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THRILLER piano solo with soundtrack - Antonio Daví

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Thriller è una canzone interpretata dal cantante statunitense Michael Jackson, composta da Rod Temperton, prodotta da Quincy Jones e pubblicata nella maggior parte dei paesi il 12 novembre 1983 e negli Stati Uniti il 23 gennaio del 1984 come settimo e ultimo singolo dell'omonimo album.

La canzone contiene una strofa narrata con lo stile gotico (definita erroneamente "rap"), dall'attore di film horror Vincent Price.

Il singolo è diventato uno dei maggiori successi dell'artista, uno dei sette singoli dall'album omonimo che entrarono consecutivamente nelle prime dieci posizioni della classifica generale di Billboard, raggiungendo la posizione numero 4, ed è stato certificato 6 volte disco di platino dalla RIAA per vendite superiori alle 6 milioni di unità nei soli Stati Uniti.

È inoltre il brano più venduto e scaricato ogni anno nel periodo di Halloween.

La canzone è di genere dance-funk ed è stata scritta e composta da Rod Temperton mentre è prodotta da Quincy Jones. Prima che l'album fosse pubblicato si sarebbe dovuta intitolare Starlight poiché l'album Thriller doveva intitolarsi Starlight o Give Me Starlight. In seguito l'idea fu scartata e sia l'album sia il singolo vennero completamente riscritti. Negli ultimi anni la demo di Starlight è comparsa su internet

"Thriller" is a single by American singer Michael Jackson. It was released as a single by Epic Records on January 23, 1984 as the seventh and final single from Jackson's sixth studio album of the same name. "Thriller" is a mix of disco and funk. The song was produced by Quincy Jones and was written by Rod Temperton who wanted to write a theatrical song to suit Jackson's love of film. The music and lyrics evoke horror films, with sound effects such as thunder, footsteps and wind. It ends with a spoken-word sequence performed by horror actor Vincent Price.

"Thriller" received positive reviews and became the album's seventh top-ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number four. It reached the top of the charts in Belgium, France and Spain as well as the top 10 in many other countries. "Thriller" is certified 7x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In the week of Jackson's death in 2009, it was Jackson's bestselling track in the US, with sales of 167,000 copies on the Billboard Hot Digital Tracks chart.[2] It charted on the Billboard Hot Digital Singles Chart at number two, and remained in the charts' top ten for three consecutive weeks.

"Thriller" won a Grammy Award. It is often cited as a pop culture phenomenon and a Halloween anthem. It appears on several of Jackson's greatest hits albums and has been covered by numerous artists. The "Thriller" music video was directed by John Landis and premiered on MTV on December 2, 1983. In the video, Jackson becomes a zombie and performs a dance routine with a horde of the undead. Many elements of the video have had a lasting impact on popular culture, such as the zombie dance and Jackson's red jacket, and it was the first music video inducted into the National Film Registry. It has been named the greatest video of all time by various publications and readers' polls.

Thriller" was written by English songwriter Rod Temperton, who had previously written for Jackson's 1979 album Off The Wall. Temperton wanted to write something theatrical to suit Jackson's love of film. He improvised with bass and drum patterns until he developed the bassline that runs through the song, then wrote a chord progression that built to a climax.[

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