Release Date: Tracklist. Album Rating: 3. It may grow on you I wasn't aware that they changed their name to The Jacksons after a little while. Good review. The Jacksons Triumph 4. Background- 'Triumph' was The Jacksons platinum follow-up to their album, 'Destiny', Lead singer Michael Jackson handled most of the lead vocals himself, and also contributed to the wroting of the albums biggest hits, including 'Lovely One', 'Can You Feel It' and 'Heartbreak Hotel' which was renamed 'This Place Hotel' to avoid confusion with the Elvis song of the same name- Wikipedia.
The Review- 1. Can You Feel It- A perfect opener and probably 'Triumph's most famous hit the tune would later be famously used by Mya and The Temperer in the late 90s. It was also a hugely influential song, its echoes can certainly be heard on recent hits such as Madonnas 'Hung Up' for example. WDAS The Isley Brothers. How to Order. International Shipping.
Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog. View Catalogs Online. Safe Shopping Guarantee. Buy a Gift Certificate. Customer Reviews. Heartbreak Hotel. No, oh I. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. This Place Hotel a. The other singles, including "Lovely One" very nearly "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" reheated and "This Place Hotel" an elaborate six-minute affair, written and arranged by Michael , that could have easily swollen to greater length propelled the album into sales greater than that of Destiny , and it's equally durable and markedly slicker all around.
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Tuesday 3 March Tuesday 31 March Written and composed Michael and produced Album) read more. In the song, the protagonist speaks of a time when ten years ago, he took his girlfriend to a hotel for a romantic night—only to find out that it was designed specifically to break couples up. Thursday 30 April Michael Jackson. Monday 24 February Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file.
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