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|none||Michael Jackson||Blood On The Dance Floor (VHS)||Epic, MJJ Productions||none||US||1997|
|none||Michael Jackson||Blood On The Dance Floor (VHS, PAL)||Epic Marketing (UK)||none||UK||1997|
|none||Michael Jackson||Blood On The Dance Floor (Remix Version) (Betacam SP, PAL)||Epic Marketing (UK)||none||UK||1997|
Michael Jackson co-directed "Blood on the Dance Floor" with choreographer Vincent Patterson. In the short film, Michael sings and dances to the song in a crowded club alongside a dancer played by Sybil Azur. The short film made its world premiere on the long-running . program Top of the Pops.
Produced by Teddy Riley & Michael Jackson. Album Blood On The Dance Floor - HIStory In The Mix. Blood on the Dance Floor Lyrics. She got your number, ah She know your game, ah She put you under, ah It's so insane, ah Since you seduced her, ah How does it feel? Ah To know that woman, ah Is out to kill. To escape the world, I've got to enjoy that simple dance And it seemed that everything was on my side (Blood on my side) She seemed sincere like it was love and true romance And now she's out to get me But I just can't take it Just can't break it. Susie got your number and Susie ain’t your friend Look who took you under with seven inches in Blood is on the dance floor, blood is on the knife Susie's got your number and Susie says it's right. She got your number, ah How does it feel?
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A new version of Last. Blood on the Dance Floor (HIStory in the mix). Overview (current section).
Blood on the Dance Floor" is a song by American recording artist Michael Jackson. The song was released as the first single from the remix album Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix. Jackson and Teddy Riley created the track in time for the 1991 release of Dangerous. However, it did not appear on that record and was worked on further for its commercial release in 1997. The song is about a predatory woman by the name of Susie, who seduces Jackson before plotting to stab him with a knife
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Although the new album was unfocused, it had its moments, which may be why Michael Jackson refused to let HIStory die. He remixed eight of its songs for Blood on the Dance Floor: History in the Mix, and then saddled that record with five new songs, which means that he repeated the same mistake by burying the new songs yet again. This time, however, it wasn't such a loss, since all the songs on Blood on the Dance Floor are embarrassingly weak, sounding tired, predictable and, well, bloodless
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