People will have always inappropriately high expectations if you're an artist who has dropped one or two killer albums, never mind several.That was never more present than when Michael Jackson's 2001 album, Invincible, arrived.

To be fair to the haters, it was a comeback of sorts for MJ, whose previous effort, HIStory, dropped six years prior. But one listen to Invincible removed from that very specific space and time reveals another solid record for MJ and his unquestionable influence. "Heartbreaker" is still ahead of the curve.