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Album: Love Never Felt So Good (David Morales and Eric Kupper Def Mixes) - EP

Artist: Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2014 MJJ Productions, Inc.

Tracklist For Love Never Felt So Good (David Morales and Eric Kupper Def Mixes) - EP By Artist Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake

Title Artist Time
1
Love Never Felt So Good Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake 8:23 USD 1.29
2
Love Never Felt So Good Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake 4:11 USD 1.29
3
Love Never Felt So Good Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake 7:54 USD 1.29
4
Love Never Felt So Good Michael Jackson 6:52 USD 1.29

Reviews For Love Never Felt So Good (David Morales and Eric Kupper Def Mixes) - EP By Artist Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake

  • Not worth it at this time

    1
    By Flattsslattsatts
    I purchased the DM FK classic version 8.23 Minutes...to play while out power walking. It was great. For the past month, I cannot however play it without cellular or wifi. So it's useless to me. 1 star. I thought by completing the purchase of the album, that I might be able to re download the classic version. Research appears to show that there is some copyright problem with this one. The other 2 remixes are slow, dull, repetitive and mainly instrumental. Yet they and the "original" can be played without wifi etc . At one point I was told the classic can't be downloaded at this time as its being worked on. I'm very annoyed at Apple and seriously considering Spotify.
  • Vulchers

    1
    By Writersblock1234
    You “music” producers should be ashamed. Michael would be turning in his grave. You singlehandedly stole his work from his hard drive and slapped a picture on it and called it his. You should be ashamed. But you’re not because you’re money hungry. This isn’t Michael’s work because he’s not here to release it or work on it.
  • Brillant!

    5
    By e cruz
    Because they have been remixing MJ songs since they came out & Mostly every new pop song is usually remixed.It's called making money
  • No

    1
    By NYSTRADS
    Why remix a Michael Jackson song? Really?
  • It’s just alright

    3
    By Karlito-DJ
    David Morales mixes are always too soft, without any climax. And once you hear one, it’s like you heard every single one of his mixes. He is not a bad producer, but he is a monotone producer. This Mixes are alright to listen while you are driving around, but not club bangers at all.
  • Sublime

    5
    By Chinomixes
    The Frankie Knuckles Tribute mix is this summer's best house music.

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