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I keep getting Emails from people asking me to re-upload the links and music etc. I think people are just getting to those particular pages so are not reading the reason for the dead links.

So I am putting this in place so hopefully people will read it and stop Emailing me about it.

The reason the links are dead is that my account with Media Fire has been closed with all 11,000 files lost. That is why you can not download the things and No I can not re-upload them.

Eventually I will start doing that again when I have found something suitable. In the meantime this blog will be information only blog.

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Friday, 3 July 2009

Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson - Say Say Say

'Say Say Say' is a song by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson. The track was written by the duo, and produced by George Martin Martin for McCartney's fifth solo album, Pipes of Peace (1983).

The song was the pair's second duet, following ' The Girl is Mine' for Jackson's Thriller album (1982). Recorded at the same time as McCartney's Tug of War album, the single became Jackson's seventh top ten hit in a year upon its release in October, 1983.

'Say Say Say' was a number one hit in the US and peaked at number two in the UK. Number one in Canada, Finland, Italy, Norway and Sweden, the single peaked within the top ten of Austria and New Zealand.

The video, filmed in Santa Ynez Valley, California, featured cameo appearances by Linda 'McCartney, and La Toya Jackson. The short film centered around two con artists, 'Mac and Jack', and introduced dialogue and storylines to music videos. Upon its release, the video was considered too violent by the National Coalition on Television Violence.

Click the link below to download the following:
Instrumental Version
Extended Mix
Dub Mix
Remix Version
Single Version
Ode To A Koala Bear - B-Side

Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson - Say Say Say - Video

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