The 49-year-old star says the new record - released to mark the 25th anniversary of the LP's original release - will be a "special treat" featuring "a lot of surprise guests".
Speaking in a video message at Saturday's NRJ Music Awards in Cannes, France, (26.01.08), Jackson - who was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement award - said: "There is a lot more to come from Michael Jackson. I'm coming back. And I've got a very special treat for all my fans.
"I have been recording 'Thriller: 25th Anniversary' with a lot of surprise guests'."
'Thriller' is the biggest selling album ever, having sold more than 104 million copies worldwide since its November 1982 release.
It has already been revealed the LP will include a duet with Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am, who will replace Sir Paul McCartney on hit 'The Girl Is Mine'.
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