1970

  • 1-2-3 (1970) (Freddie Perren, Fonce Mizell, Deke Richards, Berry Gordy Jr.)
    The Jackson 5
    Early Version of ABC
    (3:12) LEAKED


  • A Fool For You (1958) (Ray Charles)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of Ray Charles' hit single
    • (digitally remastered, 4:33) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • ABC - Alternate Version (1970) (Freddie Perren, Fonce Mizell, Deke Richards, Berry Gordy Jr.)
    The Jackson 5
    (3:22) LEAKED


  • Ask The Lonely (1964) (Ivy Hunter, William Stevenson)
    The Jackson 5
    • (Alternate Mix, 3:52) Various Artists: "Motown Superstars Sing Motown Superstars"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1983)
      features slightly more lyrics and instrumentation
    • (Cut Version, digitally remastered, 3:23) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
    (Uncut Version, 4:04) LEAKED
    Sources:
  • Ave Maria (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Baby It's Love (1970) (???)
    The Jackson 5 & Diana Ross
    EXISTENCE NOT CONFIRMED BUT DOUBTFUL

  • Children's Christmas Song (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Christmas Everyday (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • For The Rest Of My Life (1970) (???)
    The Jackson 5 & Diana Ross
    EXISTENCE NOT CONFIRMED BUT DOUBTFUL

  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • I Want You To Come Home For Christmas (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • If You Want Heaven (19??) (???)
    Michael Jackson
    Outtake of the album GOT TO BE THERE (1970)
    (4:10) LEAKED


  • It's Christmas Time (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Jingle Bells (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Joy To The World (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Lavender Blue (1948) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    Walt Disney Song featured in the movie So Dear To My Heart (1948)
    Outtake of the album ABC (1970)

    (2:50) LEAKED in 2007


  • My Favourite Things (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Purple Snowflakes (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Silent Night (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Silver Bells (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Sunny Boy (1970) (???)
    Alternative title: He's A Sunny Boy
    The Jackson 5
    (3:01) LEAKED in 2007


  • That's What Christmas Means To Me (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Twinkle, Twinkle Little Me (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • We Can Have Fun (1970) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 3:20) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • White Christmas (19??) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    One of fifteen outtakes of the album THE JACKSON 5 CHRISTMAS ALBUM (1970)


  • Who's Been Making Whoopie With My Girlfriend (1970)
    (Freddie Peren, Fonce Mizell, Deke Richards, Berry Gordy Jr.)
    Alternative title: Guess Who's Making Whoopie With Your Girlfriend
    The Jackson 5
    Early Version of Mama's Pearl (1970)
    This version was canceled because the lyrics did not suit to the young boygroup
    (4:21) LEAKED


  • You Ain't Giving Me What I Want (So I'm Taking It All Back) (1970) (???)
    Original title: You're A, B, C's And D's
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 4:20) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)


1971

  • I Can't Get You Off My Mind (1971) (???)
    The Jackson 5


  • Keep Off The Grass (1971) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    (3:06) LEAKED


  • Love Call (1971) (Willie Hutch)
    The Jackson 5
    (2:36) LEAKED in 2007


1972

  • Be My Girl (1972) (???)
    Mistakenly referred to as: Paper Doll
    The Jackson 5
    Performed live in concert from mid-to-late 1972
    Source: Rock & Soul magazine (January 1973 issue)


  • Papa Was A Rollin' Stone (1972) (Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of the hit single by The Temptations


  • When I Come Of Age (?1972?) (Hal Davis, Don Fletcher, Weldon Dean Parkes)
    Michael Jackson
    Song about a boy's wishes and dreams that was specially written for Michael.
    A demo version with an alternative ending and different lyrics is known to exist, too.
    • (Cut Version, 2:41) "Looking Back To Yesterday"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1986)
    • (Cut Version, 2:41) "Michael Jackson - Anthology"
      (Compilation, CD, 1986)
    • (Cut Version, 2:41) "The Best Of Michael Jackson" (Anthology Re-package)
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
    (Uncut Version, 3:03) LEAKED
  • You're The Only One (1972) (Deke Richards, Freddie Perren, Fonce Mizell)
    Alternative title: Are You The One
    The Jackson 5
    This song should appear on the box set SOULSATION (1995) by The Jackson 5/Michael Jackson,
    but it was mistakenly interchanged with Ooh, I'd Love To Be With You (1972) by The Jackson 5
    from their album SKYWRITER (1973).


