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Michael Jackson's narrated version

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Michael Jackson's narrated version   Monday, September 8, 2003 (7:54 a.m.) 

I've just acquired this recording from a car boot sale with inlay booklet and box. I never knew of this version and wondered if it is a rare recording or indeed common. Although i find Michael Jackson a little too saccharine for personal taste, just wondered if i ought to keep hold of it for values sake. Anybody know?

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Re: Michael Jackson's narrated version   Saturday, September 27, 2003 (10:08 a.m.) 

> I've just acquired this recording from a car boot sale with inlay booklet
> and box. I never knew of this version and wondered if it is a rare
> recording or indeed common. Although i find Michael Jackson a little too
> saccharine for personal taste, just wondered if i ought to keep hold of it
> for values sake. Anybody know?

Michael Jackson is cool

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Re: Michael Jackson's narrated version   Sunday, October 26, 2003 (1:06 p.m.) 

> I've just acquired this recording from a car boot sale with inlay booklet
> and box. I never knew of this version and wondered if it is a rare
> recording or indeed common. Although i find Michael Jackson a little too
> saccharine for personal taste, just wondered if i ought to keep hold of it
> for values sake. Anybody know?

I'm a big MJ fan....I don't know about now but 15 years ago I remember reading in a book that the album was rare and a collectors item...It was worth
$250 U.S. back then because I lucked out by finding one in the basement of some store for $15 canadian. I held onto mine although the box corners are a little worse for ware..just in case.

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Re: Michael Jackson's narrated version   Sunday, May 23, 2004 (12:37 p.m.) 

> I've just acquired this recording from a car boot sale with inlay booklet
> and box. I never knew of this version and wondered if it is a rare
> recording or indeed common. Although i find Michael Jackson a little too
> saccharine for personal taste, just wondered if i ought to keep hold of it
> for values sake. Anybody know?
I Read in an article years ago that the Michael Jackson ET Narrative is a collector's item mainly because it was taken off the market due to disagreements having to do with contractual terms...And i believed I read that it's worth was more than 250.....

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