The remainder of disc two is dominated by six videos from 1995's HIStory. While most fans have seen "Scream" (featuring Janet Jackson) and "You Are Not Alone" (featuring Lisa Marie Presley), there are a few forgotten gems from this era. "Stranger In Moscow," a classic song that became an undeserving flop single, is a moody black & white piece with cool slow-motion effects. The video for the ecology-themed "Earth Song" is as epic as the song itself, featuring striking backwards imagery of nature repairing itself.
In a very unfortunate decision, the terrific thirty-nine minute Michael Jackson's Ghosts is represented by a four minute edit. The reduced version serves as a video for the Blood On the Dance Floor (1997) song "Ghosts." The full mini-movie, co-written by Stephen King and directed by Stan Winston, features several songs and tons of impressive visual effects. To my knowledge, the full version has never been officially released on video outside of the United Kingdom. This was a missed opportunity by Sony to finally make it available on a wider basis.
The third disc is considered a bonus. At a mere thirty-five minutes with only seven videos, it's hard to understand why they didn't include more material. This would have been a good place for Captain EO, the aforementioned complete Michael Jackson's Ghosts, or perhaps some interview footage. The seven videos that are included come from different eras. The first three are actually by The Jacksons, including "Can You Feel It." This 1981 ten minute video bridged the gap between simple performance clips and the later elaborate productions.
"Say Say Say," with Paul McCartney, is a fun short featuring Jackson and the ex-Beatle as con men. The sole previously unreleased video in the entire collection, "One More Chance," is a very ho-hum affair. Jackson dances on tables at a nightclub, his back to the camera for the entire four minutes.