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    This July 2, 2009 photo shows Chicago disc jockey Frankie Knuckles. Known as the "Godfather of House Music, he was also a producer, having done work for artists including Michael Jackson and Diana Ross. The Cook County medical examiner said Knuckles died Monday, March 31, 2014, in Chicago. He was 59. (AP Photo/Sun-Times Media, Brian Jackson) MANDATORY CREDIT, MAGS OUT, NO SALES



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    FILE - In this April 20, 2002 file photo, Michael Jackson performs "Dangerous" during the taping of the American Bandstand's 50th anniversary show in Pasadena, Calif. The first posthumous release of Michael Jackson music is on the way. Epic Records and the late pop singer's estate will release "Xscape," an album of material that's been updated by producers including Timbaland, Rodney Jerkins, Stargate, Jerome "Jroc" Harmon and McClain, on May 13. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)


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    FILE - This May 31, 1997 file photo shows U.S. Popstar Michael Jackson performing during his "HIStory Tour Part II" across Germany and Europe at the Weserstadion in Bremen, North Germany. The first posthumous release of Michael Jackson music is on the way. Epic Records and the late pop singer's estate will release "Xscape," an album of material that's been updated by producers including Timbaland, Rodney Jerkins, Stargate, Jerome "Jroc" Harmon and McClain, on May 13. (AP Photo/Joerg Sarbach, File)





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    This undated handout image provided by the National Archives shows Patent #5,255,452, submitted by Michael Jackson for “Method and means for creating anti- gravity illusion,” October 26, 1993. This patent for a shoe which allows the “wearer to lean forwardly beyond his center of gravity” was created by Jackson and two other designers, so he could perform live on stage a signature move that he had previously done with wires in his “Smooth Criminal” music video. Curators at the National Archives have culled their collection in search of some of the great signatures of history. A special exhibit opening Friday includes the personal marks of figures that include Thomas Jefferson, Frank Sinatra, Jackie Robinson, Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein, along with important documents from history. (AP Photo/National Archives)



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