A commercial for SoBe Life Water, which features Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and debuted during the Super Bowl, will be re-aired following the "Thriller" 25th anniversary tribute segment at Sunday's

A commercial for SoBe Life Water, which features Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and debuted during the Super Bowl, will be re-aired following the "Thriller" 25th anniversary tribute segment at Sunday's Grammy Awards. The clip stars model Naomi Campbell and constitutes the first sanctioned license of Jackson's music.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.







Geffen/Ume will re-release Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Street Survivors" as a deluxe edition on March 4. The double-disc collection contains a number of unreleased gems associated with the eight-song original album.

The second disc contains demo and alternate mix versions of "What's Your Name," "That Smell," "You Got That Right" and "I Never Dreamed." The reissued "Street Survivors" also includes five previously unreleased live recordings from August 1977.

Lynyrd Skynyrd's sixth and final album, "Street Survivors" was first released in Oct. 17, 1977, three days before Skynyrd lead singer Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines died in a plane crash.


-- Katie Hasty, N.Y.







Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham is following up his 2006 solo set, "Under the Skin," with "Live at the Bass Performance Hall," due March 25 via Reprise. The CD/DVD package includes 15 tracks gathered from a January 2007 performance at the Ft. Worth, Texas, concert hall and features tracks from "Under the Skin" as well as tracks from Fleetwood Mac's back catalog.

Of the latter, Buckingham tackles songs like "Never Goin Back," "Big Love" and "Go Your Own Way," and is backed by a four-piece band. The DVD also includes 45 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage.

"Under the Skin" was Buckingham's first solo album since 1992's "Out of the Cradle."


-- Katie Hasty, N.Y.