Ten years ago today marks the release of Michael’s tenth, and final, studio album from Michael, Invincible. Blogs and fans all around are celebrating this tenth anniversary by purchasing the album. This act is apart of an ongoing campaign to make Invincible top the charts like never before in honor of Michael in showing strength and support during the trial, out doing the original sales for this album, and for support of this day.
Some Facts About Invincible Worth Knowing
Invincible peaked number 1 in 11 territories worldwide, including the U.S., U.k., Australia, France, and Switzerland.
Despite selling 13 million copies worldwide, Invincible was seen as a commercial flop.
Invincible was Michael’s fifth number one album in the Billboard 200, his fourth to chart at number one in its debut week as a solo artist.
Invincible also charted number one on Billboard’s Hip-Hop/R&B Chart for four weeks.
Eight weeks after its debut, in December 2001, Invincible was certified gold by the RIAA ( Recording Industry Association of America) for sales upwards five hundred thousand units.
In the same month, Invincible was certified double platinum for sales upwards of two million units.
The album Invincible is dedicated to Benjamin “Benny” Hermansen who was stabbed to death by a group of neo-nazis in Oslo, Norway in 2001.
‘You Rock My World’, ‘Cry’, and ‘Butterflies’ were three singles released from the album.
Michael planned to release ‘Unbreakable’ as the first single, instead of ‘You Rock My Wold’.
‘Butterflies’ was originally written by Marsia Ambrosius and Floetry.