Forty-eight years after its original release, Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" has finally gone and gotten itself a music video. The classic song, which Rolling Stone named the greatest rock track of all time, has received an interactive video that allows viewers to flip through a television dial while the talking heads of cable news, home shopping and sporting events lip-sync the song. One of the 16 stations features vintage footage of Dylan performing "Rolling Stone" live, while others feature shows like "Pawn Stars" and "'The Price is Right" -- all accessible via the up- and down-arrow keys, which function as a virtual remote control.
Digital-media company Interlude is releasing the "Rolling Stone" video in conjunction with "The Complete Album Collection Volume 1," a 47-disc box set that includes 35 studio albums, six live albums, a two-CD collection made up of non-album singles, and other compilations. Dylan joins Arcade Fire and Queens of the Stone Age as rockers who've released interactive videos this year.