Michael Jackson knew how to make an entrance. His 1979 debut solo record "Off The Wall" begins with utter, senseless gibberish. He starts by moaning to some girl about "lotta power" and "Keep On" and "Force" and "Make Me Feel Like". No direction, no complete thought, nonsensical drivel. Go ahead, I will give you a minute to find it on your Ipod, or fumble through your CD's and listen to it. Never mind I will include it below. See! Then he kills this rambling thought with that vocal howl. My God it's like someone just threw me into a window, pummeled me with violent fists, blew holes through my entire body and lit me on fire. I would gladly take the pain when it sounds that stunning. Michael Jackson became legendary the instant that was recorded and all he did was mumble on the telephone.