Simon Vozick-Levinson
August 12, 2009 AT 06:39 PM EDT

Speculation continues to mount as to whether we’ll ever hear the vast collection of unreleased music that the late Michael Jackson reportedly left behind. In the meantime, fans can look forward to some (more or less) new MJ music sooner than they might think: Universal Motown is preparing to release Michael Jackson: The Remix Suite this fall. Star producers including the Neptunes, Polow Da Don, Stargate, Ryan Leslie, Q-Tip, Salaam Remi, and more are set to rework Jackson’s hits for the album, mostly drawing from his Jackson 5 years. And while the full project won’t be on sale til Oct. 27, many of the remixes will be released digitally in the even nearer future.

Listen to the Neptunes’ recently-leaked take on “Never Can Say Goodbye” below, then let us know: What do you think of this project? Whose remixes are you most looking forward to?

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