The newly-expanded edition of the K-pop stars Billboard chat-topping album is due out on February 19.
The track is one of three previously unissued songs included on the new edition of the band's multi-platinum debut, 'Shake Your Money Maker', set for release on February 26.
Stanley’s 15-piece ensemble has toured the U.S. and Japan, and now recorded an album of nine classic soul songs and five new original songs.
Available in a variety of formats, the new edition of the band's seminal debut album is out on February 26.
The hotly-anticipated album will be released in the US on February 12.
The new remix and video sees the hit song given a distinctly Christmassy makeover, with the band hosting their own Christmas party.
The late star handpicked collection of 10 cover songs, which he personally selected and sequenced to celebrate artists and songs that inspired him.
The new videos have been beautifully hand drawn and painted by Fantoons Animation Studios.
The dreamy ‘Watching The Planes Go By’ comes ahead of the expansive rarities collection ‘Elton: Jewel Box.’
The new edition of the ground-breaking, gold-selling album will be available on December 18.
‘It just seemed like the world could use a nice holiday song right now.’
Narrated by Public Enemy's Chuck D, the episode features interviews with rappers 2 Chainz and LL Cool J and more.
The new collection gathers up the 10-inch LPs the jazz icon released through Mercury Records and producer Norman Granz’s pre-Verve label Clef Records in the early 1950s.
The 20-song anthology is designed as a companion piece to the best-selling ‘Beastie Boys Book’.
A deluxe reissue celebrates the 20th anniversary of the band’s Platinum-selling sixth album.