Thriller named greatest video
Michael Jackson's groundbreaking Thriller has been named the greatest video of all time by musicians, almost three decades after it was created.
The creepy film, which sees the late singer transformed into both a werewolf and a zombie, narrowly beat Lady Gaga's raunchy Telephone in the poll.
Another vintage promo - Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, which dates back to 1975 - was third in the vote by musicians' website musicradar.com.
Thriller, made by John Landis, the director of An American Werewolf In London, is credited with turning pop videos into an art form of their own.
The 14-minute film was the most expensive of its day, when it was first shown in 1983, and cost half a million dollars to create.
Gaga's violent Telephone is another epic, weighing in at nine minutes and was created by Jonas Akerlund, who was behind Prodigy's controversial Smack My Bitch Up, which is seventh in the list.
Will Groves, editor-in-chief of MusicRadar, said: "Lady Gaga ran Thriller very close, but it still seems right that the promo that saw the birth of the pop video as a cultural event should hold the top spot - for now."