The estate of Michael Jackson will release two huge new compilations via iTunes, including full albums, remixes, demos and live performances.
As many as 270 tracks will be available in the two packages, according to NME.
The Indispensable Collection, priced at around £45, contains all of Jackson’s solo albums, which have been mastered for iTunes as well as the 16-track 1988 Live At Wembley collection.
The second, The Ultimate Fan Extras Collection, priced at around £52, has 162 tracks from previously released Jackson reissues.
Demos and remixes, including French and Spanish versions of I Just Can’t Stop Loving You and Afrojack remixes of Bad, will also be present.
The latter collection also includes five different versions of Black Or White, Remember The Time and One More Chance, as well as the Immortal soundtrack album and other rarities, including live performances with the Jacksons.
Jackson’s mother Katherine is currently suing tour promoter AEG Live.
She accuses the company of negligently hiring Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter for giving the singer the drug that killed him.
Murray was found guilty in 2011 of administering the anesthetic propofol to Jackson to help him with chronic insomnia, as he rehearsed for the planned This Is It comeback tour.