Off the Wall album Cover

Off the Wall is Michael Jackson's first completely solo album. It was co-produced by Quincy Jones, with whom Michael had become friends during the production of The Wiz, and was released in 1979. Recording sessions took place between December 1978 and June 1979 at Allen Zentz Recording, Westlake Recording Studios, and Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles, California. Michael worked with a other writers and performers such as Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder and Rod Temperton. Five singles were released from the album. Jackson wrote three of the songs himself: "Don't Stop til' You Get Enough," "Workin' Day and Night," and "Get on the Floor" (co-written by Louis Johnson). On October 16, 2001, a special edition reissue of Off the Wall was released by Sony Records. Recent reviews by Allmusic and Blender have continued to praise Off the Wall for its appeal in the 21st century. In 2003, the album was ranked number 68 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The National Association of Recording Merchandisers listed it at number 80 of the Definitive 200 Albums of All Time. In 2008, Off the Wall was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

Track ListingEdit

1.Don't Stop til' you get Enough

2.Rock with You

3.Workin' Day and Night

4.Get on The Floor

5.Off the Wall


7.She's Out of My Life (the demo is available on This Is It)

8.I Can't Help It

9.It's The Falling In Love

10.Burn this Disco Out

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