Elvis Presley will celebrate his birthday from beyond the grave - a new career-spanning album is to be released to mark his 75th year.
The three-CD pack, titled Elvis 75, will contain 75 songs - one for each year since The King was born.
The record will span the entirety of Presley's career, from early hits Hound Dog and Heartbreak Hotel to 2002's JLX remix of his track A Little Less Conversation.
The album will be released in January (10) - four days before Presley's birthday - along with a four-CD release entitled Elvis 75 - Good Rockin' Tonight, which will include 100 songs, an essay, and an 80-page pamphlet featuring rare photos of the star.
Presley died in 1977, aged 42.