Queen's video for "I Want to Break Free", which is considered a camp classic in the UK but effectively ended their career in the United States, where it received a negative reaction and was boycotted by MTV.
Queen's video to their classic 1980s song "Radio Ga Ga", which pays homage to Metropolis (1927), features clips from previous Queen videos and introduced the iconic hand-clapping audience participation.
The video for the song features neither Queen nor David Bowie due to touring commitments. Taking the theme of pressure, director David Mallet edited together stock footage of traffic jams, ... See full summary »
By 1979 the AC/DC group had already released several studio albums and conducted frequent and exhausting tours in their support. The reason for the title of the song (followed by the entire... See full summary »
"Back in Black" is a song by AC/DC, appearing as the first track on side two of their 1980 album of the same name. Known for its opening guitar riff, the song was AC/DC's tribute to their ... See full summary »
Guns N' Roses perform in the music video "Sweet Child O' Mine" from the album "Appetite for Destruction" recorded for Geffen Records. The music video features Guns N' Roses rehearsing at ... See full summary »
"We Will Rock You" is a song written by Brian May and recorded by Queen for their 1977 album News of the World. Other than the last 30 seconds containing a guitar solo by May, the song is ... See full summary »
The music video was directed by Steve Barron. In the video, a researcher in a library tries to match a scrap of a picture of a shield to the book from which it was torn out. As he continues... See full summary »
The video which accompanied the single was filmed at London's Brixton Academy on 17 August 1990. The audience members were given free T-shirts with the words 'AC/DC - I was Thunderstruck' ... See full summary »
The video for the song was filmed at a special video shoot with fan club members at the New London Theatre Centre on 6 October 1977 and was directed by Derek Burbridge. An alternate version which starts in monochrome before blasting into color as the drums and guitars kick in was broadcast on Top of the Pops 2 and comprises alternate footage shot on the same day.Written by
Written by lead singer Freddie Mercury, it is one of Queen's most popular songs, and one of rock's most recognizable anthems. See more »
An alternate version which starts in monochrome before blasting into colour as the drums and guitars kick in was broadcast on Top of the Pops 2 and comprises alternate footage shot on the same day. See more »