The video for ABBA's 1976 megahit and global anthem 'Dancing Queen' has hit the memorable milestone of 500 million views on YouTube.
An awe-inspiring time-lapse video shows the week-long set-up that goes into the metal band’s pyrotechnic-filled performances.
The clip promises 12 newly-crafted stories to illustrate the impact that Marley continues to have on our modern-day culture.
The clip opens on a black and white Yuletide scene with the country star sitting at the piano, before he switches to playing guitar amid the Christmas trees.
The clip is a fun modern illustration of the Christmas story, featuring a bewigged Adams.
The graphic-intensive clip features the world-famous vocalist, drummer and songwriter in a series of images overlaid with lyrics.
Banned at the time, the promotional film for the 1985 single has been recreated from the original film rushes and the new audio mix.
The stirring instrumental rendition was captured during the 'Peter Frampton Finale' farewell tour.
The set is due for release on 11 October by Hollywood Records in North America and Mercury Records in the rest of the world.
The track is part of the widely-acclaimed Miles Davis collection 'The Complete Birth of the Cool.'
The new film arrives just ahead of the expanded 50th anniversary editions of 'Abbey Road,' newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and mix engineer Sam Okell.
The film takes viewers behind the scenes on the set of the new imagining of the timeless song from 1971.
The video was co-directed by the band's Cameron Duddy, an MTV Video Music Award winner for his work with Bruno Mars.
The track is described by Rolling Stone as a "loose, party-ready jam that celebrates the camaraderie of the road."
Subtitled “a new film about why the tables are turning again,” it documents the remarkable resurgence of vinyl in recent years.