body", and neither Jermaine nor Michael appeared in either one. A wax dummy of Michael acted as a stand in for the "Torture" video.
CBS Records, 1989
Art Of Madness
Nothin (That Compares 2 U)
2300 Jackson Street
Alright With Me
Play It Up
If You'd Only Believe
The single "Nothin' (That Compares To You)" features the previously unreleased track "Please Come Back To Me" on the B-side.
The single "Art Of Madness" features the previously unreleased track "Keep Her" on the B-side.
The single "2300 Jackson Street" featuring the previously unreleased tracks "When I Look At You" on its B-side, hits #9 on the Billboard R&B charts.
Other albums recorded and released by Jermaine's brothers Jackie, Tito, Marlon and Michael as The Jacksons at Epic Records between 1976 and 1980.