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Jackson's 'Off The Wall' to Be Re-released With Spike Lee Documentary

Michael Jackson is flanked by Singer Bonnie Pointer, left, and his sister Latoya, right, at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles, Jan. 31, 1981. Jackson won two awards for favorite soul album "Off the Wall" and favorite male soul vocalist.

Michael Jackson's estate won't stop `til they get enough.’

The singer's “Off the Wall” album is being reissued alongside a Spike Lee documentary about the hallmark 1979 album.

Jackson's estate and publisher Sony Music are re-releasing the 36-year-old album with a DVD of the film “Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to ‘Off the Wall’” on February 26.

The documentary will premiere January 24 at the Sundance Film Festival and be broadcast February 5 on Showtime.

“Off the Wall" featured the hits “Don't Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” and “Rock with You.”

Katherine, Joe, Marlon and Jackie Jackson are among the family members who were interviewed for the new film.

Jackson's estate has released several albums, reissues and soundtracks since his death in 2009 at age 50.