1973

  • Call On Me (1973) (Fonze Mizell, Larry Mizell)
    Michael Jackson
    • (Overdubbed Version - using new instruments, 3:23)
      "Farewell My Summer Love"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1984)
    • (Overdubbed Version - using new instruments, 3:23)
      "Farewell My Summer Love"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1984)
    • (Original Version, digitally remastered, 3:23)
      "The Best Of Michael Jackson"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995 USA)
  • Can't Get Ready For Losing You (1973) (Willie Hutch)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of Willie Hutch's song on his album FULLY EXPOSED (1973)
    • (digitally remastered, 3:47) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Coming Home (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 3:03) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Daydreamer (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    (_:__) LEAKED in 2007


  • Don't Let It Get You Down (1973) (Keni Lewis)
    Michael Jackson
    • (Overdubbed Version - with new instruments, _:__)
      "Farewell My Summer Love"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1984)
    • (Original Version, digitally remastered, _:__)
      "The Best Of Michael Jackson"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995 USA)
  • Everybody Is A Star (1969) (Sly Stone)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of the hit single by Sly & the Family Stone
    • (Cut Version, digitally remastered, 3:00) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
    (Uncut Version, 3:26) LEAKED

  • Farewell My Summer Love (1973) (Keni Lewis)
    Michael Jackson
    • (Overdubbed Version - with new instruments, 3:42)
      "Farewell My Summer Love"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1984)
    • (Overdubbed Version - with new instruments, 3:42)
      "Farewell My Summer Love"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1984)
    • (Overdubbed Version - with new instruments, digitally remastered, 3:42)
      "The Very Best Of The Jacksons"
      (Compilation, CD, 2004)
  • Girl You're So Together (1973) (Keni Lewis)
    Michael Jackson
    • (Overdubbed Version - with new instruments, _:__)
      "Girl You're So Together"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1984)
    • (Overdubbed Version - with new instruments, _:__)
      "Farewell My Summer Love"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1984)
  • I Hear A Symphony (1965) (Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Edward Holland Jr.)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of the hit single by The Supremes
    • (3:21) Michael Jackson: "Looking Back To Yesterday"
      (Compilation, Vinyl, 1986)
    • (3:21) The Jackson 5: "Love's Gone Bad"
      (7'' Single, Vinyl, 1986 Canada Only)
    • (with different vocal take, digitally remastered, 2:31)
      The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • I Need You (1973) (Jermaine Jackson)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 3:25) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • I'm Glad It Rained (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 4:02) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Jamie (1961) (Edward Holland Jr.)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of Eddie Holland's hit single from his album JAMIE (1962)
    • (digitally remastered, 3:30) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Jungle Sam (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    (1:03) ONLY SNIPPET LEAKED


  • Just A Little Misunderstanding (1962) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of a single by The Contours released in 1966
    • (digitally remastered, 2:40) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Let's Have A Party (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 3:10) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Little Christmas Tree (1973) (George Clinton)
    Michael Jackson
    • (3:36) Various Artists: "A Motown Christmas"
      (Album, Vinyl, 1973 USA / 1976 UK)
    • (3:36) "Little Christmas Tree"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1973 Holland Only)
    • (digitally remastered, 3:36)
      The Jackson 5: "20th Century Masters - The Christmas Collection"
      (Reissue of the Jackson 5 album Christmas Album (1970), CD, 2003)
  • Love Scenes (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 2:39) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • LuLu (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    • (digitally remastered, 2:39) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
  • Miss Lucky Day (1973) (???)
    The Jackson 5
    (0:45) ONLY SNIPPET LEAKED


  • Money Honey (1953) (Jesse Stone)
    The Jackson 5
    Cover Version of the first hit single by Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters,
    later also covered by Elvis Presley
    • (Cut Version, digitally remastered, 2:54) The Jackson 5: "Soulsation - 25th Anniversary Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 1995)
    (Uncut Version, 3:16) LEAKED

