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Michael Jackson's "A Place With No Name" Video Premieres

(Undated) -- The late Michael Jackson is making a splash on social media with the premiere of a new music video. The video for "A Place With No Name" debuted on Twitter Wednesday night.  The cllip was also broadcast on the Sony jumbo screens in Times Square at the exact moment of its online premiere. Archival footage of Jackson dancing in a desert is used throughout the new clip. "The Telegraph" says the footage is made up of outtakes and behind-the-scenes video that was left over from filming Jackson's 1992 single "In the Closet."  Director Samuel Bayer combined the never-before-seen footage with a new video telling the story of man being lured into the desert by a mysterious woman.

"A Place With No Name" is featured on Jackson's second posthumous album "Xscape," which was released earlier this year.

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