AC/Dc Live for Christmas

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  1. Corey-Reid

    Corey-Reid Stunt Coordinator

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    My daughter got me AC/DC live in Dinington(think that is where it was) taped in 1991 at the monsters of rock or somethng.

    2 solid hours of kcik you in the ribs AC/DC, simply awesome. I will have toplay with some settings, but as of now, i prefer the 2 chnnel vs 5.1.

    This disc illustrates the differences between real bands and todays buggle gum garbage. I can listen to this entire disc and it sounds very close to the original versions of songs from the original cd(or in many cases, vinyl.

    If you like ac/dc, you need to get this.
     
  2. Matt Butler

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    I have Donington and also Stiff Upper Lip live. Both are great shows on DVD.

    But nothing compares to seeing AC/DC live in person. 10th row floor seats baby! Unforgettable [​IMG]
     
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    I wish they would release Let There Be Rock.
     
  4. Paul Boyle

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    Yes please!
    AC/DC without Bon Scott is like Queen without Freddie IMHO
    Brian Robertson's voice on all the live AC/DC DVDS is, to be polite, dire ...
    I saw them at Hammersmith Odeon (London) before Bon Scott's sad demise - they were awesome!
    Paul [​IMG]
     
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    Funny you should mention that as I just read that Queen was going to tour with Paul Rogers stepping in for Freddie...

    While I like Paul Rogers, I'm not sure anyone could fill in for Freddie.

    Tim
     
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    There's a really good box set called Bonfire out now which has the music from Let There Be Rock on it, as well as live recordings from the studio and a bunch of alternate tracks and a couple of demos....And a remastered Back in Black.

    My son got this for me for Christmas and it's fantastic if you're an AC/DC fan.
     

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