  • Twenty-Five Miles (1968) (???)
    Alternative title: 25 Miles
    Michael Jackson
    Cover Version of Edwin Starr's hit single
    • (Overdubbed Version - using new instruments, 3:27)
      "Twenty-Five Miles"
      (Promo-Single, CD, 1987)
    • (Overdubbed Version - using new instruments, 3:27)
      "The Original Soul Of Michael Jackson"
      (Compilation, CD, 1987)
  • Would Ya? Would Ya? (1973) (Freddie Perren, Christine Yarian)
    Alternative title: Wouldja
    The Jackson 5
    (5:44) LEAKED
    Source: United States Copyright Office (registered in January 1973)


1974

  • Buttercup (1974) (Stevie Wonder)
    The Jackson 5
    Scheduled for a final Jackson 5 album that was later canceled
    Releases:
    • (digitally remastered, 3:53) "I Want You Back! - Unreleased Masters"
      (Compilation, CD, 10th November 2009)
    Releases by OTHER ARTISTS:
    • (_:__) Carl Anderson: "Absence Without Love"
      (Album, Vinyl, 1982)
    • (_:__) Carl Anderson: "Buttercup"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1985)
  • By The Time I Get To Phoenix (1965) (Jimmy Webb)
    The Jackson 5
    Song that became a hit by Glen Campbell in 1967 (but first sung by
    Johnny Rivers in 1965). The Jackson 5 performed it regularly as a
    medley along with Danny Boy and Killing Me Softly With His Song
    during their Las Vegas shows in 1974. They also presented this medley
    once on The Tonight Show - hosted by Bill Cosby - in March 1974.
    • (_:__) Glen Campbell: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1967)
    • (_:__) Marty Wilde: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1968)
    • (_:__) Isaac Hayes: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1969)
    • (_:__) Mad Lads: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1969)
    • (_:__) Glen Campbell & Anne Murray: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1971)
  • Danny Boy (1910, 1918) (Frederick Weatherly)
    The Jackson 5
    Celtic folk song that became an Irish anthem. Its lyrics were changed in
    1918 to better fit to male singers. The Jackson 5 performed it regularly as
    a medley along with By The Time I Get To Phoenix and Killing Me Softly
    With His Song
    during their Las Vegas shows in 1974. They also presented
    this medley once on The Tonight Show - hosted by Bill Cosby - in March
    1974. The song has been covered plenty of times (e.g. by Cher, Elvis
    Presley, Johnny Cash, Charlotte Church, Tom Jones, Jackie Wilson).


  • Killing Me Softly With His Song (1971) (Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel)
    The Jackson 5
    Song that became a hit by Roberta Flack in 1973 (but first sung by
    Lori Lieberman in 1971). The Jackson 5 performed it regularly as a
    medley along with By The Time I Get To Phoenix and Danny Boy during
    their Las Vegas shows in 1974. They also presented this medley once
    on The Tonight Show - hosted by Bill Cosby - in March 1974. The song
    is known to have been covered plenty of times.
    • (_:__) Roberta Flack: "Killing Me Softly With His Song"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1973 / 1996 Remix)
    • (_:__) Various Artists: "The Drowning Pool - O.S.T."
      (Album, Vinyl, 1975)
    • (_:__) Al B. Sure!: "In Effect Mode..."
      (Album, CD, 1988)
    • (_:__) The Fugees feat. Lauryn Hill: "Killing Me Softly With His Song"
      (Single, CD, 1996)
  • No News Is Good News (1974) (?Stevie Wonder?)
    The Jackson 5
    Possibly intended for the final Jackson 5 album

  • What's Your Life (1974) (Michael Jackson, Jermaine Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: Michael Jackson's court deposition in Mexico in November 1993


  • You Haven't Done Nothin' (1974) (Stevie Wonder)
    Stevie Wonder
    The Jackson 5 (without Michael Jackson) sing Background Vocals
    • (_:__) Stevie Wonder: "You Haven't Done Nothin'"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1974)
    • (_:__) Stevie Wonder: "Fulfillingness' First Finale"
      (Album, Vinyl, 1974)


