The death of the King of Pop has led to people to search for Michael Jackson albums in order and the complete Michael Jackson discography. See photos, video and find out more about the musical legacy of the music legend who died June 25, 2009 at age 50.
The sudden Michael Jackson death has left us now in awe of the musical genius as reflected by his remarkable achievements.
Here is the complete list of Michael Jackson Albums in order:
Got to Be There (1972)
Music and Me (1973)
Forever, Michael (1975)
Off the Wall (1979)
HIStory (1995) (one disc greatest hits album, one disc new studio album)
Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix (1997)
Thriller 25 (2008) (Deluxe and Super Deluxe Editions)
The Michael Jackson discography spans from 1972 to 2001, his last release of new material. You can see an interactive graphic of the Michael Jackson albums in order of sales as ranked by Billboard here. To see more statistics as well as the Michael Jackson album covers go here.
As is widely known, his 1982 album Thriller was not only his best selling album, certified an astonishing 29 times platinum by the RIAA, but it goes down in music history as the best selling album of all time, with estimated worldwide sales of more than 50 million. The album, produced by Quincy Jones, won eight Grammy Awards in 1983. (Jackson would go on to win a total of 13 Grammy Awards throughout his career.) It produced the hit singles: The Girl Is Mine, Billie Jean, Beat It and Say, Say, Say (featuring Paul McCartney). The album was reissued as Thriller 25 in 2008.
Read more about the best selling albums of the Michael Jackson discographyhere.
A comprehensive list of all music releases including albums and Michael Jackson singles is here.
A review of the Michael Jackson albums in order reveals the creative evolution of this remarkable music legend who, now upon his passing, has left behind the unique and priceless Michael Jackson discography.
See Michael Jackson video and pictures below.