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State of Shock" is a 1984 hit single by The Jacksons featuring frontman Michael Jackson and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
"State of Shock" was the biggest hit from The Jacksons' Victory album, reaching number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 4 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart. The song is written by Jackson and guitarist Randy Hansen.
The final version featured lead vocals by Michael Jackson and Jagger. "State of Shock" was the last top ten hit for The Jacksons, as well as their last single to be certified gold. The song was later revised by Jagger when he performed it with Tina Turner during their legendary 1985 performance at Live Aid.
"Weird Al" Yankovic used the song multiple times. It was featured in "Hooked on Polkas" on his Dare to be Stupid album. Also, "State of Shock"'s style was used for the song "UHF". The song is also performed, with comically cheap special effects, in the mockumentary The Compleat Al.
The song was originally recorded with Freddie Mercury, as Michael and Freddie had been working on several tracks at that time ('81-'83), e.g. the unreleased title track "Victory" for the eponymous album and "There Must Be More to Life Than This" from Mr. Bad Guy.
There's also an Extended Dance Mix (5:41) - also digitally remastered available - with features an acappella passage at the end of the song (when the song reaches its climax).