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AC/DC: Let There Be Rock! on DVD

Format: DVD | Age Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over

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Product Description AC/DC - Let There Be Rock is fully remastered and available on DVD for the first time with all 13 song performances, including classics such as Whole Lotta Rosie, High Voltage, Highway To Hell, and the epic anthem Let There Be Rock. Lead guitarist Angus Young takes center stage in his trademark school-boy uniform and captures the audience with his energetic antics and frenetic solos. The film contains interview segments and humorous backstage footage of these hard rock pioneers, especially those last interviews with Scott. This DVD release will be a great opportunity for fans of all ages to relive one of the greatest performances by one of the most decorated rock bands in history. DVD Track Listing• "Live Wire"• "Shot Down In Flames"• "Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be"• "Sin City"• "Wall All Over You"• "Bad Boy Boogie"• "The Jack"• "Highway To Hell"• "Girls Got Rhythm"• "High Voltage"• "Whole Lotta Rosie"• "Rocker"• "Let There Be Rock" Amazon.co.uk Review A legendary concert that’s long been tricky to track down, AC/DC: Let There Be Rock! has finally got a long overdue disc release. And fortunately, it’s been worth the wait. The concert was originally released in 1980, but has remained steadfastly hard to get hold of, leaving fans treasuring their old VHS copies. But no more. Let There Be Rock’s arrival on DVD brings with it 13 songs, live and loud, including some of the band’s finest work. The songs themselves are further interspersed with interviews and backstage material, and it’s been put together extremely well. But, inevitably, it’s the performance itself that makes Let There Be Rock so special. This is the work of a very strong set of musicians, at the very top of their game. The concert, and the depiction of it here, is superb, and it’s a genuine musical treat. There’s an argument that, for the disc release, some tidying-up work on the audio wouldn’t have hurt, but given that it’s so long since Let There Be Rock has been available, it’s only a minor quibble. The key factor here is that an important musical concert has been made properly available at last so that many more generations will be able to enjoy all that Let There Be Rock has to offer. --Jon Foster