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The Jacksons' "This Place Hotel"—from the siblings' Triumph (1980)—contained the singer's first use of sound effects, horror film motifs and vocal trickery to convey a sense of danger to listeners.
The song preceded similar large-scale solo productions, such as "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'", "Thriller" and "Smooth Criminal".
The Jackson 5 was an American music group, formed in 1963 by the Jackson family brothers Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon, Michael and Tito.
The quintet's first singles were recorded at Steeltown Records, a local label in their hometown of Gary, Indiana.
Songs recorded at Steeltown included "You've Changed", "We Don't Have To Be Over 21 (to Fall in Love)" and "Big Boy".
The then Detroit-based company, led by Berry Gordy, housed established recording artists such as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross, as well as a producing-writing team known as "The Corporation".
It was alleged at the time that "Be My Girl" would be the group's latest single, featuring Jermaine on lead vocals.
A song also claimed to have been performed live by The Jackson 5 at a concert in 1972.
Despite the success of the single and their overall success at Motown, four of the Jackson brothers decided to part with the company in 1976, and moved to Epic Records.
The group left behind brother Jermaine and the "5" at the end of their name, as they established themselves as "The Jacksons" with the addition of younger sibling Randy.
Jackson 5 hit singles such as "I Want You Back", "ABC" and "The Love You Save" were written by the Motown team, and aided the five brothers in becoming the first black teen idols.
A notable hit single for the group at this time was "Dancing Machine", a dance song produced by Hal Davis, which also contained elements of the emerging disco sound.
The lights have fused in the murky English hotel where I meet Jackson Browne.