1975

  • Kentucky (1975) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: Michael Jackson's court deposition in Mexico in November 1993


  • What A Lonely Way To Go (1975) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Outtake of the album OFF THE WALL (1979)
    Source: Michael Jackson's court deposition in Mexico in November 1993


  • You Ain't Gonna Change Nothin' (1975) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Sources:
    • United States Copyright Office (registered in November 1984)
    • Michael Jackson's court deposition in Mexico in November 1993


1976

  • Goin' To Rio (1976) (Michael Jackson, Carole Bayer Sager)
    Michael Jackson
    Outtake of the album OFF THE WALL (1979)
    Source: Michael Jackson's court deposition in Mexico in November 1993


  • Holiday Inn (1976) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000669984; Date: 1984-11-20)


  • Thank You For Life (1976) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Outtake of the album OFF THE WALL (1979)
    Sources:
    • United States Copyright Office
      (Registration Number: PAu000669983; Date: 1984-11-20)
    • Michael Jackson's court deposition in Chicago on 6th December 1984
    • Michael Jackson's court deposition in Mexico in November 1993


1977

  • Different Kind Of Lady - Alternative Version (1977)
    (Michael Jackson, Tito Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Randy Jackson, Jackie Jackson)
    The Jacksons
    From the Jacksons album GOIN' PLACES (1977)
    This version features different instrumentation:
    no horns, different guitar arrangements, no piano roll
    • (3:36) The Jacksons: "Goin' Places"
      (Album, Picture Vinyl, 19??)
  • Iowa (1977) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    A piece of classical music in the manner of Bach and Beethoven
    Source: Janet Jackson's interview with Q magazine in 1993


  • Jump For Joy - Alternative Version (1977) (Dexter Wansel, C. Briggs)
    The Jacksons
    From the Jacksons album GOIN' PLACES (1977)
    This version features different instrumentation (e.g. different guitar arrangements)
    • (?4:42?) The Jacksons: "Goin' Places"
      (Album, Picture Vinyl, 19??)
  • Ode To Sorrow (1977) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000669981; Date: 1984-11-20)


1978

  • A Brand New Day (1978) (Luther Vandross)
    Various Artists
    Michael Jackson sings Background Vocals
    Soundtrack of the movie The Wiz (1978)
    • (7:49) Various Artists: "The Wiz - O.S.T."
      (Album, Vinyl, 1978 / 1997 digitally remastered)
    • (_:__) Various Artists: "A Brand New Day"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1978 Europe)
  • Be A Lion (1978) (Charlie Smalls)
    Various Artists
    Michael Jackson sings Background Vocals
    Soundtrack of the movie The Wiz (1978)
    • (4:04) Various Artists: "The Wiz - O.S.T."
      (Album, Vinyl, 1978 / 1997 digitally remastered)
  • Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough - Home Demo (1978) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    • (_:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #1, Acetate CD, 2000)
    • (_:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #2, Acetate CD, 2000)
    • (4:48) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release, CD, 2001)
  • Ease On Down The Road (1975) (Charlie Smalls)
    Duet with Diana Ross
    Soundtrack of the movie The Wiz (1978)
    Performed with Follow The Yellow Brick Road and When You Wish Upon A Star as a
    medley on the Kraft Salutes Disneyland's 25th Anniversary Show TV Special in 1980
    • (3:19 and with intro - 3:54) Diana Ross: "Ease On Down The Road"
      (Single, Vinyl, 1978)
    • (3:19 and Version #2 - 1:31 and Version #3 - 1:26)
      Various Artists: "The Wiz - O.S.T."
      (Album, Vinyl, 1978)
    • (digitally remastered, 3:19) "The Ultimate Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 2004)
  • Rock With You - Demo (1978) (Rod Temperton)
    Michael Jackson
    Since early 1980 a slight jazzed-up version replaced the
    original album version on (almost) all subsequent pressings.
    (Note: This info does not refer to the demo listed here!)
    • (_:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #2, Acetate CD, 2000)
  • She's Out Of My Life - Demo (1978) (Tom Bahler)
    Michael Jackson
    Early recording that is accompanied by an acoustic guitar only.
    • (digitally remastered, 3:19) "This Is It" *POSTHUMOUS release*
      (Compilation, CD, 26th October 2009)
    • (digitally remastered, 3:19) "This Is It - E.P." *POSTHUMOUS release*
      (Extended Play - Single, digital (iTunes only), 26th October 2009)
  • Sunset Driver (1978) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Outtake of the album OFF THE WALL (1979)
    Note: The booklet of THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION (2004) mistakenly
    states the year the song was written in as 1982 which is false!
    • (digitally remastered, _:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #1, Acetate CD, 2000)
    • (digitally remastered, 4:03) "The Ultimate Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 2004)
  • Susie (1978) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000669982; Date: 1984-11-20)


