Alex Chadwick jams though the history of Rock N' Roll by playing 100 famous guitar riffs in one continuous take.
By using a clever stop motion trick, 3,000 pictures taken of an engine rebuild were pieced together to show 11 months worth of work look as though it came together in a matter of minutes, using only the mind of a Jedi master.
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While these albums are more than 20 years old, the sounds remain fresh, and now the physical product is as well with these new colored pressings.
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We don't want to give away the ending, but let's just say this tutorial by YouTube make-up artists Nikkie is much more than just a lesson on shine.