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Michael Jackson crashes top 10

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The death of Michael Jackson has seen a stack of his hits make their way back into the iTunes chart. The 1987 classic 'Man In The Mirror' has already broken the Top 10 and there are others hot on its tail.

The title track of Michael's 1982 multi-million selling 'Thriller', 'Billie Jean' and 'Beat It' are bubbling under outside the Top 10, while one of his first solo hits, 'Ben' is also in the running for a chart position this weekend. The Jackson 5 favourite 'I Want You Back' is popular among downloaders, alongside 'Earth Song', 'Smooth Criminal' and 'You Are Not Alone'.

The 50-year-old King of Pop died late on Thursday night (June 25) of a suspected heart attack and the world has paid tribute to his talent.

Find out on Sunday from 4pm where your favourite Jacko song will end up in the Big Top 40.

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  1. "i can remember that week...the charts came on,on the radio in the summer holidays.i told my sister to call me every time a michael jackson songcame on.After calling me for a song,i splaced my foot on the doorstep in the back garden to go and play on the computer again.she had to call me back etc.it was madness but amazing madness n i was distraught wen the LEGENDS songs went out of the chart. "

    Posted by MJ No. 1' FAN on Monday, 21 June 2010 17:34

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