  • That Girl (1978-1980)
    (Michael Jackson, Steven Randall "Randy" Jackson, Toriano Adaryll
    "Tito" Jackson, Sigmund Esco "Jackie" Jackson, Marlon David Jackson)
    The Jacksons
    Supposedly considered for the albums DESTINY (1978) and TRIUMPH (1980) by The Jacksons

  • We Are The Ones (1978) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000681696; Date: 1984-11-16)


  • Workin' Day And Night - Home Demo (1978) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    • (_:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #2, Acetate CD, 2000)
    • (4:19) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release, CD, 2001)
  • You Can't Win (Part I) (1978) (Charlie Smalls)
    Michael Jackson
    Soundtrack of the movie The Wiz (1978)
    • (_:__) Various Artists: "The Wiz - O.S.T."
      (Album, Vinyl, 1978)
    • (3:13) "You Can't Win"
      (Single, Vinyl, USA 1979)
    • (digitally remastered, _:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #1, Acetate CD, 2000)
    • (together with Part II, digitally remastered, 7:18) "The Ultimate Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 2004)
  • You Can't Win (Part II) (1978) (Charlie Smalls)
    Michael Jackson
    Not to be confused with Can't Get Outta The Rain (1982), a similar track
    which has originated from this track but features slightly changed vocals.
    In this track (just as in You Can't Win (Part I)) Michael is singing "Can't Get Outta The Game",
    whereas in the 1982 alteration he's singing "Can't Get Outta The Rain" instead.
    • (_:__) Various Artists: "The Wiz - O.S.T."
      (Album, Vinyl, 1978)
    • (_:__) "You Can't Win"
      (Single, Vinyl, USA 1979)
    • (digitally remastered, _:__) "Off The Wall - Special Edition"
      (Album Re-release Test Pressing #1, Acetate CD, 2000)
    • (together with Part I, digitally remastered, 7:18) "The Ultimate Collection"
      (Compilation, CD, 2004)


1979

  • UNKNOWN TITLE (1979) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    One of five hand-written lyrics from 1979 that have been purchased by Universal
    Express and some of its entertainment partners in November 2006. The others are:
    A Baby Smiles, Be Not Always, In The Life Of Chico, Little Susie


  • Got To Find A Way Somehow (1979) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000681699; Date: 1984-11-16)


  • In The Life Of Chico (1979) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    One of five hand-written lyrics from 1979 that have been purchased by Universal
    Express and some of its entertainment partners in November 2006. The others are:
    UNKNOWN TITLE (1979), A Baby Smiles, Be Not Always, Little Susie


  • Under Your Skin (1979) (Michael Jackson)
    Michael Jackson
    Source: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000668589; Date: 1984-11-16)


  • Who's Right, Who's Wrong (1979) (Kenny Loggins, Michael Jackson)
    Kenny Loggins
    Michael Jackson sings Background Vocals
    • (5:40) Kenny Loggins: "Keep The Fire"
      (Album, Vinyl, 1979)
  • You Told Me Your Lovin' (1979) (Michael Jackson // Steven Randall "Randy" Jackson)
    Michael Jackson // Randy Jackson
    Source for Michael's version: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000668513; Date: 1984-11-16)

    Another version done by brother Randy does also exist
    Source for Randy's version: United States Copyright Office
    (Registration Number: PAu000131973; Date: 1979-08-23)