His musical comeback would have been the late singer’s first record since 2014’s Symphonica.
According to International Business Times Michael had already written songs for the album which he would have dropped in the New Year.
Mukul Chawla QC, for Michael, told the court the singer felt 'shame and horror'.
'The prospect he could have put anyone else in danger is an appalling prospect to him.' The QC asked for him to be spared jail, explaining that the crash happened as Michael struggled to turn his life around after years hooked on prescription medication to deal with his anxiety, depression and insomnia.
He told police he decided to drive between his two London homes in Highgate and Hampstead and forgot he had taken the sedative.
Michael had been warned he could face jail when he admitted driving while unfit through drugs and possessing two cannabis cigarettes at a hearing last month.
Best of all this super deluxe is really well priced at only £34 in the UK at the time of writing.
Less than HALF the price of The Human League set, which is the same 3CD DVD format!!
'You refer in the probation report to that conviction being a wake-up call.A two-CD edition includes the performance, but omits the bonus disc of mixes/rarities (and the DVD of course). This ’25th anniversary’ (it’s actually been 26 years) is also being released on vinyl, too. Listen Without Prejudice, Vol 1 – 3CD DVD super deluxe CD 1 Listen Without Prejudice remastered 1. The singer was sentenced to eight weeks for driving after taking a 'dangerous and unpredictable' cocktail of cannabis and anti-anxiety prescription medication - but may be out of jail in a month. , but despite 11 UK number ones in his career, it never recovered from his 1998 conviction for 'engaging in a lewd act' in a Los Angeles public toilet.A district judge told the 47-year-old he was being locked up because of his failure to tackle his illegal drug habit, despite previous ' wake-up calls' and convictions. 'Despite the resources at your command it does not appear that you took proper steps to deal with what's clearly an addiction to cannabis.' Michael, who has blamed his downfall on his mother's death from cancer in 1997, wept as he was led to the cells. Michael was taken to Pentonville jail, North London - a category B jail housing muggers, sex offenders and drug dealers. He has since had cautions for cannabis and crack cocaine possession and a previous conviction for driving while unfit through drugs.In his latest fall from grace, he smashed into a Snappy Snaps photography shop in Hampstead, North London, in his £80,000 4X4, in the early hours of July 4.