Released in October of 2001, Invincible is the final studio album from Michael Jackson. The album explores themes of love and romance, isolation, media criticism and social issues. The album was an extensive effort and took approximately three years to make.
Guest artists appearing on the album include Santana, Slash, Notorious B.I.G., Brandy, and Teddy Riley.
"Jackson, singing in the third person with a jagged intensity, narrates the story of a couple trapped in an unnamed threatening situation: 'Whatever happens,' they tell each other, 'don't let go of my hand.' The music is Latin-based, a deep brew of Jeremy Lubbock's strings and Carlos Santana's guitar. Jackson and producer Teddy Riley make something really handsome and smart: They allow you to concentrate on the track's momentous rhythms, Santana's passionate interjections and Lubbock's wonderfully arranged symphonic sweeps." - James Hunter, Rolling Stone
• Diamond Celebration Picture Disc
• Double LP
1. Unbreakable (feat. Notorious B.I.G. & Brandy)
4. Break Of Dawn
1. Heaven Can Wait
2. You Rock My World
1. 2000 Watts (backing vocals by Teddy Riley)
2. You Are My Life
3. Privacy (guitar solo by Slash)
4. Don't Walk Away
2. The Lost Children
3. Whatever Happens (feat. Carlos Santana)