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Limited double picture disc pressing features the original album art across all four sides. Michael Jackson’s masterpiece Dangerous comes to picture disc for the very first time in recognition of Michael Jackson: The Diamond Celebration! Released in 1991, Dangerous further cemented Michael’s status as The King of Pop thanks to iconic tracks like “Black Or White,” “Remember The Time,” “In The Closet,” “Who Is It,” “Will You Be There” and many more. Dangerous is his fourth studio album released for Epic, and his first since Forever, Michael (1975) not to be produced by longtime collaborator Quincy Jones who had agreed to split after the completion of Bad (1987). He co-produced it with Bill Bottrell, Teddy Riley, and Bruce Swedien. Jackson wrote twelve of the fourteen songs on the album. Lyrical themes expressed on the album included racism, poverty, romance, the welfare of children and the world and self-improvement, topics Jackson had covered before. The album covers a wide range of genres including hip hop, gospel, rock, soul and pop.