In this Nov. 26, 2012, photo provided by the Empire State Building, the top floors of New York's Empire State Building are lit in gold, red, blue and white light after they being switched on by R&B star Alicia Keys. The landmark boasts a new LED lighting system with a palette of more than 16 million colors in limitless combinations, including ripples, sparkles, chasers, sweeps, strobes and bursts. The old lights came in only 10 colors. (AP Photo/Empire State Building, Bryan Smith)

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In this Nov. 26, 2012, photo provided by the Empire State Building, the top floors of New York's Empire State Building are lit in gold, red, blue and white light after they being switched on by R&B star Alicia Keys. The landmark boasts a new LED lighting system with a palette of more than 16 million colors in limitless combinations, including ripples, sparkles, chasers, sweeps, strobes and bursts. The old lights came in only 10 colors. (AP Photo/Empire State Building, Bryan Smith)
In this Nov. 26, 2012, photo provided by the Empire State Building, the top floors of New York's Empire State Building are lit in gold, red, blue and white light after they being switched on by R&B star Alicia Keys. The landmark boasts a new LED lighting system with a palette of more than 16 million colors in limitless combinations, including ripples, sparkles, chasers, sweeps, strobes and bursts. The old lights came in only 10 colors. (AP Photo/Empire State Building, Bryan Smith)
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