Did you all know that the remix long play "Blood On The Dance Floor - HIStory In The Mix" by Michael Jackson has been the world's best selling remix long play since the year of its release with sales of seven million copies since his death in 2009? At the time when it became the world's best selling remix long play in 1997 it broke the record with sales of four million copies. It is also more properly identified as a hybrid compilation of two previously released remixes, six new remixes, and five new songs. It was released at the same time as the third of four "music home videos" to promote the 1995 hybrid compilation of greatest hits and new songs entitled "HIStory - Past, Present, And Future - BOOK I" called "HIStory: On Film - Volume II" which was available on VHS, divx, vcd, and laser disc. (The first two were 1995's "Video Greatest Hits - HIStory" and 1996's South Korean territory only release entitled, "HIStory - Live At Olympic Stadium, Soul, South Korea". The fourth released later in 1997 was called "Michael Jackson's Ghosts".) There were four songs released from it in various incarnations and remixes as both singles and maxi-singles. Those were the title track, "HIStory", "Ghosts", and the classic "Is It Scary?". Two of the five new songs were implemented in an updated version of the "short promotional film" for the song "2 Bad" from "HIStory - BOOK I" called, "Michael Jackson's Ghosts". Those being the aforementioned "Ghosts" and "Is It Scary". Initially "Michael Jackson's Ghosts" was released in only select theaters in large cities in the U.S. in late 1996 shown as a pre-show to Stephen King's "Thinners" (King was also involved in the writing of the short story "Ghosts" of which the short film derives its theme and plot from.) and only contained the song "2 Bad". It also might have had the "Ghosts Underscore" track and music but I am not sure offhand. While the "short promotional film" for the title track was not included on "HIStory: On Film - Volume II" it did contain a remix "short promotional film" for it which was basically an alternate edit of the original using a Refugee remix. Interestingly enough the world's best selling remix long play at that point in time was by The Refugees. The "short promotional film" for the original version of the track was however released on the 2003 "music home video" (found on the format d.v.d.) companion to the hybrid compilation entitled "The Number Ones" with the same title. The only other place this could be found on a "music home video" was the box set from 2006 entitled "Visionary: The Video Singles" compiled of "dual discs" which were a failed format of discs consisting of a c.d. on one side and d.v.d on the other. The original "short promotional film" used to represent the title track to "Blood On The Dance Floor" was that found on the three d.v.d. set (NOT in a box) in the year 2010 called "Vision" was the same remix version of the Refugee remix released on "HIStory: On Film - Volume II". It also should be noted that Michael had his own remixes done for this long play but was the beginning of Sony actively sabotaging him by forcing him to release their own versions. Also of note there were two other remix long plays before this one released officially by Sony though those were not released worldwide. The first was the very rare "Bad Remixes" released on the c.d. format only to promote and available with the purchase of some sort of Sony product which I think was something concerning professional recording equipment. The second one was on c.d. only from 1993 entitled "Dangerous - The Remixes" which was released only in various parts of Asia and Australia. I believe both of those were entirely compilations of previously released material drawn from singles and maxi-singles. So that would also mean that "Blood On The Dance Floor - HIStory In The Mix" would have been the first remix long play by him consisting of predominantly of new remixes. There has been only one stand alone hybrid compilation of remixes and mash-ups released since his death on Sony and that was the soundtrack to the world tour "Immortal" by Circe Du Sole (however you spell that) (which after two or three years of touring became the eleventh most successful tour of all time by anyone). The other being a limited edition anniversary released called "Bad 25" which contained a number of new remixes within it.