Treasures of AC/DC
Book with CD or DVD
Table of Contents1. Early years..2. The 1970s..3. Album review: High Voltage..4. Album review: T.N.T..5. Bon Scott..6. Album Review: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap..7. Phil Rudd..8. Album Review: Let There Be Rock..9. Album Review: Powerage..10. Album Review: Highway to Hell..11. The 1980s..12. Album review: Back in Black..13. Brian Johnson..14. Album Review: For Those About to Rock We Salute You..15. Album Review: Flick of the Switch (include box feature on 'Jailbreak')..16. Album Review: Fly on the Wall..17. Malcolm Young..18. Album Review: Blow Up Your Video..19. Album Review: The Razors Edge..20. Angus Young..21. The 1990s..22. Album Review: Ballbreaker..23. The 2000s and on..24. Album Review: Stiff Upper Lip..25. Cliff Williams..26. Album Review: Black Ice..27. Soundtracks and live albums..28. Former members of the band..29. Discography
Format: Book with CD or DVD
Number Of Pages: 64
Published: 1st November 2012
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 28.3 x 24.5 x 3.4
Weight (kg): 1.25
Edition Number: 1
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Experience the most successful hard rock band ever.
Australian band AC/DC are the undisputed kings of hard rock. They have streets named after them in Australia and Spain, they were inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003 and Back in Black is the best-selling album of all time by a band. Their story is a fascinating one that covers the world and spans five decades of the best rock'n'roll!
This book tells the story of the band and all members including the Young brothers and of course the late Bon Scott, and looks at every album the band has released, from 1974's groundbreaking High Voltage to 2008's hugely popular Black Ice. It also covers AC/DC's major tours and moments. All of this is accompanied by superb photography and rare items of removable facsimilie memorabilia.