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Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebr - choose a jigsaw puzzle to solve

Invincible is the final studio album by American singer Michael Jackson. It was released on October 30, 2001, by Epic Records. Similar to Jackson's previous material, Invincible explores themes such as love, romance, isolation, media criticism, and social issues. It was Jackson's sixth studio album released through Epic, and his 10th studio album released before his death in 2009. An extensive and laborious album to make, Jackson started the multi genre production in 1997, and did not finish until eight weeks before the album's October 2001 release. The album peaked at number one in eleven territories worldwide, including the United States (with first-week sales of 363,000 units), the United Kingdom, Australia, France and Switzerland. Invincible charted within the top ten in six other territories. Upon release, the album received mixed reviews from contemporary music critics. Invincible was one of the best-selling of 2001, being ranked at #9 on the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's (IFPI) Top 50 Global Best Selling Albums for 2001. In December 2009, readers of Billboard magazine voted Invincible as the best album of the decade, from their readers poll.